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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

David Bowie July 1974 Tower Theatre Philadelphia @ 320



I don't know if this is a soundboard or a very excellent audience recording
01 Knock On Wood
02 Jean Genie
03 Rebel Rebel
04 Changes
05 All The Young Dudes
06 Diamond Dogs
07 Big Brother
08 Rock N Roll Suicide
09 Aladdin Sane
10 1984
11 Moonage Daydream
12 Suffragette City

8 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for this. Very tasty. -- Stefan M. / Occupied Territories

Pablo said...

This is a great concert. It sounds like soundboard. Thanks!

mikey said...

holy crap i saw this tour in boston but i was so high i might as well have been at home in my sock drawer.

thanks for the post!

Anonymous said...

These tracks are from the official David Live album

Mega_Bowie_Fan said...

I agree with anonymous having spent about an hour listening to various tracks from the official "David live" album and then comparing them to this one. Checking through the fabulous Bassman's Bowie site there's no record of this under the 1974 bootleg tour dates. Checking it was a pleasant experience as 1974 is a great tour period but it was ultimately a saddening one as someone seems to have ripped parts of the official album with a view to make $ out of genuine fans. Shame on you!

Anonymous said...

Yes these tracks are from an RCA Holland CD release of a truncated David Live to cash in on the Stage Tour.

SlashQ said...

Title of this Cd RCA version " Rock Concert - Live At The Tower Philadelphia 1974" released 1979