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Bowie at The Beeb en vinyle

 
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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 17:26    Sujet du message: Bowie at The Beeb en vinyle Répondre en citant

La compilation des sessions de la BBC ressort en quadruple vinyle le 26 février 2016. Par rapport à la version des 2 CD sortie en 2000, deux titres sont ajoutés : Oh! You Pretty Things du show "Sounds Of The 70s Bob Harris" et The Supermen du show "Sounds Of The 70s Andy Ferris". Pas de version CD annoncée ni même de version digitale Crying or Very sad Reste à déterminer si les deux titres supplémentaires sont disponibles ailleurs...


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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 17:37    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Je fais un copier-coller du tracklisting :

Bowienet a écrit:
Bowie At The Beeb vinyl box tracklisting:

Record 1 Side 1:

1/ In The Heat Of The Morning
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

2/ London Bye, Ta-Ta
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

3/ Karma Man
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

4/ Silly Boy Blue
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

5/ Let Me Sleep Beside You
David Bowie and Junior’s Eyes
Programme: D.L.T. Show (Dave Lee Travis Show)
Recorded: 20th October, 1969
Transmitted: 26th October, 1969
Produced by Paul Williams

6/ Janine
David Bowie and Junior’s Eyes
Programme: D.L.T. Show (Dave Lee Travis Show)
Recorded: 20th October, 1969
Transmitted: 26th October, 1969
Produced by Paul Williams

Record 1 Side 2:

1/ Amsterdam
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

2/ God Knows I’m Good ( 3.38 )
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

3/ The Width Of A Circle
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

4/ Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

Record 2 Side 1:

1/ Cygnet Committee
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

2/ Memory Of A Free Festival
David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

3/ Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
David Bowie and The Hype
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Andy Ferris
Recorded: 25th March, 1970
Transmitted: 6th April, 1970
Produced by Bernie Andrews

4/ The Supermen
David Bowie and The Hype
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Andy Ferris
Recorded: 25th March, 1970
Transmitted: 6th April, 1970
Produced by Bernie Andrews

Record 2 Side 2:

1/ Bombers
David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

2/ Looking For A Friend
David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

3/ Almost Grown
David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

4/ Kooks
David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ It Ain’t Easy
David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

Record 3 Side 1:

1 /The Supermen
David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

2/ Oh! You Pretty Things
David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

3/ Eight Line Poem
David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

4/ Hang On To Yourself
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ Ziggy Stardust
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

6/ Queen Bitch
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

Record 3 Side 2:

1/ Waiting For The Man
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

2/ Five Years
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

3/ White Light/White Heat
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

4/ Moonage Daydream
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

Record 4 Side 1:

1/ Hang On To Yourself
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

2/ Suffragette City
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

3/ Ziggy Stardust
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

4/ Starman
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

5/ Space Oddity
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

Record 4 Side 2:

1/ Changes
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

2/ Oh! You Pretty Things
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

3/ Andy Warhol
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

4/ Lady Stardust
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide
David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 18:09    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

J'avais fait des pages "minimalistes" sur la version sortie en 2000 : CD1 et CD2.
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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 19:26    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

A priori le titre manquant "Oh! You Pretty Things" était disponible sur la version japonaise, info que j'avais ratée à l'époque car je pensais qu'il n'y avait eu que la version 2 CD classique et la version limitée avec le CD bonus du live de juin 2000. Du coup je me demande s'il y avait eu une sortie vinyle à l'époque Question
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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 19:46    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

M'en fous...
J'ai pas de platine vinyle. J'ai les BBC Sessions en bootlegs.
En bootlegs CD. Laughing
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MessagePosté le: 22 Déc 2015 20:51    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

A priori le supermen est un vrai "inédit" car il n'a pas été diffusé par la BBC et a longtemps été considéré comme perdu. Pas sûr du tout qu'il soit sur ton bootleg Wink
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MessagePosté le: 28 Jan 2016 22:52    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

C'est bien confirmé. La version de la session "Sounds Of The 70s Andy Ferris" de The Supermen est un vrai inédit. On ne la trouve pas non plus sur des bootlegs comme par exemple la compilation très connue "The Rise And Rise Of Ziggy Stardust" à la différence du Oh! You Pretty Things (titre 2 du CD 3).

Bowiestore a écrit:
Previously released on CD, this is the debut of the Best Of David Bowie’s BBC radio sessions from 1968 – 1972 on vinyl.The 39-track 4-disk set comes in a lift off lid box and features a full colour 20 page booklet. This vinyl version features Oh! You Pretty Things from the Sounds Of The 70s Bob Harris session, broadcast in September 1971, which was previously exclusive to the Japanese release of the CD. This performance features just David and Mick Ronson as a duo. Completely exclusive to this collection, and therefore making its debut, is the once lost The Supermen from the Sounds Of The 70s Andy Ferris session, broadcast in March 1970, and performed by The Hype. This recording was only rediscovered during the research for the original CD set and remained unreleased until now.

IdbD a écrit:
Note: many sources claim that 'Supermen' from this session can be found on The '69 Tapes (Quality Productions QCP 69006) and MissingLinksOneZiggy (Icon One) CDs, but this definitely is not true; more likely this version is a demo. The BBC version can be identified by a slower tempo and the line "And icy-cold in super fear, their endless tragic lives would stretch beyond the lavish gift, infinity, existing perverse serenity", whereas Bowie sings "Gloomy browed with super fear, their tragic, endless lives, could heave nor sigh, the flesh machines, marble age, wondrous beings chained to live" in the demo on The '69 Tapes.
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MessagePosté le: 02 Fév 2016 22:34    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Un vrai inédit. C'est beau.
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MessagePosté le: 28 Fév 2016 15:51    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

La box est bien sortie le 26 février 2016 à environ 80€. Est-ce que quelqu'un l'achetée ? ou a trouvé les rips des 2 inédits ? Embarassed
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MessagePosté le: 01 Mar 2016 21:51    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Gilles a écrit:
La box est bien sortie le 26 février 2016 à environ 80€. Est-ce que quelqu'un l'achetée ?

Non

Gilles a écrit:
ou a trouvé les rips des 2 inédits ? Embarassed

Même pas cherché. T'as essayé les sites de streaming (Spotify, MusicMe, Deezer)?
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MessagePosté le: 01 Mar 2016 21:57    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Pour l'instant il n'y a que la sortie en vinyle Sad
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