Bowie Land – Matt M.
There will be a lot to say and a lot said about David Bowie over the next few weeks and with good reason. As an artist his work was outrageous, intimate, and immediately personal. Each persona, each album marked out something in what, at times, felt like a global psyche. I was covering a morning shift for a friend at an FM station back in 1984 when the station manager rushed into the studio. “Play this next,” he said and thrust a just opened package into my hands. It wasn’t a suggestion. Read more »