BBC Radio Theatre, London, June 27, 2000

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1 David Bowie - Wild Is the Wind 6:22 168,350
2 David Bowie - Ashes to Ashes 5:45 401,748
3 David Bowie - Seven 4:04 39,135
4 David Bowie & The Pat Metheny Group - This Is Not America 3:50 2,293
5 David Bowie - Absolute Beginners 5:39 141,080
6 David Bowie - Always Crashing in the Same Car 3:28 112,841
7 David Bowie - Survive 4:10 36,380
8 David Bowie - Little Wonder 6:02 103,813
9 David Bowie - The Man Who Sold the World 4:17 370,609
10 David Bowie - Fame 4:11 319,428
11 David Bowie - Stay 5:45 71,107
12 David Bowie - Hallo Spaceboy 5:14 77,619
13 David Bowie - Cracked Actor 3:01 105,635
14 David Bowie - I'm Afraid of Americans 5:16 106,556
15 David Bowie - Let's Dance 4:06 506,368

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  • sunheadbowed

    Yes @ the_last_word

    17 Mar 2013 Reply
  • davidbowiegirl

    I can't find this cd from anywhere :( I had this televisioned concert on VHS but it's missing, I totally loved it, pure joy.

    16 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Another_Sam

    Very impressive live performance!

    17 Mar 2012 Reply
  • the_last_word

    Is this release the same as the disc that came as a bonus with the early 3xCD editions of Bowie at the Beeb?

    28 Nov 2011 Reply
  • osito_keanero

    MASTERPIECE !!!!!!

    6 Jul 2011 Reply
  • Trabucaire

    Inmejorable Album de este pedazo de artista

    27 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Bobofthedead

    Other than the album artwork, this is an absolutely perfect cut from possibly the most amazing artist of all times. It has some wonderful reworkings of old songs, both classic, such as the newly florid orchestrations of Ashes to Ashes, to a version of This Is Not America which is actually engaging, quite a feat considering it was released at his creative nadir, to a Fame with bass so slammingly, heavily eyecrushing that it could pass as hip-hop of the highest order, to a reworking of Let's Dance with a weepingly wonderful opening, which erupts into the best funk that Bowie has done for years, nay, decades. If I were to take one Bowie live recording with me to a desert island, it would be this one. If I were to take one Bowie live recording with me to the grave, it would be this one

    19 Feb 2009 Reply
  • DBMethos

    Awesome re-imaginings of a lot of songs on here, especially "Let's Dance"....agreed about the creepy artwork, though.

    30 Aug 2008 Reply
  • m79k

    The performance is great, but the artwork and fades between songs are horrible...

    14 Jul 2008 Reply
  • MotherFist

    Absolutely dreadful album artwork. The designer should be shot.

    23 Mar 2008 Reply
  • nikooolaa

    The best Bowie recording I've heard... Fantastic musicians, great sound, wonderful songlist.

    5 Jan 2008 Reply

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