Anybody else love this 2003 album? I have spent the last week exploring it. How delicious it is! Call out for Bring Me the Disco King (in which Bowie sounds almost like Nina Simone); Pablo Picasso, that I vastly prefer to John Cale's recording. Bowie's arrangement is stunning, album version includes a Spanish guitar sound that suits the namesake brilliantly. Spotify says John Cale wrote Pablo Picasso, when you look up Cale's 1996 recording. But on Bowie's the songwriting credit goes to Jonathan Richman. (Producing credited to Bowie and Tony Visconti. Their production is sumptuous.) --Looks like Pablo Picasso was indeed written by Jonathan Richman; recorded in 1972 by The Modern Lovers, and ultimately released in 1976, as produced by John Cale. Shape-shifting David Bowie as jazz man, crooner, sophisticate, and of course, musician. He even revisits Rebel Rebel and has more to say musically in that song too. Then Queen of All the Tarts (overture) is also a treat. (Stop me from listing every song!) Remarkably good album, don't you think? Though I couldn't find the Spanish guitar version I heard on the album on Spotify, I did find this youtube to rock your Saturday.