OK, time for the answers to, and the winners of, the contest for David Buckley's book: David Bowie - The Complete Guide To His Music that we set last week. (11.05.2004 NEWS: WIN DB's GUIDE TO THE MUSIC OF DB)
Firstly, here are the answers to the five Roxy Music related questions:
Q1 - In June 1972, Roxy Music supported David Bowie for the first time where and when?
Croydon Greyhound, Park Lane, Croydon. June 25th 1972. (See above) David remembers this particular show for being the very first time he met Brian Eno, whom, the young Ziggy observed: "was dressed even more glamorously than I was."!
Q2 - David Bowie recorded which Roxy Music song and what two official albums did it appear on?
If There Is Something appeared on Tin Machine II (1991) and Tin Machine Live: Oy Vey, Baby (1992)
Q3 - A former Roxy Music member has worked on four David Bowie studio albums. Name the albums and the man.
Brian Eno worked on Low, "Heroes", Lodger and 1. Outside.
Q4 - Aforementioned former Roxy Music member thanked David on one of his own solo albums. Name the album.
Here's an excerpt from Brian Eno's notes on the back cover of his 1977 solo album, Before and after Science:
Special thanks are due to Achim Roedelius and MÃƒÂ¶bi Moebius ("Cluster") for their advice and encouragement in Cologne, and to Robert Fripp and David Bowie for the same in Berlin.
Q5 - In August 1972, Roxy Music supported David Bowie for his Ziggy Stardust presentation at which famous London venue?
The Rainbow (See above)
I received few wrong answers for this one. However, TRG? spewed out but five BowieNet names, and here they alphabetically are:
Those of you yet to supply your address won't get your prize as quickly as those that already did... so...chop, chop!