David Bowie - Bowie Odyssey 71 by Simon Goddard
Experience David Bowie's trailblazing decade through an epic literary journey with Simon Goddard's "Bowie Odyssey 71". 1971 saw Bowie struggling for success during this time of hot pants, sexual liberation, and moral uproar in Britain. His search for the spark of inspiration led him to the London club scene and Glastonbury, as well as the New York streets with Lou Reed and Iggy Pop. It was here that the fuel for Bowie's iconic Seventies songs, personas, and fashion emerged. With this sequel to "Bowie Odyssey 70", Goddard provides an immersive narrative of the world surrounding Bowie and the impact he made during 1971. Praised by Classic Rock and Mike Scott of The Waterboys, this book is a must-have for any true Bowie fan.