1973-05-24 London ,Lewisham Odeon - Zig The WonderKid (complete show) - SQ 7

1973-05-24 London ,Lewisham Odeon – Zig The WonderKid (complete show).
Sound Quality Rating

01. Ode To Joy, 1:15
02. Hang Onto Yourself, 2:40
03. Ziggy Stardust, 3:06
04. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud, 3:03
05. All The Young Dudes, 1:37
06. Oh You Pretty Things, 1:05
07. Moonage Daydream, 5:44
08. Changes, 3:25
09. Space Oddity, 4:51
10. The Jean Genie, 6:05
11. Time, 5:49
12. The Width Of A Circle, 12:32
13. Let’s Spend The Night Together, 3:16
14. Drive In Saturday, 4:48
15. Suffragette City, 3:15
16. Cracked Actor, 3:08
17. Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide, 4:16
Bonus
18. Guitar Jam (Soundcheck), 3:20
19. Wild Eyed Boy From Freeload (Soundcheck), 3:16
20. All The Young Dudes (Soundcheck), 1:37

Label:
Label:Dutch Connection ‎– DB240573
Audio Source: audience
Lineage:
Total running time: 1:25:30
Sound Quality : Much noise ,dull ,but still good listened toAttendance:
Artwork: Yes.

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“This is from the Aladdin Sane album, it’s called Cracked Actoris received with hysterical crics from the frantic British audien­ce. This is the first concert in which the substilu­tion for the Quicksand med­ley is played – in my opinion it is less good.

This is from a tape I was told was the master, or lowest gen recording. The rehearsal circulated despite being told I was getting something that hadn’t been distributed at the time I got this, but I’m not sure the gig has?

The last I read on the topic is that the gig recording that circulates is average quality, but the recording here, while incomplete, is a lot better than that – it’s very clear indeed.

Whether or not this is something exclusive or not, let’s get some more Bowie circulating : the more that people seed slightly more unusual items, the more likely that others will follow.

Aside from some more unusual Bowie items (why hang onto them? no-one pays out for such things these days!), can anyone share this?

Musicians:
David Bowie, vocals, acoustic guitar
Mick Ronson, guitar
Trevor Bolder, bass
Mick Woodmansey, drums
Mike Garson, piano

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