News | Nineties-era David Bowie Live Tracks To Be Released

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David Bowie’s nineties era concerts will be released in the coming weeks, while will be on May 15. Parlophone Records recently released a live recording of 1997’s “Little Wonder” from Radio City Music Hall in New York, October 15, 1997.

The live album features 12 tracks recorded in New York, Amsterdam, Rio De Janeiro, and U.K.’s Phoenix festival during Bowie’s Earthling tour in 1997. The album will also include bonus tracks “Pallas Athena,” and and “V-2 Schneider.” Both live tracks come from Bowie’s show at Amsterdam’s Paradiso on June 10th, 1997 and were released as a 12″ single as The Tao Jones Index which was Bowie’s code name when doing unannounced shows.

It was produced by Bowie while Zachary Alford on drums, Gail Ann Dorsey on bass, vocals and keyboard; Reeves Gabrels on guitars, synthesizers, and backing vocals; and also features Mike Garson on piano, keyboards and synthesizers. Tracklist

“I’m Afraid of Americans” (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
“The Hearts Filthy Lesson” (Long Marston, Phoenix Festival, July 18, 1997)
“I’m Deranged”(Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
“Hallo Spaceboy” (Rio de Janeiro, Metropolitan, November 2, 1997)
“Telling Lies” (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
“The Motel” (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
“The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)” (Rio de Janeiro, Metropolitan, November 2 , 1997)
“Battle for Britain (The Letter)” (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997
“Seven Years in Tibet” (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
“Little Wonder” (Radio City Music Hall New York, October 15, 1997)
“Pallas Athena” (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)
“V-2 Schneider” (Amsterdam, Paradiso, June 10, 1997)