David Bowie came to KCRW in February 1997 and had a wide ranging conversation with Chris Douridas. He had just turned 50 and was in a reflective mood. As news emerged that Bowie had planned his last album Blackstar to be a parting gift for fans, an album released just as he was expecting to succumb to the cancer he had been battling for the last year and a half, we thought it fitting to bring you some insights into his life, his creativity, his view of getting older, and his way of working.
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