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The Other Bowie

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The picture disc is limited to 30 numbered copies only, and came with an insert. The coloured version is also numbered, but I don't know how many there are. The compilation is as boring as it can get. The Man Who Sold The World is Lulu's official version! The only funny thing about this disc is the super rare picture disc!  Released on PIAR Records in 1984.


Track Listing


Ching-A-Ling 1

I Feel Free 2

I Gotta Get A Job 2

Bombers 1

The Man Who Sold The World 3

London Bye Ta-Ta 1

Young Americans - Medley 4

Spot and Interview 5

My Death 6


Outtakes 1

Kingston Polytechnic, London, UK on 6 May 1972 2

Official version 3

Cher Show, CBS TV, USA on 23 Nov 75 4.

Bowie performed "Fame" and then he teamed up with Cher for two duets; "Can You Hear Me" and "Young Americans-Medley".   The medley at the end of "Young Americans" included the following songs: "Song Sung Blue", "Da Doo Ron Ron", "Wedding Bell Blues", "Mabye Baby", "Day Tripper", "Temptation", "Only You", "Ain't No Sunshine" and "Youngblood".

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BBC 1964 5

Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA, USA on 20 Oct 72 6