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SPB: What is your favorite 1970s artist?

Known Cowboy: My favourite 1970s artist without question has to be no other than David Bowie!

God, I love Hunky Dory.

The fun fact is that I didn’t discover Bowie´s work until last year after he died. When I found out about him it was a revelation. 

I would say Pink Floyd, but I think the power of expression of Bowie did a powerful job in me, more than the mesmerizing tunes of DSOTM or WYWH,

I will end this reply by saying that I actually love a record from 1978 called Visions of the Country by Robbie Basho.

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Words by Loren on March 13, 2017, 5:14 p.m.

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