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I'm only about a year older than Bowie's son, so while I remember certain key Ziggy/Diamond Dogs/Young Americans songs, his appearance on Soul Train, and his duet with Bing Crosby, I was much too young in those days to realize "all those singers" was actually the same man. Learning the full extent of Bowie's work during the 70s came a lot later for me, and this book is a great reference!
As much as I can imagine it would be the work of a lifetime to give Bowie's entire career from 1958, when young Davy Jones first performed at (I think?) a Boy Scouts fête as an 11 year old to the release of his final masterpiece in 2016 the same treatment, if Mr Griffin could do it, I'd definitely buy it.
Day by day illuminations on his life and creative work 1970 -1980.
A study of the young artistic innovator and truly one-of-a kind soul.
An essential for the library of all true appreciators of beloved Bowie!