Looks like I got this one at Lovell's in Uptown Whittier, CA.
The album was produced by disco funkmaster Nile Rodgers. The sound is upbeat and danceable. The band features a young Texas bluesman, Stevie Ray Vaughn, who brought a cutting edge guitar sound to offset the funk.
This record was to become Bowie's top selling album.
Artistically, Bowie didn't know what to do with the success. He tried to duplicate this record with the dismal Tonight the following year. An artistic slump followed. Bowie himself referred to the following years as his 'Phil Collins period.' In my humble opinion, he didn't emerge from it until Black Tie White Noise in 1993.
Bowie toured this album extensively . As was my habit at the time, I saved a concert ad from the tour, I went on April 15th and sat in section 7. Row 10, Seat 14.