And I love that even while going through the awfulness that is Cancer, he still found the strength and grace to put together one last collection of songs, to give us all one final gift. Thank you so much, David! For this and everything else you gave us. Farewell, sir.
From The Telegraph: David Bowie's last release, Lazarus, was 'parting gift' for fans in carefully planned finale.
You can also thank David for long Cure shows.
Well done, my friend. The world has the music. What I remember most is the laughing. @DavidBowieReal pic.twitter.com/d2RnXIHhrY— reeves gabrels (@reevesgabrels) January 11, 2016
Via @nprmusic: A Guitarist Remembers: David Bowie. All Things Considered asked about my musical compadre David Bowie https://t.co/JjUC96CgLp— reeves gabrels (@reevesgabrels) January 11, 2016
RIP Guv - thanks for providing the backdrop to my teenage years. Here's me straightening your gnashers. pic.twitter.com/p7b5QAGefJ— Tim Pope (@timpopedirector) January 11, 2016
What was it like to direct David Bowie?
"We used to laugh an awful amount." The film director Tim Pope worked with David Bowie for 15 years, directing his music videos and concerts. Here, you can watch his interview in full where he shares some of his memories. We'd love to have been a fly on the wall...
Posted by BBC Breakfast on Tuesday, January 12, 2016