Saturday, 3 December 2016

David Bowie - A London Boy (4CD) [2000.06.16+19]

David Bowie
'A London Boy' (4CD)
(100% British : DBALB001/2/3/4)
Roseland Ballroom
New York City, New York, USA
June 16th & 19th, 2000

Excellent Audience Recordings
DAT Recordings - DB Digital
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track Listings: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1: (June 16th, 2000)
01 Intro
02 Wild Is The Wind
03 Life On Mars
04 Golden Years
05 Changes
06 Stay
07 China Girl
08 Survive
09 Absolute Beginners
10 Ashes To Ashes
11 Rebel Rebel
12 Fame
13 This Is Not America
14 All The Young Dudes
Disc 2: (June 16th, 2000)
01 Starman
02 The Man Who Sold The World
03 Under Pressure
04 Station To Station
05 Seven
06 Thursdays Child
07 The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
08 Hallo Spaceboy
09 Ziggy Stardust
10 Heroes
11 Let's Dance
12 I'm Afraid Of Americans

Disc 3: (June 19th, 2000)
01 Intro
02 Wild Is The Wind
03 China Girl
04 Changes
05 Stay
06 Life On Mars
07 Absolute Beginners
08 Ashes To Ashes
09 The Jean Genie/Love Me Do
10 Cracked Actor
11 Little Wonder
12 This Is Not America
13 Wild Is The Wind*
*Yahoo Internet Life Awards 24th July 2000
Disc 4: (June 19th, 2000)
01 Fame
02 All The Young Dudes
03 The Man Who Sold The World
04 Station To Station
05 Starman
06 Hallo Spaceboy
07 Under Pressure
08 I Dig Everything
09 The London Boys
10 Heroes
11 Let's Dance
12 I'm Afraid Of Americans
13 Life On Mars*
*Yahoo Internet Life Awards 24th July 2000

Info (from N.Pegg's The Complete David Bowie): Two of the few summer concerts in 2000 (Bowie's last engagements since his child was to be born soon).
These are the two warm-up gigs on 16 and 19 of June at New York's Roseland Ballroom.The Band consisted of David Bowie  (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica), ), Mark Plati (guitar, bass guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass guitar), Earl Slick (lead guitar), Mike Garson (keyboards), Sterling Campbell (drums), Holly Palmer and Emm Gryner (backing vocals and percussion).
The BowieNet members only show on the 19th June (which was free and exclusive to BN subscribers) also featured guests Dennis Davis joining the backing on percussion for two songs and Thomas Dolby (keyboard and vocals) for one.
A third show on June 17 was called off at two hours' notice when Bowie found he was unable to sing, having contracted laryngitis.
The Bowienet show was attended by Iman, Duncan, Susan Sarndon and various members of The Cure. The Band was joined for the encores by Thomas Dolby, and also in attendance was Bowie's veteran drummer Dennis Davis. -Original

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