One aspect of the late David Bowie's career you might not see in the media coverage today is the fact that during the 1960s, when he was still singing as David Jones and playing the coffee-bars of London, was that for a short time he had a day-job at the London litigation support (and now ediscovery) bureau Legastat (still there, 50 years later, as is its founder John Eddowes on Carey Street by the gate to Lincoln's Inn). Of course Bowie looked more like this when he worked there

than this

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