For anyone who thinks MY articles get a little ridiculous: I was beginning to get mildly hysterical. I could tell by the way the telephone receiver was crumpling in my hand as I squeezed it. The record company was still insisting that an interview with Ziggy Stardust was impossible due to the fact that he … Continue reading Article: A World Shattering Exclusive! Our Galactic Editor Gavin Petrie Tracks Down… Ziggy Stardust
"Great British Rock Singers. Chris Welch - and Marc Bolan - on David Bowie" (Melody Maker, 1977)
Controversial rock star David Bowie takes the title role in a new production of Bertoldt Brecht's first play, an amoral tale interspersed with songs. Being cast as the anarchic singer and poet might seem appropriate for Bowie, whose own public image shares many of the same characteristics. But, as Henry Fenwick discovers, Bowie's own attitude to life is very different from Baal's.
David Bowie - Lance Loud Crashes His Private Playpen
Transcribed Interview: David Bowie with New Musical Express, Nov 1969
Below is an article from the March 1997 issue of "The Web" magazine, which featured an interview with Robert Levine and David Bowie. Pictures and transcribed article below: Bowie during his "Rave Uncle" phase. The Thin White Duke Plays with New Music, Net Singles, and Online Identities. "If anybody comes up on the net and … Continue reading Article: Cyberspace Oddity by Robert Levine