David Bowie 2003-11-22 Dublin ,The Point Theatre (1st Night) (Johnky Master) .
Sound Quality Rating
01. Intro Music.flac
02. Rebel Rebel.flac
03. New Killer Star.flac
08. All The Young Dudes.flac
09. China Girl.flac
10. The Loneliest Guy.flac
11. The Man Who Sold The World.flac
12. Hallo Spaceboy.flac
14. Band Intros.flac
15. Under Pressure.flac
16. Life on Mars.flac
17. Ashes To Ashes.flac
18. The Motel.flac
19. Loving The Alien.flac
20. Never Get Old.flac
22. Im Afraid Of Americans.flac
24. Bring Me The Disco King.flac
25. Slip Away.flac
26. Heathen (The Rays).flac
27. Five Years.flac
28. Hang On To Yourself.flac
29. Ziggy Stardust.flac
Label : No label
Audio Source : Audience recording
Lineage : 2CDR master
Taping Gear : At831b > Sony MZ-G755 > Sound Forge 6.0
Recording Location: Unknown
Total running time : 2:19:35
Sound Quality : very good. Equals record or radio/TV apart from a slight noise and some dullness.
Attendance : 12.000
Artwork : None
Review: Kevin Courtney
What a starman.
Bowie’s on sale again and, for two nights in a row, the fans are buying. The Point is stuffed on Saturday night for Bowie’s Reality tour, but are we just living out a rock ‘n’ roll fantasy, or does the Thin White Duke still rule?
Happily, Bowie performed plenty of his classic songs from the 1970s, and some of his better hits from the 1980s, but the reality is that he also played a lot of material from latter-day albums such as Earthling, Hours…, Heathen and his most recent platter Reality.
If, however, you went to the bar or the bathroom during these songs, then you missed a whole dimension of Dave, not to mention half the gig.
At 56, Bowie is looking lean, trim but still superbly iconic; his skeletal grin beaming down on the Dublin audience as he attempts to greet us as Gaeilge.”Conas ataw shin?” he asks, very nearly getting it right. “Gurramahagive!” he cries, hitting the mark this time.
Fame gives us a taster of classics to come, but a cover of The Pixies’ Cactus packs more of a sting. China Girl gives guitarists Earl Slick and Gerry Leonard a chance to spar, while The Loneliest Guy lets pianist Mike Garson loose and lets Bowie show some emotion. Under Pressure allows bassist Gail Ann Dorsey to show her vocal prowess, as she handles Freddie Mercury’s part with kid gloves – not my favourite Bowie song but definitely a high point of the show.
Sometimes, the old songs didn’t fit the new band very well; Ashes To Ashes was a pale ember, while Changes seemed to slip like quicksilver into thin air. Life On Mars, however, was triumphant.
Visually, Bowie kept it linear, with one wide screen behind the band, and a second screen above the crowd, giving us close-ups of Bowie’s bone-structure. He strolled suavely along a raised walkway for Bring Me The Disco King, and jumped around on it for Hallo Spaceboy.
This multi-dimensional show ended with a trilogy of Five Years, Hang On To Yourself, and Ziggy Stardust, all from his seminal album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. What a starman.
David Bowie Tour band 2003-2004 A Reality Tour
A Reality Tour was a worldwide concert tour by David Bowie in support of the Reality album. The tour commenced on 7 October 2003 at the Forum Copenhagen, Denmark, continuing through Europe, North America, Asia, including a return to New Zealand and Australia for the first time since the 1987 Glass Spider Tour. Bowie retired from performing live in 2006, making this tour his last.
The tour grossed US$46 million, making it the ninth-highest-grossing tour of 2004.
The Tour band
• David Bowie – vocals and acoustic guitar
• Earl Slick – lead guitar
• Gerry Leonard – guitar, backing vocals
• Gail Ann Dorsey – bass guitar, vocals
• Sterling Campbell – drums, percussion
• Mike Garson – keyboards, piano
• Catherine Russell – backing keyboards/backing vocals
Start date 11 June 2002
End date 23 October 2002