David Bowie - Recorded Live At The Sussex University, 11.2.1969 mp3 album
Recorded Live At The Sussex University, 1. 1969 (CD, Unofficial).
Recorded Live At Sussex University, 1. 1969 (DV More Records . 1. 1) in 1992, The Duke (Never End SCT 7) in 1993, Sussex University Live 1969 (Black Panther ABP-032) in 1994, and A Semi-Acoustic Love Affair on Gold Standard in 1996. Bowie had the idea of recasting Feathers into a Simon And Garfunkel folk duo with himself and John Hutchinson. The contains Bowie sitting at at the piano and singing the lyrics except for Amsterdam, which features Bowie playing acoustic guitar working out the Jaquel Brel song. Shadow Manî was recorded on September 14th, 1971 at Trident studios and is one of the more impressive outtakes from the beginning of the Ziggy Stardust era. Looking For A Friend was recorded at the same time and is a song left over from the Arnold Corns experiement.
David Live is David Bowie's first official live album, originally released by RCA Records in 1974. The album was recorded in July of that year, on the initial leg of Bowie's Diamond Dogs Tour, at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. The second leg, a more soul-oriented affair following recording sessions in Philadelphia for the bulk of Young Americans, would be renamed 'Philly Dogs', as reflected on a different live release, Cracked Actor.
Genre: Rock, Pop Album: Recorded Live At The Sussex University, 1. The Duke (Cass, Album, Unofficial).
Recorded live at Greek Theater, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 29/06/1984. DISC 1. Until We Sleep. Remember That Night - Live At The Royal Albert Hall. Video, 17 Сентябрь 2007, EMI Records. 21. Find the Coast of Freedom. 22. Arnold Layne (Featuring David Bowie). 23. Comfortably Numb (Featuring David Bowie).
Five Years (David Bowie song). Five Years" is a song written by David Bowie, recorded on 15 November 1971, and released as the opening track on the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars in 1972. The song tells of an Earth doomed to destruction in five years and the aftermath of this knowledge
When David Bowie agreed to perform at Live Aid at London’s Wembley Stadium in July 1985, he had a grand vision of duetting with Mick Jagger via satellite at Philadelphia’s JFK Stadium for a cover of Martha and the Vandellas Dancing In The Street. Those plans quickly fell apart when the musicians learned they’d have to deal with a significant video delay, so they opted instead to record a studio version of the song and shoot a music video, all in a single chaotic day in June. That left Bowie’s performance at the two-continent concert against hunger. His 1987 album Never Let Me Down was shredded by the critics, and the supporting Glass Spider tour was largely panned as well.
David Bowie recorded at the famous Hansa Studios. The studio is not far from the reconstructed Potsdamer Platz, but for the story, I’m about to tell you, please imagine the wall instead of the giant skyscrapers made of glass. Heroes are one of Bowie’s most famous songs. It tells the story of a young couple who are so driven to be together that they would meet every day under a gun turret on The Berlin Wall. At Hansa Studios Bowie recorded only 2 of his world-famous Berlin Trilogy, the last album as just composed in the city but was produced with Brian Eno in Switzerland and New York City. So from Heroes, Low and Lodge, only the first two are part of this historical place. Another cool story about the albums Bowie did here in Berlin is the story about the song Warszawa that we tell you all about it here at David Bowie’s Warsaw: How Warszawa Came to Be.
The show took place after Bowie had fired the Spiders From Mars (and therefore different from David Live) and replaced them with many of the studio musicians with whom he had, that summer, begun work on Young Americans, including guitarists Earl Slick and Carlos Alomar, saxophonist/flutist David Sanborn and background singer Luther Vandross.
|2||Letter To Hermione||2:42|
|4||An Occasioal Dream||2:31|
|5||When I'm Five||2:20|
|8||Life Is A Circus||4:06|
|MDCD 010||David Bowie||The Beckenham Oddity (CD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (David Bowie)||MDCD 010||UK||1987|
|RC1488||David Bowie||God Knows I'm Good (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, W/Lbl, Yel)||Road Crew Records||RC1488||Germany||2016|
|EMC188||David Bowie||The Duke (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Eclipse||EMC188||Australia||Unknown|
|RC1488||David Bowie||God Knows I'm Good (LP, Album, Unofficial, W/Lbl, whi)||Road Crew Records||RC1488||Germany||2016|
|005||David Bowie||The Beckenham Oddity (LP, Unofficial)||Leisure Records||005||UK||1987|