David Bowie 1967–1972 Unissued BBC Sessions – The Remains From The Rise Of Ziggy Stardust –
101 Love You Till Tuesday.flac
102 When I Live My Dream.flac
103 Little Bombardier.flac
104 Silly Boy Blue.flac
105 In The Heat Of The Morning.flac
106 When I’m Five.flac
107 Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed.flac
108 Buzz The Fuzz.flac
109 Karma Man.flac
110 London Bye Ta-Ta.flac
111 An Occasional Dream.flac
113 The Wild-Eyed Boy From Freecloud.flac
114 Fill Your Heart.flac
115 The Prettiest Star.flac
116 I’m Waiting For The Man.flac
117 The Width Of A Circle.flac
118 The Supermen.flac
201 Queen Bitch.flac
202 The Supermen.flac
203 Song For Bob Dylan (Featuring George Underwood).flac
204 Andy Warhol (Featuring Dana Gillespie).flac
205 Oh! You Pretty Things.flac
207 Fill Your Heart.flac
208 Port Of Amsterdam.flac
209 Andy Warhol.flac
210 Ziggy Stardust.flac
211 Queen Bitch.flac
212 I’m Waiting For The Man.flac
213 Lady Stardust.flac
214 White Light White Heat.flac
215 John, I’m Only Dancing.flac
216 Lady Stardust.flac
* Tracks 101-105 : Top Gear Session, Piccadilly 1 Studio (18 December 1967). This session
was aired on 24-12-67 and repeated on 28-01-68. All songs scored and performed
by Arthur Greenslade and his 16 piece orchestra; individual musicians unknown.
David Bowie: vocals and guitar. Produced by Bernie Andrews.
* Track 106 : Top Gear Session, Piccadilly 1 Studio (13 May 1968). Aired on 26-05-68
and repeated on 20-06-68. Performed by David Bowie and the 14 piece “Tony Visconti
Orchestra”, including Herbie Flowers: bass; Barry Morgan: drums; John Mclaughlin:
guitar; David Bowie: vocals and guitar; David Bowie, Tony Visconti, Steve
Peregrine-Took: backing vocals; unknown string players. Produced by Tony Visconti.
* Track 107: Dave Lee Travis Session, Studio 2, Aeolian Hall (20 October 1969). Aired
on 26-10-69. Performed by David Bowie and Junior’s Eyes: David Bowie: vocals and
guitar; Mick Wayne: guitar; Tim Renwick: guitar; John Lodge: bass; John
Cambridge: drums. Produced by Paul Williams.
* Tracks 108-115 : John Peel Sunday Show Session, BBC Paris Studio (05 February 1970).
Performed by David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (a.k.a. The Hype): John
Cambridge: drums; Tony Visconti: bass; Mick Ronson: guitar; David Bowie: vocals and
guitar. Produced by Jeff Griffin. This probably is Bowie’s most interesting BBC
recording, as he played a number of songs of which the only live version is
available from this show.
* Tracks 116-118: Andy Ferris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Playhouse Theatre (25
March 1970). By David Bowie and The Hype: David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick
Ronson: guitar; Tony Visconti: bass; John Cambridge: drums. Produced by Bernie
* Tracks 201-204: John Peel In Concert Session, BBC Paris Studio (05 June 1971).
This concert by Bowie and friends was aired on 20-06-71. 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.
SONGS EDITED TO REMOVE RELEASED TRACKS WHILE STILL MAINTAINING THE SONGS INTROS!
* Tracks 205-209: Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Studio T1, Kensington
House (21 September 1971). Aired at 04-10-71. David Bowie: vocals, piano and
guitar; Mick Ronson: guitar, backing vocals and bass. Produced by John Muir.
FADED ”Oh! You Pretty Things” TO REMOVE ”EIGHT LINE POEM”, WHICH IS AVAILABLE!
* Tracks 210-213: John Peel Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Studio T1, Kensington
House (11 January 1972). Aired on 28-01-72. David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick
Ronson: guitar, piano and backing vocals; Trevor Bolder: bass; Mick Woodmansey:
drums. Produced by Jeff Griffin. With this January 1972 session, Bowie and the
Spiders unleashed Ziggy Stardust to the world!
* Track 214: Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Maida Vale Studio 5 (23
May 1972). Broadcast at 19-06-72. David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick Ronson:
guitar, piano and backing vocals; Trevor Bolder: bass; Mick Woodmansey: drums.
Produced by Jeff Griffin.
* Tracks 215-217: BBC Radio Broadcast (21 September 1972). A sessions aired on the
Rick Wakeman show. They comment on the fact that these are collectors items and
were recorded for the BBC on 21-09-72. However, this is unverifiable.
The Rise & Rise Of Ziggy Stardust (CD1) & (CD2)
Silver CD > CD-R > EAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 (Re-tracking) > FLAC (8)
* The 4CD compilation was plagued with last second of songs ending up on the first
part of the next track, and there was sometimes a slight segment of silence a
second before the end of a track. They were re-tracked and the silences were
Bootleg Title : The Remains From The Rise Of Ziggy Stardust
File Type : FLAC
File Size : 350Mb
Bootleg Length : 61:31 min:sec
Artwork : Yes
Frequency Analysis: Included
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