Documentary Of The Week – David Bowie: Sound And Vision

While listening to David Bowie’s Blackstar the other day, I was just talking about how glad we all should be to have a 69-year-old artist like him still able to create quality music that defies trends.

Unfortunately, today we woke up with the sad news of his death. Here at ANR we would like to remember him with this documentary, David Bowie: Sound And Vision.

David Bowie: Sound & Vision was released in 2002 and collates Bowie’s revolutionary career, troubled personal life and current achievements both in and out of the music spotlight.

The interviews with Bowie himself along with his wife, Iman, provide personal insights and musical contemporaries Moby, Iggy Pop and Trent Razor play homage to Bowie’s work.

Footage of exhilarating live performances illuminate this rock ‘n’ roll showman and music video and film clips showcase an outstanding talent spanning over 30 years. This feature also looks at Bowie today and highlights his many passions and involvements with films, acting, design and art.

Rest in peace, David.

Also, if you would like to know more about a timeless tune like Heroes, this old Sound on Sound article is a recommended read.

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