DAVID BOWIE DIAMOND DAVID SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT

150,00 EGP

DAV-889-978
  • Official Cozmo Product. Manufactured & Printed in the A.R.E.
  • 100% High Quality Cotton, Comfy and Looks Great.
  • Design Will Not Fade, Peel or Crack Even After Washing Multiple times.
  • Cutting-Edge Digitally Printed Logos.
  • Ready to Order. Takes 2-5 Business Days to Work Our Magic.

DAVID BOWIE DIAMOND DAVID SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT

150,00 EGP

DAV-889-978
  • Official Cozmo Product. Manufactured & Printed in the A.R.E.
  • 100% High Quality Cotton, Comfy and Looks Great.
  • Design Will Not Fade, Peel or Crack Even After Washing Multiple times.
  • Cutting-Edge Digitally Printed Logos.
  • Ready to Order. Takes 2-5 Business Days to Work Our Magic.

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David Robert Jones OAL, known professionally as David Bowie, was an English singer-songwriter and actor. A leading figure in the music industry, Bowie is regarded as one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century.

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David Bowie was one of the most influential and prolific writers and performers of popular music, but he was much more than that; he was also an accomplished actor, a mime and an intellectual, as well as an art lover whose appreciation and knowledge of it had led to him amassing one of the biggest collections of 20th century art.

Born David Jones, he changed his name to Bowie in the 1960s, to avoid confusion with the then well-known Davy Jones (lead singer of The Monkees). The 1960s were not a happy period for Bowie, who remained a struggling artist, awaiting his breakthrough. He dabbled in many different styles of music (without commercial success), and other art forms such as acting, mime, painting, and play-writing. He finally achieved his commercial breakthrough in 1969 with the song “Space Oddity”, which was released at the time of the moon landing. Despite the fact that the literal meaning of the lyrics relates to an astronaut who is lost in space, this song was used by the BBC in their coverage of the moon landing, and this helped it become such a success. The album, which followed “Space Oddity”, and the two, which followed (one of which included the song “The Man Who Sold The World”, covered by Lulu and Nirvana) failed to produce another hit single, and Bowie’s career appeared to be in decline.

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