David Bowie 1976-04-28 Gothenburg ,Scandinavium – Northern Line –
Sound Quality Rating
01. Station To Station.flac
02. Suffragette City.flac
04. Word On A Wing.flac
06. Waiting For The Man.flac
07. Queen Bitch.flac
08. Life On Mars.flac
09. Five Years.flac
10. Panic In Detroit.flac
11. band introductions.flac
13. TVC 15.flac
14. Diamond Dogs.flac
15. The Jean Genie.flac
16. Rebel Rebel.flac
Label: from The Hunky Geordie Tapes – HUG175CD
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: TDK D90 (nicmac) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck
Total running time: 1:26:23
Sound Quality : Much noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Note: This tape also circulates under the name ‘Oslo 25-4-76’,even though Bowie didn’t play Oslo in 1976.
This is a good show,the songs are played thunderously,especially Station to Station. At the back of this icehockey arena there was a chair,upon which sat Mr Iggy Pop. He sat and stared with rather a boring face,but according as Bowie played longer,Iggy grew wilder! During the encores he was dancing on the stage! On the tape one can hear someone scream “There’s Iggy!” (in Swedish) at that moment.
After Changes the sound of all the songs is different from before. Bowie’s voice is hardly discernable,being over-powered by Stacy Heydon’s guitar.
Jean Genie and Rebel Rebel are playes as encores.
This tape also circulates under the name ‘Oslo 25-4-76’,even though Bowie didn’t play Oslo in 1976.
iZotope RX2 denoiser to remove hiss
Small gap in Station To Station (1:30-1:34). Fixed by patch from the Noggin version (Maxell UD90 tape, then lineage as above). Clean.
Gap at 5:27 in Waiting For The Man – fade-out/in.
Tape flip between Queen Bitch and Life On Mars? One is the same as the first gap, see below.
Two small jumps at the start of Life On Mars? (at 1.3 and 5.5 seconds, removed with fades).
Join (on source tape) in crowd noise just before start of TVC 15 – different timbre from this point onwards. Volume reprofiling to these tracks as well.
Rebel Rebel cuts out shortly before the end.
Sector boundary errors tidied with TLH.