David Bowie Newspaper Book
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130 pages of newspaper articles about David Bowie's musical career, acting roles, marriages, battles with drug addiction and eclectic fashion sense.
After the success of his first single, Space Oddity, David Bowie's musical genius and personal life were widely covered in the press. The book opens with an article from 1973 containing interviews with him and his first wife Angie, who is expecting their son, Zowie.
Throughout the 70s, his controversial dress sense, sexual orientation and drug-fuelled on-stage antics feature heavily. By the 80s, stories of a cleaner, more focused man can be read, with the main focus being on his budding acting career, further successful studio albums and charitable work.
In later years, Bowie remarries and starts a family in the US. There are also many rumours about the deterioration of his health for many years leading up to his eventual death in January 2016. The extensive tributary articles about his life and works after his passing end the book.
The book can be personalised with a name (up to 25 characters) and message (five lines of up to 30 characters each). It comes in a gift box and would make a great birthday, Christmas, Mother's Day or Father's Day gift for a David Bowie fan.