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4.74 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:

1. Station to Station (11:53)
2. Suffragette City (3:31)
3. Fame (4:02)
4. Word on a Wing (6:06)
5. Stay (7:25)
6. Waiting for the Man (6:20)
7. Queen Bitch (3:11)

Total Time CD1: 42:28

CD 2:

1. Life on Mars? (2:13)
2. Five Years (5:04)
3. Panic in Detroit (6:02)
4. Changes (4:11)
5. TVC15 (4:58)
6. Diamond Dogs (6:36)
7. Rebel Rebel (4:06)
8. The Jean Genie (7:26)

Total Time CD2: 40:36

Line-up / Musicians

- David Bowie / vocals
- Carlos Alomar / guitar
- Tony Kaye / keyboards
- George Murray / bass
- Dennis Davis / drums

Releases information

Parlophone (RP2-558572)
2x CD
Released Feb 10, 2017
Recorded live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale NY on March 23, 1976
Originally released in Station to Station Deluxe and Special Edition box sets on Sept 20, 2010 and in David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1978) box set in 2016. This is the first separate released of the album in US with 8 page booklet.

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(38%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(38%)
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Review by Warthur
5 stars Now available separately after receiving its official debut on the Who Can I Be Now? boxed set, this set finally gives a proper release to a stellar performance that had previously been widely bootlegged.

Quite simply, the Nassau Coliseum show from 1976 is absolutely brilliant. Most of Station to Station is played - all the songs but for Golden Years - and Bowie shows a deft hand at picking material from his albums from Hunky Dory up to Young Americans to complement the material, as well as a well-executed cover of Waiting For the Man (one of Bowie's Velvet Underground favourites). Yes co-founder Tony Kaye adds a little twist of his own on keyboards, and the band in general is on peak form; the sound quality is, by and large, excellent, save for a mild dip in quality during Life On Mars? and Five Years - those two songs being a quiet interlude in the middle of an otherwise fast-paced and cataclysmically loud show. The opening performance of Station to Station has to be heard to be believed.

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