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All Songs +1: How David Bowie's Songs Became The Musical 'Lazarus'

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Win Butler (with red megaphone) and Regine Chassagne (lower left, with keytar) of Arcade Fire lead a parade through New Orleans' French Quarter with members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band in honor of David Bowie. Erika Goldring for NPR hide caption

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When we asked you for memories of David Bowie songs, many happened to appear on the crucial Changesonebowie compilation, which sits in the NPR library. Niki Walker/NPR hide caption

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Rose on 'Rebel, Rebel'

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A Guitarist Remembers: David Bowie Just Wanted A Good Laugh

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