Saturday, 2 January 2016

David Bowie - Vampires Of Human Flesh (Scary Monsters Demos)




David Bowie
'Vampires Of Human Flesh'
(Scary Monsters Demos and Alternative Versions)
(1994 Midnight Beat : MB CD 021)
The Power Station, New York City, New York, USA
Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps Mp3


http://www.discogs.com/David-Bowie-Vampires-Of-Human-Flesh/release/829712

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Scream Like A Baby             3:21
02 Because You're Young          4:54
03 Kingdom Come                    4:00
04 Up The Hill Backwards         3:23
05 It's No Game                        3:55
06 Is There Life After Marriage  4:38
07 Up The Hill Backwards         3:18
08 Teenage Wildlife                   7:10
09 Kingdom Come                    3:58
10 Scary Monsters                    5:11

This show in FLAC file format is here:
http://yup-yup-mark.blogspot.ca/2014/04/david-bowie-vampires-of-human-flesh-flac.html

Artists:
David Bowie - vocals & keyboards
Pete Townshend - guitar
Michi Hirota - Japanese narrator
Carlos Alomar - guitar
Robert Fripp - guitar
George Murray - bass
Dennis Davis - drums & percussion
Roy Bittan - piano
Tony Visconti - guitar & backing vocals (& producer!)
Andy Clark - synthesizer

Production Notes:
According to co-producer Tony Visconti, Bowie's method on Scary Monsters was somewhat less experimental and more concerned with achieving a commercially-viable sound than had been the case with his recent releases; to that end the composer spent more time on his own developing lyrics and melodies before recording, rather than improvising music in the studio and making up words at the last minute.[2] Aside from one cover, Tom Verlaine's "Kingdom Come", all tracks would be credited to Bowie alone, unlike the 'Berlin Trilogy' where he had increasingly relied on input from his collaborators.

Among those collaborators, Brian Eno was no longer present on Scary Monsters but, following his absence from Lodger, Robert Fripp returned with the distinctive guitar sound he had earlier lent to "Heroes". Bruce Springsteen's pianist Roy Bittan was back for his first Bowie album since Station to Station (1976), while The Who's Pete Townshend guested on the bittersweet love song "Because You’re Young". -Original

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