The man who sold the world is a song written and composed by David Bowie and published for the first time in 1970.
The song gained even more value and fame when Nirvana, interpreting its own version in the well-known “MTV Unplugged Live in New York”, published in 1994.
In this new episode of the acoustic covers, we propose our version, to pay tribute to these two giants of international music.
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What do you think of Nirvana or David Bowie?
Which artist do you prefer between the two?
Which song by Nirvana or David Bowie is your favorite?
Tell us yours, share, comment and tell us everything you like or don’t like about these two great artists!!!
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Matteo Cristino on the Yamaha Acoustic Guitar and Lead Vocals
Diego Soddu on the Fender Telecaster Electric Guitar