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A variety of other artists' songs covered by Bowie
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A nice attempt at the artwork (interesting Roman Numeral on the Disc for 4), trying to use themes from Pinups but the quality of the original pictures used is far from ideal. The subtitle is 'Sway'. Typical of this series, there are mistakes as Don't Look Down has been pressed twice as tracks 4 & 9. The sound quality is very good but I share Bassman's sentiment and hope that this is the last in the series. All in all a forgettable recording - for the completists among us!
I am over-critical because it is a pirate recording as well as a bootleg. To add further insult to injury, it is a cheap CDR designed to dupe the unsuspecting Bowie collector into thinking they have a silver CD. This practise is particularly distasteful.
Originally recorded by Massive Attack. Taken from the 'Moline Rouge' soundtrack.
A Foggy Day In London Town
Originally recorded by Cole Porter. Taken from the 'Red Hot & Blue' compilation.
Originally recorded by Nine Inch Nails live in Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1995 although the exact venue is unconfirmed.
Don't Look Down
Originally recorded by Iggy Pop. Taken from the 'Tonight' album.
Across The Universe
Originally recorded by The Beatles. Taken from the 'Young Americans' album.
Originally recorded by Jacques Brel. Recorded on Radio One, London, UK in 1972 (venue unconfirmed).
Originally recorded by John Lennon. Recorded live at the Hong Kong Coliseum, Hung Hom, Hong Kong City, Hong Kong on 8 December 1983.
Originally recorded by The Walker Brothers. Recorded live but the sleeve notes claim it was 1984 is almost certainly wrong (venue unconfirmed).
Don't Look Down
Originally recorded by Iggy Pop. Taken from the 'Tonight' album. Mis-pressed duplication.
Originally recorded by Jacques Brel. Recorded live in 1973 (venue unconfirmed).
I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
Originally recorded by Morrissey. Taken from the album 'Black Tie White Noise'.
Trying To Get To Heaven
Originally recorded by Dean Martin. Taken from the 'Absolute Beginners' soundtrack.
God Only Knows
Originally recorded by The Beach Boys. Taken from the 'Tonight' album.
Wild Is The Wind
Originally recorded by Nina Simone. Recorded live at Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset, UK on 25 June 2000.