David Bowie 1990-04-17 Roma ,Palazzo dello Sport, ( Full Audience Recording ) SQ 7

David Bowie 1990-04-17 Roma ,Palazzo dello Sport, ( Full Audience Recording ) SQ 7

01. INTRO-ODE TO JOY..flac
02. SPACE ODDITY..flac
03. CHANGES..flac
04. TVC 15..flac
05. REBEL, REBEL..flac
06. BE MY WIFE..flac
07. ASHES TO ASHES..flac
08. GOLDEN YEARS..flac
09. FASHION..flac
10. LIFE ON MARS..flac
11. BLUE JEAN..flac
12. LETS DANCE..flac
13. STAY..flac
14. CHINA GIRL..flac
15. SOUND AND VISION..flac
16. ZIGGY STARDUST..flac
17. STATION TO STATION..flac
18. YOUNG AMERICANS..flac
19. PANIC IN DETRIOT..flac
20. SUFFRAGETTE CITY..flac
21. FAME..flac
22. “HEROES”..flac
23. PRETTY PINK ROSE..flac
24. JEAN GENIE..flac
25. QUEEN BITCH..flac
26. ROCK AND ROLL SUICIDE..flac

low get audience recording

Bowie changed the name of the president to Lincoln during Young Americans.
Bad acoustics and a enthusiastic crowd.
The quality is only fair a lot of crowd noise and tinnie sound possible due I think to the venue.

Bowie is none too happy about the venue acoustics, referring to it as a toilet, otherwise he is quite happy to be in Rome and has a lot of enthusiasm as the performance builds. Based upon the last section of songs from Station To Station, the basic arrangements of the songs allow the band the room to feed off each other and by the time they get into Suffragette City, it’s time for all out rock and roll. One can surmise he has not played a rock show like this since the days of the Spiders in the early 70’s. Simply put, a well played and very enjoyable concert.

Musicians:
David Bowie, vocals, guitar, saxophone
Adrian Belew, guitar
Erdal Kizilcay, bass
Michael Hodges, drums
Ricky Fox, keyboards

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