Following on from our covetable Beatles Red & Blue Collectors’ Series, MOJO is proud to present a two-part extravaganza dedicated to the Dame himself, David Bowie.
Bowie Changes 1947-1975, on sale now, begins with the story of his childhood in South London and ends with 1975's Station To Station, the climax of his adventures in drug-fuelled creativity. In between are fascinating features on his ’60s mod era, the making of his first great album, 1971’s Hunky Dory, his dramatic transformation into Ziggy Stardust in 1972, the love affair with contemporary American soul music that inspired Young Americans in 1975, and the story behind his appearance in Nic Roeg’s iconic sci-fi film, The Man Who Fell To Earth.
Bowie Changes 1947-1975 comes in a special gatefold sleeve, with room for the second volume, and you can order a copy from us now:
Bowie Changes 1976-2016 covers his ‘Berlin Trilogy’, the New Romantic era, his 1980s MTV megastar success, and beyond to the singer’s acting career, experimental ’90s and extraordinary comeback before his untimely death in 2016.
Bowie Changes 1976-2016 goes on sale December 28, but you can pre-order now a bundle of both Bowie Changes volumes at a discounted rate, and get Bowie Changes 1947-1975 delivered to your home straight away.
Missed our Beatles Red & Blue issues? We still have a few left in stock; get them while you can: