❰Reading❯ ➸ Spider from Mars Author Woody Woodmansey – Dolove.info

Spider from Mars In January , The Unexpected Death Of David Bowie Rocked The Globe For Millions Of People, He Was An Icon Celebrated For His Music, His Film And Theatrical Roles, And His Trendsetting Influence On Fashion And Gender Norms But No One From Her Inner Circle Has Told The Story Of How David Jones A Young Folksinger, Dancer, And Aspiring Mime Became One Of The Most Influential Artists Of Our TimeDrummer Woody Woodmansey Is The Last Surviving Member Of Bowie S Band The Spiders From Mars Which Helped Launch His Ziggy Stardust Persona And Made David Bowie A SensationIn This First Memoir To Follow Bowie S Passing, Spider From Mars Reveals What It Was Like To Be At The White Hot Center Of A Star S Self Creation With Never Before Told Stories And Never Before Seen Photographs, Woodmansey Offers Details Of The Album Sessions For The Man Who Sold The World, Hunky Dory, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, And Aladdin Sane The Four Albums That Made Bowie A Cult Figure And, As Fame Beckoned By Eventually Consumed Bowie, Woodmansey Recalls The Wild Tours, Eccentric Characters, And Rock N Roll Excess That Eventually Drove The Band ApartA Vivid And Unique Evocation Of A Transformative Musical Era And The Enigmatic, Visionary Musician At The Center Of It, With A Foreword By Legendary Music Producer Tony Visconti And An Afterword From Def Leppard S Joe Elliot, Spider From Mars Is For Everyone Who Values David Bowie, By One Of The People Who Knew Him Best

About the Author: Woody Woodmansey

Michael Woody Woodmansey was the drummer for David Bowie s The Spiders from Mars from 1969 1973 on the hit albums The Man Who Sold the World, Hunky Dory, and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars Born in Driffield, Yorkshire, in 1951, he is the last surviving member of The Spiders from Mars He continues to play with his band Holy Holy and lives in London.

10 thoughts on “Spider from Mars

  1. says:

    The title of the book Spider from Mars My Life with Bowie by Woody Woodmansey for me was a bit misleading Yes Mr Woodmansey was a Spider from Mars the bands amazing drummer and according to this book he did live in the same house as Me Bowie there are little and few mentions of interactions with t

  2. says:

    I absolutely love this book First things first If you re looking for a David Bowie tell all, this is definitely not it That said, there are numerous interesting anecdotes about the dynamics between Bowie Ziggy and his Spiders In this memoir, Woody Woodmansey chronicles his journey to becoming one of Ziggy

  3. says:

    If you love David Bowie then you should read this bookAs a lifelong Bowie fan I was always going to enjoy Woody Woodmansey s book Woody was Bowie s Ziggy era drummer and was part of Bowie s Spiders From Mars backing band in the early 1970s As such he witnessed Bowie going from playing to a handful of people in pubs

  4. says:

    3.5 rock starsThis are the memoirs of Mick Woody Woodmansey, from childhood to 2016 Is the story about a musician from Yorkshire Driffield , who knew and knows all the musical scene of UK since the 60s and the following times About his love for RB, for the rock, and all what happen in those times for a post war child who wa

  5. says:

    This was a fun read I always think of Bowie as such a mysterious figure and its always interesting to go behind the curtain and get a glimpse of how he interacted with the Spiders There were really great photos and so many personal touching accounts from Woody Especially after Bowie s death, discussing the decision to continue to to

  6. says:

    The Spiders from Mars is a book that captures the reader and brings him back at the time when Mick Woody Woodmansey, who from early age wanted to be a rock star, meets Mick Ronson and Trevor Bolder and becomes the drummer for David Bowie s succes albums as The Man Who Sold the World 1970 , Hunky Dory 1971 , The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardus

  7. says:

    I love this book So down to earth Woodmansey s autobio is wonderful not a star turn, just a nice well written book Unlike many of the autobiographies out there by rock stars, this one is readable and friendly Just a great, read about an extraordinary life lived well, in interesting times with fascinating people Well done, Woody

  8. says:

    Well, as I stated in an earlier rock book review, if you really want to know the dirt about a band you don t read the story from the band leader, you read a book written by the drummer or the bass player, hence the great book on Ziggy Stardust The Spiders From Mars as told by the drummer I m just panting with anticipation.Well, David Bowie s chameleonlike way

  9. says:

    A fun peek into the world of Bowie from the POV of a likable, average bloke Woodmansey starts with his bleak Northern childhood, which he manages just to make interesting, but soon enough he meets DB and the book really takes off If, like me, the very mention of a Bowie song or outfit or utterance gives you a little thrill, this section is golden Alas, all good things

  10. says:

    The only book specifically written about the Ziggy Stardust days by one of the Spiders From Mars himself.One of the best, most enjoyable biographies I ve ever read.Best drummer name ever too.

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