David Bowie 1976-05-07 London ,Wembley Empire Pool - Don't Touch That Dial - SQ -8

David Bowie 1976-05-07 London ,Wembley Empire Pool – Don’t Touch That Dial –
Sound Quality Rating

01. Station To Station.flac
02. Suffragette City.flac
03. Fame.flac
04. Word On A Wing.flac
05. Stay.flac
06. Waiting For The Man.flac
07. Queen Bitch.flac
08. Life On Mars.flac
09. Intro – Changes.flac
10. TVC 15.flac
11. Diamond Dogs.flac

Label: MARC ‎– DB 76072
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: TDK C60>iON Tape Deck
Total running time: 1:03:05
Sound Quality : noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Attendance: 8.000
Artwork: YES.

Originally released in Japan by a Japanese label, Marc, as “Don’t Touch That Dial”, with a single production run of 2,000. Japanese law at the time allowed the production and sale of any LPs by non-JASRAC artists, so long as the recording had been made before 1978. Thus, the original Marc release was perfectly legal under Japanese law

” it is a good sounding audience recording for the era. The performance is excellent and is great fun to hear, with Bowie in great voice and jovial mood (drunk again!) Tony Kaye really shows his class on this too. […] It’s a shame the intro to Station To Station is cut as Stacey Heydon was a class act and really did a magnificent job on it. Several tracks are missing but that’s the way with boots of this era. I remember DB created the howling effect at the end of Diamond Dogs by standing on the edge of the stage and swinging his microphone Roger Daltry style in front of the PA stack to get the feedback on every pass. Too funny.”

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Quality: A Side good / B Side good

Quality Ranking: Fair / Good / Very Good /

Tour band Isolar 1976:

David Bowie – vocals, saxophone
Raw Moon – rhythm guitar
Carlos Alomar – rhythm guitar
Stacey Heydon – lead guitar
Dennis Davis – drums, percussion
George Muray – bass
Tony Kaye – keyboards, synthesizers

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