David Bowie 1973-02-15 New York ,Radio City Music Hall (blackout) – SQ 7

David Bowie 1973-02-15 New York ,Radio City Music Hall (blackout) - SQ 7

David Bowie 1973-02-15 New York ,Radio City Music Hall (blackout).
Sound Quality Rating

01. Hang Onto Yourself
02. Ziggy Stardust
03. Changes
04. Soul Love
05. John, I’m Only Dancing
06. Drive-In Saturday
07. Five Years
08. Space Oddity
09. My Death
Second Set:
10. The Supermen
11. Aladdin Sane
12. Panic In Detroit
13. Moonage Daydream
14. Width Of A Circle
15. Time
16. Let’s Spend The Night Together
17. Watch That Man
18. Suffragette City
19. Rock N’Roll Suicide

Label: No label > From the Blackout archives
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: TDKSA90 Cassette –> TEAC Tape Deck w600r –> RealTek HD Audio Manager –> Audacity
Total running time: 1:25:26
Sound Quality : Much noise ,dull ,but still good listened to
Attendance: 5.884 Sold out
Artwork: None.

This version has a cut in Panic In Detroit, very small, which was a tape divide/tape flip. It also is missing the Ode To Joy and starts right with Hang Onto Yourself.
The quality of Drive In Saturday and Let’s Spend the Night Together is a bit different than other songs on the cassette, wondering if they were patched from a different source.
Please give me some feedback on this one and enjoy the listen!!

Another great concert, and quality-wise this is the best tape of 1973.

After the beatifully sung My Death,the film of the cosmos rushing at high speed towards the audience was again produced,accompanied by all kinds of space sounds. The audien­ce’s response to this is quite funny: lots of “Oh my god”s and some one says “Oh god,I have never seen anything like it!”. The film charges into Supermen ,this time in a special perfor­ mance: Bowie sings the first lyrics and then the band join in. Very good!
Bowie announces the new songs of Aladdin Sane. “That was called Aladdin Sane. This is called Panic in Detroit,which was written in Detroit” Bowie says,and immediately afterwards a man from the audience can be heard to shout “When’s your album corning out?”. But there is no reply from Bowie!

David Bowie Tour Band – The Ziggy Stardust Tour
David Bowie – vocals, guitar, harmonica
Mick Ronsonguitar, vocals
Trevor Bolderbass
Mick “Woody” Woodmanseydrums
Matthew Fisherpiano (20 Apr 1972 – 27 May 1972)
Robin Lumleypiano (2 Jun 1972 – 15 Jul 1972)
Nicky Grahampiano (1 Aug 1972 – 7 Sep 1972)
Mike Garsonpiano, mellotron, organ (22 September 1972 – end of tour)
John Hutchinsonrhythm guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar (8 Apr 1973 – 20 Apr 1973 – 3 July 1973)
Aynsley Dunbaradditional drums (8 Apr 1973 – 20 Apr 1973)
Geoffrey A. MacCormackbacking vocals, percussion (19 January 1973 – end of tour)
Ken Fordham – saxophone (19 January 1973 – end of tour)
Brian Wilshawsaxophone, 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



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