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Bowie - Rare Album
Performer: Bowie
Genre: Rock
Title: Rare
MP3 album size: 2548 mb
FLAC album size: 1820 mb
Style: Classic Rock, Glam
Country: UK
Released: 1982
Catalog number: PL 45406
Label: RCA

Tracklist


1Moon Of Alabama
Bass – George MurrayGuitar – Adrian Belew, Carlos AlomarKeyboards, Synthesizer – Roger Powell, Sean MayesPercussion – Dennis DavisViolin [Electric] – Simon HouseVocals – David BowieWritten-By – B. Brecht, K. Weill
3:51
2'Round And 'Round
Bass – Trevor BolderDrums – Mick "Woody" WoodmanseyGuitar – Mick RonsonVocals – David BowieWritten-By – C. Berry
2:41
3Young Americans
Backing Vocals – Ava Cherry, Luther Vandross, Robin Clark Bass – Willie WeeksCongas – Larry WashingtonDrums – Andy NewmarkGuitar – Carlos Alomar, David BowiePiano – David Bowie, Mike GarsonSaxophone [Alto] – David SanbornVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie
3:11
4Helden
Backing Vocals – Antonia Maass, David Bowie, Tony ViscontiBass – George MurrayDrums, Percussion – Dennis DavisGuitar – David BowieGuitar [Lead] – Robert FrippGuitar [Rhythm] – Carlos AlomarKeyboards, Saxophone, Koto – David BowieSynthesizer, Keyboards, Guitar [Treatments] – Brian EnoVocals – David BowieWritten-By – A. Maass, B. Eno, David Bowie
6:07
5Crystal Japan (Instrumental)
Written-By – David Bowie
3:07
6Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola
Bass – Tony ViscontiDrums – Terry CoxGuitar – David BowieKeyboards – Rick WakemanKeyboards [Stylophone] – David BowieProducer – Gus DudgeonVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie, Mogol
5:02
7Velvet Goldmine
Bass – Trevor BolderDrums – Mick "Woody" WoodmanseyGuitar – David Bowie, Mick RonsonPiano – David Bowie, Rick WakemanProducer [Assisted By] – The Actor Saxophone [Alto & Tenor] – David BowieVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie
3:08
8John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)
Backing Vocals – Ava Cherry, Luther Vandross, Robin Clark Bass – Willie WeeksCongas – Larry WashingtonDrums – Andy NewmarkGuitar – Carlos Alomar, David BowiePiano – David Bowie, Mike GarsonSaxophone [Alto] – David SanbornVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie
3:26
9Amsterdam
Guitar – Mick RonsonLyrics By [English Lyrics] – M. SchumanVocals – David BowieWritten-By – J. Brel
3:25
10Panic In Detroit
Bass – Herbie FlowersDrums – Tony NewmanGuitar – Earl SlickKeyboards – Mike GarsonKeyboards, Synthesizer – Michael KamenSaxophone [Alto] – David SanbornSaxophone [Baritone] – Richard GrandoVocals – David Bowie, Gui Andreisano, Pablo Rosario, Warren PeaceWritten-By – David Bowie
5:49
11Holy Holy
Bass – Trevor BolderDrums – Mick "Woody" WoodmanseyGuitar – David BowiePiano, Vocals – Mick RonsonVocals – David BowieWritten-By – David Bowie
2:15

Credits


  • Compiled ByCarlo Basile, Fabrizio Ferrucci
  • Lacquer Cut ByJack Adams
  • Mastered ByPiero Mannucci
  • Photography – Greg Gorman
  • ProducerDavid Bowie (tracks: A2 to A4, B2 to B5), Ken Scott (tracks: A2 to A4, B1), Tony Visconti (tracks: A5, A6, B2, B4, B5)

