David Bowie 1972-10-07 Chicago ,Auditorium Theatre – Chicago – (blackout).
Sound Quality Rating
01. ODE TO JOY.flac
02. HANG ON TO YOURSELF.flac
03. ZIGGY STARDUST.flac
04. THE SUPERMAN.flac
05. QUEEN BITCH.flac
07. LIFE ON MARS.flac
08. FIVE YEARS.flac
09. SPACE ODDITY.flac
10. ANDY WARHOL.flac
11. MY DEAD.flac
12. WIDTH OF A CIRCLE.flac
13. BAND INTRO.flac
14. JOHN, I’M ONLY DANCING.flac
15. MOONAGE DAYDREAM.flac
17. WAITING FOR THE MAN.flac
18. WHITE LIGHT,WHITE HEAT.flac
19. SUFFRAGETTE CITY.flac
20. THE JEAN GENIE.flac (performed for the first time).
Label : From the Blackout archives
Audio Source: audience > Maxell XLII90
Total running time: 1:16:51
Sound Quality : noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Artwork: By Bewlay Brother design 2012.
Fairly average quality audience from Chicago, got this one years ago so it might be lower generation?
I find the first half far more listenable than the second half.
Notable because Starman is played. There are a few minor cuts here and there, but nothing major.
At the end you can hear some bars of Rock N’Roll Suicide, which indicates it was played, but the tape cuts out and then comes back to the ‘outro’ recording.
“Thank you very much,were gonna do a number from the Hunk Dory Album it’s called Life on Mars“ Bowie tells the audience who are reasonably enthusiastic and clap along with many a song.Afrer Five fears Bowie gets his 12-string guitar shouldered for Space Oddity,and meanwhile people from the audience call out the names of their favorite songn,e.g. Andy Warhol and Saviour Machine. Space Oddity Starts and the audience quite enjoy that too.It is splendidly performed with Robson playing the second part.
At the beginning of Andy Warhol Bowie stops and a lot of screaming of the audience can he heard. Something is happening with over-enthusiastic fans or something of the sort; at least Bowie soon continues.
This time Bowie does not announce My Death and when it Starts no one applauds,for no one knows it. But the audience are quite silent while the song lasts and gives it a great applause when it is over.
To Moonage Daydream Bowie.says “This is a number by Ziggy” and for the first line e he sings – off key – “Well I’m an ace invader”! Not very successful,so he stops immediately and starts anew. “This is a number from Ziggy,it’s Called Moonage Daydream“ .
“Thank you!” he calls gratefully when he is called back for Jean Genie. “We’ve done some recording and this is one we recorded in New York,and it’s for a friend of ours,Iggy Pop. He’s not here tonight so it’s for you here,it’s called Jean Genie“. After this song there is Rock & Roll Suicide.
David Bowie Tour Band – The Ziggy Stardust Tour
David Bowie – vocals, guitar, harmonica
Mick Ronson – guitar, vocals
Trevor Bolder – bass
Mick “Woody” Woodmansey – drums
Matthew Fisher – piano (20 Apr 1972 – 27 May 1972)
Robin Lumley – piano (2 Jun 1972 – 15 Jul 1972)
Nicky Graham – piano (1 Aug 1972 – 7 Sep 1972)
Mike Garson – piano, mellotron, organ (22 September 1972 – end of tour)
John Hutchinson – rhythm guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar (8 Apr 1973 – 20 Apr 1973 – 3 July 1973)
Aynsley Dunbar – additional drums (8 Apr 1973 – 20 Apr 1973)
Geoffrey A. MacCormack – backing vocals, percussion (19 January 1973 – end of tour)
Ken Fordham – saxophone (19 January 1973 – end of tour)
Brian Wilshaw – saxophone, flute (19 January 1973 – end of tour)
Robin Mayhew ,Will Palin ,Mick Hince ,Dean Heiser – Sound ,Ground Control ,Front of House Engineer ,Stage hands
Nigel Olliff, Nick Gilbey, Paul Normand and crew – Lights ,1972 Heavy Light ,1973 See Factor Industries NY Bob See ,Steve Hurston ,Mick Fussey
Peter Hunsley – Stage Equipment
Suzi Fussey – Wardrobe, Makeup and Hair