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David Bowie’s top 100 must-read books list

    The Art Gallery of Ontario prepares to unveil a fresh iteration of the renowned exhibition “David Bowie Is”. The curatorial team has meticulously curated a catalog of David Bowie’s top 100 must-read books.

    Monopoly David Bowie Board Game

    Monopoly: David Bowie Board Game Special Edition

      Here is a game oddity that is long overdue. David Bowie finally has his own Monopoly game based on his various musical personalities. Not only did Ziggy play guitar but he also played Monopoly. According to Amazon sales, the best-selling Monopoly game after the original game is Monopoly Unicorns vs. Llamas. This game decides once-and-for-all who is the cutest and the best: Unicorns or Llamas.

      the right to rock

      Fanny: The Right To Rock

        FANNY: THE RIGHT TO ROCK is the untold story of the Filipina American garage band that morphed into the ferocious rock group Fanny. Fighting barriers of race, gender and sexuality in the music industry, Fanny’s groundbreaking impact on music was written out of history.

        Bowie at 75 by Martin Popoff

        Bowie at 75 by Martin Popoff

          Illustrated with live concert and candid offstage photography as well as memorabilia including gig posters, 7-inch picture sleeves, and more, this incredible package also includes a gatefold Bowie timeline, a gatefold painting depicting “A Party of Bowies,” a previously unpublished 8×10 glossy print, and a pullout by famed gig poster artist Frank Kozik. The result is a stunning tribute to one of the most influential and admired stars in rock history—in a milestone year.

          2001 a space odyssey poster

          The Night Jim Morrison and the Doors Saw 2001: A Space Odyssey

            2001: A Space Odyssey changed cinema and art in 1968. Jim Morrison and the Doors were present at the world premiere in Los Angeles. Both Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison graduated as film students from UCLA. This was a big cinematic experience for them.

            David Bowie Jazz

            David Bowie In Jazz: A Jazz Tribute To David Bowie

              It has been 5 years since David Bowie died. Bowie’s music is enjoying a celebration of different interpretations by other musical artists. No stranger to borrowing from other genres, Bowie is getting the full treatment from modern jazz versions of his most popular songs and lesser-known track. The collected album is imported from France by the label Wagram.