David Bowie 2004-03-01 Pert , Supreme Court Gardens - All Along The Bell Tower - (DIEDRICH) - SQ 8,5

David Bowie 2004-03-01 Pert , Supreme Court Gardens – All Along The Bell Tower – (DIEDRICH) – SQ 8,5

– 01 INTRO.flac
– 02 REBEL REBEL.flac
– 03 NEW KILLER STAR.flac
– 04 FAME.flac
– 05 CACTUS.flac
– 06 I’VE BEEM WAITING FOR YOU.flac
– 07 ALL THE YOUNG DUDES.flac
– 08 CHINA GIRL.flac
– 09 THE LONELIEST GUY.flac
– 10 THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD.flac
– 11 PABLO PICASSO.flac
– 12 HALLO SPACEBOY.flac
– 13 SUNDAY – HEATHEN – BAND INTRODUCTION.flac
– 14 UNDER PRESSURE.flac
– 15 LIFE ON MARS.flac
– 16 LOOKING FOR WATER.flac
– 17 QUICKSAND.flac
– 18 DAYS.flac
– 19 WHITE LIGHT WHITE HEAT.flac
– 20 ASHES TO ASHES.flac
– 21 I’M AFRAID OF AMERICANS.flac
– 22 “HEROES”.flac
– 23 CHANGES.flac
– 24 TRY SOME ,BUY SOME.flac
– 25 FIVE YEARS.flac
– 26 SUFRAGETTE CITTY.flac
– 27 ZIGGY STARDUST.flac

Audio Source: audience
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Running time: Disc One = 73m 44s / Disc Two = 54m 18s

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Notes About The Concert:
– The title comes from the fact that, during the beautification of the Swan River foreshore on the the CBD side, a carillon was build at the Barrack Street Jetty which is just across the road from the venue.
– We got the obligatory greeting “Perth you crazy motherfuckers, how are you?”
– During ‘Fame’ the stage lighting went out, leaving only the follow-spots. Bowie makes mention of this.
– At the end of ‘The Loneliest Guy’ a woman a few seats away from me started blowing bubbles. The security goons started closing in but backed off when Bowie said “I like this kind of shit”.
– Having attended both the Sydney gigs I knew I’d be standing for the whole gig in Perth. My feet started hurting about 5 songs in and were knackered at the end of the night. However, considering where I was in the audience – just at the end of the catwalk where Bowie spent a lot of time – I was totally mesmerised and didn’t feel the full effects of the pain until the end of the gig.
– I’d like to take this opportunity to again thank Bowie Downunder

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