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David Bowie is being talked about in Guardian Weekend

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on February 23, 2013

“And as the sunrise stream, Flickers on me, My friends talk”

Well, the accompanying visual element to this story says it all.

Go read contributions from the twenty one folk listed below here

George Underwood, artist and lifelong friend
Ken Scott, produced several early Bowie albums
Dana Gillespie, singer and teenage squeeze 
Lindsay Kemp, taught Bowie dance and mime
"Whispering" Bob Harris, DJ and friend in Bowie's early days
Mick "Woody" Woodmansey, Spiders From Mars drummer
Geeling Ng, starred in the China Girl video
Toni Basil, choreographed the Diamond Dogs and Glass Spider tours
Julien Temple, directed Bowie in pop videos and Absolute Beginners
Roger Taylor, Queen drummer
Sterling Campbell, drummer
Tony Selznick, taught Bowie to roller-skate for the Day-In Day-Out video
Adrian Belew, guitarist
Tim Pope, video director
Paul Tibbitt, recruited Bowie to provide a voice for animated TV series SpongeBob SquarePants
Édouard Lock, choreographer and artistic director on world tours
Kenneth Pitt, manager from 1966 to 1970
Geoff MacCormack, lifelong friend
Ricky Gardiner, guitarist during the Berlin period
Mike Garson, keyboards, Bowie's longest-serving musician
Zachary Alford, drummer on recent tours and albums, including the forthcoming The Next Day
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    23 February 2013
    David Bowie is being talked about in Guardian Weekend

    “And as the sunrise stream, Flickers on me, My friends talk”

    Well, the accompanying visual element to this story says it all.

    Go read contributions from the twenty one folk listed below here

    George Underwood, artist and lifelong friend
    Ken Scott, produced several early Bowie albums
    Dana Gillespie, singer and teenage squeeze 
    Lindsay Kemp, taught Bowie dance and mime
    "Whispering" Bob Harris, DJ and friend in Bowie's early days
    Mick "Woody" Woodmansey, Spiders From Mars drummer
    Geeling Ng, starred in the China Girl video
    Toni Basil, choreographed the Diamond Dogs and Glass Spider tours
    Julien Temple, directed Bowie in pop videos and Absolute Beginners
    Roger Taylor, Queen drummer
    Sterling Campbell, drummer
    Tony Selznick, taught Bowie to roller-skate for the Day-In Day-Out video
    Adrian Belew, guitarist
    Tim Pope, video director
    Paul Tibbitt, recruited Bowie to provide a voice for animated TV series SpongeBob SquarePants
    Édouard Lock, choreographer and artistic director on world tours
    Kenneth Pitt, manager from 1966 to 1970
    Geoff MacCormack, lifelong friend
    Ricky Gardiner, guitarist during the Berlin period
    Mike Garson, keyboards, Bowie's longest-serving musician
    Zachary Alford, drummer on recent tours and albums, including the forthcoming The Next Day