David BOWIE is certainly one of the most respected artists of these forty last years. The secret of this longevity probably lies in his ability to outstrip and assimilate the major changes of musical trends, a skill that resulted in his nickname of "chameleon". David JONES as far as his civil status is concerned, the once young British singer started his musical carrer playing the saxophone. Spotted by the Deram label in 1967, he first recorded a self-titled album. After a two-year interval, he released "Space Oddity" for Mercury (featuring one keyboards player called Rick WAKEMAN). The huge success brought him to become a full-time musician. In 1972, he created a new sensation with his concept-album "Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars", prefiguring what glam-rock was going to reach. Completely identifying himself to the character he had just created, that is an androgynous rock-star arrived from another planet, he adopted a special style both artistically and in the way of dressing. Not stopping at conquering the world of show-business, he went against what the people expected: he went to Berlin to record three experimental albums, with the help of keyboards player and producer Brian ENO. The third one, "Heroes" (1977) featured the guitarist Robert FRIPP, mentor of KING CRIMSON. 1983 provided a new approach, highlighted by another worldwide hit: "Let's Dance" was then played all the time on the radios. After an unproductive period, he came back gradually in the second half of the Nineties. And nothing proves that the adventure should stop soon ! What the British label Classic Rock Legends tells with "Inside Bowie And The Spiders - An Independent Critical Review 1969-1972" is the fascinating story of the artist. As with every DVD from the same collection, here are concert excerpts, interviews of the period, as well as sensible comments by several present musical critics collected. So this is an excellent way to analyze the phenomenon with the proper hindsight. On not account should this be missed !