Japanese guitar legend Tomoyasu Hotei selects his top 10 favourite albums – number 1 : David Bowie / Station to Station

(For number 2 in Hotei’s top 10 albums please go here)

‘David Bowie is the artist who has influenced me most, and I love all of his work, but hearing the funky guitar of Carlos Alomar and Earl Slick on this album made me think that I want to be a guitarist who can dance while playing! Sharing the stage with David Bowie in 1996 to play “All the Young Dudes” is a moment I will never forget’








Japanese guitar legend Tomoyasu Hotei is just about to release a killer collaboration with Iggy Pop. Huge in Japan and a brilliant guitar player, Hotei has moved to London and is beginning to get known outside his home country and this single with Iggy is the first track from an album of collaborations that looks like an intriguing project that showcases his guitar talent.

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