David Bowie 1995-11-30 Glasgow ,Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre – Glasgow – .
Sound Quality Rating
101. THE MOTEL.flac
102. LOOK BACK IN ANGER.flac
103. HEART’S FILTHY LESSON.flac
104. SCARY MONSTERS.flac
105. THE VOYEUR.flac
106. OXFORD TOWN.flac
108. ANDY WARHOL.flac
109. THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD.flac
110. A SMALL PLOT OF LAND.flac
111. BOYS KEEP SWINGING.flac
201. STRANGERS WHEN WE MEET.flac
202. HALLO SPACEBOY.flac
203. JUMP THEY SAY.flac
204. BREAKING GLASS.flac
205. WE PRICK YOU.flac
206. NITE FLIGHTS.flac
207. TEENAGE WILDLIFE.flac
208. UNDER PRESSURE.flac
209. MOONAGE DAYDREAM.flac
Label : No label > The Hunky Geordie Tapes
Audio Source : Audience recording
Lineage : Unknown
Taping Gear : Unknown
Recording Location: Unknown
Total running time : 1:40:17
Sound Quality : very good. Equals record or radio/TV apart from a slight noise and some dullness.
Attendance : 9.500
Artwork : By Bewlay Brother Design 2011
“Meanwhile we’re breaking glass up here” said David Before Breaking Glass
Is Bowie so far behind that he’s years ahead again, as in Ziggy Stardust’s bygone days of yore? Who knows. Who cares.
What really matters is that Bowie in 1995 can rock it up most deftly, despite sporting a daft-looking raggedy, barefoot, lightly-coated-in-flour ensemble which is not going to set the fashion-world alight.
He started off bravely with a lengthy selection from his current Outside album, which has likewise failed to set record retailers’ cash registers a-ringing. Brave? Bowie surely diced with danger by kicking off with a song which featured the line “there’s no hell like an old hell”.
Oh hell; how old we have grown these past 15 years waiting for Bowie to escape his history and craft an all-good album.
Heck, but there was proof last night there is indeed good new stuff on Outside. There’s Heart’s Filthy Lesson, Strangers When We Meet, Hallo Spaceboy. And some of Bowie’s old stuff gets a fresh seeing-to, too: Andy Warhol and Boys Keep Swinging receive delicious camp-metal make-overs; The Man Who Sold The World goes glacial trip-hop.
They all sound great. Bowie’s arc’ing warble sounds better than ever. Whatever the year. Whatever fresh genre – industrial-opera? – Bowie’s just invented. The old boy keeps swinging, yes.
David Bowie Tour band 1995-1996 – Outside Tour
The Outside Tour was a tour by English rock musician David Bowie, opening on 14 September 1995 at Meadows Music Theatre – Hartford, Connecticut. Support during the US leg of the tour was provided by Nine Inch Nails, who segued their set with Bowie’s to form a continuous show. Prick opened the first date of the tour. Morrissey was the support act for the European leg, but withdrew from the tour after nine dates. On selected dates Reeves Gabrels performed songs from his album, The Sacred Squall of Now in addition to performing with Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie. The opening of the concert tour preceded the release of the 1. Outside album which was released on 25 September 1995.
• David Bowie – vocals
• Reeves Gabrels – guitar
• Carlos Alomar – guitar, backing vocals
• Gail Ann Dorsey – bass guitar, vocals
• Zack Alford – drums
• Mike Garson – piano
• Peter Schwartz – synthesizer, musical director
• George Simms – backing vocals, keyboards