2349 articles found. Page 7 of 118. | Advanced Search
Book Review by Keith Cameron, Guardian, The, September 1999
WHILE MOST BOWIE biographies (notably Alias David Bowie, Peter & Leni Gillman's 1986 exposé of family mental illness and the Bowie "myth") are as welcome ...
Interview by Simon Witter, Rock's Backpages Audio, October 1995
The Great Dame talks at length about art, role playing, Eno, successes and failures, and his place in the greater scheme of things.
File format: mp3; file size: 56.9mb, interview length: 1h 02' 09" sound quality: *****
Report and Interview by Paul Gorman, Music Week, January 1997
THERE'S NOTHING the media loves more than an anniversary and David Bowie's 50th birthday on January 8 offered ample opportunity for career retrospectives and dissections ...
Profile by Penny Valentine, Sounds, May 1971
THE WORK of songwriters is conditioned by many things. Their environment, their childhood, their brushes with love, their hopes and dreams, their disillusionment. And they ...
Live Review by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, March 1990
"I thought I'd play a couple of numbers from the Tin Machine album... wait, wait, where are you going...come back!" ...
Live Review by Nick Kent, NME, May 1973
"AND WHEN he arrived they screamed and they cried, and they rushed, and gushed forth and beat their feverish feminine fists into..." FORGET IT! This ...
Report and Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc, May 1973
RAY FOX-CUMMING WATCHES THAT MAN STUN THE SCOTS IN ABERDEEN ...
Interview by Chris Bohn, NME, April 1983
I: The Missing YearsDavid Bowie's new film, The Hunger, opens not with the focus fixed firmly on the star but with a cameo sequence of ...
Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, June 1973
THIS IS ONE OF those restaurants where quiet good taste just screams its presence. You just know that they have pheasant under glass, and that ...
Essay by Barney Hoskyns, Independent, The, June 2002
IT IS NO COINCIDENCE that June 2002 is turning out to be David Bowie month. This time 30 years ago, trading under the plastic-fantastic moniker ...
Comment by Jon Tiven, Good Times, November 1973
"No matter how good David Bowie may really be, the stuff he's doing now is a lot of shit." – Chris Chesnutt, editor of the ...
Review by Nick Kent, Oz, July 1972
DAVID BOWIE, easily the most brilliant young songwriter in this country, seems to have been going through quite a few rapid changes over the last ...
Interview by Ben Edmonds, Circus, April 1976
AFTER THE BRILLIANT plumage of every previous David Bowie incarnation, the stark black and white figure on the Station to Station stage might have come ...
Profile by Steve Turner, Unpublished piece for Nova, 1974
Mickie Bloomfield is a 16-year-old shipping clerk who lives in a tower block off the Old Kent Road and who in order to be great ...
Live Review by Eric Weisbard, Spin, December 1995
THE MOMENT to remember was the two headliners playing together, the end of the Nine Inch Nails set fusing without pause into the beginning of ...
Review by Richard Williams, Times, The, September 1972
Stars of rock: T. Rex: The Slider; Rod Stewart: Never A Dull Moment; David Bowie: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars; Roxy Music: Roxy ...
Retrospective by Bill DeMain, Uncut, April 2011
JANUARY, 1971. There was trouble in outer space. Major Tom's signal was growing fainter by the day. And Ziggy Stardust was still an undefined blip ...
Essay by Steve Turner, Independent, The, May 1991
IN 1976 THE WORD was out that David Bowie was slumming it in Berlin. Rejecting the life of a rock and roll star, which was ...
Interview by Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph, December 1996
THROUGHOUT THE '70s, David Bowie did not have fans. He had acolytes, disciples, obsessives; teens and twentysomethings who would buy every record, watch every move, ...
Report by Harvey Kubernik, Rock's Backpages, July 2008
VIRGIN/EMI Records on July 8th will release David Bowie: Live Santa Monica '72 in limited edition CD and numbered 180-gram double vinyl LP packages culled ...
back to LIBRARY