- N i g h t F l i g h t’s Raw Interview with David Bowie 1996. David Bowie (1996 Interview): From M Scarpa: Back in 1996 interview with David Bowie just after his 50th birthday party @ MSG for c|net when I was working as the NY Bureau chief. We talked for about two hours about a variety of subjects including artists he liked and technology he was using at the time. In short, it was a day I will not forget. Thank you David for being such a great influence and a generous soul (23:45)
- David Bowie: Video Killed The Radio Star The Golden Years of Music Video 2013: David Bowie discusses his own game changing videos in this VKRS documentary. As Bowie’s persona morphs through time, so do his videos. Interviews are sourced from MTV Archives from 1985 and 1997. Highlights include Bowie’s own thoughts on the videos; a rare look at the sexy uncensored China Girl video MTV refused to play due to Bowie’s brief nudity and sensuality; and Bowie and Mick Jagger creating their landmark LIVE AID video Dancing in the Street. Also includes interviews with Robert Elms, David Mallet and Tim Pope. Bowie, and music video directors David Mallett and Tim Pope, discuss the challenges, expense, and visions behind Bowie’s music videos. Highlights include Bowie’s own thoughts on the videos, and a never before seen look at the sexy uncensored “China Girl” video that MTV refused to play due to Bowie’s brief nudity and strong sensuality. We also get a detailed inside look at how Bowie and Mick Jagger created their landmark video for Live Aid, “Dancing in the Street.” Other songs and videos featured during the episode include: “Space Oddity,” “The Jean Genie,” “Ashes to Ashes,” Blue Jean,” “Let’s Dance,” and “Heroes.”(22:15)
- David Bowie ‘Iconic’ Date: May 6, 2016: This music documentary takes an unauthorized look at the life of enigmatic rock superstar David Bowie, beginning with his formative years in London to his meteoric rise as one of most versatile performers and showmen in the history of popular music. He gained fame in the late 60’s with the smash hit Space Oddity. His rise to stardom was gradual but inevitable.His passion, for music, has allowed him to sell over 140 million albums worldwide. In 1996, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. David Bowie was one of the hardest working men in show business. This is the true story of how a boy, from South London, persevered and changed music forever. Basically this “documentary” is broken up into 3 different raw footage interviews, one from 1996 probably raw interview footage from MTV. Another from the 70’s (US TV ’The Dick Cavett Show’ 11/05/74: Episode No.1539, Season No.7.), One from 1987 (Glass Spiders Period). All are great and candid just straight conversation with the man himself. (60:25)
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