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New Helen Green gif for WCIBN?

on September 22, 2016


“Time may change me ”


In celebration of tomorrow’s worldwide release of David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976), Helen Green Art (whose animations Bowie fans will already know very well), has created this beautiful piece of work, right here.


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UNCUT WCIBN? promo goody bag giveaway

on September 19, 2016


“I’ve got some real nice stuff here in my bag”


In celebration of the release of David Bowie‘s new box set: Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976), this coming Friday (23rd), UNCUT magazine has six promo goody bags to give away.


Each prize includes: one slip mat, one tote bag and one t-shirt.


As previously mentioned, David Bowie is the cover star of the current UNCUT and you can enter the contest here.



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WCIBN? Album Focus: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

on September 18, 2016


“And once there were sunbirds to soar with”


As you know, Live Nassau Coliseum ’76 is currently the selected album from the upcoming David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set.


Recorded live at the Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY, U.S.A., 23rd March, 1976, the album is the official document of the Isolar/Station To Station tour.


Bowie’s band for the shows (collectively known as Raw Moon) consisted of: Carlos Alomar (rhythm guitar), Stacy Heydon (lead guitar), Dennis Davis (drums and percussion), George Murray (bass) and Tony Kaye (keyboards and synthesisers). Bowie himself

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Exclusive Terry O’Neill Bowie/Burroughs contest

on September 18, 2016


“Because you're young - you'll meet a stranger some night”


We’ve teamed up with Iconic Images Ltd and Red Engine Media to give away a print of David Bowie and William Burroughs signed by Terry O’Neill. Included in this book for the first time are images from this lost session, reproduced from a packet of negatives recently recovered during the production of the book.


For your chance to win, simply sign up to the mailing list at - if you’ve previously signed up, you will be automatically re-entered.


BOWIE BY O’NEILL presents legendary photographer Terry

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Seven-page Bowie cover feature in Rock&Folk

on September 17, 2016


“You Belong In Rock&Folk”


Friend of every rock star on Earth (probably), Jérôme Soligny, has been in touch with details of the next edition of Rock&Folk magazine. (R&F590)


In the issue, Jérôme looks at the upcoming The Man Who Fell To Earth 4K release and the accompanying 40th anniversary book.


Elsewhere he gives space to The Gouster/Young Americans, (from the WCIBN? Box set), interviewing some of those that were there at the time, including musicians/producers/sound engineers etc., who were happy to share their memories, including some of the "unsung heroes".


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