By Adam Wiener and Paul Witcover

In January of 1977, David Bowie released Low, the first album in what would become known as “The Berlin Trilogy.” Low wasn’t a huge commercial hit, but has gone on to be one of his most celebrated and influential albums.

To mark the anniversary, Adam Wiener—the EVP/GM of CBS Local Digital Media and publisher of Radio.com—and Paul Witcover, a Brooklyn-based novelist whose most recent book is The Watchman of Eternity, got together for a lengthy conversation about the album. Below is an edited version of that discussion.

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