Author(s): Lancaster, Phil
A new, personal look at the genesis of a music legend by the drummer in Bowie's first band.
About the author:
Phil Lancaster is a professional drummer across multiple styles. Born in Walthamstow on Boxing Day, 1942 Phil was both drawn to show business from a young age and took up the drums to form groups with close school friends, cutting his teeth on the changing musical styles of the day including skiffle, jazz and early rock before finally turning fully professional at the age of 21.
Kevin Cann is a Bowie expert who has worked as a designer and writer for the last 35 years. His publications include David Bowie A Chronology for Vermilion, and a definitive early years account of Bowie's life and career - Any Day Now, The London Years - 1947-1973 - which received wide recognition, and was also highly regarded by David himself. He also acted as consultant on David and Mick Rock's 2002 book Moonage Daydream - The Life and Times of Ziggy Stardust. He also researched, co-designed and co-ordinated the reissue of David's back catalogue with EMI (17 albums), and has contributed chronologies and sleeve notes for numerous David Bowie 30th and 40th anniversary releases, including Ziggy Stardust, Diamond Dogs and Station To Station.
Number of Pages: 320
Publication Date: 20190401
Product Form: Hardback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 234 mm153 mm
Weight: 0.53 kg