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David Bowie: David Live (RCA)

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, January 1975

ERIK IMPORTS proudly presents David Blow-Up onstage doing the martian hop in Philadelphia, dazzling in ghostly radiance in his new blue suit and shedding his ...

David Bowie: Diamond Dogs

Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, July 1974

RUFF-RUFF-BOW-BOW: Bowie's bewitched, bothered, bewildered and back to play – 25 eastern cities in an intense five week tour concluding mid-July with his single biggest ...

David Bowie: Lodger (RCA)

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, May 1979

ANOTHER THESIS would be the straw that broke the camel's back. Now there's a line that could easily have been snipped from one of David ...

David Bowie: Sound + Vision

Review by Deborah Frost, Newsday, November 1989

Golden Years ...

David Bowie: The Story of 'Young Americans'

Retrospective by Johnny Black, Blender, January 2004

"'YOUNG AMERICANS' wouldn't have happened without Bowie's cocaine addiction," asserted Duran Duran's John Taylor in a recent interview. ...

David Bowie: The Rise and Rise of David Bowie

Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Beat Instrumental, August 1972

Ch-ch-ch-ch-ChangesCh-ch-ch-ch-ChangesLook out you Rock 'n Rollers.(Changes). ...

David Bowie, Roxy Music: David Bowie, Roxy Music: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, August 1972

GOING TO THE Rainbow these days is definitely an outing, an excursion, something of a treat. Unfamiliarity breeds respect, and though the cheerful hippies who ...

David Bowie: David Live

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, October 1974

IS THERE life on Uranus? Dunno. Things were pretty quiet last time I looked. On the other hand, Tony Defries' little redhead has a new ...

David Bowie: The Next Day

Review by Kieron Tyler, Arts Desk, The, February 2013

The return of the Thin White Duke after a ten year silence does not disappoint ...

David Bowie: Changing Man: David Bowie: MEN Arena, Manchester

Live Review by Rob Hughes, Uncut, February 2004

So much to answer for… the Bard Of Bromley's back in fine forward-looking fettle with a scintillating combination of the old and the new ...

David Bowie: A Reality Tour

Review by Mike Diver, bbc.co.uk, January 2010

"DAVID BOWIE'S greatest hits live!" reads the sticker on the attractive packaging of this newly released (but recorded back in 2003) two-CD set. ...

David Bowie: Who Will I Be Now?

Report by Ron Ross, Circus Raves, February 1975

TWO YOUNG black men with Afros and Yes T-shirts gazed at the art-deco murals and shrugged their shoulders. As they awaited the debut of David ...

David Bowie: Ground Control To Davy Jones

Interview by Cameron Crowe, Rolling Stone, February 1976

CORINNE SCHWAB is probably the last holdover from David Bowie's glitter glam phase – the days of Ziggy Stardust, Moonage Daydream, gaudy costumes, hulking bodyguards, ...

David Bowie, Morrissey: Tony Visconti: Bolan, Bowie, Morrissey And Me

Interview by Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph, March 2006

"WHAT A LOT of people don't realise about Morrissey," says the producer of his new album, Tony Visconti, "is that he has a sense of ...

David Bowie: Drum 'N' Bass Oddity

Interview by Stephen Dalton, NME, February 1997

Forget the '80s. Forget Let's Dance and Tin Machine. Forget the mullets. 'Cos DAVID BOWIE'S discovered jungle and he's back with a vengeance. STEPHEN DALTON ...

David Bowie: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, Baltimore Sun, October 1972

One more freak show ...

David Bowie: Heathen (Columbia)

Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, July 2002

HIGH INFIDELITY ...

David Bowie : Young Americans

Review by Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, March 1975

WHERE have all poppa's heroes gone? Living in New York, every one. A hard city by reputation, but presumably it has its compensations for someone ...

David Bowie: Pin-Ups

Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, October 1973

THE GOLDEN AGE Of Rock is almost universally assumed to have been in full swing between about 1954 and 1959, following which, according to every ...

David Bowie: The Next Day

Review by Chris Roberts, Quietus, The, February 2013

Chris Roberts is inspired out of his clothes and on to the dancefloor by David Bowie's glorious return. ...


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