David Bowie: Under Review 1976-79 - The Berlin Trilogy DVD
A review of the pop star in his heyday, featuring live and studio performances, rare interviews and commentary from a panel of music experts.
By the mid 1970s Bowie was the biggest pop star in the UK, but his personal life was in turmoil.
In a bid to escape the chaos of his drug problems and to flee from the media spotlight, the singer eventually found his way to Berlin, where he started to work on what would become some of the most memorable and critically lauded recordings of his career.
Bowie stopped moving from persona to persona as he had previously done, settling instead on being simply himself, and began to blend the music he was hearing in his adopted homeland (Kraftwerk and the like) with the avant-garde methodologies used by his friend and colleague Brian Eno.
- Format: DVD
- Region: 2
- Certification: (Ex)
- EAN: 0823564509099
- Catalogue number: SIDVD512
- Studio: Chrome Dreams Media
- Release date: 06/11/2006
- Genre: Music/Performing Arts
- Colour: Colour