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Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 1970
DAVID BOWIE has never been a conventional anything. Certainly he is no run of the mill product of the music business, something rather that was ...
Interview by Chris Roberts, Ikon, October 1995
David Bowie is enjoying another renaissance – hyperactive, philosophical, and buoyant. The century may be expiring, he figures, but his cup runneth over. Chris Roberts ...
Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, June 1989
Six years since his last convincing album, and with the overblown Glass Spider tour still fresh in the memory, David Bowie has rapidly returned to ...
Interview by Rosalind Russell, Disc, 6 May 1972
DAVID BOWIE is at last letting the Great British Public catch up with him. With grasshopper alacrity, he has kept ahead of us for years ...
Interview by Anthony O'Grady, RAM, 26 July 1975
"WELL," SAYS David Bowie. "Rock and roll is just a toothless old woman. It really is." ...
Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc, 2 June 1973
Part two of Ray Fox-Cumining's report on David Bowie in the North ...
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 ...
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)
Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 29 September 1984
When David Bowie recently visited Britain he agreed to do one official interview with NMEs Charles Shaar Murray. In this exclusive story he gives ...
Interview by Cameron Crowe, Playboy, September 1976
HE WAS ONCE a scruffy, honey-haired folk singer. Then an adamantly bisexual balladeer. Then a spacey, cropped-red-haired androgynous guitarist backed by a band called the ...
Interview by Brian Case, Melody Maker, 24 February 1979
LESTER BOWIE plays trumpet the way Leo Watson scats. His music is a funfair hall of mirrors with as many straight lines as a switchback ...
Interview by Mat Snow, MOJO, October 1994
"ONE THING I'VE NOTICED driving around in this part of Switzerland is that there are no flowers. It's relentlessly green in Geneva – they must ...
Interview by Mark Leviton, BAM, 19 November 1982
LOSANGELES — Back-up singers don't always rise to distinction, but vocalist Ava Cherry, who worked extensively with David Bowie on the pivotal Diamond Dogs tour ...
Interview by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 25 October 1969
ON HEARING a new LP called David Bowie, someone remarked: 'Well it's very nice, but do you think he's a lasting talent?' ...
Interview by Anthony O'Grady, New Musical Express, August 1975
"WE THINK WE'VE got an audience," says the spokesperson in the Bowie suite. "We're pretty sure the operator will be listening in." ...
Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 14 August 1971
AT ONE TIME singer/songwriter David Bowie used to write songs because, "I truly believed we songwriters were going to change the face of the world." ...
Interview by David Quantick, Q, October 1999
He took Sly Stone's drugs. He thought Bing looked like a little orange on a stool. He named his son Duncan and is madly in ...
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 ...
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