You’d be hard-pressed to pick it out on a map, but dusty outback town of Carinda in Australia has a very special place in David Bowie’s career.
After all, it is the town where much of the music video for Bowie’s memorable “Let’s Dance” was shot. The 1983 tune featured a sweaty, sun-kissed Bowie passing time in a rural pub, a progression from the glam rock look that came to define his early career.
The song helped to bring to light the …
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