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David Bowie

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

David Bowie: Bowie, Music And Life

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 ...

David Bowie: Soul Train Comes To Wembley

Live Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 15 May 1976

David Bowie: Wembley, London ...

David Bowie: Contemporary Songwriters: David Bowie

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 ...

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: 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: Lodger (RCA)

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 26 May 1979

ANOTHER THESIS would be the straw that broke the camel's back. Now there's a line that could easily have been snipped from one of David ...

David Bowie: Station to Station (RCA)

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, 24 January 1976

IN MY PHYSICS textbook at school was an amazing photo of two galaxies colliding. Just imagine being on a planet in a system in either ...

David Bowie: Peter And The Wolf

Review by Jon Savage, Sounds, 27 May 1978

THE RELEVANCE of this classical record to the 'rock marketplace' is quite frankly marginal but evidently heavily counted upon by RCA in their wisdom. ...

David Bowie: Innovation to Innovation — David Bowie: Low (RCA Records RS 1108) *****

Review by Tim Lott, Sounds, 15 January 1977

Tim Lott plots the high contrast in the Thin One's new Low record. ...

David Bowie: Lindsay Kemp: Camp? No — Kemp

Interview by Mick Brown, Sounds, 20 September 1975

Lindsay Kemp says it with Flowers. He also aided and abetted the transformation of David Bowie into Ziggy Stardust. Mick Brown reports. ...

Iggy Pop: Zombie Birdhouse (Animal Records/Chrysalis) ***

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 25 September 1982

IGGY POP is a man of honour. Not for him the Lou Reed path of self-mockery; the one time he tried it for money's sake ...

AC/DC: Mayfair, Newcastle

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 13 May 1978

ANGUS YOUNG has got himself some new front teeth. An elegant row of even ivories that wouldn't look out of place in the mouth of ...

Hall & Oates: A Mutant Romance

Interview by Ian Birch, Sounds, 12 June 1976

Daryl Hall & John Oates – boy, if you think Dave Bowie had the Philly Soul enigma variations bag sown up with 'TVC 15' you're ...

Wayne County & The Electric Chairs: Wayne County: County Counsel

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 8 April 1978

WHEN WAYNE COUNTY left his native state of Georgia, "because it was icky, and I got shot at", he meant to take a trip down ...

Split Enz: Mental Notes (Chrysalis) ****

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 21 August 1976

ME MAM says they're not as good as 10cc and "that group who did the operetta?" "Queen?" "Yes and that one about Ground Control to ...

Sweet: The Sweet: Sweet's Golden Greats

Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 26 November 1977

EVERY GENERATION of rock writing throws up its own paper tiger. ...

Bruce Springsteen: Roxy Club, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Steven Rosen, Sounds, 1 November 1975

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S closing night at the Roxy Club in Hollywood provided neither excitement nor exceptional performance as he played for a packed house. ...

Eric Clapton: Enoch Clapton?

Letters by uncredited writer, Sounds, 28 August 1976

WHEN I READ about Eric Clapton's Birmingham concert when he urged support for Enoch Powell I nearly puked. ...

Ultravox: The Nashville, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 20 November 1976

MAYBE IT was just the crowd, but nobody seemed able to generate much atmosphere and excitement on this Tuesday night at the Nashville. Support band ...

Siouxsie & The Banshees: Siouxsie and the Banshees: The Most Elitist Band In The World

Report and Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 25 November 1978

'A gig is often an exaggeration of what we feel every day and therefore it can probably seem a bit ridiculous at times maybe. It ...

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