Saturday, January 4, 2014

David Bowie - Watching The Cruisers Below - FM /Aud Flac

David Bowie - Watching The Cruisers Below - FM /Aud Flac



FM broadcast /audience
Watching The Cruisers Below
Label: {b3} CD/004-007
Source: Broadcast & Audience

Master CDR's>EAC>Flac>You!
Artwork included

Slim's, San Francisco
Live 105 FM broadcast
September 9, 1997

Disc One
01 Interview
02 Always Crashing In The Same Car
03 I Can't Read
04 Interview
05 Dead Man Walking
06 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)

The Warfield, San Francisco
September 9th, 1997

07 Quicksand
08 Waiting For The Man
09 The Jean Genie
10 Panic In Detroit
11 I'm Afraid Of Americans
12 Look Back In Anger [false start]
13 Look Back In Anger
14 Battle For Britain (The Letter)
15 Fashion

Disc Two
01 Seven Years In Tibet
02 Stay
03 Looking For Satellites
04 Under Pressure
05 The Hearts Filthy Lesson
06 Hallo Spaceboy
07 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
08 Little Wonder
09 Fame
10 Dead Man Walking
11 White Light White Heat
12 O Superman
13 All The Young Dudes

The Warfield, San Francisco
September 15th, 1997

Disc Three
01 Quicksand
02 Always Crashing In The Same Car
03 I Can't Read
04 Queen Bitch
05 Can't Help Thinking About Me
06 The Jean Genie
07 Panic In Detroit
08 I'm Afraid Of Americans
09 Look Back In Anger
10 Seven Years In Tibet
11 Battle For Britain (The Letter)
12 The Man Who Sold The World
13 Fashion
14 Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
15 Looking For Satellites

Disc Four
01 Stay
02 Under Pressure
03 The Hearts Filthy Lesson
04 Hallo Spaceboy
05 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
06 Little Wonder
07 Dead Man Walking
08 The Last Thing You Should Do
09 V-2 Schneider
10 White Light White Heat
11 O Superman
12 Moonage Daydream

Two out of three nights performed at The Warfield during the Earthling tour, opened by the radio broadcast of the morning before the first show. The radio broadcast contains a couple wonderful interview segments and four acoustic numbers -- including the "country" version of "Sacry Monsters (And Super Creeps)". Also of note is that each of the concerts share a unique moment. During the first show, Bowie completely flubs the beginning of "Look Back In Anger" and has a funny cover before restarting the song.  During the second show, he ribs on himself and his earliest songs and then plays a few moments
of "Can't Help Thinking About Me", transitioning this into "The Jean Genie".


1 comment:

  1. Hi, links #3 and #5 don't work, Please repost them. Thanks!