Bowie

Album by Album

Bowie

Introduction by: Robert Elms
Introducing the essential companion to a music icon, Bowie: Album by Album features a discography of studio albums, live albums, notable compilations and soundtracks of David Bowie’s legendary achievements.

When the news of David Bowie’s death broke, just two days after the release of his final album, Blackstar, the music world was rocked by the loss of this visionary icon. Bowie: Album by Album is the ultimate celebration of his entire career. Longtime fans and new followers alike can explore in detail every album and every track—from his eponymous 1967 debut album, through his monumental rise in the seventies, including The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Station to Station, Low, and Heroes, and culminating in the critically acclaimed Blackstar. Longtime fans and new followers alike can explore in detail every album and every track—from his eponymous 1967 debut album, through his monumental rise in the seventies, including The Rise and Fall of Ziggy StardustAladdin SaneStation to StationLow, and Heroes, and culminating in the critically acclaimed Blackstar

Featuring a galaxy of rare and iconic images from the world’s leading photographers, fans will love iconic images from album covers and performances from across the decades. These are combined with more intimate, behind-the-scenes images that reveal the musician at work. Written by acclaimed music critic Paolo Hewitt, the text assesses the writing and recording of each release, and reflects on their impact and influence on the art of popular music. Featuring a discography of studio albums, live albums, notable compilations and soundtracks, this is the essential companion to David Bowie’s legendary achievements.
  • Insight Editions | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781608879212 | 
  • October 2016
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About the Author

Paolo Hewitt

Paolo Hewitt is a British journalist and author of over twenty titles covering such subjects as music, fashion, and soccer. He has written for Melody Maker and NME, Vogue Germany, and The Sunday Times. Among other titles, he is the author of The Small Faces: The Young Mod’s Forgotten Story and Alan McGee and the Story of Creation Records, as well as various works of fiction. He lives in London. Robert Elms is a writer, broadcaster, and radio show host for BBC London. He is also a former columnist for NME and The Face, and author of The Way We Wore: A Life in ThreadsM, a book about fashion’s relationship between music and youth culture. He lives in London.

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