David Bowie: Time For Another Ch-ch-change
Richard Cromelin, Rolling Stone, 10 October 1974
LOS ANGELES David Bowie hadn't slept for 36 hours. He'd just gone through his rigorous show at the Universal Amphitheater for the fourth night in a row (three to go), and he'd returned to the hotel to find a battle-scarred Iggy Pop asleep in his bed. Now he lithely paced the living room and exuded the animal grace he sang of on Ziggy as he launched off on a speed-jive recital of a freaked-out moon-age daydream.
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