Haddon Hall: When David Invented Bowie

February 14, 2017|
Haddon Hall: When David Invented Bowie by Néjib
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Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, The Thin White Duke: David Bowie had an extraordinary talent for reinvention. But at the beginning of his career, he made the most significant transformation of his life: from “David” to Bowie.
In 1969, shortly after the release of his first hit single, David and his girlfriend Angie move into Haddon Hall, a sprawling Victorian villa in the London suburbs. Part commune, part creative hub, the house becomes home to a community of musicians, hippies, and hangers-on. As egos clash and parties get out of hand, David keeps writing: “Changes,” “Kooks,” “Life on Mars”—songs that will propel him to global fame. Charting Bowie’s personal life, the development of his music, and the transformation of his image, Haddon Hall is an evocative portrait of a young artist presiding over a musical revolution.
Title:Haddon Hall: When David Invented BowieFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:146 pages, 10.5 X 8 X 0.75 inShipping dimensions:146 pages, 10.5 X 8 X 0.75 inPublished:February 14, 2017Publisher:Harry N. AbramsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910593265

ISBN - 13:9781910593264

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