David Bowie 1976-05-13 Rotterdam ,Ahoy Sports Palais - Rock n Roll As Much As We Can - (SBD) - SQ 8

David Bowie 1976-05-13 Rotterdam ,Ahoy Sports Palais – Rock n Roll As Much As We Can – (SBD)
Sound Quality Rating

101 Station To Station.flac
102 Suffragette City.flac
103 Fame.flac
104 Word On A Wing.flac
105 Stay.flac
106 Waiting For The Man.flac
107 Life On Mars.flac
108 Five Years.flac
201 Panic In Detroit.flac
202 Band Introduction.flac
203 Changes.flac
204 TVC15.flac
205 Diamond Dogs.flac
206 Rebel Rebel.flac
207 The Jean Genie.flac

The Dinah Shore Show (CBS TV) ,aired on 3rd January 1976.
208 Stay (bonus track).flac
209 Five Years (bonus track).flac

Label: Eat A Peach – EAT 81/82
Audio Source: audience
Total running time: 1:34:11
Sound Quality : noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Attendance: 5.000
Artwork: yes.
Note : This is not a newly surfaced recording, but simply a remastered version of an old tape.

This is a fantastic concert;
It is not without reason that it got so many favourable reviews. Elly de Waard for instance wrote: ‘David Bowie greater than great’. .

After a five minutes’ drum solo during Panic in Detroit,Bowie introduces the band: “Good evening Rotterdam. I’d like firstly to introduce my band Raw Moon,and I’ll introduce the personnel. On keyboards,the origi­nal Yes keyboard player – Tony Kaye. On guitar,co-writer with myself and John Lennon on FameCarlos Alomar. (Tony Kaye sets in the first notes of Changes.) “On percussion Dennis Da­vis,on bass guitar George Murray and on guitar Stacy Heydon … Tony,Tony~ Hold it a minute”. (Tony stops playing.) “Uhm,how many of you here speak English? You’re very kind,because we’re very rude and we don’t speak your language but we do speak English. I’d like to tell you that most of us in this band to­ night,are very ill! Haha,with bronchitis,but we wanna try and rock and roll as much as we can. And my name is David Bowie, and this is a bronchial version of Changes. The song is played excellently,ending with a magnificent bass solo by George Murray. At the end of Jean Genie Bowie says; “We’ll see some of you tomorrow”.

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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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