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David Bowie

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

David Bowie: Scary Monsters (RCA)

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 ...

David Bowie: Aladdin Sane

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 14 April 1973

Bye-bye, Ziggy. It was nice seeing you, and I hope you'll keep in touch. Hello, Aladdin Sane, make yourself at home. David Bowie's new album ...

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: Let's Dance

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 16 April 1983

"Put on your red shoes and dance the blues to the song they're playing on the radio..." ...

David Bowie: David Live

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 26 October 1974

IS THERE life on Uranus? Dunno. Things were pretty quiet last time I looked. On the other hand, Tony Defries' little redhead has a new ...

David Bowie: Station To Station

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 10 January 1976

"A sixty thousand word novel is one image corrected fifty-nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine times"– Samuel R. Delaney ...

Lou Reed: Transformer (RCA)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 16 December 1972

LOU REED WITH COLOURED GIRL DAVID BOWIE... ...

Neil Merryweather: Space Rangers

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 September 1974

THIS GUY'S got to be kidding. ...

Cockney Rebel: The Psychomodo

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 8 June 1974

ONE THING you gotta admit about Steve Harley, and that is that he does the funniest interviews since Marc Bolan. He even opens up Cocky ...

Jet (UK): Jet: Jet

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 26 April 1975

AT LAST the 1972 show! ...

Gary Numan: Telekon

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 6 September 1980

AH, THE shimmering dust-free corridors, the pleasure machines, the limitless possibilities opened up by microtechnology, the disturbing effects of cybernetic leisure upon the fragile human ...

Robert Palmer: Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 31 August 1974

I ALWAYS felt more than a little sorry for Robert Palmer when he was in Vinegar Joe. ...

Lou Reed: The Bells (Arista)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 April 1979

AH, THE BELLS, the bells…somehow I don't think this is what Victor Hugo had in mind all those years ago. However, what Slick Vic had ...

Slade: Sladest (Polydor)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 29 September 1973

THE FIRST TIME I saw Slade I thought they were dreadful. It was that memorable night at the Lanchester Arts Festival when Chuck Berry cut ...

Mick Ronson - Play Don't Worry

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 4 January 1975

DUNNO ABOUT YOU, but from where I'm sitting it seems as though you can't go on saying that someone has potential for too long unless ...

Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band: Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 21 January 1978

AND WELCOME back the Bosstown Sound! That's Boston USA, spelled B-O-S-S-T-O-W-N, home of the J. Geils Band, Aerosmith, The Modern Lovers (sort of) and now…Willie ...

The Rolling Stones - Made in the Shade and Metamorphosis

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 June 1975

ECONOMICS: When a famous big-time rock and roll band reaches that particular special point in its year when it's time to pack the clean socks ...

Ian Hunter: An American Alien Boy

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 15 May 1976

THERE EXISTS A subtle difference between a tax exile and an expatriate. ...

X-Ray Spex: X-Ray-Spex: Germ Free Adolescents

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 18 November 1978

SMASH THE barriers and the truth shall make you free (as long as stocks last, anyway): barriers between humans and objects, between the natural (sic) ...

Harry Nilsson: Pussy Cats

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 31 August 1974

Rock verite — the Beatrix Potter way ...

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