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Nature_Boy
(crash course raver)
02/22/05 06:16 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: ThinWhiteDuke87]  

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Is this a different version to the one on Pin-Ups or DD 30th Anniversary ed.?


Yes, it's a duet with a blue muppet from Sesame Street


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SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/22/05 06:30 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: Nature_Boy]  

For Blacktropic's list...

Fame [flute mix] We still don't know if this is genuine or not.
Can You Hear Me? [with Cher] Unlikely.
Footstompin' Ditto.
Young Americans [circus mix] The last time I heard, this is actually a mistlabel of the Serious Moonlight tour rehearsal performance.

However the Ryko mix of Fascination is likely to appear.

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I think It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City is more suited to STATIONTOSTATION than it is to Young Americans, personally, but it only comes down to a matter of opinion I suppose.


It seems likely it was actually recorded for Young Americans.

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Is this [Grovin' Up] a different version to the one on Pin-Ups or DD 30th Anniversary ed.?


There's only that one version, I had forgotten it's already appeared on the DD 30th (I don't own that one).

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/22/05 06:40 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: jump93]  

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I think It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City is more suited to STATIONTOSTATION than it is to Young Americans, personally, but it only comes down to a matter of opinion I suppose. Do you think there is a chance of Footstompin' making its way to the extra disk?


Musically speaking I totally agree with you Mike regards S2S but on a vocal link only! It's more akin too YA, which is why I've always found it difficult to place this song

Footstomin would indeed make a great bonus track.

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1. Fame [flute mix]
4. Can You Hear Me? [with Cher]
6. Young Americans [circus mix]


Cannot argue with that fine selection Tom although Im not sure what you mean by [circus mix?]

Im kinda hoping that the Cher duet of "Can You Hear Me?" would be included along with the "Young Americans" medly off the same show, considering they can make any old recording sound good now, an example being putting a 5.1 dts mix on The Wizard of Oz and that dates 1938 I believe?

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9. John Im Only Dancing (Again)


That track is a must.


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bowiefanpeter
(the voyeur)
02/22/05 08:58 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: diamondogz74]  

Was there 3 YA demos circulated amongst Bowie collectors in the early 90's?

BFP



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/22/05 09:03 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: bowiefanpeter]  

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Was there 3 YA demos circulated amongst Bowie collectors in the early 90's?


I too have heard this rumour Peter, but I do not know if it's true.


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SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/22/05 09:22 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: diamondogz74]  

Probably the alternate takes of Right, Can You Hear Me and Somebody Up There Likes Me, whic have appeared on bootleg at least twice. Their inclusion is possible, I guess.

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bowiefanpeter
(the voyeur)
02/22/05 09:36 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: Sysiyo]  

Those were the 3 songs that I refered. I had to dig through websites to remember which ones. It's on a bootleg alongside the 1980Floor show.

I also heard rumours that when Lennon was in the studio they attempted more than one song.

If fan speculation really went obscure they could suggest live YA tracks from late 74 and even the instrumental Garson piano intro to Philly Dogs performances.

BFP




diamondogz74
(freecloud)
02/22/05 09:47 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: bowiefanpeter]  

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I also heard rumours that when Lennon was in the studio they attempted more than one song.


I've heard this rumour also, apparently the song had some kind of title like Big fat mama dancing It was definately talked about on here over the last month im sure?

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live YA tracks from late 74 and even the instrumental Garson piano intro to Philly Dogs performances.


I have everything crossed from eyes to toes for this to be included




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Rocknrollinbitch
(mortal with potential)
02/22/05 10:05 AM
Re: "Young Americans" 30th Anniversary new [re: diamondogz74]  

Am I right in thinking that legend has it that the third collaboration was 'You can have her, I don't want her, she's much too fat for me'?

Legend also has it that the tape was burned (ceremoniously). Probably an apocryphal story.....



AdamAdministrator
(acolyte)
02/22/05 10:05 AM
Let's Twist Again [re: bowiefanpeter]  

I had a bit of email correspondence with May Pang a couple of years ago. She was quite certain that the only thing they recorded during the Lost Weekend / Young Americans phase was 'Fame' and 'Across the Universe'. This preceeded Lennon's musical retirement so unfortunately the possibility of another DB/JL collaboration looks very unlikely.

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