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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

David Bowie 07/03/73 The Hammersmith Odeon Hammersmith, London, UK Ziggy Farewell Tour His Masters Voice Soundboard @ 320

01 Intro / Hang On to Yourself
02 The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
03 All The Young Dudes
04 Oh You Pretty Things
05 Moonage Daydream
06 Changes
07 Space Oddity
08 Time
09 Suffragette City
10 Jean Genie (With Jeff Beck)
11 Love Me Do
12 Rock N Roll Suicide


Anonymous said...

beware another Bowie bootleg of an official release, per Wikipedia:
Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture is a live album by David Bowie, corresponding to the film of the same name. The music was recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on July 3, 1973, although the album was not issued by RCA until 1983. Prior to that it had existed in bootleg form, notably His Masters Voice - Bowie and the Spiders From Mars' Last Stand.

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Anonymous said...

This bootleg includes the medley "The Jean Genie/Love me do" featuring Jeff Beck on guitar, medley that doesn't appear neither in the film and in the official release. So that's the most interesting part of this bootleg. Thanks to the original uploader.

Anonymous said...

DAMN ME for believing in Wikipedia! i must now download this to add to my Bowie collection.