David Bowie – Live in Santa Monica ’72: best release of 2008?

The new album, David Bowie – Live in Santa Monica ’72, just might well be the best release of 2008 so far. It’s certainly the best Bowie live album, superior to the Ziggy Retirement gig captured in London the following year.

Taken from a widely-bootlegged FM radio broadcast, David Bowie – Live in Santa Monica ’72 is the album you’d use to demonstrate Bowie’s early-career charisma.

A must-have in any half decent rockpop collection.

Track List:

Introduction
Hang On To Yourself
Ziggy Stardust
Changes
The Supermen
Life On Mars?
Five Years
Space Oddity
Andy Warhol
My Death
The Width Of A Circle
Queen Bitch
Moonage Daydream
John, I’m Only Dancing
Waiting For The Man
The Jean Genie
Suffragette City
Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide

Gerry Smith

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