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Digital Subscriptions > Long Live Vinyl > Jun 2019 - The Stone Roses > David Bowie With John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson

David Bowie With John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson

CLAREVILLE GROVE DEMOS/THE ‘MERCURY’ DEMOS

PARLOPHONE

1969 was a pivotal year in David Bowie’s development as an artist, as these two fascinating boxsets of demos illustrate. John Earls steps back in time

WHAT’S INSIDE

CLAREVILLE GROVE DEMOS

SINGLE 1

SIDE A Space Oddity

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