Saturday, August 27, 2016

NEW: David Bowie "US TV 2002" - 1DVD

DAVID BOWIE
TV Archive:
US 2002

The Stonecutter Collection vol 144

Source: VHS masters

Transfer: (VCR) Aiwa FX 8000 > (DVD SA) Magnavox MDR 557H
NTSC DVD5 burned at high quality 60 min mode.

TMPGEnc Authoring Works > VOB

Late Show With David Letterman,
NYC (June 10, 2002):

Intro
Slow Burn
Interview


Last Call With Carson Daly,
NYC (July 25, 2002):

Intro
Interview
Everyone Says 'Hi'
Cactus


Tonight Show,
LA (August 12, 2002):

Intro
Cactus (w/Moby)
Everyone Says 'Hi' (w/Moby)


Top Of The Pops,
London,UK (September 30, 2002)
-US Broadcast-:

Everyone Says 'Hi'


Regis & Kelly,
NYC (October 10, 2002)

Interview
Everyone Says 'Hi'
Heathen Commercial
Changes


Vogue Fashion Awards,
Radio City Music Hall, NYC
(October 15, 2002):

Rebel, Rebel
Cactus





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DVD Author: Twistedroad
DVD Length: 59:27 min
Menus & Chapters

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NEW: David Bowie 2003 Trafic Musique Special - 1DVD - French TV

David Bowie - 2003-09-18 - Trafic Musique - France2 TV (Recorded 2003-09-04) (Traffic Musique Special) (100% British)
Description:
David Bowie
Traffic Musique Special

Single Layer
No Menu
Chapters
Region 0
4:3 Fullscreen Ratio
112 Minutes
Artwork Included

Trafic.Musique
France 2 TV Program
Studio 107, La Plaine St-Denis
Recorded on September 4, 2003
Broadcast on September 18, 2003

Introduction
New Killer Star
Never Get Old
Interview
Long Haired Men Society
Interview
Band Introduction
She'll Drive The Big Car
Modern Love
Interview
Fashion (duet with Damon Albarn)
Interview
Air
Another Day
Interview
Days
Fall Dog Bombs The Moon

French host Guillaume Durand, a long time fan, was really happy to welcome David Bowie on the set of his show. The performance of the seven songs was brilliant and most of the talking, despite a few translation problems, was very interesting. The idea was to have other artists on the set, maybe not all Bowie-connected, but all fully aware of DB's music. Among them were Damon Albarn, Air and Francoise Hardy.

The duet with Damon and DB is a real slice of history. "Fashion", on that special night, sounded more modern than ever! The chat between David and Damon was also great and David insisted on the fact that he considers "Think Tank" as one of the best albums of the year.

Francoise Hardy, a very famous singer during the sixties/seventies and now a living icon, was delighted to finally meet David. She'd been saying for the last fifteen years how much she loved him as a songwriter, singer and performer and was now able to meet the man in the flesh! David also seemed very happy and even more when she said "Outside: was her favorite album. She had also worked with Damon and Blur in the past.

Air played "Another Day" from their next album, out early next year (2004) and also had an interesting chat with David. He's been aware of their work since the magnificent "Moon Safari" and confirmed he couldn't wait to hear the new album.

Other artists "on" the show were Moby (live from New York, telling nice things about last year's (2002) US tour), Dandy Warhols (rehearsing for the tour they sent a video message from LA), Too, Many DJs and Mick Rock, live from London, who talked about his "Moonage Daydream" book with our man.

The chat did include some fantastic moments (even though David couldn't always hear the questions properly) among them the bits about Salvador Dali and Elvis Presley.

2003 Jerome Soligny

Mastering, Layout and Design 100% British

Notes:
- The interviews on this DVD are in French.
- This is the complete Trafic.Musique show, with some non-Bowie content (Air).
- Quality is superb, much better than other versions of this show available.
- The title is "Traffic" on the artwork, so it is the same here.

