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Monday, March 3, 2008

David Bowie Bootleg Rapidshare The Essential David Bowie Disc 1: EMERGED FROM SHADOWS @ 320


Disc 1: EMERGED FROM SHADOWS (EDB 001)

1967-12-18: Top Gear (TX 1967-12-24 and 1968-01-28)
01. Love You 'till Tuesday
02. When I Live My Dream
03. Little Bombardier
04. Silly Boy Blue
05. In The Heat Of The Morning

1968-05-13: Top Gear (TX 1968-05-26 and 1968-06-20)
06. When I'm Five

1967-1969: various home demo & studio recordings
07. Right On Mother (1968 demo)
08. He Was Alright (a song for Marc)(full length 1968 demo)
09. Waiting For The Man (1967 studio recording)
10. Little Toy Soldier (1967 studio recording)
11. Space Oddity (1969 demo)
12. The Supermen (1969 demo)

1972-05-16: Sound Of The Seventies: John Peel (TX 1972-05-23)
13. White Light/White Heat
14. Moonage Daydream
15. Hang Onto Yourself
16. Suffragette City
17. Ziggy Stardust

2 comments:

Mega_Bowie_Fan said...

Part one of a great trio of albums. Getting some of the early work that Bowie did pre 1972 in such good quality is a rare event in itself I think. There are some unusual early songs here which don't appear to be on the path that Ziggy or the Thin White duke eventually found himself on. Having said that, track 8, "He was Alright" was eventually renamed and beefed up 4 years later to become "Lady Stardust" on Ziggy Stardust. Great album, thoroughly recommend it for fans of Ziggy and the early works.

Anonymous said...

Very good.
Je connaissais la plupart des sessions. Le son est remarquable.
Thank you very much.