David Bowie 1997-06-14+16 Paris ,Parc des Princes - Nantes ,La Trocadiere - Dancing On Angels - SQ -9

David Bowie 1997-06-14+16 Paris ,Parc des Princes – Nantes ,La Trocadiere – Dancing On Angels – SQ -9

La Trocadiere, Nantes-Reze,, 16th June 1997
101 Dead Man Walking.flac
102 The Man Who Sold The Worl.flac
103 Strangers When We Meet.flac
104 The Last Thing You Should Do.flac
105 V2 Schneider.flac
106 I’m Afraid Of Americans.flac
107 White Light White Heat.flac
108 The Motel.flac
109 Battle For Britain.flac
110 Seven Years In Tibet.flac
111 Pallas Athena .flac
112 Fashion.flac
201 Fame.flac
202 Under Pressure.flac
203 Stay.flac
204 Telling Lies.flac
205 Looking For Satellites.flac
206 O Superman.flac
207 The Jean Genie.flac
208 Queen Bitch.flac
209 All The Young Dudes .flac
210 Hallo Spaceboy.flac
211 Scary Monsters.flac
212 Little Wonder.flac

Parc Des Princes, Paris, 14th June 1997
301 Quicksand.flac
302 Strangers When We Meet.flac
303 Dead Man Walking.flac
304 I’m Afraid Of Americans.flac
305 White Light White Heat.flac
306 Battle For Britain.flac
307 Seven Years In Tibet.flac
308 Fashion.flac
309 Fame.flac
310 Looking For Satellites.flac
311 Telling Lies.flac
312 Under Pressure.flac
313 Stay.flac
401 O Superman.flac
402 The Jean Genie.flac
403 All The Young Dudes.flac
404 Hallo Spaceboy.flac
405 Scary Monsters.flac
406 Little Wonder.lac

Slim’s, San Francisco ,Live 105 FM broadcast ,September 9, 1997
407 Interview.flac
408 Always Crashing In The Same Car.flac
409 I Can’t Read.flac
410 Interview.flac
411 Dead Man Walking.flac
412 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps).flac

Two out of three nights performed at The Warfield during the Earthling tour, opened by the radio broadcast of the morning before the first show. The radio broadcast contains a couple wonderful interview segments and four acoustic numbers — including the “country” version of “Sacry Monsters (And Super Creeps)”. Also of note is that each of the concerts share a unique moment. During the first show, Bowie completely flubs the beginning of “Look Back In Anger” and has a funny cover before restarting the song. During the second show, he ribs on himself and his earliest songs and then plays a few moments of “Can’t Help Thinking About Me”, transitioning this into “The Jean Genie”. Artwork by Native!


David Bowie, vocals, guitar, saxophone
Reeves Gabrels, guitar
Gail Ann Dorsey, vocals, bass, keyboards
Zachary Alford, drums
Mike Garson, keyboards



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