The 11th recording session for David Bowie’s third album The Man Who Sold The World took place on the evening of 7 May 1970.
The session lasted three hours. It took place at London’s Trident Studios, with Tony Visconti producing.
Also on this day...
- 1978: Live: Madison Square Garden, New York
- 1973: David Bowie attends the premiere of Hitler: The Last Ten Days
- 1972: Live: Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead
- 1971: UK single release: Moonage Daydream by The Arnold Corns
- 1970: David Bowie ends management contract with Kenneth Pitt
- 1968: Photo shoot: Manchester Street, London
- 1967: David Bowie sees Jimi Hendrix live
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Refectory, University of Leeds
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