David Bowie 1974-10-10 Madison ,University of Wisconsin (SK- 2nd gen) (RAW) - SQ 6,5

David Bowie 1974-10-10 Madison ,University of Wisconsin (SK- 2nd gen) (RAW) – SQ 6,5
Sound Quality Rating

01 Intro – Memory Of A Free Festival
02 Rebel Rebel
03 John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)
04 Sorrow
05 Changes
06 1984
07 Moonage Daydream
08 When You Rock’n’roll With Me
09 Love Me Do-The Jean Genie
10 Diamond Dogs
11 Young Americans
12 Can You Hear Me
13 It’s Gonna Be Me
14 Somebody Up There Likes Me
15 Suffragette City
16 Rock’n’roll Suicide

Label: No label
Audio Source: audience
Lineage:
Total running time: 1:15:03
Sound Quality : Not good ,much Noise ,very dull
Attendance: ????????
Artwork: None.

This is the third concert of the Soul Tour,but already Bowie is hoarse.
“Hmm,Madison,good evening” he says during Rock & Roll With Me,“it’s a pleasure and a privilige to be here. Thanks for having me”. Bowie Announces the new numbers of the Young Americans set: “Here are some very new songs. We’ve just recorded them. And they’re for an album that won’t be out until next year,so we’re gonna play them for ya now. This one is called Young Americans”. And Can You Hear Me: “This song is for girls. Yes,here’s a love song. I don’t write many love songs”. At the beginning of Rock & Roll Suicide Bowie says: “This is the first time that we’ve been here,and we’re coming back,haha!”. The audience cheer,but on the whole one cannot hear much of the audience : This tape has a rather direct sound. “You’re not alone,helieve it” Bowie sings,and gets visibly emotional. “All you gotta do is win! Win! Loose? Win ,yeah!” he sings passionately,and at the end of the song he calls out “Oh you’re wonderful,I bless ya! I love ya! I’ll see you again soon! I mean it”. The audience applaude and the announcer says: “Ladies and gentlemen ,Mr Bowie has left the theatre”

The Band
Mike Garson (piano, mellotron),
Carlos Alomar (guitar),
Earl Slick (lead guitar),
Emir Ksasan (bass guitar),
Dennis Davis (drums),
Pablo Rosario (percussion),
David Sanborn (alto sax, flute),
Richard Grando (baritone sax flute),
Michael Kamen (electric piano, moog, oboe),
Geoff McCormack, Ava Cherry, Robin Clark, Jean Fineberg, Anthony Hinton, Diane Sumler and Luther Vandross (backing vocals).

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