How David Bowie’s First Song Was Rescued From a Dusty Bread Basket

David Hadfield was combing through old boxes in the storage space of his Surrey, England home about 20 years ago when a bread basket from his father’s long-ago days as a bread delivery man caught his eye. Inside was a series of dusty tapes from Hadfield’s time as a rock drummer in the early 1960s. One of them was labelled “The Konrads,” a group he formed in 1961 with a charismatic, blonde-haired 15-year-old saxophone player named David Jones. He fed the tape into an old tape machine and, amidst a
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