And I, I could be King...
Riverside reports are coming thick and fast now, with reports in much of this morning's press here in the UK. Here are a few excerpts from some of the pieces:
The Guardian - An encore featuring a breathtaking version of 1979's Fantastic Voyage restores equilibrium. Bowie exits looking pleased, with good reason. After all, most of his 1970s peers would be hard pushed to fill a sporty hatchback with fans eager to hear their new material, let alone 68 cinemas.
The Daily Star (Includes Brian Rasic pic, see above) - King Of The World - BOWIE MAKES HISTORY AS HE WOWS 50,000 FANS - ROCK god David Bowie is back! The British legend has launched his new album Reality with a groundbreaking concert beamed live to cinemas all over the world. (Click on image above to read rest of article on the MBs)
The Independent Review (Includes another Brian Rasic shot) - ...the magnitude of the audience is impressive. After this, Bowie's world tour almost seems like an unnecessary chore. (Blammo note: Shhhh. You'll give him ideas!)
Daily Mirror - (Includes yet another Brian Rasic pic) (Blammo note: Under the heading: Bowie won't do Bondage, this piece is mainly about how David explained his disinterest in all things post-Connery Bond, including turning down offers to record a Bond theme and an offer to play a Bond villain!)
The Sun - Anyone looking at rock legend David Bowie nowadays could be forgiven for thinking he's some kind of alien. Bowie, 56, resembles a Space Oddity - who just happens to dress like David Beckham's big brother. But in Reality - his latest album - The Thin White Duke proves that he's still in sparkling form...On the whole Bowie looks great, sounds great and is more relaxed and confident than ever.