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David Bowie The Man Who Changed the World

 Author: Wim Hendrikse  Category: Biography  Publisher: New Generation Publishing  Published: April 2, 2013  ISBN-13: 9780755215515  Pages: 454  Language: English  Dimension: 17 x 2.33 x 24.4 cm - 6.7 x 0.9 x 9.6 inches

This book takes you deep into David Bowie’s world. An honest and fascinating portrait of a very complex personality, in the seventies, Bowie was the King of Glitter Rock, the trendsetter. He is a songwriter, singer, actor, performer, and artist. He is regarded as one of the most influential pop musicians ever. Bowie is best known for his bizarre and decadent unisexual and bisexual behaviour. His life and career tell a story of drugs, sex, very high peaks and deep lows, and the exploitation of his androgynous looks. The result of almost 40 years of research, this is the most complete and best balanced book about David Bowie that has ever been written.

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