David Bowie uncut interview from 1987

Bowie discusses, Warhol, Frampton, the Glass Spider tour, song writing and movie roles in this uncut interview from 1987

In this uncut interview from 1987, Bowie discusses the influence of Andy Warhol and the reasons for choosing Peter Frampton as the guitarist on the ‘Never Let Me Down’ album.

After an unscheduled interruption because of a ringing phone, he talks about the controversy surrounding the video for ‘Day In Day Out’, and the role that French director Jean-Baptiste Mondino played in the video for ‘Never Let Me Down‘.

Bowie continues with thoughts about how his approach to song writing has been influenced by John Lennon and more specifically, Brian Eno.

He concludes with his movie roles, including the importance of the director when deciding whether to take part in a project.