Ultimate Music Guide: David Bowie

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Ch–ch–ch–ch–Changes! The latest Ultimate Music Guide, from the makers of Uncut, is our biggest yet: a 180–page extravaganza dedicated to the charismatic, shape–shifting genius of David Bowie.

In the tradition of our previous specials on The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, John Lennon and U2, The Ultimate Music Guide: Bowie combines classic old interviews with incisive new reviews of every Bowie album. It tells the story of how David Jones survived a host of failed ’60s groups, had a freak hit with “Space Oddity”, then began creating new sounds, new masterpieces and new personae with a speed and brilliance unmatched in rock history.

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