David is 68 and counting and still making new, relevant music – very inspirational.
For his new record he scouted the New York scene and then hired an experienced hard-jazz improv group to act as his foil. He brought them his demos and ideas, learned to work with them in the studio, then had his long-time producer Tony Visconti set up and record nearly the entire album in the 1st or 2nd take, all in the same room, with minimal overdubs.
The resulting album is called Blackstar and the sound is new, expansive, and fresh. Bowie growing as an artist, still!?!
The only trick under the sun that constantly works is letting good musicians work together to sell the song. No technology can help that.
Here’s the first single from the album: Lazarus.