“Popular musics and aftershocks”
Issue #6 of the excellent Classic Pop magazine has a ten page cover feature entitled: When Bowie Went Pop.
The magazine reassesses Bowie’s work in the eighties via some of the musicians that worked with him during the period, as it attempts to explore “how David Bowie's music defined the 1980s pop landscape”.
The article, written by Andy Price, also studies the work that Bowie made during that decade - from the albums Scary Monsters to Never Let Me Down and the tours, soundtracks, film, television and stage work that Bowie crammed into the 80s.
The mag is on sale this coming Thursday 1st August and digital versions can be downloaded here.