A fresh, and very personal, look at Bowie's amazing life, looking at the most significant places that shaped him and which had the greatest influence on his music. From his childhood in Brixton and Bromley to his last days in Manhattan and Upstate New York, on the way we discover his love for Mustique, his time in Switzerland, the coke-fuelled years in LA and his brilliant creative period in Berlin with Iggy Pop. Also includes Lake Fenton New Mexico, Rarotonga, Sydney, Tokyo, Helsinki, Vienna, Glastonbury, Philadelphia, Paris, Montreal and extensive trips on the Trans-Siberian and on the QE2 (Bowie had a great fear of flying). Includes maps of the major tours and of Bowie's favourite haunts in Manhattan. If you love Bowie, you'll love this.
ISBN: 978-1909051-60-7. 136 pages. HBK
Publication: 14th October 2018
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