AN UNLIKELY PAIR – DAVID BOWIE AND ELIZABETH TAYLOR

Terry O’Neill Photography – from a session in 1975:

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21 comments

  1. From what I understand, and from the few times I’ve seen him interviewed, he’s one of the nicest people. I love his music. Elizabeth Taylor continues to fascinate me – she is a rare bird, indeed– the beauty inside is reflected in the exquisite beauty outside.

    I still think Lanier should write the screenplay about his involvement with her. It’s a perfect story and one that people would adore on every level – especially seeing her through this young man’s eyes… I’m in love with this story! All I ask is that when he accepts his award, he turns to me, sitting in the front row, and showers me with credit. That’s not asking too much, right?

    • I think that’s just right… It is a wonderful story and Lanier does have a magical narrative style.

      Had a “gripping” day myself. The kid is fine – but he was in his first car accident today – so I’m a little more rattled than usual. And, tomorrow I have a meeting about publishing a novel… I’ll keep you posted.

      Hugs! V

      • Oh Vickie! I know that scare all too well. It really rattles the nerves. My son has had more than his fair share. Ugh.
        Publishing a novel! This is exciting stuff! Hooray! I guess I wasn’t exaggerating about your gift for writing. I’m thrilled for you.
        It would be very fun, and by, “fun,” I mean helpful to me, (haha!) if you could give me your ideas for my potential book. I put some of my recent activity in a comment – not sure if you got it?
        Anyway, this is big, Vickie. I’m excited for you. 🙂
        Lisa xoxo

  2. George Kaplan

    Wow! Thanks for those. I’m a *huge* Bowie (as are all “right-minded” people :-)) and I’ve never seen those before. And he’s got his fantastic Man Who Fell to Earth/ Low hair too. I should imagine he like La Liz as he always had a thing for Hollywood glamour cf. his “Garbo” look on the Hunky Dory cover.

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