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David Live is David Bowie's first official live album, originally released by RCA Records in 1974. The album was recorded in July of that year, on the initial leg of Bowie's Diamond Dogs Tour, at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. The second leg, a more soul-oriented affair following recording sessions in Philadelphia for the bulk of Young Americans, would be renamed 'Philly Dogs', as reflected on a different live release, Cracked Actor.
David Bowie 1974-11-18 Philadelphia,The Spectrum (Source Dave Peters – Learm Remaster). flac 14. Rock And Roll Suicide. flac 15. Diamond Dogs. Label: No label Audio Source : audience Taper: David peters Lineage: Sony TC-152(unknown mic) Master cassette Total running time : 1:12:18 Sound Quality : Much noise,dull,but still good listened to Attendance : 1. 00 Remake : by Jan Erik, Learm. Taper: Dave Peters So the story goes: I answered an ad on Craigslist for 500 free Grateful Dead tapes.
David Bowie Bootlegs. 1987 The Glass Spider World Tour. 1988 - Intruders at the Palace. 1989 Tin Machine 1 Tour. 1974 Diamond Dogs Tour, Philly Dogs Tour. 1974-06-08 Port Chester, NY, USA (rehearsals). 1974-06-16 Toronto - 1st show (DIEDRICH). 1974-10-28 New york,Radio City Music Hall ''Infected With Soul love'' (DIEDRICH). 1974-11-15 Boston,Music Hall (DIEDRICH). 1974-11-15 Boston, MA, USA master). 1974-11-15 Boston, MA, USA (Plastic Soul). 1974-12-01 Atlanta, GA, USA.
Bowie’s 1972 concept album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (and the ensuing . tour and Rolling Stone cover story) had made him an international phenomenon. But he had been recording in England since 1966, and he had been wearing dresses on album covers and publicly declaring his bi- or homosexuality (depending on how the presence of his wife Angie was interpreted) since 1971. Ziggy was simply the most successful packaging of twenty-six-year-old Bowie’s basic themes: alienation, androgyny, other worldliness, production values. Renaming 1974 The Year of the Diamond Dogs was part of the campaign by Bowie’s management to explain his formative year away from performing and to sell his new image. Bowie wasn’t going to be Ziggy Stardust anymore.
In 1974, David Bowie moved to the US, initially living in New York before finally settling in Los Angeles. His physical move across the ocean was paralleled by a transition in his musical persona. Bowie left behind the character of Ziggy, the glam rock leader of the Spiders From Mars, to take on the role of Halloween Jack, a real cool cat who lived in the post-apocalyptic Hunger City. Bowie combined his vision of the apocalypse with his take on George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 in producing the album Diamond Dogs, which he released in early 1974
Young Americans represented David Bowie's dive into soul music, particularly Philly Soul. In the summer of 1974, as he was traveling across America on his mammoth Diamond Dogs arena-rock tour, David Bowie got deeply into soul music. By July, he was spiking his live sets with covers of the Ohio Players' "Here Today and Gone Tomorrow" and Eddie Floyd's "Knock on Wood," but he was even more interested in what was happening in dance clubs-particularly the new disco coming out of Philadelphia International Records.
The Diamond Dogs Tour was a concert tour by David Bowie in North America in 1974 to promote the studio album Diamond Dogs (1974). The end of the tour was also called The Soul Tour, which included some songs from the forthcoming album Young Americans (1975). 1 Tour preparation and details. Tour preparation and details. Bowie during the Diamond Dogs Tour on 5 July 1974 at the Charlotte Coliseum. Originally the tour was planned to appear in a city for five nights before moving on to the next city, but that plan was abandoned.
Get the David Bowie Setlist of the concert at Unknown Venue, Philadelphia, PA, USA on July 14, 1974 from the Diamond Dogs Tour and other David Bowie Setlists for free on setlist. You are here: setlist. fm Artists B Bowie, David July 14, 1974 Setlist. David Bowie New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT - Jul 14, 1974 Jul 14 1974.
|2||John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)|
|6||Can You Hear Me|
|10||Rock 'n' Roll With Me|
|11||Love Me Do / The Jean Genie|
|12||Somebody Up There Likes Me|
|14||Rock 'n' Roll Suicide|
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