Bowie

Bowie By Jerry Hopkins, Bowie None
  • Title: Bowie
  • Author: Jerry Hopkins
  • ISBN: 9780241115480
  • Page: 222
  • Format: None
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    1. I have read a lot of negative reviews about this book and many seem to be for the reason that it was published in 1986 and misses out a large proportion of Bowie s life and career However, I don t see this as a bad thing, and actually think it gave room for a much detailed look at his early life, his relationship with Angie, the birth of Zowie and his gradual decent into worldwide stardom It also focuses deeply on Bowie s life as an actor, in motion films and on stage I found this aspect of the [...]


    2. Not the worst Bowie bio there are far worse , but certainly the least interesting Published in 1985, it missed the second half of Bowie s life, but it doesn t uncover new insights even in the period it does cover.


    3. Bowie has been a recent obsession of mine so reading a book about his life seemed like the next natural progression after listening to Low while I slept Unfortunately the author of this book can t keep up with the subject and although it was interesting to read some of the details about his stage show with the Diamond Dogs tour which pisses me off because I wasn t alive in the 70 s, well only the end of 79 the slow journalistic style of the book doesn t keep up with him I ve heard good things ab [...]


    4. This book a biography of David Bowie, if you can t tell is highly interesting and informative I recommend it, but with two caveats 1 Being published in 1985, it misses out on a LOT of Bowie s career.2 The author seems to cast Bowie in a somewhat disapproving light To be fair, the man had some irresponsible times in the seventies, which is largely the period focused on in the book I, however, am a diehard fan, and I kind of wanted to challenge Mr Hopkins to a duel for David Bowie s honor Just a l [...]


    5. Good biography of Bowie, though as it was published in 1985 it finishes with the Serious Moonlight tour in 1984 In the later years Bowie comes off as being a not very pleasant character, shunning his mother and mentally ill older half brother who committed suicide at the time the book was published.


    6. basically useless the opening bit is pretty bowdlerized re pitt and kemp also, it deems conversation piece throw away, which is pretty unforgivable I am not sure why I read this.


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