Mick Rock has done a re-edit
David Bowie‘s promotional video for “Life On Mars?” has been re-edited by the original director, Mick Rock.
You can watch his reworked version below.
“I had an amazing subject and an amazing song – this was the song that had turned me on to David – so what else did I need?” Rock told the Guardian. “David never looked like this at any other time. He never wore that suit again, never had that makeup on again. He never looked more amazing – like a space doll.”
Meanwhile, the BBC have announced details of a new documentary, David Bowie: The Last Five Years, which will focus on the three major projects of Bowie’s last five years – the best-selling albums, The Next Day and Blackstar, alongside the musical Lazarus.
It is due to air in January 2017.
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