David Bowie – Breaking Glass Live EP: 7″ Picture Disc Single

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DAVID BOWIE
BREAKING GLASS LIVE E.P.
LIMITED EDITION 40th ANNIVERSARY 7″ PICTURE DISC.

Side A
1. Breaking Glass (live) (3.22)
(David Bowie, George Murray & Dennis Davis)
2. Art Decade (live) (3.12)
(David Bowie)

Side AA
1. Hang On To Yourself (live) (2.38)
(David Bowie)
2. Ziggy Stardust (live) (3.35)
(David Bowie)

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All tracks previously unreleased.

Produced by David Bowie
Recorded live by Tony Visconti with The Manor Mobile
Mixed by David Bowie and David Richards at Mountain Studios, Montreux 17th-22nd January, 1979.
Recorded Live at Earls Court, London, 30th June and 1st July, 1978

16th November 2018, sees the release of the latest limited DAVID BOWIE 7″ picture disc, the 40th-anniversary edition of the BREAKING GLASS EP.

This new version of the EP features three previously unreleased live versions of the original EP tracks plus the addition of an unreleased live version of Hang On To Yourself.

The Breaking Glass EP now features: BREAKING GLASS, ART DECADE, HANG ON TO YOURSELF and ZIGGY STARDUST live from Earls Court in London during the Isolar II tour of 1978.

These four tracks are alternative performances to the ones that recently appeared on the critically acclaimed live album WELCOME TO THE BLACKOUT (LIVE LONDON ’78), and none were featured on the original 1978 EP.

Initially released in the UK in January 1977 on the ground-breaking LOW album, the studio version of Breaking Glass was co-written by Bowie, bassist George Murray and drummer Dennis Davis. A longer, reworked version of the song was a staple of the Isolar II Tour, and a live version from that tour was used as the lead track on the original live 7″ EP to promote Bowie’s second live album, STAGE, in 1978.

The images used on the picture disc are by Masayoshi Sukita (A-Side) and Andrew Kent (AA-Side) taken during the Isolar II tour of 1978.

 

 

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Weight 100 g