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
18. Guitar Jam (Soundcheck), 3:20
19. Wild Eyed Boy From Freeload (Soundcheck), 3:16
20. All The Young Dudes (Soundcheck), 1:37
Label:Dutch Connection – DB240573
Audio Source: audience
Total running time: 1:25:30
Sound Quality : Much noise ,dull ,but still good listened toAttendance:
“This is from the Aladdin Sane album, it’s called Cracked Actor” is 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?
David Bowie, vocals, acoustic guitar
Mick Ronson, guitar
Trevor Bolder, bass
Mick Woodmansey, drums
Mike Garson, piano