The vinyl box set of Bowie At The Beeb, originally mooted for release in 2000. Previously released on CD the same year, this is the debut of the Best Of David Bowie's BBC radio sessions from 1968 1972 on vinyl.
The vinyl box set of Bowie At The Beeb, originally mooted for release in 2000. Previously released on CD the same year, this is the debut of the Best Of David Bowie's BBC radio sessions from 1968 1972 on vinyl.
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Bowie At The Beeb: The Best Of The BBC Radio Sessions '68-'72 [Limited Edition 4LP 180 Gram Vinyl Box Set]
Artist: David Bowie
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. In The Heat Of The Morning
2. London Bye Ta Ta
3. Karma Man
4. Silly Boy Blue
5. Let Me Sleep Beside You
6. Janine
7. Amsterdam
8. God Knows I'm Good
9. The Width Of A Circle
10. Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed
11. Cygnet Committee
12. Memory Of A Free Festival
13. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
14. Bombers
15. Looking For A Friend
16. Almost Grown
17. Kooks
18. It Ain't Easy

DISC: 2

1. The Supermen
2. Eight Line Poem
3. Hang On To Yourself
4. Ziggy Stardust
5. Queen Bitch
6. I'm Waiting For The Man
7. Five Years
8. White Light/White Heat
9. Moonage Daydream
10. Hang On To Yourself
11. Suffragette City
12. Ziggy Stardust
13. Starman
14. Space Oddity
15. Changes
16. Oh! You Pretty Things
17. Andy Warhol
18. Lady Stardust
19. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide

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The vinyl box set of Bowie At The Beeb, originally mooted for release in 2000. Previously released on CD the same year, this is the debut of the Best Of David Bowie's BBC radio sessions from 1968 1972 on vinyl.

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The 39-track 4-disk set comes in a lift off lid box and features a full colour 20 page booklet. This vinyl version features Oh! You Pretty Things from the Sounds Of The 70s Bob Harris session, broadcast in September 1971, which was previously exclusive to the Japanese release of the CD. This performance features just David and Mick Ronson as a duo.

Completely exclusive to this collection, and therefore making its debut, is the once lost The Supermen from the Sounds Of The 70s Andy Ferris session, broadcast in March 1970, and performed by The Hype. This recording was only rediscovered during the research for the original CD set and remained unreleased until now.