Take a gander at the Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97) highlights uncommon front of Laurie Anderson’s “O Superman”
David Bowie’s “Splendid Live Adventures” arrangement — a six-section discharge zeroing in on the late symbol’s Nineties shows — proceeds with February twelfth with its fourth portion, Look at the Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97).
The most recent delivery includes Bowie’s presentation at the Phoenix Festival in Long Marston, England, on July twentieth, 1997. The setlist brags a small bunch Bowie hits, a substantial aiding of his then-new collection Earthling, and an uncommon version of Laurie Anderson’s exemplary “O Superman.”
Take a gander at the Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97) shows up February twelfth on restricted release twofold CD and triple vinyl through Rhino; the live collection is accessible to preorder now.
The most recent portion follows past “Splendid Live Adventures” passages Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95), No Trendy Rechauffe (Live Birmingham 95), and LiveandWell.com.
Take a gander at the Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97) Tracklist
“The Man Who Sold the World”
“Driftin’ Blues”/”The Jean Genie”
“I’m Afraid of Americans”
“Fight for Britain (The Letter)”
“Seven Years in Tibet”
“Searching for Satellites”
“The Hearts Filthy Lesson”
“Alarming Monsters (and Super Creeps)”
“Dead Man Walking”
“White Light/White Heat”
The second portion in the after death David Bowie live arrangement, Brilliant Live Adventures, will catch a 1995 show in Birmingham, England, and show up November twentieth through Parlophone Records.
No Trendy Réchauffé (Live Birmingham 95) was recorded at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Center on December thirteenth, 1995 as a feature of the Big Twix Mix Show celebration. While this denotes the primary full business arrival of the show, portions from it were shot and circulated by the BBC, while Bowie’s exhibitions of “Moonage Daydream” and “Under Tension” were remembered for the “Hallo Spaceboy” CD single.
The No Trendy Réchauffé setlist brags uncommon live exhibitions “Bounce They Say” and “Outsiders When We Meet.” The live collection will likewise incorporate two adaptations of “Hallo Spaceboy,” the second was attached to a music video Bowie was set to deliver for the tune at that point, however never did. The track was at last remixed by the Pet Shop Boys for a solitary delivery and an option special video was made.
No Trendy Réchauffé will be delivered on CD and as a twofold LP vinyl set, and both are accessible to preorder.
The Brilliant Live Adventure arrangement was reported back in October and will involve six live collections recorded during the Nineties. The principal, Ouvrez Le Chien, included a Dallas, Texas, show from 1995 and was delivered toward the finish of October. One more collection is required to show up before Christmas 2020, while the leftover three records will be delivered in mid 2021.
David Bowie’s Nineties live exhibitions will be the focal point of an impending arrangement of six show collections that will be delivered independently over the course of the following not many months.
Named Brilliant Live Adventures, the arrangement commences with Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95), a new computerized just delivery that will make its vinyl and CD presentation on October 30th.
The live LP — recorded at Dallas’ Starplex Amphitheater on October thirteenth, 1995 — catches the late symbol halfway through his visit on the side of 1995’s Outside. The gig’s setlist inclines intensely on that Brian Eno co-created collection, with tracks like “The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty),” “I Have Not Been to Oxford Town,” “I’m Deranged,” and “The Hearts Filthy Lesson.”
The other five Nineties live collections will be declared in the coming weeks, with two additionally showing up before the end of 2020 and the other three due out in mid 2021. The six LPs will be bound together by a Brilliant Live Adventures slipcase that is just accessible by means of Rhino and the Bowie store.
This year has likewise seen the computerized arrival of Nineties-period Bowie live LPs like Liveandwell.com and Something in the Air (Live Paris 99), in spite of the fact that it’s presently obscure whether those will at last be incorporated inside the Brilliant Live Adventures arrangement.
Ouvrez Le Chien Tracklist
Think Back in Anger
The Hearts Filthy Lesson
The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
I Have Not Been to Oxford Town
The Man Who Sold the World
We Prick You
Joe the Lion
David Bowie’s rarities-filled 1999 Paris show will fill in as the following portion in a continuous arrangement of advanced deliveries devoted to the music symbol’s Nineties show work.
Something in the Air (Live Paris 99) — one of a small bunch of full-show special exhibitions Bowie made after the arrival of 1999’s Hours — was recorded October fourteenth, 1999 at Paris’ Elysée Montmartre.
Prior that day, Bowie was granted the Commandeurs of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France’s most elevated creative honor, and that evening Bowie reacted with a set that ventured into the more uncommon corners of his list.
The 15-tune show highlighted “Can’t Help Thinking About Me,” a solitary he recorded in 1965 and hadn’t performed live in more than 30 years, in addition to restored interpretations of Station to Station’s “Promise on a Wing,” Aladdin Sane’s “Drive-In Saturday” and the live presentation of Hours’ “Something in the Air.”
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