Dig this 1971 one-off Bowie show that starts off acoustic and then out comes the band with Mick Ronson. It's all captured with what sounds like a mic over rail and best of all, we're hearing the interchange between audience and Bowie, he was breaking out that year and the sense of being on the brink of super-stardom is very palatable, thumbs way up on this one...The Horror!!
Oh myyyy, don't believe I've ever had the honor to hear a JB boot from this time period which on this concert included a violin player... The Horror! Sounds great - Grade A audience capture - A-- JB makes comment a few songs in about never having played to such a large audience, nice!
Pretty cool fan-made compilation, we only know the list of songs and not sources. Every song is soundboard and the song list is almost com- prehensive but looks like the fan missed Communication Breakdown which was played here and there as an encore that year, all in all a very nicely done compilation..The Horror!
Greetings all from the Misty Mountain Top. Or is it Hop? Anyways a very fine and tasty Clapton boot with A+ sound and performance, dig it! Fillmore East, New York, NY - 23 and 24 October 1970 (Late Shows) There's a difference of opinion as to how these shows rate.
And where has THIS been all my life? Sheeesh, out of left field comes this excellently done 1970 (and a little '69, who's not up for a little 69 now and then) culled from several shows and BBC sess, don't pass go, don't collect $200, just run for the exits....The Horror!!