David Bowie Trident Studio

David Bowie Trident Studio



Rolf Adlercreutz lived and worked in London during the late 60s and early1970’s. One day he received a phone call and was asked if he could do a few jobs with two Swedish reporters. Bo Hanson and his wife Bodil were coming to London to do an interview with a musician and some other stories. He agreed. It was evening when the trio arrived at Trident Studios in Soho, where they found David Bowie and producer Tony Visconti. Bowie was finishing work on the album The Man Who Sold the World, which was released on November 4th, 1970.

The interview takes place on the office floor as there was no space in the studio.

– Hi. I´m Bosse Hansson from Sweden!
Whereupon David answers
– Oh, the land of Carl Larsson.

Bosse was on his toes and kept telling David that he is going to be a big star one day. 

– You’re going be the Bob Dylan of the Seventies.
David was not pleased with the comparison.
– Dylan is a poor guitarist, his songs are boring and he has a bad voice. 

After the interview, Rolf, David and the others went to the pub and had a pint together. They agreed to meet up on the tour in Sweden scheduled for the year after, but the tour was cancelled.


Fine Art Print
Signed by photographer Rolf Adlercreutz

Edition 12/20
72 x 58 cm 3800€