The Age of Bowie

The Age of Bowie

Author and industry insider Paul Morley explores the musical and cultural legacies left behind by "The Man Who Fell to Earth."

Respected arts commentator and author Paul Morley, an artistic advisor to the curators of the highly successful retrospective exhibition David Bowie is for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, constructs a definitive story of Bowie that explores how he worked, played, aged, structured his ideas, influenced others, invented the future, and… (more)

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Editorial reviews (2 reviews)

As it draws to its close, The Age of Bowie becomes mildly repetitive in its contention that Bowie was in total control of everything he did, as if even his bad music was made deliberately.

In Morley’s vision, Bowie sits in the dark, thinking about the life he has had, wondering if it can possibly get any darker in there, when “a voice says I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you for everything.”

Book Details  

Publisher: Gallery Books (August 09, 2016)

Parent ISBN: 9781501151170

Page count: 496 pages

File size: 26 MB

Language: English

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