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Thursday, August 25, 2016

NEW: David Bowie live in Montreux 2002 - 1DVD - July 18

Name: David Bowie - 2002-07-18 - Auditorium Stravinsky - Montreux - Vaud - Switzerland (Bowie Montreux Video)
Description:
Bowie Says Goodbye To Europe In Montreux
"Mmmm, shall I give 'em 'Low' for the encore, or not?"
A generous David Bowie at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
And the girl next door...
David Bowie ended the European leg of the 'Heathen' tour last night in the Stravinski Hall at the Montreux Jazz Festival, in Montreux, Switzerland. Despite sweltering temperatures, David performed a longer than usual set by rewarding the audience with a similar one to that which he performed in Cologne last week.
He started the show in the very stylish black and white clobber that has become the trademark look of this tour. BowieNet's resident mathematician has predicted that we can expect a similar look for David around the year 2012, if the pattern of 1976, 1990, 2002 is to be continued.
The fans down the front didn't disappoint in terms of launching appropriate items stage-ward at the appropriate lyrical prompts...such as "Just wishing that I had just something you wore", "I'd love to get a letter" and possibly "...your big fat dog" and perhaps even "...the girl next door"!
The first encore saw a return of that lovely little blue jacket that I'll hopefully have some shots of soon, and for the second encore of the entire 'Low' album, (excepting 'Weeping Wall') David wore the long red coat with the black platforms and baggy black trouser affair. He finished the show sans red coat, possibly due to the outrageous temperatures in the hall, but most likely just because he's a sexy sort.
"What do you think of the new hairdo then Gail? it's called The Mistral. 
I got the idea in Nimes...It takes bloody yonks to get it looking like this."
At the end of the show, in a rather surreal scene, some important type (Claude Nobs, the founder of the festival, apparently) presented DB with a huge Swiss cowbell onstage...by all accounts David was almost overcome with laughter as he struggled offstage banging his gift. Remembering his antics with various items during 'Cactus' on this tour, I'm not quite sure how I should interpret the verb "banging"? Whatever, that's a picture I would love to see.
Thanx again to SusanS for phoning through the set list, and to Philippe Bitz for the cow bell anecdote. Thanx also to UltraStar for the time machine. (Click on the above images if you're wondering what I'm talking about.) Here's last night's set list:
Sunday
Life On Mars?
Ashes To Ashes
Cactus
Slip Away
China Girl
Starman
I Would Be Your Slave
I?ve Been Waiting For You
Stay
Changes
Fashion
Fame
I?m Afraid of Americans
5:15 The Angels Have Gone 
"Heroes"
Heathen (The Rays) 
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Everyone Says Hi
Hallo Spaceboy
Let's Dance
Ziggy Stardust
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Warszawa
Speed Of Life
Breaking Glass
What In The World
Sound And Vision
Art Decade
Always Crashing In The Same Car
Be My Wife
A New Career In A New Town
Subterraneans

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

NEW: Tin Machine live in Vancouver 1991 - 2CD - December 21

Tin Machine
Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
December 21st 1991

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* ADOBE
1. no tweaking
2. removed a lot of tiny gaps - no music missing
3. retracked

Final gig of the North American tour. A few nice surprises we're added to the set!

A rough recording with loud audience from time to time.
Bonus is the verbal fight between a couple girls and a rather foul-mouthed bloke.

Crack City
Bus Stop
A Big Hurt
Goodbye Mr. Ed
Baby Universal
Go Now
Sacrifice Yourself
Stateside
Betty Wrong
Debaser
If There Is Something
I Can't Read
medley
Sorry
You Can't Talk
Waiting For The man
You Belong In Rock N Roll
Under The God

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NEW: Tin Machine live in San Francisco 1991 - 2CD - December 17 - soundboard

Tin Machine
December 17, 1991
San Francisco, CA
Warfield Theatre

FM Broadcast

A great sounding show of a great performance by a great band.  'Heaven's In Here' was usually played towards the end
of the show so this is unusual in its' inclusion in the beginning.  A nice interview at the end.

Setlist:

1. intro
2. Debaser (Pixies)
3. If There Is Something (Roxy Music)
4. Heaven's In Here
5. I Can't Read
6. Baby Can Dance
7. Betty Wrong
8. Stateside
9. Go Now
10. Shopping For Girls
11. Sacrifice Yourself
12. I've Been Waiting For You (Neil Young)
13. Baby Universal
14. Bus Stop
15. You Belong In Rock and Roll
16. Crack City
17. Under The God
18. Sorry
19. interviews

Band:

David Bowie: Vocals, Guitar, Saxophone
Reeves Gabrels: Guitar, vocals
Hunt Sales: Drums, vocals
Tony Sales: Bass, vocals
Eric Schemmerhorn: Guitar

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NEW: Tin Machine live in Chicago 1991 - 2CD - December 7 - soundboard

Tin Machine
"Pearl Harbor Day"
Riviera Theatre Chicago IL
December 7, 1991
EX FM Kut Korners (KKP 003)

Lineage: Recorded on a Sony HI FI VHS-Scotch HI FI Tape

There are a few versions of this show out there, but not with this lineage. I taped it on the VHS, since it has a timer while I attended the show. It is as complete as can be, including a commercial and a 23 minute interview from New York. I left all the dj chatter in. Jazz Odyssey is the wandering begining of Betty Wrong and is a reference to Spinal Tap. I hope I do not hurt anybody's feeling but IMO, it was/is pointless. Heaven's In Here is interesting as DB sings parts of Spoonful, I Feel Free and In Every Dream Home a Heartache.

I got in line at 1:00 for this GA show. It was worth it since I was in the front row, holding on to the railing in front of the stage for dear life! It was said that a couple of Pixies were at this gig, as they performed there the previous night.

Track Listing
01.Radio Commercial
02.Intro
03.Crack City
04.Bus Stop
05.A Big Hurt
06.Goodbye Mr Ed
07.Baby Universal
08.Go Now
09.Sacrifice Yourself
10.Stateside
11."Jazz Odyssey"
12.Betty Wrong
13.Debaser
14.If There Is Something
15.I Can't Read
16.Heaven's In Here
17.DJ Banter
18.Sorry
19.Amazing
20.Baby Can Dance
21.You Belong In Rock'N Roll
22.DJ Outro
300.Interview

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NEW: Tin Machine live in Washington 1991 - 1CD - November 16 - soundboard

Tin Machine
The Live Tin Machine
Citadel
Washington D.C.
November 16th, 1991

FM Broadcast

Sound quaility is good

Disc 1

Bus Stop
A Big Hurt
Goodbye Mr. Ed
Stateside
Under The God
Betty Wrong
Sacrifice Yourself
You Belong In Rock N'Roll
If There Is Something
Heaven's In Here
Sorry
One Shot
Baby Universal
You Can't Talk

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