Thirty years on from his first hit single, 'Space Oddity', David Bowie remains the most influential rock star from the post-Woodstock generation. Strange Fascination chronicles Bowie's career against the colourful backdrop of post-Beatles pop culture. It's a story of amazing creativity, of huge theatricality and of an almost pathological quest to remain relevant and at pop's cutting edge. It is simply the the most complete account of David Bowie and his impact on pop culture ever written. This book is the first genuinely insightful and heavyweight biography of a true musical icon, fully revised and updated for paperback edition.
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Bowie and the media monster and Bowie the man are laid uncomfortably bare with wit, candour and no little insight. -- Flipside, January, 2000
Interviews with guitarist Carlos Alomar and producer Tony Visconti are revealing in this book which boasts exclusive photos. A must. -- Leicester Mercury, July 3rd, 2000
a definitive re-establishment of the man and the myth of David Bowie. -- Future Music, September, 2000
the book reveals many unknown details about a life already studied extensively. -- Future Music, September, 2000
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Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11075350457X
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Descrizione libro Virgin Books, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 075350457X
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