A brand new biography has detailed the awkward friendship between David Bowie and Roger Moore in the late 70s which allegedly ended with the musician hiding under a table to avoid the James Bond star.
According to Hollywood screenwriter and novelist Hanif Kureishi, the 007 actor - who passed away in May - befriended the musician after he moved to Switzerland where he proceeded to drop in on the “Starman” singer unannounced.
The original "Man Who Sold the World" cover was brilliant.
"Ziggy", "Aladdinsane", purported the whole gay thing, "Hunky Dory" was part this and a part that, remember "Kooks" was written for Zowie.
He was in this huge house on the outskirts of Geneva - he knew nobody.In December of that year, my band Buzz broke up, but not without my demanding we play “I’m Waiting for the Man” as one of the encore songs at our last gig.Amusingly, not only was I to cover Velvet’s song before anyone else in the world, I actually did it before the album came out. JOHN LEE HOOKER By 1963, I was working as a junior commercial artist at an advertising agency in London.If he did have relations with Jagger he did a long time before the ridiculous Dancing in the Streets video! Listen to the music and let his personal life remain that. Lennon and Bowie probably didn't have sex, they both played off the image of being sexually liberated and weird to sell records.Bowie later in his career appeared to play down his bisexuality as a gimick.