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Thursday, March 20, 2008

David Bowie 1972 The Year of the Spiders BBC Sessions Various Dates & Location @ 320




THE SOUND OF THE SEVENTIES WITH BOB HARRIS (18th May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]

1. Hang Onto Yourself
2. Ziggy Stardust
3. Waiting For The Man
4. Queen Bitch
5. Five Years

TOP GEAR TV SHOW WITH JOHN PEEL (16th May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]

6. White Light White Heat
7. Making Believe
8. Hang Onto Yourself
9. Suffragette City
10. Ziggy Stardust

THE JOHNNY WALKER SHOW (22nd May 1972)
[The Aeolian Hall, London, UK]

11. Starman
12. Space Oddity
13. Changes
14. Oh You Pretty Things

THE SOUND OF THE SEVENTIES WITH BOB HARRIS (23rd May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]

15. Andy Warhol
16. Lady Stardust
17. White Light White Heat
18. Rock'n'Roll Suicide

6 comments:

Chance said...

Great, thanks for this! They could've called it "The Month Of The Spiders," it's all from May '72.

DJ Medi4 said...

Are these the same takes as the 2 disc "Bowie At The BBE" sessions?

If so, too bad. If not, what a band, what a period of time for rock n roll, man...

If they're BBC recordings, get 'em.

This set should smoke.

DJ Medi4 said...

After checking Google & Amazon, it turns out that, yes, most likely, this is Disc 2 of the "Bowie Live @ The BEEB" 3-disc box set (which I believe is out of print).

Regardless, monster performance from Mark Ronson on these sessions. Top of his game.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you meant Mick Ronson. Mark Ronson already gets too much credit as it is. And yes, Mick is on top form here.

bluesband66 said...

Great stuff, Bowie at his best!!

Mega_Bowie_Fan said...

DJ’s right. This does look very much like disc 2 of the “Bowie at the Beeb” official release. However, the only track not available on the official release but is included here is “White Light, White Heat” which is from the May 23rd, 1972 Bob Harris Sounds of the Seventies session and is not on disc 2 of the official release. It is, however, also available on “The Remains from the Rise of Ziggy Stardust (BBC Sessions)” which is the compilation of some or all the tracks left off the ''David Bowie - The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68-72'' official release.