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David Bowie live in Philadelphia in 1974! First press in gatefold sleeve.
The supporting tour for Diamond Dogs was supposed to be a theatrical extravaganza, yet as he headed out on the road, David Bowie became infatuated with Philly soul and changed his entire approach to reflect his new interest, as well as his backing band in the process. As a result, the double-album David Live captures Bowie in transition, as he moves from glam rock to plastic soul. The set list draws heavily from Ziggy Stardust-era songs, yet there are a few surprises, like a stilted cover of "Knock On Wood" and an inspired version of "All the Young Dudes," a song Bowie gave Mott the Hoople. Since Bowie's attempts at soul are a little awkward at this stage, David Live is primarily of interest as a historical document, yet there's enough good material to make it worthwhile for fanatics.
|B4||All The Young Dudes||4:19|
|C1||When You Rock 'n' Roll With Me||4:19|
|C2||Watch That Man||4:23|
|C3||Knock On Wood||3:08|
|D2||Width Of A Circle||8:14|
|D4||Rock 'n' Roll Suicide||4:49|
Original Release Year: 1974
Catalog #: CPL2-0771
Format: 12" Vinyl LP
Vinyl Color: Black
Condition: Used - Cover has moderate ring wear and edge wear. No splits. Disc 1 is in VG+ shape, shiny with a few very light scratches. Disc 2 is in VG shape, with several light scratches. Includes one of the original printed inner sleeves in good shape. Image shown above is the actual item you will receive.