Notes


Track A1: Italian version of 'Space Oddity', released in October 1970. Published by Westminster Music Ltd.
Track A2: Released in April 1973 as B-side of 'Drive-In Saturday', was recorded during the 'Ziggy Stardust' sessions. Published by Jewel Music Pub. Co. Ltd.
Track A3: Released in September 1973 as B-side of 'Sorrow'. Published by Carlin Music Corp. / MCPS
Track A4: Released in June 1974 as B-side of 'DiamondDogs'. Published by MainMan Music Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Bewlay Bros. Music
Track A5: Released in September 1974 as B-side of 'Knock On Wood', was recorded live 1974 but not included in the 'David Live' double album. Published by MainMan Music Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Bewlay Bros. Music
Track A6: A different mix than the original track, done for the U.S. market and released in February 1975. Published by MainMan Music Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Bewlay Bros. Music
Track B1: Released in September 1975 as third track of maxi-single 'Space Oddity', was a 'Hunky Dory' outtake. Published by David Bowie / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / MainMan Music Ltd.
Track B2: 'Heroes', German version, released in September 1977. Published by Bewlay Bros. Music / Fleur Music / E.G. Music
Track B3: Released in December 1979 but recorded in 1975 during the 'Young Americans' sessions. Published by MainMan Music Ltd. / Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Bowie
Track B4: Also known as 'Alabama Song' released in February 1980. Published by Universal Edition (Ldn) Ltd. / MCPS
Track B5: Released in March 1981 as B-side of 'Up The Hill Backwards', was recorded during the 'Scary Monsters' sessions. Published by Bewlay Bros. Music / Fleur Music

Inner sleeve with lyrics.

Track times not listed on release.

Barcodes


  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: Side 1) PL 45406 A-1U-1-1- JA
  • Matrix / Runout: Side 2) PL 45406 B-1U-1-1- JA

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Corporation
  • Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Distributed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Published By – Westminster Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Carlin Music Corp.
  • Published By – MainMan Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Bewlay Bros. Music
  • Published By – David Bowie
  • Published By – Fleur Music
  • Published By – E.G. Music
  • Published By – Universal Edition (Ldn) Ltd.
  • Mastered At – RCA Studios, Rome

Album


Rare often referred to as Bowie Rare was a compilation released by RCA Records to cash in on David Bowie for the 1982 Christmas market. The artist's relations with the company were at a low Bowie had recorded his last music for RCA Records with the Baal EP, and had been annoyed by the release of a five-year-old duet with Bing Crosby Peace on EarthLittle Drummer Boy as a single without his consultation. Bowie informed RCA he was unhappy with the Rare compilation, and would sign with EMI. Template:Use British English Template:Use dmy dates. The artist's relations with the company were at a low Bowie had recorded his last music for RCA with the Baal EP, and had been annoyed by the release of a five-year-old duet with Bing Crosby Peace on EarthLittle Drummer Boy as a single without his consultation. Bowie let it be known he was. David Bowie : Bowie Rare,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. RARE is a 1982 compilation by David Bowie, consisting of tracks that were hard to find at the time of this release. The compilation was used as a ploy to make money over the Christmas season. After the compilation was released, some songs were discovered to be remakes and not an original. Other tracks were later issues as bonus tracks on multiple CDs. Rare Q&A. As it turns out, in fact, one of the supposedly rare cuts, Holy Holy, is not the original 1971 single, but the less scarce remake later used as a B-side. Too, many of the cuts were eventually issued as bonus tracks on various CDs. The posthumous Bowie bounty will continue on April 18 with the I'm Only Dancing The Soul Tour 74 album. The artwork for the album is based on the original design for the programs that were handed out at the venues on The Soul Tour, which hit less than 20 cities in the East and South of the U. This is the first time the audio from that part of the tour has ever been officially released. In January, Parlophone announced the Record Store Day special, the nine-track ChangesNowBowie, culled from a 1996 session with longtime bassist Gail Ann Dorsey, guitarist Reeves Gabrels and producer Mark Plati during rehearsals for a 50th birthday gig at Madison Square Garden. Elijah takes you deep into his record collection each episode to look at one of his rare, obscure, or simply interesting records. This week we examine David Bowie's self-titled debut album from David Bowie album. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1982 compilation album by David Bowie. Compilation album by. Drive-In Saturday is a song by David Bowie from his 1973 album Aladdin Sane. It was released as a single a week before the album and, like its predecessor The Jean Genie, became a Top 3 UK hit. Music and lyrics - Heavily influenced by 1950s doo-wop, Drive-In Saturday describes how the. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and a version The Man Who Sold the World that Bowie recorded before his 50th birthday concert at MSG. To mark the occasion, Parlophone Records has announced two new Bowie releases. One of the projects is a six-track EP called DAVID BOWIE IS IT ANY WONDER that the label will release over the next six weeks. The first offering from the EP, which you can hear below, is a version of The Man Who Sold the World that Bowie recorded with Gail Ann Dorsey, Reeves Gabrels, and Mark Plati in November 1996
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