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Essay by Paul Morley, Financial Times, 3 September 2010
HOW MUCH DO you like David Bowie? You will have to like him a lot to want to spend more than £80 on a deluxe ...
Comment by Nick Kent, Creem, August 1973
SOME SAY THAT the only reason Mick Rock got that job as Mainman's official photographer/sometime designer was because Angie Bowie fancied his wife. That's a ...
Live Review by Max Bell, NME, 15 May 1976
IT'S HALF PAST five on Sunday afternoon and I still don't know how to start this thing. Only David Bowie could return like the Prodigal, ...
Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, December 2013
NOTE: This essay on one of Bowie's greatest records was written for the artist Doug Aitken's (partially-Bowie-inspired) Station to Station exhibition, which travelled by train ...
Interview by Tony Norman, Top Pops, 25 October 1969
DAVID BOWIE is a quietly spoken young man. His hair curls around his head and his eyes are warm. In his face, his smile, you ...
Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 12 November 1977
CHRIST, HOW LONG has it been? Four years, man, and I set up the tape machine – Bowie attempting to balance the microphone on top ...
Report by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, October 1972
WITH NOT SO much as the Ed Sullivan Show, Shindig or Hullabaloo, a Winky Dink screen or a fifth-Spider like Murray the K to add ...
Report and Interview by 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 ...
Comment by Robert Sandall, Sunday Times, 31 August 2003
SO FAR AS the world knows, David Bowie has been cruising in an enviable holding pattern for at least 10 years: a wealthy rock aristo ...
Book Review by Keith Cameron, Guardian, The, 23 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, 4 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: *****
Interview by Chris Roberts, Rock's Backpages Audio, 29 July 1999
The Dame, surrounded by some splendid NYC ambience, talks about where he's at today; his workaholism; being part of Tin Machine; some of the personae he has adopted; on being liberated by Hunky Dory; becoming Ziggy; years lost to drugs, and on his relationship with his fans via the internet.
File format: mp3 File size: 54.3mb; interview length: 56' 33" seconds 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, 1 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, 31 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, 19 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, 26 May 1973
RAY FOX-CUMMING WATCHES THAT MAN STUN THE SCOTS IN ABERDEEN ...
Interview by Chris Bohn, NME, 16 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, 9 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, 15 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 ...
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