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 on: Today at 09:29:05 PM 
Started by learm - Last post by Nathan
Big thanks for this gem!  Cool

 on: Today at 09:15:37 PM 
Started by learm - Last post by other
Many thanks learm for sharing this rare find here.


 on: Today at 08:57:47 PM 
Started by learm - Last post by learm
David Bowie
Town Hall, Birmingham, UK
June - 22 - 1973

Unknown gen copy of an audience recording received in a trade by wetransfer.

flac files from trade -> Mindwarppavilion
I would rate the recording as g+. No EQ was done.
After one third of Waiting For The Man the right channel gets very low. This continues until the first third of the next track, White Light White Heat.
The sound levels are quite unbalanced.

This tape seems to be very rare as it never appeared on any torrent tracker (as far as I could find out). The recording itself is by no means
complete as it is composed of the 2 shows of that day and from both shows quite some portions are missing.
what in my opinion makes this recording great is the atmosphere of the set, especially during more quiet passages. You can almost materialize how the fans are reaching out
their arms to touch David. Amongst others there are great versions of Time, Jean Genie/Love Me Do and especially Let's Spend The Night Together with a big portion
of Mike Garson's piano (who "is not really a Spider" according to David's band introduction). And what a nice transition from Wild Eyed Boy.. to All The Young Dudes.
Attached you find  not only the cover from the original recording but also some other items I found in the web like a copy of the ticket stub, a very blurred photo of one of
the shows and the poster.
The recording is supposed for 2 cd's While as it is below 80 min. it fits on one cd. So it's up to you what you make out of it.
I hope you will enjoy this tape as much as I do.
I will upload also a remastered version after this upload. Don't miss it.

setlist (length 79:41):

CD 1: early show

01 - Intro
02 - Hang On To Yourself
03 - Ziggy Stardust
04 - Watch That Man
05 - Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
06 - All The Young Dudes
07 - Oh! You Pretty Things
08 - Moonage Daydream
09 - Queen Bitch
10 - Space Oddity

CD 2: late show

11 - William Tell Overture (Intro)
12 - Jean Genie
13 - Time
14 - Width Of A Circle
15 - Band Intro
16 - Let's Spend The Night Together
17 - Suffragette City
18 - I'm Waiting For The Man
19 - White Light White Heat

the band:

David Bowie vocals, guitar, harmonica
Mick Ronson guitar, vocals
Trevor Bolder bass
Mick "Woody" Woodmansey drums
Mike Garson piano, mellotron, organ
Geoffrey A. MacCormack backing vocals, percussion
Ken Fordham saxophone
Brian Wilshaw saxophone, flute

Support the artists, go to their shows, buy their albums.
Do not convert to lossy files, unless for personal use. Don't ever sell!

Uploaded to Mindwarppavilion by learm 2014/11/24

 on: Today at 02:29:44 PM 
Started by learm - Last post by overend


 on: Today at 05:35:51 AM 
Started by learm - Last post by wizardpiss
Thanks a lot for this and all the wonderful Roxy Music shows you've posted. I've been listening to them non-stop all week. Thanks again!

 on: Today at 01:15:33 AM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by DrLarry57
Thank you Steve!  Smiley

 on: Today at 12:32:56 AM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by jrfatlad
Cheers Steve

big big thanks for all the work you put in
Ho'way the lads !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JR   Cool Cool Cool Cool

 on: Yesterday at 08:11:41 PM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by jeanhenri
I was there. What I remember most is during Loving the Alien a plane flew over rather low giving light signals to the crowd, because the Glass Spider light show must have been visible from that plane. Another thing I remember is DB running off the stage after Modern Love smiling at his dancers. To me this looked like an expression of relief, because the crowd showed a warmer reaction than the crowds at the 2 previous shows in Rotterdam at the start of the tour.

 on: Yesterday at 07:42:40 PM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by anel
Thank you! Cheesy

 on: Yesterday at 07:01:02 PM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by scruffymurph
Absolute Thanks!

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