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SERIOUS MOONLIGHT (LIVE '83)

David Bowie

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Songs / Tracks Listing


Disc 1
1. Look Back In Anger (3:07)
2. "Heroes" (4:53)
3. What In The World (3:44)
4. Golden Years (3:31)
5. Fashion (2:43)
6. Let's Dance (4:34)
7. Breaking Glass (3:00)
8. Life On Mars? (4:07)
9. Sorrow (2:49)
10. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (4:20)
11. China Girl (5:27)
12. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (3:42)
13. Rebel Rebel (2:24)

Disc 2
1. White Light / White Heat (5:36)
2. Station To Station (8:58)
3. Cracked Actor (3:58)
4. Ashes To Ashes (3:51)
5. Space Oddity / Band Introduction (6:32)
6. Young Americans (5:25)
7. Fame (5:36)
8. Modern Love (3:54)

Total Time 92:11

Line-up / Musicians


- Frank Simms / Backing Vocals
- George Simms / Backing Vocals
- Carmine Rojas / Bass
- Tony Thompson / Drums
- Carlos Alomar Guitar
- Lenny Pickett / Horns
- Stan Harrison / Horns
- Steve Elson / Horns
- David LeBolt / Keyboards
- Earl Slick / Lead Guitar
- David Bowie / Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer

Releases information

Released on 15th February 2019.
Parlophone ‎0190295511180.
Recorded live at The Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 12th September, 1983.
Design by Scott Minshall.
Mixed by Bob Clearmountain except Modern Love which was mixed by Jason Corsaro and Nile Rodgers.
Photography by Denis O'Regan.
Produced by Aisha Cohen and Nigel Reeve.
Remastered by Ray Staff.

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Review by Warthur
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4 stars The famed Serious Moonlight tour was in support of the Let's Dance album, and given the abrupt pivot Bowie had made from cutting edge art rock to crowd-pleasing pop, you might expect it to be a blandly commercial affair. As it stands, the setlist incorporates a surprising amount of late-1970s art rock material from Station to Station and Berlin eras whilst packaging everything in a slick, energetic performance that makes all the material sound like it belongs together. If you suspected that Let's Dance was merely a gateway drug to weirder stretches of Bowie's discography, this might be evidence in support of that.

This edition was originally part of the Loving the Alien boxed set, but has now also had a separate release, making it a significantly more tempting prospect for anyone who passed on that box, either because it was outside their budget or because the prospect of a collection including Never Let Me Down was unpalatable.

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