David Bowie 1995-09-22 Philadelphia ,Camden Entertainment Waterfront Centre – Camden 22-09-1995 – .
02. Scary Monsters
04. Hallo Spaceboy
06. The Heart’s Filthy Lesson
07. I’m Deranged
08. I Have Not Been to Oxford Town
09. We Prick You
10. The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
11. A Small Plot of Land
12. Breaking Glass
13. Andy Warhol
14. The Man Who Sold the World
16. Teenage Wildlife
17. My Death
18. Jump They Say
19. Nite Flights
20. Joe the Lion
Label : LIKE THE VIDEO FILMS WE SAW4
Recorded: in XP mode with LPCM Sound – DVD9
Region: All Regions
Time: 87 mins
Attendance : 35.000
Artwork : Yes
Private Video not sure who filmed this but it’s low gen. [close, steady, some heads] There are some sound issues which stem from the master tape
David sang in a very strong voice
Forget the theory that artists are locked in an Oedipal struggle to kill their creative fathers. Nirvana played with the Meat Puppets, Pearl Jam backed up Neil Young, and now Nine Inch Nails have teamed up with David Bowie. It’s apparent that this collaboration has reinvigorated both artists.
Nine Inch Nails opened to a crowd dominated by their young fans. If Reznor was weary, of touring, he didn’t show it. The introspective studio Wunderkind who once stalked the stage like a caged animal has evolved into a confident band leader, taking NIN through a relentless, exhilarating survey of his career. The group has been reimagined as a stripped-down post-punk ensemble, supplanting drum machines with two drummers and de-emphasizing synthesizers for guitars. After barreling through a set that included a ferocious version of “Terrible Lie” and a funky, cut-up take on “Closer,” the band drifted into an atmospheric instrumental as Reznor picked up a saxophone to play a surprisingly accomplished solo.
They were soon joined by Bowie for a collaboration that was the high point of the show. Bowie’s Martian lounge-singer croon vied with Reznor’s blood-curdling caterwaul as Bowie’s “Scary Monsters” segued into NIN’s “Reptile.” A blistering version of “Hallo Spaceboy” (from Bowie’s new album, Outside) followed, with three drummers pounding away furiously. Reznor and Bowie continued to trade lines on the haunting “Hurt” before NIN left the stage.
Bowie then launched into an extended set of songs from Outside. Although these dark, difficult songs are arguably his best work since the ’70s, they were unfamiliar to the audience and not immediately accessible. Moreover, in a bid to put the eager-to-please Let’s Dance era behind him, Bowie studiously avoided playing his hits in favor of more obscure songs like “Andy Warhol,” “Joe the Lion” and “Breaking Glass.” Even though “The Man Who Sold the World” was familiar because of Nirvana’s cover, Bowie’s reinterpretation of it as an elegiac tribute rendered it barely recognizable. Yet while probably few knew Jacques Brel’s “My Death,” Bowie sang the song (which he used to perform during his Ziggy Stardust days) with such gut-wrenching emotion that he had the audience cheering in spite of himself.
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