David Bowie The Video Archives 2013 Volume XXIV (Five Years 2013 Documentary)


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An intimate portrait of five key years in David Bowie’s career. Featuring a wealth of previously unseen archive this film looks at how Bowie continually evolved, from Ziggy Stardust to the soul star of Young Americans and the ‘Thin White Duke’. It explores his regeneration in Berlin with the critically acclaimed album Heroes, his triumph with Scary Monsters and his global success with Let’s Dance. With interviews with all his closest collaborators, this film investigates how Bowie became an icon of our times. (90 Minutes)

Features the following Interviews:

David Bowie (archive footage)
Rick Wakeman
John Harrisris, journalist, author
Ken Scott, co-producer ‘Hunky Dory’
Mick Ronson (archive footage)
Charles Shaar Murray, music journalist
Trevor Bolder
Angie Bowie (archive footage)
Camille Paglia, social critic, author
Ava Cherry, back-up singer
Carlos Alomar
Luther Vandross (archive footage)
Nelson George, culture critic
Robin Clark, back-up singer
Geoff MacGormack, David Bowie’s childhood friend, back-up singer
Russell Harty (archive footage)
Earl Slick
Dennis Davis, drummer
Brian Eno
Tony Visconti, co-producer ‘Young Americans’
David Mallet
Nile Rodgers Co-Producer ‘Let’s Dance’
Carmine Rojas

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Weight.25 lbs


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