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Legacy: The Very Best Of David Bowie (limited gatefold 180 gram audiophile vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 019029 5918323. Rel: 06 Jan 17
Rock
  1. Let's Dance (4:07)
  2. Ashes To Ashes (3:36)
  3. Under Pressure (with Queen) (3:55)
  4. Life On Mars (2016 mix) (3:37)
  5. Changes (3:36)
  6. Oh! You Pretty Things (3:14)
  7. The Man Who Sold The World (3:57)
  8. Space Oddity (4:59)
  9. Starman (4:14)
  10. Ziggy Stardust (3:16)
  11. The Jean Genie (4:05)
  12. Rebel Rebel (4:28)
  13. Golden Years (3:26)
  14. Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger) (3:09)
  15. China Girl (4:16)
  16. Fame (4:13)
  17. Sound & Vision (3:03)
  18. 'Heroes' (3:32)
  19. Where Are We Now? (4:08)
  20. Lazarus (4:06)
Review: A year on from the untimely demise of arguably the most influential British musician of the last fifty years, and on the eve of what would have been his seventieth birthday, here we have the opportunity to view his whole jaw-dropping career across the course of two slabs of wax. From the cosmic dread of 'Space Oddity' all the way to the reflective melancholy of 'I Can't Give Everything Away', it's a magnificent testimony to a restless muse that never stopped moving into unchartered territory in search of new adventure. These songs will outlive us all.
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 in stock $21.45
Blackstar (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 888751 738713. Rel: 08 Jan 16
Rock
  1. Blackstar (9:58)
  2. 'Tis A Pity She Was A Whore (4:52)
  3. Lazarus (6:26)
  4. Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) (4:39)
  5. Girl Loves Me (4:50)
  6. Dollar Days (4:32)
  7. I Can't Give Everything Away (5:50)
Review: Surely not even the most ardent Bowie fan saw any of this coming. Yet to offset the justified grief and mourning at the most otherworldly and mercurial of all musical icons departing our realm, he's left us with one of his greatest albums to date and certainly his best in a full quarter century - one that returns him spiritually to the dizzying collision of bracing experimentation and melodious drama that typified the so-called Berlin trilogy of the '70s yet transplants that ambience to a new more complicated age. Jazzy inflections, electronic filigree and stark soundscapes collide elegantly amidst that stentorian voice, and whether or not Bowie put this together as a farewell, he couldn't have done it better if he'd tried. We'll truly never see his like again, alas.
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 in stock $22.40
Revolutionary Song (Record Store Day 2019) (limited transparent blue vinyl 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MOV 7053. Rel: 22 Apr 19
Soundtracks
  1. David Bowie/The Rebels - "Revolutionary Song" (4:42)
  2. Marlene Dietrich - "Just A Gigolo" (3:34)
Review: Here's something to get Bowie fans hot under the collar: a first worldwide pressing of the Thin White Duke's "Revolutionary Song", his only contribution to the soundtrack of 1978 West German flick "Just A Gigolo", in which he also starred alongside silver screen legend Marlene Dietrich. The song was recorded with a local band of musicians hastily dubbed "The Rebels" and sees Bowie in classic crooner mode, adding his distinctive vocals to a jangly, largely acoustic number that's effectively a folksy take on waltz. Over on side B there's a chance to enjoy one of Marlene Dietrich's last ever recordings: an atmospheric cover of 1930s cabaret standard "Just A Gigolo" which ended up being the movie's title track.
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 in stock $14.30
UMC
Cat: 689136 Rel: 06 Jul 18 • View all DVDs & Blu-Ray
 
Documentary about English guitarist & songwriter Mick Ronson
Notes: From Emperor Media Ltd. and acclaimed producer/director Jon Brewer, music icon David Bowie narrates this unprecedented celebration of the life and works of guitar virtuoso Mick Ronson - a rock hero virtually unknown despite his direct contribution and involvement in countless compositions, lyrics and recordings that changed the face of music forever.

His humble beginnings in Hull, England underpinned the values and modest, unpretentious personality of Mick Ronson, who worked with the city's council while he pursued his craft with consummate dedication. Soon word of his talent reached David Bowie, who grabbed at the chance to work with Ronson, in what would become a career-long association, alongside collaborations with other greats such as Bob Dylan, Ian Hunter, Lulu and Lou Reed.
The Man Who Sold the World, Aladdin Sane, Hunky Dory, The Jean Genie - all were constructed with Ronson on guitar.

