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Never-Before-Seen Footage of Bowie Unveiled in Shot! Documentary

Never-Before-Seen Footage of Bowie Unveiled in Shot! Documentary

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Shot!

Shot! follows the life of famed music photographer Mick Rock.

A new clip from Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock airs today on Rolling Stone, and in it, never-before-seen archival footage of David Bowie shows the music legend lounging casually in his dressing room with his "Spiders from Mars."

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Shot! is the documentary following famed music photographer Mick Rock, who, over the course of his career, captured the likes of not only Bowie but Queen, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and Pink Floyd. The doc charts Rock's tight friendships with some of music history's biggest names, as well as his struggle with substance abuse and dark moments in his childhood.

"I don't think they felt that I was an outsider," Rock explains in the video of his subjects. "I was part of the fabric. I was celebrated and I think they all knew that. So I was a natural, organic Joseph Goebbels for the piece in the time. And I came pretty cheap."

Take a look at Bowie, below:

Shot! will arrive in select cinemas April 7, simultaneously being released on Amazon and iTunes.

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