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Numerology information Nazz:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Nazz:
as used by David Bowie on Ziggy Stardust, nazz means the hippest, most magnetic of beings. He clearly lifted this term (and many other phrases) from the 50's--60's beat poetry of Richard "Lord" Buckley whose poem The Nazz is a jive iteration about Jesus of Nazareth.
Buckley says in his poem, "Now, The Nazz was the kind of a cat that come on so cool and so grooovey and so with-it..."
A term which shot to stardom due to David Bowie's hit track Ziggy Stardust. If something is 'the nazz', it is quite favourable.
"He was the nazz!" "Man, this shit is the nazz!" "Daz=Nazz"
word used to call something thats cool
that car is so nazz
A very sexy man, completely devoid of crassness
Songs about Nazz:
The Nazz Are Blue by The Yardbirds from the Album Roger The Engineer
The Nazz Are Blue by The Yardbirds from the Album Roger The Engineer / Over Under Sideways Down
The Nazz Are Blue by The Yardbirds from the Album Birdland
The Nazz by Lord Buckley from the Album So You Thought Hip Was New Feb.12,1959 the Ivar Concert Lord Buckley
The Nazz by Lord Buckley from the Album Jet Ride
Baby Godzilla - Nazz by Spectra Records Haunted Halloween from the Album Pat Horgan Presents...Spectra Records Haunted Halloween
Briefe (feat Nazz) by Gerard MC from the Album Rising Sun
Books about Nazz:
The Nazz, Book 1 of 4 by Tom Veitch (1990)
The Nazz Are Blue by Jeff Beck and Yardbirds (Apr 25, 2013)
THE NAZZ Book #4 of 4 by Tom and Bryan Talbot Veitch (1991)
The Nazz #2 of 4 by Tom Veitch (1990)
The Nazz (Book 3 of 4) (1990)
The Nazz #4: A Tale of the Superhuman by Tom Veitch and Bryan Talbot (1991)
Nazz,The #3 by Mature Readers (Jun 1, 2000)
Wiki information Nazz:
Nazz was an American psychedelic and garage rock band from the 1960s. The band was formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1967 by Todd Rundgren and Carson Van Osten. Thom Mooney, and Robert "Stewkey" Antoni joined before their first concert,...
Nazz is the self-titled debut album by psychedelic rock group Nazz. Released in 1968, the album heavily influenced glam rock and power pop artists such as David Bowie and Big Star. The track "Open My Eyes" has been said to be the inspiration behind...