Known as the "Chameleon of Pop," David Bowie's creative evolution became a part of his colorful legend. The British-born Pop icon launched his career in the 1960s and 1970s. From singer/songwriter to painter and actor, he reinvented himself throughout the years. David Bowie: The Glass Spider Tour is a live, two-hour concert filmed in Sydney, Australia, in November 1987 and features hits from his long-enduring career. Video highlights include performances of "Day-In, Day-Out," "China Girl," "Fame," "Let's Dance," and others. The concert features dance choreography by Toni Basil and a special guest appearance by Peter Frampton.
by Sally Barber synopsis