Sadly in 1993, while working on a solo album, Ronson passed away before receiving the recognition he so richly deserved or before taking that final bow. Now, with unprecedented access to archival backstage footage - never before released - and iconic imagery from superstar photographer Mick Rock, this fascinating and at times controversial special reveals the ultimate authentic chronicle of the career of a cornerstone of rock.

Bonus interview footage from Angie Bowie, Rick Wakeman, Glen Matlock, Cherry Vanilla, Ian Hunter, David Stopps and more!
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 1 in stock $16.46
Peter & The Wolf (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: MOVCL 011. Rel: 28 Oct 14
Soundtracks
  1. Peter & The Wolf, Op 67 (27:11)
  2. Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, Op 34 (17:12)
Review: This recording of the Philadelphia Orchestra performing Sergei Prokofiev's 1936 story and orchestral score Peter and the Wolf was recorded in 1977 and was originally released in 1978. The role of the narrator on the recording was initially offered to both Peter Ustinov and Alec Guinness who both turned it down, before David Bowie agreed to take on the role, supposedly as a Christmas present to his son. On the B-side is another equally as charming piece of recent classical history, Benjamin Britten's Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra as narrated by Hugh Downs.
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 in stock $26.72
Blackstar (CD)
Cat: 888751 738621. Rel: 08 Jan 16
Rock
  1. Blackstar
  2. 'Tis A Pity She Was A Whore
  3. Lazarus
  4. Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)
  5. Girl Loves Me
  6. Dollar Days
  7. I Can't Give Everything Away
Review: Surely not even the most ardent Bowie fan saw any of this coming. Yet to offset the justified grief and mourning at the most otherworldly and mercurial of all musical icons departing our realm, he's left us with one of his greatest albums to date and certainly his best in a full quarter century - one that returns him spiritually to the dizzying collision of bracing experimentation and melodious drama that typified the so-called Berlin trilogy of the '70s yet transplants that ambience to a new more complicated age. Jazzy inflections, electronic filigree and stark soundscapes collide elegantly amidst that stentorian voice, and whether or not Bowie put this together as a farewell, he couldn't have done it better if he'd tried. We'll truly never see his like again, alas.
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out of stock $9.86
Station To Station (remastered) (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: 190295 990282. Rel: 10 Feb 17
Rock
  1. Station To Station (10:14)
  2. Golden Years (4:01)
  3. Word On A Wing (6:02)
  4. TVC 15 (5:33)
  5. Stay (6:14)
  6. Wild Is The Wind (6:02)
Review: Legend has it that David Bowie was so lost in a vortex of cocaine and ego during the making of this record to such a degree that he now can't remember anything about its creation at all. Typically of the Dame though, in the midst of all this madness he created a masterpiece, and arguably his greatest album of all. With a hint of the funk of influence of 'Young Americans', yet filtered through a glacial European sensibility, it's a genre-transcending tour-de-force of boundless scope and imperious swagger. Forty-one years on, this record still sounds like the future.
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 in stock $16.70
Cat: CBS 503099. Rel: 11 Nov 14
Rock
  1. Let's Dance
  2. Ashes To Ashes (single version)
  3. Heroes (single version)
  4. Changes
  5. Life On Mars?
  6. Space Oddity
  7. Starman (single version)
  8. Ziggy Stardust
  9. The Jean Genie (original single mix)
  10. Rebel Rebel
  11. Golden Years (single version)
  12. Fame
  13. Sound & Vision
  14. Under Pressure (feat Queen)
  15. Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)
  16. Hallo Spaceboy (with The Pet Shop Boys - PSB remix)
