David Bowie 1974-06-08 Port Chester NY ,The Capitol Theater – Dawn Of The Dogs – (rehearsals).
Sound Quality Rating
01. Moonage Daydream.flac
02. Sweet Thing.flac
04. Suffragette City.flac
05. Aladdin Sane.flac
06. All The Young Dudes.flac
07. Diamond Dogs.flac
08. Panic In Detroit.flac
09. Big Brother.flac
11. The Jean Genie.flac
Madison, Wisconsin 1974-10-10
12. Rebel Rebel .flac
13. John I’m Only Dancing (Again).flac
Label: A Paranoid Production – BOW74
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: Lineage: Trade CDR
Total running time: 1:10:56
Sound Quality : Not good ,much Noise ,very dull
Recording during rehearsals at the Capitol Theatre ,Port Chester New York .
Throughout this recording one can clearly hear David’s choreographer Toni Basil Giving instructions to david and the 2 dancers.
Toni Basil is also heard instructing lighting director Jule Fisher.
David’s Voice can be heard intermittently throughout the recording.
info the year of the diamond dogs
Tour band 1974 (June – July)
• David Bowie – vocals
• Michael Kamen – electric piano, Moog synthesizer, oboe, music director
• Earl Slick – guitar
• Mike Garson – piano, mellotron
• David Sanborn – alto saxophone, flute
• Richard Grando – baritone saxophone, flute
• Herbie Flowers – bass
• Tony Newman – drums
• Pablo Rosario – percussion
• Gui Andrisano – backing vocals
• Warren Peace – backing vocals
Wow! After 25 years we finally get a glimpse of what the rehearsals before the Diamond Dogs Tour sounded like!
This recording is completely cut up, and most songs are not complete, but who cares?
The versions are in general the same as on the tour, but here you get the intro to TIME without the disturbing bro-bro-bro tape.
ALL THE YOUNG DUDES is even more mellow than the version on the tour, and it’s great!
The tracks from the rehearsal has been copied from a CDR, and I think it is a pity that the instructions from Tony Basil before MOONAGE DAYDREAM has been omitted!
The four last songs are from Madison have already been bootlegged on both vinyl and CD.
The strange thing is that on this disc, they haven’t been song-separated, so there are only 12 tracks on the CD!
The sound quality is okey, which together with the rarity of the material, makes this issue a true must!