Posted September 08, 2018 08:22:36 David Bowie’s life story is full of highs and lows, but the singer’s most famous work, the ‘Starman’, has never been without its moments of joy and suffering.
Here are some of the most memorable moments in the legendary artist’s career.
The Great Escape from the Prison of Love in 1977The iconic song ‘I’m in Love’ was recorded at Bowie’s home in Surrey in 1977, in the midst of a life-changing time for him.
He was serving a life sentence for the murder of an American tour manager named Bobbi Baker, and his family was under constant threat.
He broke down and begged for help, but his pleas were ignored and the songwriter was locked in a cell.
He wrote the lyrics for the song as a last-ditch plea to escape the prison.
Bowie spent two months there and managed to escape.
But after months of solitary confinement, his release came at a heavy cost.
He began to experience the physical effects of his ordeal.
He lost his hearing and suffered severe eye damage, and he developed ulcers in his eyes.
He eventually had to undergo surgery to repair the damage.
The Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989Bowie, who was on his way to the US to perform at the Met Gala, was in Germany at the time.
He recorded the album ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and then took a plane back to London to meet with his mother, who had returned from the Berlin wall.
After he arrived back in London, Bowie took off his wig and left it behind, and went to his father’s home to change into his new uniform.
He returned to his apartment, and after a brief conversation, he discovered that his mother had been murdered.
Bowie’s sister, Sharon, was also shot in the head.
He went back to his room and began writing a new song.
He later described it as a ‘love song’, which is the closest he came to saying ‘love’ when he wrote the song.
A Moment of Truth in 1995Bowie recorded his breakthrough album, ‘Blackstar’, with the help of producer Dave Brubeck, a friend of Bowie’s.
It was a groundbreaking album, but it also sparked the release of his debut solo album, Blackstar.
In the song ‘A Moment of Silence’, he recalls the moment when he first discovered the Beatles.
He sings, ‘It’s just the Beatles I know and love.’
He says that the moment was “incredible”.
The Queen of Pop in 1996Bowie was in the middle of a world tour when his mother died, and Bowie’s father left the family.
He took over the family business, but continued to tour the world.
At one point, he went on tour with his sister, Marla, but her tour was cut short.
He found another way to keep in touch with his father: he joined a secret underground music club, The Beatle Club.
He would have to leave the club in order to meet his new bandmate, Ed Sheeran, who he met during a gig at The Abbey Road.
The two became friends and became close friends, but they also became lovers, and eventually, they had a child together.
The End of an Era in 1998Bowie’s album ‘Black Star’ was released in 2000.
He released the album in support of the band, but then the album’s release became the subject of controversy.
The record contained material from a string of previous records by Bowie, which included ‘Black Sunday’, ‘Dazed and Confused’, and ‘The Man Who Sold the World’.
It became a commercial failure, and it led to the cancellation of the group’s UK tour, and their UK album, which was still scheduled to be released in the UK, but never came to fruition.
A Message from Mars in 2002Bowie began a worldwide tour that would last several years.
He had previously released albums, including the album he released on Black Star, but none of them had the same success as ‘Black Sun’.
The album was released on February 7, 2002, and featured a number of songs from his new album, including ‘I Need You’, which was his most successful song.
In an interview, he said, “It’s the biggest song I ever wrote, I have never written anything quite like it.
It’s the most intense song I’ve ever written.”
He said that he wrote it “out of pure love, I’m going to be honest with you.”
The Birth of an Empire in 2003Bowie released his debut album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, in 2003.
The album included a number from his previous albums, and its predecessor, ‘I Am the Walrus’, was also released in 2003, and included some tracks from his other albums, such as ‘The Fall of