  17. China Girl (single version)
  18. Modern Love (single version)
  19. Absolute Beginners (single version)
  20. Where Are We Now?
Review: It's impossible to overstate the impact that David Bowie had on the last half century of pop culture, in an illustrious career that's celebrated in style on this double vinyl package. Cherry picking a drop-dead selection of the star-scraping hits created by one of the true icons of popular music, it encompasses the whole plethora of strange audial avenues that David Robert Jones traversed in his life, culminating in one of his final recordings 'Sue (In A Season Of Crime)', which maps out noir-ish territory not dissimilar to that of his contemporary and hero Scott Walker. In the words of the man himself, 'really quite out of sight'.
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out of stock $28.05
Cat: 019029 5919900. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Rock
  1. Let's Dance
  2. Ashes To Ashes
  3. Under Pressure (with Queen)
  4. Life On Mars?
  5. Changes
  6. Oh! You Pretty Things
  7. The Man Who Sold The World
  8. Space Oddity
  9. Starman
  10. Ziggy Stardust
  11. The Jean Genie
  12. Rebel Rebel
  13. Golden Years
  14. Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger)
  15. China Girl
  16. Fame
  17. Sound & Vision
  18. 'Heroes'
  19. Where Are We Now?
  20. Lazarus
Review: A year on from the untimely demise of arguably the most influential British musician of the last fifty years, and on the eve of what would have been his seventieth birthday, here we have the opportunity to view his whole jaw-dropping career across the course of two slabs of wax. From the cosmic dread of 'Space Oddity' all the way to the reflective melancholy of 'I Can't Give Everything Away', it's a magnificent testimony to a restless muse that never stopped moving into unchartered territory in search of new adventure. These songs will outlive us all.
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out of stock $9.76
Cat: 019029 5919870. Rel: 11 Nov 16
Rock
  1. Space Oddity
  2. The Man Who Sold The World
  3. Changes
  4. Oh! You Pretty Things
  5. Life On Mars? (2016 mix)
  6. Starman
  7. Ziggy Stardust
  8. Moonage Daydream
  9. The Jean Genie
  10. All The Young Dudes
  11. Drive-In Saturday
  12. Sorrow
  13. Rebel Rebel
  14. Young Americans
  15. Fame
  16. Golden Years
  17. Sound & Vision
  18. 'Heroes'
  19. Boys Keep Swinging
  20. Fasion
  21. Ashes To Ashes
  22. Under Pressure (with Queen)
  23. Let's Dance
  24. China Girl
  25. Modern Love
  26. Blue Jean
  27. This Is Not America (with The Pat Methaeny Group)
  28. Dancing In The Street (with Mick Jagger)
  29. Absolute Beginners
  30. Jump They Say
  31. Hallo Spaceboy (with The Pet Shop Boys)
  32. Little Wonder
  33. I'm Afraid Of Americans
  34. Thursday's Child
  35. Slow Burn
  36. Everyone Says 'Hi'
  37. New Killer Star
  38. Where Are We Now?
  39. Lazarus
  40. I Can't Give Everything Away
Review: A year on from the untimely demise of arguably the most influential British musician of the last fifty years, and on the eve of what would have been his seventieth birthday, here we have the opportunity to view his whole jaw-dropping career across the course of two slabs of wax. From the cosmic dread of 'Space Oddity' all the way to the reflective melancholy of 'I Can't Give Everything Away', it's a magnificent testimony to a restless muse that never stopped moving into unchartered territory in search of new adventure. These songs will outlive us all.
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out of stock $13.15
Cat: 190295 990299. Rel: 10 Feb 17
Rock
  1. Station To Station
  2. Golden Years
  3. Word On A Wing
  4. TVC 15
  5. Stay
  6. Wild Is The Wind
