Inspired by our upcoming David Bowie-themed Yuri’s Night party, Ground Control to Major Party, at the National Air and Space Museum, let’s take a look at some Bowie-themed podcast, both individual episodes and full series!
Paste Magazine’s limited series The Archive unearthed a pair of vintage Bowie interviews, one from 1978 and one from 1983. They’re both great and find our hero in two different but equally great points in his career.
Who’s better, David Bowie or Bob Dylan? Don’t make me pick!!! These two don’t get like, compared against each other a lot I don’t think, but I understand why you would, if you wanted to! The two dudes at the Bowie vs. Dylan podcast take a look at the careers of these two titans of 20th century rock music, to get to the bottom of this unfair, divisive question. Also the answer is David Bowie.
Bowie was an avid reader, and was quick to recommend the books he was passionate about. The Bowie Book Club is a podcast where two friends read their way through a diverse and omnivorous list of Bowie-approved works, like Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood and Raw by Art Speigelman and Francoise Mouly.
The A to Z of David Bowie is a comprehensive look at the life and career of the Thin White Duke, going deep on just about every element of all things Bowie.
The Stage Left Podcast has a great interview with longtime Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti, getting into the nitty gritty of what it’s like in the studio working on masterpiece after masterpiece with our friend David.
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