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Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, July 1973
T. Rex: TanxDavid Bowie: Aladdin SaneRoxy Music: For Your Pleasure ...
Report and Interview by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, February 1978
Michael Watts reports from the German film set where David Bowie is making Just A Gigolo ...
Review and Interview by Richard Cromelin, Circus, March 1976
DAVID BOWIE, never one to maintain continuity in his work or in his life, has become more elusive than ever in the past year. ...
Review by Jeff Slate, Examiner.com, 26 January 2010
WHERE'S DAVID BOWIE when you need him? For over thirty years you could count on the quirky chameleon for an album or tour or movie ...
Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc, 28 September 1974
THIS IS a story of Marc Bolan and David Bowie – compared and contrasted. Bolan, the complete professional, who lost out through believing himself above ...
Essay by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, October 1998
'I ran across a monster who was sleeping by a tree. And I looked and frowned and the monster was me'(David Bowie, 'The Width Of ...
Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, 26 May 1973
"I'M AGELESS," said David Bowie in a recent interview – and these 21 tracks from the very earliest days of his career point up the ...
Live Review by David Sinclair, Times, The, 18 November 2003
David Bowie: MEN Arena, Manchester ...
Review by Danny Holloway, NME, 29 January 1972
Bowie at his brilliant best ...
Essay by Ian MacDonald, NME, 17 March 1973
IN THE NINE months since he broke through to mass recognition, David Bowie has had more written about him than most rock artists will in ...
Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 24 February 1973
ALRIGHT, SO you're a rock singer out of Beckenham, Kent called David Bowie and you're hotter than a stolen atom bomb packed with pictures of ...
Interview by Steven P. Wheeler, Music Connection, September 1995
IF EVER there was a rock star who epitomized the life of a musical chameleon, it would be David Bowie not only in his ...
Interview by uncredited writer, Rock's Backpages Audio, 11 December 1972
A press conference, held at RCA's New York studios, in which Bowie is asked about hair dye; his style; influences; US audiences; Ziggy Stardust; producing Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and Mott the Hoople; his impressions of America; the future of rock; homosexuality; violence in rock... and his relationship with Marc Bolan.
File format: mp3; file size: 47.7mb, interview length: 49' 42" sound quality: ** (some inaudible questions)
Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 20 September 1980
LEARNING to live with somebody's depression: the man in the clown suit stops running, finds self in back-against-wall situation, attempts to deal with same. Scary ...
Essay by Larry Jaffee, Women Across Frontiers, 29 February 2016
DAVID BOWIE embodied the fictional character of Ziggy Stardust for only about 18 months circa 1972-1973. Yet it's usually an image of that garishly made ...
Retrospective and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Globe, The, 20 January 1993
WE WERE AT Turner Fisheries – Angela Bowie, David Bowie's famous ex, and I. I nursed two drinks. She ate half a seafood dinner, sent ...
Review by Ira Robbins, Addicted To Noise, 1995
Had it not been for the stiff on line in front of me at the microphone in Avery Fisher Hall at September's CMJ convention in ...
Review by John Mendelsohn, Phonograph Record, April 1975
IN VIEW OF the fact that, in his first major American interview, Bowie assured us, "If I'm mediocre I'll get out of the business: there's ...
Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, 6 January 1972
DAVID BOWIE, the swinging/mod Garbo, male femme fatale, confidante to and darling of the avant-garde on both sides of the Atlantic, and shameless outrage, is ...
Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 11 May 1974
A NEW album release by David Bowie is today looked on with as much awe as a release by the Beatles in the sixties. Later ...
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