David Bowie 1990-08-05 Milton Keynes ,National Bowl -WBCN 104.1 FM master recording (Glasnostrd19) SQ 9+
01. Radio Introduction 1.26.flac
02. Space Oddity 5.18.flac
03. Rebel rebel 3.12.flac
04. Ashes To Ashes 5.03.flac
05. Fashion 4.55.flac
06. Band Introductions by David Bowie 1.10.flac
07. Life On Mars 3.57.flac
08. Pretty Pink Rose 4.57.flac
09. Sound and Vision 3.25.flac
10. Blue Jean 3.19.flac
11. Let’s Dance 4.32.flac
12. Radio Announcer .08.flac
13. Stay 6.33.flac
14. Ziggy Stardust 3.57.flac
15. China Girl 5.35.flac
16. Station To Station 7.23.flac
17. Young Americans 5.00.flac
18. Suffragette City 3.01 (fade out after song ends).flac
19. Fame 6.07 (applause fades in).flac
20. “Heroes” 4.58.flac
21. Radio Announcer 1.18.flac
22. Changes 2.58.flac
23. Jean Genie 3.26.flac
24. Gloria 3.05.flac
25. White Light, White Heat 4.17.flac
26. Modern Love 4.24.flac
It was a hot summer’s day back in 1990 that a crowd of 60,000 gathered at the Milton Keynes Bowl to watch David Bowie in concert.
As temperatures soared fans were treated for dehydration, sun burn and heat exhaustion. It was the second time that David Bowie has played Milton Keynes.
It was billed as a farewell as Bowie said it would be the last time he would perform his hit songs of the past three decades. The concert was also attend by fellow musicians Dave Stewart of The Eurythmics and Siobhan Fahey of Bananarama and Shakespeare’s Sister.
“Bowie always someone who’s kept skirting around the edge and because of that you can learn a lot from him.
“He’s always experimenting.”
– DAVE STEWART, MUSICIAN
“I think he’s spawned a whole generation of pop stars. He’s one of my heroes.
“I enjoyed it – I was out there dancing with the rest of them,”
– SIOBHAN FAHEY, MUSICIAN