BOWIE BY O’NEILL – OPEN EDTION

SKU: BK-342 BOOK BOWIE

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BOWIE BY O’NEILL – OPEN EDTION

BOWIE BY O’NEILL contains over 180 photographs, taken over an almost thirty year partnership, including specially commissioned reinterpretations of Terry O’Neill’s work throughout.

Measuring 9.5 x 13.5 inches ( 240 x 345 mm) and containing 288 pages, the book is printed on heavyweight art paper in Italy, published by Red Engine.

BOWIE BY O’NEILL contains never-before and rarely seen photos from a nearly thirty year partnership, including images from the last Ziggy Stardust performance, the studio recording session for Young Americans, stage performances from Station to Station, set photography from The Man Who Fell to Earth and the now iconic photo session for Diamond Dogs.

Included for the first time are images from the lost David Bowie and William Burroughs sessions, recovered during the production of this book, along with re-printed articles from Melody Maker and Rolling Stone Magazines.

If you’re interested in David Bowie, we also recommend: Strange Fascination by David Buckley and the Limited Signed Edition of Bowie By O’Neill 


Singer, songwriter and actor, David Bowie was surely one of the most influential musicians of the 20th and early 21st century. Publishing music from 1964 until his untimely death in 2016, Bowie had notched up an incredible 27 studio albums, 11 live albums, 51 compilation albums and 128 singles. His final album, Blackstar, was released only 2 days before his death in January 2016.

Moving effortlessly through Art Rock to Glam Rock, to Post Punk, Pop and Electronic, Bowie is the subject of dozens of books. We are lucky enough to feature some of the best in our collection. The Terry O Neil limited editions, the biography Ziggyology by Simon Goddard or the Golden Years, a day-by-day account of Bowie’s life from the start of 1970 to the end of 1980 are among the options we have to offer.

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