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That Time David Bowie Performed With Cher And Other Space Oddities From His Incredible Career

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It’s nearly impossible to compile a required viewing list of the late, great David Bowie’s incredible 40+ year career in music.

So we won’t try.

What we will offer is a list of performances that aren’t widely known. Have you seen his gender-bending rendition of “TCV-15” with Klaus Nomi and Joey Arais at his side?

Because it’s pretty awesome:

Or how about this absurd and amazing “Young Americans” duet he performed with Cher?

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By no means comprehensive, here are some other interesting collaborations and footnotes to Bowie rocking the house down:

David Bowie and Massive Attack — “Nature Boy”:

Bowie and Annie Lenox perform “Under Pressure” at the Freddie Mercury tribute concert in 1992:

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David Bowie & Marianne Faithfull – I’ve Got You Babe (Live at Marquee Club 1973)

“Starman” live on the BBC, 1972 — just too fabulous for words:

First TV apperance — “Space Oddity,” 1970:

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David Bowie with Pink FLoyd — “Comfortably Numb,” 2006:

And to leave on a funny note, Bowie’s appearance on the Ricky Gervais show Extras:

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