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Db Picks Up The Thread Again In Latest Journal

on April 13, 2003

What kind of affliction requires David Bowie to have to wear this
incredibly strange piece of apparatus? Click on it now to find out.

Do you see that thing?

In his latest instalment, David Bowie picks up where he left off in his last journal entry. He also explains just why he may have to wear the bizarre contraption above during future concert appearances.

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Db & Tv Back Bowienetter In Amnesty Great Wall Walk

on April 12, 2003

DB recording Safe in 1998. Photograph by TV.

I keep a photograph, It burns my wall with time...

As visitors to the MBs will already know, BowieNetter Alboreto has decided to auction the above Bowie photo on ebaY. But this is no ordinary picture, it's an unpublished shot that was taken by Tony Visconti during the recording of Safe back in 1998. The Safe session marked the first DB/TV collaboration since the recording of Baal in 1981.

This ultra glossy 6.5" x 4" photo card print was kindly donated by Tony, and signed by both DB and TV, so that Alboreto might raise some extra cash for his

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A&e Live By Request... Watch It Here On Bowienet

on April 12, 2003

I'll say "Don't ask me..."

Back in June of last year David Bowie and his band performed a marvellous set of live songs to an invited audience of fans and BowieNet contest winners. The event was the A&E Live by Request show in New York, and here are the tracks that were broadcast at the time:

Fame - Changes - China Girl - Slow Burn - Starman - Let's Dance - Slip Away - Ziggy Stardust - "Heroes" - 5:15 The Angels Have Gone - Sound + Vision - Ashes To Ashes - I'm Afraid of Americans...

The show has since been broadcast in Europe too, but it seems a few of you have still to see it.

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David Bowie: The First Fourteen Years!

on April 11, 2003

And I'm gone through a crack in the past...

BowieNetters Peter Foulstone and Alex Alexander have just completed the latest of their fascinating limited edition fan publications. The series has collected together rare pictures and press cuttings from deep within the vaults of Bowie history, and each of the books so far has been a valuable resource for the collector and casual fan alike...David Robert Jones 1947-1961 is no exception.

Here's the blurb from the boys:

David Bowie brand new book, David Robert Jones 1947-1961

28 glorious pages in handy A5 size.

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Bowie Interview And Clobber Special In Vogue

on April 10, 2003

Sees the pictures of herself, Every magazine on every shelf...

The May issue of VOGUE is a real treat for Bowie fans and fashion freaks alike. Not only does the front cover of this edition have a nicely-timed Aladdin Sane flash across the face of Kate Moss, but it also boasts a six page pictorial feature of Kate wearing a few of the more memorable items of clothing from David's seventies wardrobe.

These incredible shots of Ms Moss were taken by the quite brilliant Nick Knight, and the timeless look of the outfits on Kate belies the fact that they are around thirty years old.