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David Bowie: City Hall, Newcastle

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 24 June 1978

EVERYBODY I spoke to was complaining. A front row of seats had been sold then removed to fit the stage extension in. The roadies thought ...

David Bowie: The Gender Bender

Comment by Jon Savage, Face, The, November 1980

"WHAT DO YOU want to be when you grow up, David?" ...

David Bowie in the USA

Report by Nick Kent, NME, 21 April 1973

THE MAN from the customs – a surly-looking Negro – eyed me suspiciously for a full ten minutes, and checked and rechecked my baggage and ...

David Bowie: The Astoria, London

Live Review by Chris Roberts, Uncut, February 2000

The live shows you really shouldn't have missed ...

David Bowie: How I alienated David Bowie!

Comment by John Mendelsohn, Rock's Backpages, May 2002

IN THE AUTUMN of 2000, I had gone from being a very well paid Web designer to being an out-of-work former Web designer. ...

David Bowie: Bowie Salutes the Sixties' Stars

Report and Interview by Stephen Demorest, Circus, December 1973

Aiming for his first musical, he abandoned the rock emporiums as quickly as he had arrived. But first, with a fine sense of etiquette, the ...

David Bowie: Ringing The Changes

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 13 March 1976

"I'M JUST DOING this tour for the money. I never earned any money before, but this time I'm going to make some. I think I ...

David Bowie: Earthling

Review and Interview by Andy Gill, MOJO, March 1997

Is jungle exploration the right career move for a 50-year-old pop star who plans to float himself on the Stock Market this year? ...

David Bowie: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, 14 July 1973

THERE ARE crowds of kids outside the hall, waiting for Stardust to limousine into view. And for them this is all three times as real, ...

David Bowie: Stage

Review by Jon Savage, Sounds, 30 September 1978

SO: THE next stage. The ending of one, the beginning of another? But of course, all the world's a stage. Aaaaaaah... ...

David Bowie: Low

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 22 January 1977

AND YOU'RE profile to profile with The Man Who Fell To Bits. Against an incandescent orange background, the cover of David Bowie's new album reprises ...

David Bowie: Low

Review by Ian MacDonald, NME, 22 January 1977

YOU'RE JUST a little girl with grey eyes and you never leave your room. ...

David Bowie on the Outside

Report and Interview by Paul Gorman, Music Week, 1995

THE CRITICAL AND commercial disappointment which has greeted David Bowie's output since the crossover success of 1983's Let's Dance would have forced a less adventurous ...

David Bowie: Life On Earth

Interview by Ken Scrudato, SOMA, July 2003

"You know how I know it's the end of the world, Lenny? Because everything's been done. Every kinda music, every government, every hairstyle. How we ...

David Bowie in The Man Who Fell To Earth

Film/DVD/TV Review by Lita Eliscu, Phonograph Record, August 1976

THIS FILM stars David Bowie — a logical choice — as a space visitor who comes to Earth in an attempt to find a way ...

David Bowie: The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (RCA)

Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, September 1972

DAVID BOWIE may become a star this year, or he may not. This may or may not make a difference in your life. But, for ...

David Bowie: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (RCA)

Review by Jon Tiven, Phonograph Record, July 1972

DAVID BOWIE, England’s Answer-To-Alice-Cooper-But-He’s-For-Real, has finally made an album with positive commercial potential and consistent strength. Ziggy Stardust is the Aftermath of the Seventies, where ...

David Bowie: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust And the Spiders From Mars: 30th Anniversary Edition

Review and Interview by Daryl Easlea, Record Collector, July 2002

"I'm really just a Photostat machine. I pour out what has already been fed in. I merely reflect what is going on around me" – ...

David Bowie: Why those who were teenagers in the '70s will feel the loss of David Bowie the most 

Comment by Kathryn Flett, Daily Telegraph, 11 January 2016

I AM MAKING toast for my 13-year-old when the 7.30am news comes on the radio. Oh! Oh no. David Bowie is dead. I hear the ...

David Bowie: Keeping Up With The Jones: The Man Who Sold The World: David Bowie and the 1970s by Peter Doggett (Bodley Head)

Book Review by Dorian Lynskey, Word, The, November 2011

For ten solid, supercharged years Bowie was always one step ahead. Peter Doggett considers a decade of "magical thinking" ...

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