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David Bowie - Brilliant Live Adventures (1995-1999)

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

  1. :laughup:
  2. OneLife

    OneLife Forum Resident

    Tyne and Wear, UK
    Got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning?
    Jeez, a bloke can’t even have a joke!
  3. Dr. Nick

    Dr. Nick Active Member

    This is my favorite out of the first four , listening now . 1st show was Let's Dance at Rosemont Horizon, last was Reality at Rosemont Theatre , best seats ever, I could have grabbed him by both ankles , saw TM too twice .
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  4. stepeanut

    stepeanut Sonic Art Union

    I once stroked David’s bare feet, during one of the Earthling shows. It wouldn’t normally cross my mind to do such a thing, but my late friend Alison H (RIP) told me she’d done it at an earlier gig, and insisted that I touch them because he had, “The softest feet ever.”

    My girlfriend now insists that I have the softest feet ever. They can’t both be right, just as my feet can’t both be left. Sadly, we’ll never get to the bottom of this in anything approaching a scientific manner.

    There you go, folks. This thread has hit a new low. That BLA5 announcement better come soon.
  5. :wtf:
  6. stepeanut

    stepeanut Sonic Art Union

  7. NightGoatToCairo

    NightGoatToCairo Sheik Madeir

    Hampshire, UK
    You could leave them to medical science?
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  8. stepeanut

    stepeanut Sonic Art Union

    It would never stand up in court.
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  9. NightGoatToCairo

    NightGoatToCairo Sheik Madeir

    Hampshire, UK
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  10. CBackley

    CBackley Chairman of the Bored

    Neither could you!
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  11. footprintsinthesand

    footprintsinthesand Reasons to be cheerful Part 1

    Dutch mountains
    There's a good 3lp bootleg of Rosemont Horizon 83, with a long Fame - stick it section.
  12. Colocally

    Colocally One Of The New Wave Boys

    Surrey BC.
    How many times can people say it though? It’s hardly an original comment. Some people are even relying on it being rereleased so they can get it all in one go.
  13. Fredjack

    Fredjack Active Member

    Well I have to admit Dig! aren’t all that bad. When my latm cd didn’t turn up with the lp I feared the worst. 10 emails later they replied and ordered me a replacement. Shipping email from Rhino Germany in my inbox am and the cd arrived the same day pm! Plus a 15% coupon for my next order. Roll on Friday and BLA5!
  14. TeddyB

    TeddyB Forum Resident

    Ronson was presented as a major starring element. Definitely not just one guy in the band. He took over the stage for soloing on Width of a Circle and Moonage Daydream, with strobe lights. It was similar to what can be seen and heard in the Hammersmith show. It was the expanded band with horns, Hutch and MacCormick, unlit in the back. It was noisier and wilder than the ‘72 tour. I got to see Ronson several times later with Ian Hunter and he was always great, but nothing like seeing him play the Demi-God with Ziggy.
  15. Fabrice Outside

    Fabrice Outside Forum Resident

    Thanx for the details
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  16. BrucePadgett

    BrucePadgett Forum Resident

    Anyone’s CD lost in the mail? Rhino shipped my copy via UPS Mail Innovations a week ago, and it’s MIA. No tracking at all, just a notice that USPS hasn’t received it from UPSMI yet. I’ve emailed Rhino, still awaiting a response. Tx
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  17. apb

    apb Forum Resident

    My experience has been that Rhino US takes at least a week from the preparation of the shipping label just to get a package to UPS. Then the package takes five or six days to get across country in a truck before it's turned over to USPS, no updates while it's in the truck. The package is finally delivered a few days after USPS gets it. So it'll be 15-16 days at least from the preparation of the shipping label before the package is delivered. YMMV.
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  18. mishima's dog

    mishima's dog Forum Resident

    Glasgow, Scotland
    At least you didn’t bathe them.....like a leper messiah.
  19. Alofter

    Alofter Nowhere Man

    Marshall Michigan
    I’m in the same boat as you. UPS says no info for tracking number and USPS says they are awaiting package. Let us know if you come up with any info plz.
    Shvartze Shabbos and Curveboy like this.
  20. Curveboy

    Curveboy Forum Resident

    New York City
    Same here...but I'm giving it time since the previous release took about 3 weeks to get to me.
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  21. chickendinna

    chickendinna Homegrown’s All Right With Me

    I was trying to find Dig but no luck. Would someone please post a link? Thanks in advance.
  22. fermez_le_chat

    fermez_le_chat Active Member

    United Kingdom
  23. GuyDon

    GuyDon Senior Member

    Unfortunately this all too normal for Rhino. I placed an order for something else at the end of November, received a shipping notice about a week later and the tracking did not go "active" for about forty days. I am in the same boat with this Bowie release but am not too concerned (though I am also not happy) as I know Rhino has one horrible and messed up fulfillment center. They generate shipping labels and notices and then take weeks to actually ship the item.
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2021 at 9:10 AM
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  24. I’m in the same boat.
  25. johnnyyen

    johnnyyen Senior Member

    Yes, clearly this has been a complete mess, and the website wasn’t able to cope with the orders. They should have just released these sets through retail.
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