Even the most green scientist or clinical technician will tell you that correlation does not imply causation, but every since David Bowie kicked the bucket in 2016, everything’s kind of gone to shit. There’s not enough Netflix / Hulu / streaming content in the world to fill the Covid-19 sized hole in your current social calendar, so you might as well capitalize on it with some find reading with this Bowie book–Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie, 1972–1973. Co-authored and developed by Barney Hoskyns, Michael Bracewell and Bowie’s official photographer and creative partner, Mick Rock, this book was compiled in 2015 with Bowie’s blessings and represents one of the most comprehensive, photo-realistic, unique and true-to-form explorations of the man, the myth and the legend that has ever been printed. If you’re fan of Bowie on any level, you need to own this book. Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie, 1972–1973 will be available in hardcover format through Amazon starting on April 21st. Best to pre-order it now but it inevitably sells out.