You might try The Complete David Bowie. It’s not super heavy on anecdotes but it has information on the production of every song he’s ever recorded, including as a producer (so the Iggy/Lou stuff is included). Lots of technical recording details, quotes from Bowie collaborators, and some good behind-the-scenes stuff. The author is a bit of a starry-eyed fanboy, but then, can you blame him?
The hardest part of rewatching Friends start to finish as a grownup is realizing what a completely unbearable character Ross is (the gay jokes are a close second). But I still love it.
Maybe I just like the show better because in the books the gay stuff is all subtext (so far) but on the show it’s butts everywhere. Also it’s easier to zone out when Jon Snow’s around when watching TV than when reading.
“Books always and in all ways are better” is nearly always correct but speaking as someone currently limping to the end of A Clash of Kings, it is false as regards Game of Thrones.
If they love Guy Fieri so much they really should double down and name their next album “Welcome to Flavor Town”
If other people were as funny as Kelly I would pay them to publish their chat conversations.
I’m kind of curious to watch this show now but I can’t imagine that it’s as wonderful/terrible as you’re making it sound!
I don’t think it’s fair to lump the albums from Black Tie White Noise on with the ’80s stuff. The ’90s/’00s albums certainly aren’t on the level of his ’70s albums but there’s some really good stuff on them.