Reflections On David Bowie

Posted by admin on Saturday Jan 16, 2016 Under Art, David Bowie, Life's A Gas, Magic, Marc Bolan, Music, Rock'n'Roll, Verbal


BP Fallon being interviewed about David Bowie on UTV News by Paul Colgan

Last Monday seems like a year ago now, a dream. It still feels like a dream. David Bowie is dead.

On Monday, a shocked and saddened BP Fallon spoke to Neil Delamere on Today FM, to Joe Duffy on RTE Radio 1’s ‘Liveline’ and was interviewed on UTV television news. BP then joined Paul McLoone in the Today FM studio for Paul’s David Bowie tribute show.

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BP Fallon speaking to Paul McLoone about David Bowie


Audio above: The Paul McLoone David Bowie Tribute Show with BP Fallon and the voice of David Bowie plus on the phone Joe Elliott and Pete Holidai (edited). Produced by Kate Brennan Harding

And a few photographs from the archives of elevation:

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Ziggy & Iggy in his T.Rex t-shirt & Lou. Dorchester Hotel, London. Photography by Mick Rock

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David Bowie as Tilda Swinton & Tilda Swinton as DB

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Mick Ronson & Ziggy

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David & Marc on Marc’s tv show 1977

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Magical Roots – London 1968

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“The stars look very different today…”

To David, with love. As BP Fallon said on Facebook and Twitter, “We are so lucky to have choogled thru life w/ David Bowie as one of our guides & inspirations ♫ ♪” x

One Response to “Reflections On David Bowie”

  1. Andrea Batlemento Says:

    Thank you for your beautiful tribute to my first love…David Bowie. I brag that David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars at Cobo Hall in Detroit was my very first concert…at 14 years of age. I had never seen anything like it (the glitter, the glamour, the most beautiful man on earth!) it absolutely changed my life. On David Bowie’s 69th birthday I wrote on my FB page – today I celebrate your life because you made mine magical…I’m an alligator! Still numb at the news that saddened much of the world. R.I.P. David Bowie