Review: Legend has it that David Bowie was so lost in a vortex of cocaine and ego during the making of this record to such a degree that he now can't remember anything about its creation at all. Typically of the Dame though, in the midst of all this madness he created a masterpiece, and arguably his greatest album of all. With a hint of the funk of influence of 'Young Americans', yet filtered through a glacial European sensibility, it's a genre-transcending tour-de-force of boundless scope and imperious swagger. Forty-one years on, this record still sounds like the future.
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out of stock $10.91
Bowie At The Beeb: The Best Of The BBC Radio Sessions 68-72 (180 gram vinyl 4xLP box + 20 page booklet)
Cat: 082564 6095285. Rel: 26 Feb 16
Rock
  1. In The Heat Of The Morning (2:43)
  2. London Bye, Ta-Ta (2:36)
  3. Karma Man (3:00)
  4. Silly Boy Blue (4:38)
  5. Let Me Sleep Beside You (4:47)
  6. Janine (3:04)
  7. Amsterdam (3:40)
  8. God Knows I'm Good (3:35)
  9. The Width Of A Circle (5:21)
  10. Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed (5:01)
  11. Cygnet Committee (9:15)
  12. Memory Of A Free Festival (3:18)
  13. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud (4:41)
  14. The Supermen (3:22)
  15. Bombers (4:31)
  16. Looking For A Friend (3:34)
  17. Almost Grown (2:43)
  18. Kooks (3:33)
  19. It Ain't Easy (2:52)
  20. The Supermen (2:51)
  21. Oh! You Pretty Things (3:09)
  22. Eight Line Poem (2:58)
  23. Hang On To Yourself (2:49)
  24. Ziggy Stardust (3:20)
  25. Queen Bitch (3:00)
  26. Waiting For The Man (5:22)
  27. Five Years (4:22)
  28. White Light/White Heat (3:47)
  29. Moonage Daydream (5:00)
  30. Hang On To Yourself (2:50)
  31. Suffragette City (3:27)
  32. Ziggy Stardust (3:23)
  33. Starman (4:04)
  34. Space Oddity (4:17)
  35. Changes (3:29)
  36. Oh! You Pretty Things (2:56)
  37. Andy Warhol (3:13)
  38. Lady Stardust (3:18)
  39. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (3:09)
Review: In the wake of his untimely passing, it can be hard to work out which of his many eras and personae to indulge in, yet this essential document of radio sessions and fascinating live material covers one of the most exciting - that era in which this almost objectionably talented ingenue was first marking out his pathway to stardom - from the swinging '60s mockney strains of his earliest hits, through the heavy vibes of the Man Who Sold The World period, the elemental whimsy of 'Hunky Dory' and the world-conquering Ziggy Stardust, this is a fascinating travelogue of four years in which Bowie took enough artistic chances to last a lesser artist four careers, and almost all of them paid off. Watch out for a charming cameo from John Peel here also.
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 in stock $56.12
Hours (CD)
Cat: 082564 6507528. Rel: 08 Jul 16
Rock
  1. Thursday's Child
  2. Something In The Air
  3. Survive
  4. If I'm Dreaming My Life
  5. Seven
  6. What's Really Happening?
  7. The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
  8. New Angels Of Promise
  9. Brilliant Adventure
  10. The Dreamers
Review: It's true that more than a few eyebrows were raised when Earthling was first released way back in 1997. Critics, in particular, were not particularly impressed by David Bowie's efforts to incorporate elements of drum & bass within his sound. In hindsight, though, it was pure Bowie; ever the musical chameleon, he simply wanted to try something new. As this reissue proves, for the most part the iconic artist got it right, delivering an album that used skittish D&B breakbeats to emphasize the angry, dark subject matter of its' songs (an effect heightened by the Nine Inch Nails feel to many cuts). While Earthling was far from Bowie's best, it arguably sounds stronger now than it did when it was first released. He always was a far-sighted innovator, of course.
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out of stock $5.94
Young Americans (CD+DVD)
EMI
Cat: 351 2582. Rel: 17 Mar 07
Rock (All)
  1. Young Americans
  2. Win
  3. Fascination
  4. Right
  5. Somebody Up There Likes Me
  6. Across The Universe
  7. Can You Hear Me
  8. Fame
