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Three more TMWFTE book pictures

on August 23, 2016

 

“Turn to the left”*

 

We’re posting exclusive pictures from the 40th anniversary The Man Who Fell To Earth book throughout this week.

 

Register your name and email now for EARLY advance pre-order access, plus get the exclusive "10 Things You Didn't Know about The Man Who Fell To Earth" PDF Booklet when you do. (http://smarturl.it/RegisterTMWFTEbook)

 

Swipe/scroll (or click on little dots) for extra images and come back tomorrow for more.

 

*OK, pedants might argue that DB is turning to the right. However, he is turning to his left, along with the figurines in the window behind him.

 

 

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Another preview of TMWFTE book pictures

on August 22, 2016

 

“The thinker sits alone”

 

As we promised yesterday, we will be posting exclusive pictures from the 40th anniversary The Man Who Fell To Earth book throughout the week.

 

Register your name and email now for EARLY advance pre-order access, plus get the exclusive "10 Things You Didn't Know about The Man Who Fell To Earth" PDF Booklet when you do. (http://smarturl.it/RegisterTMWFTEbook)

 

Swipe/scroll (or click on little dots) for extra images and come back tomorrow for more.

 

 

#TMWFTEbook  #TheManWhoFellToEarth  #TMWFTE  #TJNewton   

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WCIBN? Album Focus: David Live

on August 22, 2016

 

“And he was alright, the band was all together...”

 

In celebration of the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re continuing our album focus on the next title in the box: David Live.

 

As previously mentioned, David Live is the document of The Year Of The Diamond Dogs Tour of Canada and North America in 1974.

 

It was the first official live Bowie album and it was preceded by the single Knock On Wood, which was taken from it.

 

Check it out now on Spotify.

 

 

#WCIBNBox  #WhoCanIBeNowBox  #BowieDavidLive

 

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Exclusive preview of TMWFTE book pictures

on August 21, 2016

 

“I think that Mr Newton has had enough”

 

As you can see from the clapperboard in the picture here, forty one years ago today was the very day that the final scene of The Man Who Fell To Earth was shot.

 

Over the next week we will be posting some exclusive pictures from the 40th anniversary The Man Who Fell To Earth book.

 

As we told you yesterday, the seven-day countdown for the book pre-order is on. Register your name and email now for EARLY advance pre-order access, plus get the exclusive "10 Things You Didn't Know about The Man Who Fell To Earth" PDF Booklet when you do. (

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WCIBN? Album Focus: Diamond Dogs - Day 5

on August 21, 2016

 

“It's safe in the city, to love in a doorway”

 

Ahead of the release of the David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set, we’re running a weekly album focus. Today is the last day of Diamond Dogs before we look at David Live tomorrow, the record of the tour that took Diamond Dogs on the road.

 

Despite the Diamond Dogs cover still depicting Bowie with the Ziggy look he was about to shed, one of the things that was striking about the album at the time was its incredibly fresh and new sound, unlike anything else around in 1974.

 

This intention is borne out by Tony Visconti’s Diamond

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