Round & Round
    The classic Chuck Berry rave-up, recorded during the 1971 "Ziggy Stardust" sessions at Trident Studios, London.

    David Bowie: Vocals/Guitar
    Mick Ronson: Guitar
    Trevor Bolder: Bass
    Mick Woodmansey: Drums


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    Rebel Rebel
    Extremely rare original single version recorded in 1973 at Studio L, Ludolf, Holland, which was released in very limited edition in the U.S. in January 1974. David Bowie sang, played guitar, bass and drums on this track.


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    The Man Who Sold The World
    Acoustic version of the song recorded during the rehearsals for David Bowie's performance at the Bridge School Benefit Concert Shoreline Amphitheater in California on October 19, 1996. (60-second excerpt only.)

    David Bowie: Vocals
    Reeves Gabrels: Guitar
    Gail Ann Dorsey: Bass
    Mark Plati: Keyboards


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    Scary Monsters
    Another title track, this one live from the Phoenix Festival in England, July 18, 1996, where Bowie headlined.

    David Bowie: Vocals
    Reeves Gabrels: Guitar
    Gail Ann Dorsey: Bass
    Mike Garson: Keyboards
    Zachary Alford: Drums


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    Little Wonder
    An alternate dance remix by Danny Saber of David's next single, also featured on the upcoming Earthling album.


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    For the official word about Bowie, visit N2K Entertainment's official David Bowie web site at www.davidbowie.com. Or, for the unofficial news, you could just read Teenage Wildlife's Bowie News Page. :-)

    Don't miss the pay-per-view TV broadcast of David Bowie's 50th Birthday Concert at Madison Square Garden, with special guests The Foo Fighters, Frank Black, Lou Reed, Sonic Youth, Robert Smith of The Cure, Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, and others. Air date is March 1.
    Read about other exciting Bowie appearances on Teenage Wildlife's Appearances Page.



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