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David Bowie - Brilliant Live Adventures (1995-1999)

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Zach Johnson, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. Zach Johnson

    Zach Johnson Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  2. Son of Ziggy

    Son of Ziggy Forum Resident

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    They are really scraping the barrel now, aren’t they?
     
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  3. nick jones

    nick jones Forum Resident

    where's the archives material releases?
     
  4. Fletch

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    Ouvrez
    Liveandwell
    Something in the Air

    Any other suggestions?
     
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  5. cartologist

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    No. Two live albums per tour sounds about right.
     
  6. cartologist

    cartologist Not the world's foremost expert

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    Dream on.
     
  7. cartologist

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    I would hope so. I don’t do streaming.
     
  8. Caruso65

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    I was hoping for the LA Reality Tour Wiltern Theater shows or a Sound and Vision Tour Show, maybe someday
     
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  9. cartologist

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    On davidbowie.com they have some new t-shirts coming out: Live Dallas ‘95 (Ouvrez le chien), liveandwell.com and Something in the Air - Live in Paris ‘99. I presume those are 3 of the titles.
     
  10. jimjim

    jimjim Forum Resident


    BBC Theatre show c. 1999
     
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  11. Maurice

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    Judging by the hodgepodge of tour dates faded in the back of the Instagram artwork, is there a chance this is just a large scale live compilation cherry-picked from his tours rather than complete shows?

    EDIT: Never mind, I just saw the Twitter post. 6 new live albums on limited edition CD and vinyl. Seeing as this is my favorite live period of Bowie’s, this one’s a no-brainer for me!!
     
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  12. This looks like it will be 6 separate releases rather than a box set.The first one on 30 October.Guessing announcement in the next 24 hours.
     
  13. CBackley

    CBackley Chairman of the Bored

    Awesome. I’m in for all of these. I hope they’re easier to get than Is It Any Wonder?
     
  14. Mother

    Mother Forum Resident

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    Didn't see this coming. Brilliant indeed.
     
  15. will_b_free

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    A real life adventure - worth more than pieces of gold!
     
  16. Long as it’s on CD, this is an instant purchase for me. In MY book, the only thing better than mid-to-late 90’s Bowie, is 2000’s Bowie (specially the double aughts Bowie). And then that’s only surpassed by the ultimate: 2010’s Bowie.

    Anyway, I’m totally in on this.
     
  17. Fletch

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  18. shadow blaster

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    I hope they announce which shows these will be, up front and not one at a time, and keep us guessing for the next 6 months. But who knows. I will not be getting them all, but will want a couple from 95-97 era.
     
  19. Ok, but how many here (like me), value nearly all of Bowie post-“Tin Machine” output over most of his pre-“Tin Machine” output. And I’ve been saying that for years.

    Every “top-X“ list of my all time favorite Bowie albums STARTS with Blackstar at #1 and goes backwards from there (the only exception being Hours, which I rank a lot lower).

    Heck, between ~2008 and 2013, I ranked Reality and Heathen as my two all-time favorites. And if all of Outside was as good as the best 60% of it, I’d put it right up there with Heathen and Reality.
     
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  20. This!
     
  21. Any clue as to when in 2021 this will be available to preorder?
     
  22. Fletch

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    I’m with you man! Not my absolute favorite but I love 90s and beyond Bowie. That includes Hours!
     
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  23. GLUDFSSR

    GLUDFSSR Senior Member

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    I was at both Wiltern shows and the one at the Greek theatre for that tour.
    There are some great boots for all those shows.
     
  24. stepeanut

    stepeanut Sonic Art Union

    My favourite period for live Bowie. I saw him 60 times between 1995 and 1999, so I’m hoping there’s a couple of shows I attended in there.

    That was in 2000, so outside the scope of the period. Plus, they say six brand-new shows. The BBC Radio Theatre was already released officially.
     
  25. Zach Johnson

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    "The live adventure starts 30 October"
     
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