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Catalogue No.BSDB001
LocationHilversum, The Netherlands
Print QualityFine Art Digital Print

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David Bowie, Hilversum 1974
by Barry Schultz
David Bowie is also known as the chameleon for his many different styles. This picture was taken during a television recording of Rebel Rebel. It was one of Bowies last performances in the Ziggy Stardust outfit. The recording was used worldwide as a promotion-clip.
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Barry Schultz was lucky to have photographed some of the biggest and most important names in rock music during the 1970s. It was a wonderful and crazy time. He had no idea that he was recording (rock) history. Nobody knew. They were all young and working in an industry that wasn’t considered an ‘industry’ at the time. His two homes at the time were Los Angeles and Amsterdam.
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