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BoB's Eggs (VCD)

This disc contains the 'Best of Bowie' DVD Easter eggs, plus a collection of promos that the author thought needed to be included.



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Source: Broadcast Overall Quality: CCCCC Art Work: CCCC

Obviously with such a variety of sources, there will be much variation in both sound and vision.  My subjective grading given reflects the overall feeling one has when having watched this VCD.  Therefore I have included an Overall Quality score, which in this case has to be CCCCC.

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Track Listing


Oh! You Pretty Things (take 1) recorded for the Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC Studios, London, UK broadcast on 8 February 1972 (but this version was not shown until 1982)- DVD Easter Egg

Russell Harty Plus TV Show, LWT Studios, London, UK broadcast on 17 January 1973 - DVD Easter Egg

Blue Jean (MTV version) - DVD Easter Egg

Miracle Goodnight (remix) - DVD Easter Egg

Survive (live) at Small Club, Elysee Montmartre, Paris, France on 14 October 1999 - DVD Easter Egg

China Girl - uncensored promo

Loving The Alien - uncensored promo

Day-In Day-Out - uncensored promo

Sorrow - from 1980 Floor Show at the Marquee Club, London, UK on 18-20 October 1973

Fame - Soul Train ABC, USTV on 4 November 1975

Golden Years - Soul Train ABC, USTV on 4 November 1975

Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy - Bing Crosby Christmas Show, ITV, Elstree, London, UK on 24 December 1977

Under Pressure - with Queen

The Drowned Girl - from Baal

This Is Not America - from movie

When The Wind Blows - from movie

Under The God - Tin Machine

Prisoner Of Love - Tin Machine

One Shot - Tin Machine

Real Cool World - from movie



Soul Train, ABC TV programme, US 4 November 1975

LOCATION: unknown.
INCLUDES: Bowie performed "Golden Years" (playback) and "Fame" (playback). He was also interviewed before his performance.
ADDITIONAL FACTS: Bowie had been drinking to calm his nerves before the show. It showed. He spoke thickly, with disconnected sentences during the interview.

THE INTERVIEW anchorman: We're very proud to have with us one, who is easily one of the worlds most popular and important music-personalities. A great welcome, gang, for the gifted singer, composer, producer; Mr David Bowie.
David Bowie: Thank you.
anchor: Hi David.
Bowie: Hello.
anchor: Nice to have you with us. And I think our folks would probably like to ask you some questions after...
Bowie: ...I'd adore to answer them...
anchor: ...after I get my dumb ones out of the way.
Bowie: Oh, yes! I have some dumb answers.
anchor: I understand you just did a film?
Bowie: Yes. Um...the director of the film is called Nicholas Roeg, who started out as someone I didn't know and ended up as a friend of mine. And it's called The Man Who Fell To Earth and it's a bit like a Howard Hughes story. But he's... he's sort of an alien. But he doesn't look like a sort of an alien.
anchor: What part did you play in the film?
Bowie: /.?./
anchor: /.?./, fantastic.
Bowie: Yeah, but it's one person, but it looks like it.
anchor: Uh huh. And you're also doing a world tour soon that will take you to Russia.
Bowie: Yes, I hope so. We've asked if we can play in Russia.
anchor: Have any other contemporary music acts played in Russia, that you know of?
Bowie: No.
anchor: So you'll start in the United States and go around the world probably and among the countries...
Bowie: ...and end up in the United States again.
anchor: And end up in the United States again, fantastic. Let's see what we've got here...
Audience member: Hi, my name is Ella Walker and I would like to know; do you plan on doing any soundtracks for movies?
Bowie: I'm doing the soundtrack for The Man Who Fell To Earth (laughs) with a friend of mine, Paul Buckmaster.
Audience member: Yes, my name is David Vincent and is it true that you're gonna be teamin' up with Elisabeth Taylor to do a film?
Bowie: No.(laughs)
Audience member: Yes, my name is Glen Stafford and I like to know when did you actually start getting into soul music? You know, when did you start wanting to do soul music? I mean you're doin' it know! (laughs)
Bowie:(laughs) Um...getting into it? Well, back in England you see...when I was a teenager popping 'em you know...I don't know it's a similar expression over here...on street corners, we have street corners in London (David laughs at his own joke but nobody knows what the hell he's talking about)...and we used to go to a lot of clubs and James Brown was very popular...about then...I was about seventeen then.
anchor: OK, David I think we have to move on to your first song, which I believe is your latest single?
Bowie: Yes, it's called Golden Years.
anchor: OK, gang, how about it one more time for David Bowie. (audience applaud)