Classic Pop – April 2018

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Classic Pop – April 2018

Classic Pop – April 2018
English | 132 pages | True PDF | 33.2 MB


The Bowie Years is a brand new four-part series that celebrates the life, music and legacy of the one and only David Bowie.

In this second volume, From Soul Boy To Berliner, we chart the Bowie’s remarkable transformation in his post-Ziggy Stardust era, beginning with the ‘plastic soul’ of Young Americans through to the commercial smash of Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) via the era-defining experimental genius of the Berlin Period.

Inside this 132-page collector’s edition, our Bowie experts chart his remarkable development as an artist between 1975 and 1980, analysing each diverse album of the period on a track by track basis, and pull out a playlist of lesser known Bowie gems for you to get your ears round. What’s more, we also explore Bowie’s relationship with his varied collaborators from this period – including brand new interviews with Carlos Alomar, Robin Clark, sidemen David Sanborn, Stacy Heydon and Chuck Hammer, and loads more!

The Bowie Years is a must-own for all Bowie fans and admirers, so be sure to make From Soul Boy To Berliner part of your collection today.

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