David Bowie 1976-02-03 Seattle ,Center Coliseum - Live Special - (JEMS master) - SQ 8

David Bowie 1976-02-03 Seattle ,Center Coliseum – Live Special – (JEMS master).
Sound Quality Rating

01 – Intro.flac
02 – Station To Station.flac
03 – Suffragette City.flac
04 – I’m Waiting For The Man.flac
05 – Word On A Wing.flac
06 – Stay.flac
07 – TVC 15.flac
08 – Sister Midnight.flac
09 – Life On Mars.flac
10 – Five Years.flac
11 – Panic In Detroit.flac
12 – Fame.flac
13 – Changes.flac
14 – The Jean Genie.flac
15 – Queen Bitch.flac
16 – Rebel Rebel.flac

Label: No label
Source: Audience
Lineage: Master Reels @ full track mono > Tandberg Model 11
Taping Gear: Tandberg Model 11 R2R deck, Sony ECM-22P mic
Taped and Transferred: By: JEMS
Total running time
: 1:30:12
Sound Quality : noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Attendance: 15.000
Artwork: Yes.

This recording captures Bowie on the second night of his Isolar world tour in support of the album Station To Station. This was Bowie at his most rocking before he would switch directions and move towards more experimental electronic music of the Berlin Trilogy to follow.

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The Tour Band – The Station To Station Tour
• David Bowie – Vocals, saxophone
• Carlos Alomar – Rhythm guitar, music director,backing vocals
• Stacy Heydon – Lead guitar, backing vocals
• George Murray – Bass guitar, backing vocals
• Dennis Davis – Drums, percussion
• Tony Kaye – Keyboards
The band became known as “Raw Moon”

Crew
• Vern Moose Constan, Rob Joyce – Band technicians/personnel
• Lonnie McKenzie, Leroy Kerr, Lester Burton, Buddy Prewitt, Larry Sizemore – Lighting technicians/personnel
• Buford Jones, Scott Wadsworth – Sound technicians/personnel
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Notes:
JEMS master recording. Excellent sounding recording and performance. This recording captures Bowie on the second night of his Isolar world tour in support of the album Station To Station. This was Bowie at his most rocking before he would switch directions and move towards more experimental electronic music of the Berlin Trilogy to follow.

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