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UNCUT Bowie special out Thursday

on January 19, 2016

 

“Staying back in your memory”

 

The March 2016 issue of UNCUT pays tribute to David Bowie with 19 pages of content, wherein many of his collaborators, including Carlos Alomar, Reeves Gabrels, Nile Rodgers, Mike Garson, Ken Scott and Herbie Flowers, remember Bowie, while UNCUT’s David Cavanagh has filed an essay on Bowie’s life and legacy.

Go here for more.

 

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More Bowie front covers

on January 19, 2016

 

“Every magazine on every shelf”

 

A few more recent magazine covers for those of you that like to keep up with these things.

 

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100-page Rock&Folk Bowie Special

on January 18, 2016

 

“There’s been many others, so many times”

 

Our good friend Jérôme Soligny has been in touch with details of a Rock&Folk Bowie special (exclusive peek at the cover in our montage), and the current February issue of the regular Rock&Folk magazine.

Over to Jérôme...

 

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When we heard the news on the saddest Monday morning of all, Rock&Folk decided to keep busy and work hard on the special issue we had in mind for years. We never thought it would be an 'in memoriam' issue.

 

Basically, the special is a compilation of some of the

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US and UK trade magazine Bowie specials

on January 18, 2016

 

“Look out your window I can see his light”

 

Billboard (Jan 23) in the US and Music Week (Jan 18) in the UK both have specials celebrating the life and career of David Bowie in their latest issues.

Aside from the pages of tributes in both magazines, Billboard has a beautiful, full page Sukita portrait placed by Warner Music Group/Parlophone with the headline “YOU BLEW OUR MINDS”.

Music Week has a special wraparound cover placed by Columbia with a Bowie front cover underneath that.

There’s also a full-page placed by the Official Charts Company with the legend: “Farewell to the ultimate

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★ in at #1 on Billboard 200 Chart

on January 17, 2016

 

“The toppest top of all the tops”

 

David Bowie’s ★ has gone straight in at the top of the Billboard 200 chart, giving him his first #1 album in the US.

His previous studio album, The Next Day, had been his highest placing on the chart until now, when it reached #2 in 2013.

Check out this Billboard piece regarding this success.

Thanks again to everybody who helped make this happen, particularly those of you that bought the release.

 

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