David Bowie - Montreal 1983 (2CD)


Double Disc Set Containing Bowie's Legendary Canadian Broadcast Show From 1983

Already a successful artist, in 1983 David Bowie released his 15th and bestselling album to date, Let's Dance, which would go on to reach platinum status. It contained three of his most popular singles, including the title track, which reached No.1 on the US and UK charts, as well as 'Modern Love' and 'China Girl', both of which peaked at second place in the UK. Co-produced by the legendary Nile Rodgers, the record was nominated for 'Album Of The Year' at The Grammy Awards in '84. In support of the album, Bowie and his band embarked on the 93-date 'Serious Moonlight' tour which visited 15 countries and attracted more than two million ticket sales, thus becoming his biggest live jaunt to date. In the throes of the tour, the group played the vast Montreal Forum on 13th July 1983, a show which was recorded for live FM broadcast. This 2 CD set contains the entire performance, providing a fine example of this cultural icon at the dawn of his most successful era.

Track Listing

Disc 1:

Look Back In Anger
Breaking Glass
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
Rebel Rebel
What In The World
Life On Mars'
Golden Years
Let's Dance
Red Sails
China Girl
White Light/White Heat
Disc 2:

Station To Station
Cracked Actor
Ashes To Ashes
Space Oddity
Band Introductions
Young Americans
Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)
TVC 15
The Jean Genie
I Can't Explain
Modern Love

Release date 10.05.2018