Iggy Pop Reminisces About His Favorite David Bowie Songs On BBC Radio 6

Iggy Pop dedicated the latest episode of his BBC Radio 6 show Iggy Confidential to his late friend and collaborator David Bowie, spinning two hours of his favorite Bowie songs and reminiscing about their times together. “The way I chose them was from memory,” he explains of his track selections. “I kind of took out a piece of paper and pen and I just closed my eyes and I remembered what I liked at the time, but I tried to avoid very, very well known songs or the hits.” He also tells stories about eating hamburgers with Bowie and Frank Zappa, visiting Bowie during his Saturday Night Live performance, and more. Listen to the whole thing here, and check out the playlist below.

“Boys Keep Swinging”
“Art Decade”
“John, I’m Only Dancing (Sax Version)”
“Black Country Rock”
“Station To Station”
“What In The World”
“Wild Is The Wind”
“The Prettiest Star (Single Version)”
“Moss Garden”
“Panic In Detroit”
“Dirty Boys”
“Moonage Daydream”
“Sound And Vision”
“Under Pressure”
“Diamond Dogs”
“Criminal World”
“Where Are We Now?”
“I Can’t Give Everything Away”
“Stay (US Single Edit)”
“TVC 15″
“Young Americans (Single Version)”
“Golden Years (Single Version)”
“Aladdin Sane”
“Dollar Days”
“Warszawa”