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Newly discovered live recordings from David Bowie's 1972 excavation during his period of dominance in the UK as Ziggy Stardust!

Recorded at Islebury Friars Club on July 18 and 15, 1972.

Unlike the world tour that followed, the non-original covers are noteworthy.
In addition to the well-known Velvet and Jack Brule, covers of The Beatles' "This Boy," Cream's "I Feel Free," and The Who's "I Can't Explain" are rare and valuable performances from this period.

Although the audience recordings from both nights are not as high quality as the original recordings, these are newly discovered live recordings of the early Ziggy Stardust tour in the UK that should not be missed!

01. Ode To Joy ? Introduction/02. Hang On To Yourself/03. Queen Bitch/04. John I’m Only Dancing/05. The Supermen/06. Ziggy Stardust/07. Moonage Daydream/08. Starman/09. This Boy/10. The Width Of A Circle/11. Waiting For The Man/12. White Light White Heat/13. Suffragette City/14. Round And Round
Live At Friars Club, Ayesbury, UK July 18th 1972

01. Ode To Joy ? Introduction/02. Hang Onto Yourself/03. Ziggy Stardust/04. The Supermen/05. Queen Bitch/06. Song For Bob Dylan/07. Starman/08. Changes/09. Five Years/10. Space Oddity/11. Andy Warhol/12. Amsterdam/13. I Feel Free/14. Moonage Daydream/15. I Can’t Explain/16. White Light White Heat/17. Suffragette City/18. I’m Waiting For The Man
Live At Friars Club, Ayesbury, UK July 15th 1972