  9. John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)
  10. Who Can I Be Now?
  11. It's Gonna Be Me (With Strings)
  12. 1984 (video)
  13. Young Americans (video)
  14. Dick Cavett interviews David Bowie (video)
Review: The remastered edition of the 1975 album. The DVD features footage from the Dick Cavett Show.
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out of stock $18.34
Cat: REEDIT 02. Rel: 03 Nov 05
Funk
  1. James Brown - "Hot [I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved]" (re edit)
  2. David Bowe - "Golden Years" (re edit)
Review: The Re-edits man strikes again with devastating remixes of James Brown's "Hot", which notoriously borrowed Bowie's "Fame" riff (or was it the other way around?), as well as David Bowie's "Golden Years". Massively funky re-edits destined to do some dancefloor damage!
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out of stock $8.62
Cat: PARA 176LPLTD. Rel: 14 Jan 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. Subterraneans (4:37)
  2. Scary Monsters (& Super Creeps) (5:28)
  3. Hallo Spaceboy (5:10)
  4. Hurt (5:47)
  5. Look Back In Anger (4:31)
  6. I'm Deranged (5:04)
  7. The Heart's Filthy Lesson (5:08)
  8. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty) (4:53)
  9. I Have Not Been To Oxford Town (4:20)
  10. Outside (4:53)
  11. Andy Warhol (3:53)
  12. Breaking Glass (3:44)
  13. The Man Who Sold The World (3:43)
  14. We Prick You (4:20)
  15. A Small Plot Of Land (6:37)
  16. Nite Flights (6:20)
  17. Under Pressure (3:56)
Review: During the U.S leg of his 1995 Outside tour, David Bowie was supported by Nine Inch Nails. Trent Reznor and company not only opened the shows, but also joined forces with the legendary musican on joint performances of some of his songs. Now, some 24 years later, a recording of one of these legendary collaborative performances has finally been released. It's hugely evocative and atmospheric, with many of Bowie's great songs - particularly "Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)", "Hallo Spaceboy", "The Heart's Filthy Lesson", "The Man Who Sold The World" and "Under Pressure" - benefitting from Nine Inch Nails' low-end grunt and razor-sharp guitars.
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A Reality Tour (180 gram translucent blue vinyl 3xLP box + poster + insert)
Cat: FRM 882725. Rel: 25 May 16
Rock
  1. Rebel Rebel (3:28)
  2. New Killer Star (4:59)
  3. Reality (4:15)
  4. Fame (5:07)
  5. Cactus (3:00)
  6. Sister Midnight (4:35)
  7. Afraid (3:30)
  8. All The Young Dudes (3:38)
  9. Be My Wife (3:29)
  10. The Loneliest Guy (3:51)
  11. The Man Who Sold The World (4:28)
  12. Sunday (8:06)
  13. Fantastic Voyage (3:15)
  14. Hallo Spaceboy (5:24)
  15. Under Pressure (4:14)
  16. Life On Mars (4:35)
  17. Battle For Britain (The Letter) (4:54)
  18. Never Get Old (4:22)
  19. Ashes To Ashes (5:17)
  20. The Motel (6:06)
  21. Loving The Alien (5:18)
  22. Changes (3:51)
  23. I'm Afraid Of Americans (5:18)
  24. Heroes (6:59)
  25. Bring Me The Disco King (7:56)
  26. Slip Away (5:53)
  27. Heathen (The Rays) (5:55)
  28. Five Years (4:43)
  29. Hang On To Yourself (2:52)
  30. Ziggy Stardust (3:44)
  31. Fall Dogs Bomb The Moon (4:12)
  32. Breaking Glass (2:26)
  33. China Girl (4:18)
Review: A yawning chasm has been left in rock music by the untimely departure of David Robert Jones, making documents such as this one all the more poignant and powerful, all the more so for it recording the last tour he embarked on. Here, with a crack selection of musicians including longterm sidemen Mike Garson and Earl Slick, he essayed classics like 'Life On Mars', '80s tunes like a beautifully rearranged 'Loving The Alien' and newer material 'Reality' itself with enough charisma and style to fuel fifty live shows. There'll never be a star that burns brighter than Bowie, and he's on scintillating form here.
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out of stock $106.85
Cat: 114539 7. Rel: 18 Jun 18
 
