David Bowie 2002-07-18 Montreaux , Auditorium Stravinsky - Cristal Night - SQ 8,5

David Bowie 2002-07-18 Montreaux , Auditorium Stravinsky – Cristal Night – SQ 8,5

100 SUNDAY.flac
101 LIFE ON MARS.flac
102 ASHES TO ASHES.flac
103 CACTUS.flac
104 SLIP AWAY.flac
105 CHINA GIRL.flac
106 STARMAN.flac
107 I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU.flac
108 I’M AFRAID OF AMERICANS.flac
109 STAY.flac
110 CHANGES.flac
111 FASHION.flac
112 FAME.flac
113 I WOULD BE YOUR SLAVE.flac
114 5:15 THE ANGELS HAVE GONE.flac
200 “HEROES”.flac
201 HEATHEN.flac
202 EVERYONE SAYS HI.flac
203 HALLO SPACEBOY.flac
204 LET’S DANCE.flac
205 ZIGGY STARDUST.flac
206 WARSZAWA.flac
207 SPEED OF LIFE.flac
208 BREAKING GLASS.flac
209 WHAT IN THE WORLD.flac
210 SOUND AND VISION.flac
211 ART DECADE.flac
212 AFRAID.flac
213 BE MY WIFE.flac
214 ALWAYS CRASHING IN THE SAME CAR.flac
215 SUBTERRANEANS.flac

David Bowie 18.07.2002
Live at Auditorium Stravinski

If there is one artist who deserves to be described as a trailblazer and mythic figure of rock and pop, it’s definitely David Bowie. Like a chameleon, throughout his career he has never stopped reinventing himself and exploring new horizons. In his new work Heathen, he joins up again with his favourite producer Tony Visconti. Some see this as going back to the roots, the year of the thirtief anniversary of Ziggy Stardust. On the other hand, some see this as a way of expanding the borders of pop/rock even further. One thing for sure, at the age of 55, Bowie is just as high-spirited as ever. (FFJM © 2002)

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