Where was the Ziggy Stardust album cover shot?

Where was the Ziggy Stardust album cover shot?

Heddon Street
A plaque has been unveiled to mark the site of the album cover shoot for ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’. The picture of David Bowie was taken 40 years ago, and turned Heddon Street in central London into a rock landmark.

What is the concept of Ziggy Stardust?

Described as a loose concept album and rock opera, Ziggy Stardust concerns Bowie’s titular alter ego Ziggy Stardust, a fictional androgynous and bisexual rock star who is sent to Earth as a saviour before an impending apocalyptic disaster.

Who is on the cover of Pin Ups album?

supermodel Twiggy
The album cover, featuring Bowie and 1960s supermodel Twiggy, was taken in Paris midway through the sessions and originally intended for Vogue magazine.

Why does it say K West on Ziggy Stardust?

When Ziggy Stardust was first released, fans had all sorts of theories as to what “K. West” stood for. Bowie told Rolling Stone in a 1993 interview that “People read so much into it, they thought K. West must be some sort of code for ‘quest.

Where was the division bell photo taken?

18. A Cambridgeshire field near Stretham was the location for The Division Bell cover photography on Pink Floyd’s 1994 album.

Why did Bowie create Ziggy Stardust?

Ziggy Stardust was Bowie’s way of rebelling against the norm Bowie sought inspiration for his creation in disparate sources, all the better to confront and defy convention. In a 1996 interview with the BBC Bowie said real-life failed rocker Vince Taylor played a part in his most iconic theatrical persona.

What was David Bowie’s alter ego?

Ziggy Stardust
David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust As Arnold Corns, Major Tom, Aladdin Sane, and the White Duke, David Bowie has begot more alter egos than nearly anyone else in the music scene.

Was David Bowie on the cover of Vogue?

AGAIN! Kate Moss does David Bowie twice: ‘Vogue’ Paris December/January 2012 and ‘Vogue’ UK May 2003. Hold the phone, y’all.

Who was the original pin up girl?

After the war ended in 1945, the most famous pinup was Bettie Page. She is credited as the first pinup to successfully transition from illustration to photography.