In 1987, David Bowie was a superstar - pop icon and movie star. The CD's are the recording of the Montreal concert at the Olympic Stadium on August 30th, 1987. This is a fantastic concert - it is more of a spectacle than any that I have seen before from David Bowie. A combination of the era that it was performed in which is shown in the outfits and style of dancing etc. We have found it to be a thoroughly entertaining show which covers alot of his best songs. Nice bonus…the 'special edition' comes with an AUDIO cd of the concert from a different date…so you get varying versions of the songs (and some songs not in the concert film, tho the 'charlie sexton' and 'iggy pop and the stooges' numbers are not on the cd) Going to upload the dvd later.
A previously unreleased live recording from Los Angeles on 5th September, 1974. This was a pivotal gig in the transition between the Diamond Dogs tour and the Philly Dogs tour. Produced by David Bowie and mixed by Tony Visconti at Human Studios, NYC in October/November 2016. 3 LP set with etching on sixth side. Recorded live at Los Angeles Amphitheatre, L.A. California, USA 1974-09-05. Record Store Day 2017 available in independent record shops, 3-LP set with etched vinyl. Limited edition of 17,000 copies worldwide.
David Bowie: In Memoriam. Liveandwell.com is a 1999 limited edition live album by David Bowie. It is not available commercially and could only be acquired by being subscribed to BowieNet at the time. The album is made up of recordings from the 1997 Earthling tour, featuring songs from the albums Earthling (1997) and 1. Outside (1995). A second release of the CD in 2000 came with a bonus disc made up of four rare remixes, one being the song "Fun", which was itself not released commercially.
Recorded live at the North East Art Rock Festival (NEARfest) on Sunday, June 29, 2003. Features the Glass Hammer choir, and a guest appearance by Rich Williams of Kansas performing “Portrait (He Knew).”
This, the third Glass Hammer release, was originally a limited edition run of 1000 copies for the real fanatics who simply couldn’t wait for the next full length GH epic. Featuring live rehearsal tracks from “Perelandra” and “Journey of the Dunadan” as well as unrecorded material from the period just after “Journey of the Dunadan” was released, the album has an irreverent, carefree feel to it and features scorching playing from all concerned.
Taking its title as a mockery of U2's self-mocking Achtung Baby, Oy Vey, Baby is one last dying gasp of the failed Tin Machine project. Not reaching nearly the appeal that was expected, with many Bowie fans being downright virulent in their dislike of this group, the Machine was unable to support themselves. (Interestingly, the roadies for this group were known to sport T-shirts that read "F*** You, I LIKE Tin Machine.") This is a rough record.