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Adam
(cricket menace)
08/11/09 10:03 AM
Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: ]  

From Bowienet:

Due in the first half of 2010 (we've learnt our lesson about giving exact dates this far in advance) the package will contain the following...

Disc 1 - CD = Original stereo Station To Station album

Disc 2 - DVD = 5.1 Station To Station surround sound mix and original stereo album. 5.1 - Mixed by Harry Maslin.

Discs 3 & 4 - 2 x CDs = Uniondale, Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum March 23rd, 1976 - Mixed by Harry Maslin.


Live Nassau 1976 tracklisting

01 - Station To Station
02 - Suffragette City
03 - Fame
04 - Word On A Wing
05 - Stay
06 - Waiting For The Man
07 - Queen Bitch
08 - Life On Mars?
09 - Five Years
10 - Panic In Detroit (with most of drum solo edited out)
11 - Changes (with band Intro)
12 - TVC 15
13 - Diamond Dogs
14 - Rebel Rebel
15 - The Jean Genie

I know Nassau '76 has always been a popular show among Bowie fans, coming fourth as it did in our Bowie bootleg poll of last year. (04.26.2008 NEWS: VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE BOWIE BOOTLEG & 06.01.2008 NEWS: YOUR FAVOURITE BOWIE BOOTLEG POLL RESULTS)

The poll asked: "What other bootlegs would you like to see get the official treatment?". The Thin White Duke still came fourth even after I stipulated that it would be coming out anyway.

I guess what I'm trying to say in a roundabout way is that it's probably even more popular than our poll suggested. Either way, I for one can't wait to hear Harry's 5.1 mix of Station To Station and his mix of Live Nassau 1976.

Stay tuned for more details.




The planet is glowing.

globule2
(cracked actor)
08/11/09 10:20 AM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition [re: Adam]  

I guess hearing the train going from left to right isn't good enough - we need to be surrounded by trains!

"apart from the cock, everything's all right" - DB

globule2
(cracked actor)
08/11/09 10:21 AM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: globule2]  

Nice to see WFTM, QB, LOM? and 5 years on the live discs, mind you.

"apart from the cock, everything's all right" - DB

kingsteved
(crash course raver)
08/11/09 01:25 PM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: globule2]  

This looks great and I'll definitely get this when it's available. I wonder how much it will cost. Hopefully they won't delay its release.



sonofsilence
(two inch thoughts)
08/11/09 03:30 PM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: kingsteved]  

I reckon £15.99

I'd rather be an arrogant, reckless Richard than a feline thats covered in faeces.





ziggfried
(acolyte)
08/11/09 06:39 PM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: sonofsilence]  

Good stuff. Although if the Nassau show is spread over two discs, there's no reason to edit the drum solo in "Panic in Detroit".



trendy rechauffe
(acolyte)
08/12/09 06:24 AM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: ziggfried]  

In reply to:

there's no reason to edit the drum solo in "Panic in Detroit".



...except that it's extremely boring to listen to.

I can't wait for the surround version. I hope they keep it up and do Low and Scary monsters as well.

bye tr

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ziggfried
(acolyte)
08/12/09 09:11 AM
Re: Station to Station 4 disc special edition new [re: trendy rechauffe]  

In reply to:

..except that it's extremely boring to listen to.


Well, that hasn't stopped hours... from being re-released, has it?

I remember Bowie once said something along the lines of the final version of Station to Station being given a polished, commercial sheen. I was always kinda hanging onto the hope that one day we'd get to hear some alternate (rougher?) mixes of the songs.



sonofsilence
(two inch thoughts)
08/12/09 09:48 AM
Drum Solo new [re: ziggfried]  

I always felt the drum solo was put in there so Bowie could go backstage to do a couple of lines of cocaine and refresh himself.

I'd rather be an arrogant, reckless Richard than a feline thats covered in faeces.





ziggfried
(acolyte)
08/12/09 06:31 PM
Re: Drum Solo new [re: sonofsilence]  

I think Bowie was weaning himself off cocaine that point, replacing it with brandy.




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