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Carlos Alomar: The Puerto Rican Guitar Hero Behind Bowie's 'Fame'
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Carlos Alomar: The Puerto Rican Guitar Hero Behind Bowie's 'Fame'

Carlos Alomar: The Puerto Rican Guitar Hero Behind Bowie's 'Fame'

Carlos Alomar: The Puerto Rican Guitar Hero Behind Bowie's 'Fame'
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Carlos Alomar, the guitarist known as David Bowie's right-hand man, talks about how his friendship with the iconic rock star changed his life forever.

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