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Your Staring Role In Bowies Next Video

on April 29, 1999

In keeping with our quest for cool stuff to do, David has asked that members send in video taped questions for him to answer (ala Ask David).

Simply break out that cam-corder, and video tape yourself asking David a question. We will review the tapes and then Mr. Bowie will answer you in video format as well. Fun!

Here are a couple of ground-rules:

1. 5 question limit
2. We will ONLY accept the folling formates: 8mm, Hi8, VHS, and PAL.
3. We will NOT be returning these tapes.
4. Clearly print your name and email address on your tapes.


OK, if you want to try and impress us with your talents, go

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Tvc 15 And We Are The Dead

on April 29, 1999

23 years ago today (April 30, 1976), the TVC 15 single was releasedwith We Are The Dead as the B-side

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Recommended By David!

on April 29, 1999
If you're in the New York area on Saturday, May1st, check out the gig by "Geechee Goddess Hardcore Warrior Soul" Tamaraat CBGB's, 311 Bowery & Bleecker. Tamara goes on at 12:30 AM. Wellworth checking out! For more on Tamara, see David's Journal of March29th.
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Special Feature: Fashion Collectable

on April 28, 1999

We found this Bowie collectable in the "Bowie Vaults" and thought you would enjoy seeing it. Entitled "FASHIONS 7" Picture Disc Collection" this collectors edition of picture discs (yes, that's right, on vinyl) was released by RCA in the UK, November of 1982. RCA only released a limited edition of 25,000. These images have been floating around the web lately, so we wanted to show you what the FASHION was all about.

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Pennebaker Interview

on April 28, 1999

The films of D.A. Pennebaker have left an indelible mark on pop and rock.Filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus have worked with artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, The Who, and Bowie, just to name a few. Pennebaker filmed the Bowie Classic "Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars: The Motion Picture" which commemorated Bowie's farewell to Ziggy tour of 1973. In a recent article promoting a new Hendrix project, Pennybaker talks about the making of the Ziggy film and working with Bowie.

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