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Oakland Alameda Stadium, Oakland, CA, USA on 17 September 1983
Source: Audience Sound Quality: CC Art Work: CC
Disc 1 Disc 2 Intro Station To Station Look Back In Anger Cracked Actor Heroes Ashes To Ashes What In The World? Space Oddity Golden Years Band Introduction Fashion Young Americans Let's Dance Star Breaking Glass Stay Life On Mars? The Jean Genie Sorrow Modern Love Cat People (Putting Out Fire) China Girl Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) Rebel Rebel White Light White Heat
Fairly poor sound throughout.
Announcer says, 'Ladies and gentleman. On stage with his final performance in North America of the 1983 Serious Moonlight tour, David Bowie and his band'.
During the band introductions, Bowie says 'on bass well-known Dutch painter Carmine Rojas'. After he completes the band members, he continues, ' You probably know this is the last date of our North American tour. I'd like to thank my crew very much for carrying out a very hard, wonderful work. Thank you very much lads. I'd like to thank all the people in America who have made us feel so much at home. I'd like to thank Keay Fogg Radio Station for playing the stupid requests early in the morning. This is a little thing I just wrote earlier' and the show continues with Young Americans.
During Jean Genie Bowie sings 'says he's a beautician, sells you all kinds of shit, keeps all your dead hair for making up underwear, little Greenie'.