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  1. Cabaret is a 1966 musical with music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Joe Masteroff.The musical was based on John Van Druten's 1951 play I Am a Camera which was adapted from Goodbye to Berlin (1939), a semi-autobiographical novel by Anglo-American writer Christopher Isherwood which drew upon his experiences in the poverty-stricken Weimar Republic and his intimate friendship with ...

  2. (bkz: locus of control) insanlar yaşadıkları iyi ya da kötü olaylara getirdikleri açıklamalar bakımından temelde iki uç arasında yer almaktadır. bu uçlardan birinde, başlarına gelen olayların nedenlerini kader, şans gibi dışsal etmenlerde arayan insanlar; diğerinde ise yaşadıklarının sorumluluğunun kendisinde olduğuna inanan insanlar bulunmaktadır . başlarına gelen ...

  3. The Village Voice critic Robert Christgau considered the album and its predecessor David Bowie to be "overwrought excursions". Mike Saunders from Who Put the Bomp magazine included The Man Who Sold the World in his ballot of 1971's top 10 albums for the first annual Pazz & Jop poll of American critics, published in The Village Voice in February 1972.

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    Pre-World War II Soho in London offered café society, cabaret, burlesque jazz, and bohemian clubs similar to those in New York, Paris, and Berlin.Nightclubs were tied very much to the idea of "high society", via famous organisations such as the Kit Kat Club (which took its name from the political Kit-Cat Club in Pall Mall, London) and the Café de Paris.

  5. Another live version from the Hours Tour was released in 2021 on David Bowie At The Kit Kat Klub (Live New York 99) as part of Brilliant Live Adventures. Bowie performed the song again at Howard Stern's forty-fourth birthday concert in 1998.

  6. Gail Ann Dorsey (born November 20, 1962) is an American musician. With a long career as a session musician mainly on bass guitar, she is perhaps best known for her lengthy residency in David Bowie's band, from 1995 to Bowie's death in 2016.

  7. The review of Bowie's first show in New York was mostly negative, calling the show "spectacular", but adding that "overkill reigns" and lamenting "a dizzying overload of visual activity." [27] A review in the Christian Science Monitor was mostly positive, highlighting the dazzling visuals and complaining that the dancing was only occasionally inspired. [10]