David Bowie - Live At The Montreal Forum 1983: Dark Red Coloured Double Vinyl LP


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The Very Best – Live At The Montreal Forum 1983/Serious Moonlight Tour

Dark red coloured vinyl 180g 2LP in hand numbered gatefold Sleeve £25.99

• Legendary performance from the Montreal Forum, Canada
• Includes the entire King Biscuit Flower Hour Radio broadcast
• Digitally remastered for greatly enhanced sound quality
• Background liners

Side 1
1 Intro > Look Back In Anger 3.05
2 Breaking Glass 2.47
3 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 3.28
4 Rebel Rebel 2.15
5 Heroes 5.01
6 What In The World 3.34
7 Life On Mars 4.07
8 Sorrow 2.37
9 Golden Years 3.21

Side 2
1 Fashion 2.46
2 Let’s Dance 4.35
3 Red Sails 3.37
4 China Girl 5.12
5 White Light / White Heat 4.37
6 Station To Station 8.55

Side 3
1 Cracked Actor 3.12
2 Ashes To Ashes 3.41
3 Space Oddity > Band Introductions 6.33
4 Young Americans 5.08
5 Cat People (Putting Out Fire) 4.06
6 TVC15 3.52

Side 4
1 Fame 4.41
2 Star 2.29
3 Stay 8.15
4 The Jean Genie 6.18
5 I Can’t Explain 2.50
6 Modern Love 3.54

David Bowie – vocals & guitar
Carlos Alomar – guitar
Earl Slick – guitar
David LeBolt – Keys,
Lenny Pickett- sax
Stan Harrison – baritone sax
Steve Elson – tenor sax
Carmen Rojas – bass,
Tony Thompson – drums
George & Frank Simms – backing vocals

David Bowie’s sold-out 1983 tour, Serious Moonlight, was the biggest of his career to this point. Bowie embarked upon the tour to promote his 15th studio album Let’s Dance, produced by music maestro and Chic guitarist, Nile Rodgers. Racking up 98 dates across 15 countries, it sold in excess of 2.6 million tickets worldwide, delighting die-hard fans and bringing this more ‘accessible’ Bowie to a whole new generation of audiences.Bowie, and long-time collaborator Carlos Alomar, conceived the set list as a showcase for his body of work spanning some 15 years. The concert featured here took place at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Canada, on 12 July 1983,broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour radio show. It was the first of a two-night stand at the venue and rewarded audiences with fan favourites from 13 studio albums. From Space Oddity from his 1969 self-titled second album, all the way to the (then) present hits fromLet’s Dance, the Montreal crowd were taken on a rocket-fuelled tour de force of some of Bowie’s greatest hits.

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