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Bowie*I'm Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74)

Label:Parlophone – 0190295314170, Parlophone – DBRSDLP 2020
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
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Genre:Rock, Funk / Soul
Style:Glam, Soul

Tracklist

A1Introduction - Memory Of A Free Festival
Written-ByDavid Bowie
A2Rebel Rebel
Written-ByDavid Bowie
A3John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)
Written-ByDavid Bowie
A4Sorrow
A5Changes
Written-ByDavid Bowie
A61984
Written-ByDavid Bowie
B1Moonage Daydream
Written-ByDavid Bowie
B2Rock 'N' Roll With Me
Written-ByDavid Bowie, Warren Peace
B3Love Me Do / The Jean Genie
B4Young Americans
Written-ByDavid Bowie
C1Can You Hear Me
Written-ByDavid Bowie
C2It’s Gonna Be Me
Written-ByDavid Bowie
C3Somebody Up There Likes Me
Written-ByDavid Bowie
C4Suffragette City
Written-ByDavid Bowie
D1Rock 'N' Roll Suicide
Written-ByDavid Bowie
D2Panic In Detroit
Written-ByDavid Bowie
D3Knock On Wood
Written-ByEddie Floyd, Steve Cropper
D4Foot Stompin' / I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate / Foot Stompin'
Written-ByAaron Collins, Armand Piron*
D5Diamond Dogs / It’s Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It) / Diamond Dogs
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Record Store Day 2020 exclusive (on hype sticker bottom right hand corner) release.
Limited to 5000 copies.
Made in the European Union.

Per the ‘Recorded At’ info above: tracks A1 to D2 at the Detroit Michigan Palace on October 20th 1974 and D3 to D5 being encores at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on November 30th 1974.

RSD DROPS 2020 - August 29th

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text on sticker): 0 190295 314170
  • Barcode (Scanned on sticker): 0190295314170
  • Rights Society: GEMA/MCPS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Label Code: LC 30419
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): DBRSDLP 2020A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): DBRSDLP 2020B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): DBRSDLP 2020C
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): DBRSDLP 2020D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 0190295314170 BJ92633-01 A1 V=
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 0190295314170 V= BJ95184-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): 0190295314170 XS BJ92633-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): 0190295314170 V T BK97921-01 D1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
I'm Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) (2×CD, Limited Edition)Parlophone, ParlophoneDBRSDCD 2020, 01902953014772020
New Submission
I'm Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) (19×File, FLAC, Album, 24bit 96kHz)Parlophonenone2020
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jamisonholly
I think its great. An amazing live album, and one of Bowie's best, Up there with Santa Monica. Just dont dig a lot of the saxophone
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4737carling
Probably the most interesting Bowie releases since his passing ..noone saw this coming ..Bowie may sound raw ..but isn't that great ..A real live show from this period is a gift ..the moaners on here are missing the point ...as a fan of nearly 50 years I don't want a blue vinyl rehash or repackage of something I've purchased a dozen times ...its a revealing snapshot of a tour non of us in the UK saw ..a superb performance ...transitional phase from diamond to philly dog ...if you want to hear perfect versions listen to the studio albums or cracked actor album which is more polished ..me I think its superb ..sell it if ya don't like it ...
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TomMegginson
Bowie's voice is ragged, and the recording is just above a decent bootleg. But this is the closest thing we have to a Young Americans tour, so for me if fills a gap in my '70s Bowie collection. Worth it for hardcore fans. Perhaps not so much for the casual ones.
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jazor
Does this record come with a digital download code?
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Sousa7
I really love this period of Bowie. He was totally wasted, but still really cool and awesome.

Happy with this RSD release, but the sound quality isn't that good unfortunately. Although the setlist is still cool.
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dougiezero
I have a very good suspicion that they made way more than 5000 copies. My matrix runouts match the listing here, but are missing a few symbols. Call me crazy, but I doubt they would make multiple plates for 5000 copes. I also feel that every record stores were allocated multiple copies. It seemed like it was one of the easier RSD releases to get that day.
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MarcusAlmighty
Great album. Sure it is far from audiophile quality...but then these sort of releases were never meant to be an official type release. It's most likely a soundboard recording that someone had a good cassette copy of ....cleaned up and pressed to vinyl. For those of us who love having live performances. ..this is a nice addition. Just ask yourself. .would you rather they didn't release it?
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drbryant
Limited to 5000, really? But, 3700 Discog members have it?
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RembrandtPussyhorse
Edited one year ago
This album is a bit of a let down. Bowie seems like he's just tired from the road much like on 1974's David Live. Definitely not a starter album for someone interested in David's live records. For that I'd recommend Santa Monica 72 or Welcome to the Blackout. If you want to hear a live album that documents this odd transition period in his career I'd suggest Cracked Actor Live in Los Angeles. This one just doesn't do it for me.
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ogflatliner
I agree that the arrangements, band and especially the backup singers sound pretty cool on this record. That said I can help but think that Bowie himself purposefully never released this while he was alive. His voice is clearly blown out and strained. Given the jazzy/soulful approach to the music, the harshness of his vocals just don't make this a good listen for me. I'll give it a few more tries to see if it grows on me, but I truly doubt it.