Good categorization means everything has one place and only one. I could break this out into musical instruments and historical events and a few other things. Instead, at this point I am content with Others. So ends the series on Sailor’s Journals.Read More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 9: Others
Some of these people who I couldn’t figure out where to place likely belong elsewhere; suggestions welcomed.Read More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 8: People
Sailor’s Journals may seem voluminous from this series of posts. It is not. If you read it straight through it might take 3 hours. So say 6 to write. Six hours of journaling in the 69 years of such a complex man as Bowie simply is not much at all. Like a single cell in […]Read More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 7: Performances. And a Caveat.
Actors, Directors, Films, Plays, Videos, TelevisionRead More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 6: Film & Actors
Galleries, museums, cemeteries, cities, nations, even a zoo: places in Sailor’s Journals. For the most part, Bowie lived in New York City for the years covered by Sailor’s Journals. Unless Bowie is discussing a specific observation about New York, it isn’t indexed.Read More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 4: Places
More like a half a droplet in the seas than the tip of the proverbial iceberg, here we have the few authors and works mentioned in the brief Sailor’s Journals. There aren’t quite as many authors and books in Sailor’s Journals as you might expect. On the erstwhile bowienet there was a section entirely devoted to […]Read More Sailor’s Journal Indexed, Part 3: Writers and Publications
I am deeply grateful to Noel Barretto for his help in improving this. See comments. In the early days of bowienet, when he chatted with fans using the screen name Sailor, David Bowie posted fairly regularly on a page he called Sailor’s Journals. These entries were for the most part not personal reflections but rather […]Read More Sailor’s Journals Indexed, Part 1: 200 Musicians