Rock
Review: Recorded in the 1990s, tracks performed include 'Ashes to Ashes', 'The Man Who Sold the World' and 'Fame'.
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 in stock $12.27
Cat: SMDVD 0025. Rel: 20 Nov 17
 
Rock
Review: In early 1968 David Bowie enrolled in actor, teacher and choreographer Lindsay Kemp s dance class at the London Dance Centre. Bowie later claimed it was during this tenure that his interest in image really blossomed. Studying the dramatic arts under Kemp, Bowie became immersed in the creation of personae to present to the world.

In July 69 he had his first hit single with Space Oddity, and his second, self-titled album was released in November. A year on came The Man Who Sold The World, and Hunky Dory followed in December 1971. Three months later, in February 1972, came the launch of the Ziggy Stardust Tour, at the Toby Jug in Tolworth, Surrey, and the rest, as they say, is history. But in less than three years of intense activity, Bowie had gone from being a glorified song-and-dance-man with a penchant for the tunes of early 60s comedy crooner Anthony Newley to becoming the most flamboyant, creative and dynamic rock star on the planet.

This film uncovers the full story of these years and by tracing events from even further back, when David was still named Jones and a member of any number of UK Beat groups, to the release of The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars in June 72, it reveals one of the most fascinating pre-fame periods in the history of contemporary music.

With the use of rare and seldom-seen archive film, exclusive interviews, contributions from his closest confidantes and comment from the most knowledgeable writers and music historians, this film is the best document yet to emerge on the early years of David Bowie and is destined to become the standard work on the subject.
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out of stock $5.46
Cat: DVDIS 075. Rel: 22 Sep 17
 
Rock
  1. In His Own Words (DVD 1)
  2. The Berlin Briefings (DVD 2)
Review: While David Bowie's talents were many, it was his skills as a musician, a composer and a performer which were, and indeed remain, the most celebrated of the great man's gifts. But Bowie was a self-taught intellectual too, a thinker of unparalleled originality and, quite probably, the best-read rock star of all time. He was also a talented speaker, an enormously absorbing conversationalist and someone you just know you could have had a damn good chat with, if only the opportunity had arisen. When these faculties are combined, as they are throughout the recordings here, some of the most stimulating archive film available on the boy from Beckenham is revealed. This double DVD set concentrates on David Bowie's spoken word video recordings, collating as it does more than 3 hours of the Thin White Duke in interview, in conversation, in conference and when simply having a bit of a natter! Intriguing and enthralling throughout, this set features both classic and rare footage, which all at once make it a must-have compilation for Bowie fans the world across.
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 in stock $15.65
Cat: 736661 Rel: 25 Jun 19 • View all DVDs & Blu-Ray
 
DVD
Notes: A deluxe box set containing three DVDs focusing on David Bowie's life and career. The set features the following DVDs, which are the complete, unabridged versions including all original extras, set up features and menus. Disc 1- David Bowie- The Calm Before The Storm: This enticing documentary covers the period which began with Bowie's first forays into the music industry in the mid-1960s, until the point at which he became a household name following the release of his Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars LP. Disc 2- . David Bowie In His Own Words. Featuring a host of recorded interviews and press conferences given during Bowie's career, where he reveals all about his life, his music and his hopes and dreams, which together form the most concise collection of the great man's thoughts yet to emerge. Disc 3- David Bowie The Berlin Briefings. Covering the period when David Bowie recorded and released the albums which came to be known as The Berlin Trilogy, during which he lived and worked in the titular city, this film covers one of the most creative and productive period in all of the Thin White Duke's Career.
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 1 in stock $17.00
Cat: 685967 Rel: 17 Apr 18 • View all DVDs & Blu-Ray
 
2 x DVD set featuring exclusive & archive interviews, rare footage & performance film
Notes: Extended documentary that examines the period David Bowie spent living in Berlin in the 1970s. Overworked and struggling with drug addiction, Bowie headed to Berlin in 1975 for relief from the stresses of LA life. He lived with Iggy Pop, who was in a similarly dishevelled state. Nonetheless, Bowie produced a series of albums in Berlin that arguably rank among his best. The programme makes use of archive interviews and performance footage to bring this period of the musician's career to life.
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out of stock $20.78
Cat: 428424 Rel: 01 Jan 90 • View all Books
Notes: "One day I blew my nose and half my brains came out." Los Angeles, 1976. David Bowie is holed up in his Bel-Air mansion, drifting into drug-induced paranoia and confusion. Obsessed with black magic and the Holy Grail, he's built an altar in the living room and keeps his fingernail clippings in the fridge. There are occasional trips out to visit his friend Iggy Pop in a mental institution. His latest album is the cocaine-fuelled Station To Station (Bowie: "I know it was recorded in LA because I read it was"), which welds R&B rhythms to lyrics that mix the occult with a yearning for Europe, after three mad years in the New World. Bowie has long been haunted by the angst-ridden, emotional work of the Die Brucke movement and the Expressionists. Berlin is their spiritual home, and after a chaotic world tour, Bowie adopts this city as his new sanctuary. Immediately he sets to work on Low, his own expressionist mood-piece.
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