David Bowie 1976-02-09 Los Angeles ,The Forum - Wish Upon A Star - SQ -8

David Bowie 1976-02-09 Los Angeles ,The Forum – Wish Upon A Star –
Sound Quality Rating

01 Panic In Detroit.flac
02 Fame.flac
03 Changes.flac
04 Diamond Dogs.flac
05 Waiting For The Man.flac
06 Word On A Wing.flac
07 Stay.flac
08 TVC 15.flac

Rotterdam 1976-05-13 (Sound-board)
09 Life On Mars .flac
10 Five Years .flac
11 Panic In Detroit .flac

Label: Isolar Music ‎– ISOLAR 9276
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: SilverCD-
Total running time: 1:00:54
Sound Quality : noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Attendance: 16.000
Artwork: YES.
Note : The L.A. songs are recorded off the vinyl with the same title

Bowie announces the number: “A very old friend of both yours and mine,Iggy Pop,is gonna do an album with me and this is a song we’re doing on the album,and it’s called Sister Midnight. It is rather a long version,which is accompanied by a lot of screaming from the audience.

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This record gives a good impression of the high standard of the concert: each song is played splendidly,with great vigour; the audience are quite thrilled,they can be heard en masse, which lends the record a fine atmosphere. Panic in Detroit is performed really magnificently with a long drum solo by Dennis Davis,who imparts a special flavour to the version by making all sorts of funny sounds with his mouth. The solo stops,and the number is ended with a short solo by each one of the mem­bers of the band, “This is a song by my very favourite Lou Reed Bowie says during the beginning of Waiting For the Man. In TVC15 Bowie plays the saxophone for a while; the audience cry out their enthusiasm,although,to be honest,I think it is awful! It sounds rather like a bleating goat!

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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