David Bowie 1971-06-05 London ,Paris Theatre - In concert - SQ -9

David Bowie 1971-06-05 London ,Paris Theatre – In concert – SQ -9
BBC Pick Of The Pops
In Concert @ the Paris Theatre, London
5th June 1971

Recorded for In Concert: John Peel 5 June 1971
Broadcast on 20 June 1971

01 Queen Bitch.flac
02 The Supermen.flac
03 Looking For A Friend.flac
04 Kooks.flac
05 Song For Bob Dylan.flac
06 Andy Warhol (with Dana Gillespie).flac
07 It Ain’t Easy.flac

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Band:
David Bowie: vocals, piano, 12-string guitar;
Mark Carr-Pritchard: guitar;
Mick Ronson: guitar;
Trevor Bolder: bass;
Mick Woodmansey: drums;
George Underwood, Dana Gillespie and Geoffrey Alexander: vocals and backing vocals.
Produced by Jeff Griffin.

‘Oh! You Pretty Things’ was not broadcast, and “does not remain on archive” according to the notes of Bowie At The Beeb. This show has a long bootleg history: nearly the entire transmission (only small parts of John Peel’s introductions are missing) was released already in 1978 on Ziggy 2 (Dragonfly Tune In 002). Queen Bitch/The Supermen/Looking For A Friend/Kooks/Song For Bob Dylan/It Ain’t Easy were released on a BBC transcription disc called Pick Of The Pops For Your DJó349 (128511-S), while the “Bowie At The Beeb” broadcast re-aired ‘Bombers’, ‘Looking For A Friend’, ‘Almost Grown’ and ‘Kooks’. The complete show (minus ‘Oh! You Pretty Things’), taken from the NMC set, appeared on Kiss The Viper’s Fang (EDB 002).

Bowie At The Beeb features Bombers/Looking For A Friend/Almost Grown/Kooks/Andy Warhol/It Ain’t Easy. It’s interesting to note that Queen Bitch/The Supermen/Looking For A Friend/Kooks/Song For Bob Dylan/It Ain’t Easy were released on the BBC transcription disc BBC Pick Of The Pops For Your DJó349 in stereo; all other sources are in mono.

Identifiers: although some of the songs were repeated in other BBC sessions (e.g. ‘The Supermen’, ‘Queen Bitch’), this was a live set and all the tracks can be identified by the audience politely clapping after each song, or by the guest singers.

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