Friday, January 29, 2021

David Bowie continues 1990s live series with 1997 Phoenix Festival release

David Bowie will release his performance at the UK’s 1997 Phoenix Festival as the fourth project in a six-part series of 1990s concert recordings billed as “Brilliant Live Adventures (1995-1999).”

Due February 12, “Look At The Moon (Phoenix Festival 97)” captures the singer’s July 20, 1997 set at the event in Long Marston, England, where he delivered a mix of classics and rarities – including a cover of Laurie Anderson’s “O Superman”, which the band had also played at their secret show as “The Tao Jones Index”at the festival the previous day.

The project will be available in limited edition double CD and triple vinyl editions.

The live series – which sees albums issued individually– was launched last fall with “Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95)” and “No Trendy Réchauffé (Live Birmingham 95)”, and the recent release of “”

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“Look At The Moon (Phoenix Festival 97)”

Release date: February 12

“The Man Who Sold the World”
“Driftin’ Blues”/”The Jean Genie”
“I’m Afraid of Americans”
“Battle for Britain (The Letter)”
“Seven Years in Tibet”
“Looking for Satellites”
“Under Pressure”
“The Hearts Filthy Lesson”
“Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)”
“Hallo Spaceboy”
“Little Wonder”
“Dead Man Walking”
“White Light/White Heat”
“O Superman”

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