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That’s the day his third album, , was released in the U. Essex was a major player in the late-’60s British music scene, representing the Who, the Rolling Stones and Marc Bolan, among others.When an American prodigy named Tony Visconti moved to London, he went to work for Essex too.Though author David Buckley has described Bowie's previous record David Bowie (Space Oddity) as "the first Bowie album proper", The album was written and rehearsed at David Bowie's home in Haddon Hall, Beckenham, an Edwardian mansion converted to a block of flats that was described by one visitor as having an ambiance "like Dracula's living room".Although Bowie is officially credited as the composer of all music on the album, biographer Peter Doggett quoted Visconti saying "the songs were written by all four of us.
Then, at the last possible moment, Bowie would reluctantly uncurl himself from the sofa on which he was lounging with his wife, and dash off a set of lyrics." Despite his annoyance with Bowie's fixation on married life during the recording of The Man Who Sold the World, Visconti still rated it as his best work with Bowie until 1980's Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps). "The Width of a Circle" and "The Supermen", for example, were already in existence before the sessions began.
Visconti recalled for [Platz said] ‘We’ve got this young man and we don’t quite know what to do with him.
He writes every song in a different style.’ I was already involved with Marc Bolan at the time, and David Platz continued to say: ‘Since you seem to be the expert with these strange people — I’d like to see what you can do with David Bowie.’ and continues to this day. The producer notes in the same interview that “In those days, [Bowie] would do anything to get a hit record” and that “I loved his songs, but I was trying to get him to concentrate on one style of writing, as I felt that it was his undoing that he was writing in so many different styles.” In August 1969, Bowie moved into Haddon Hall, described by magazine in 1971 as “a beautiful Victorian house which even has turrets on the roof and a gallery running around the first floor inside the house.” The house may have been beautiful, but its occupants were broke.
Talking about his personal life, till now he has been married twice and with both of his wives, he has raised one child each.
His first marriage lasted ten years long and due to some complications in their relation they got separated.