Fans will get to see more of Bowie's genius as 60 Minutes announced on Friday that it will air portions of those interviews at the end of Sunday's broadcast.
The interviews are wide-ranging and, as you might expect, fascinating. Bowie, who died Jan. 10 at age 69, admitted that he was never fond of his voice, said he was glad he never made a Ziggy Stardust film and compared his artistic pursuits as as search for God. "There's an effort to reclaim the unmentionable, the unsayable, the unspeakable, all those things come into being a composer," he says in one, "into writing music, into searching for notes and pieces of musical information that don't exist."
60 Minutes airs Sunday at 8/9c on CBS.
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