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From: perek@ccsg.tau.ac.il (Eyal Perek)
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Subject: Bowie FAQ 2.15
Date: 4 Mar 1996 08:02:17 GMT
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The official Bowie FAQ, written and maintained
by Eyal Perek, perek@zoot.tau.ac.il

Description:   Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (and non-Frequently Asked
               Questions) about Bowie and the alt.fan.david-bowie newsgroup.
Version:       2.15
Last modified: March 3rd, 1996
Next post:     April 1st, 1996 (hopefully)

Legal disclaimer:
It has been proven that this text may cause changes in the outcome of your
favourite war. Another symptom that was reported in some cases after reading
this article is wRiTiNg In ThAt StUpId WaY. You have been warned!!!
I'm not too generous when it comes to using smileys. If you read something
really REALLY ridiculous it probably means that I again spent too much time in
rec.humor. If you see a sentence ending with a :-) (or is it AN :-)) it
either means I wrote something I thought was funny (you may, or you may not
share my sentiments), or I just thought of a joke and the smiley was typed
without intention.
I therefore announce I will take no responsibility for any damage caused by
use, or misuse of this document, either direct or indirect.
If this product fails to work, check to see you've installed the batteries
right (not supplied in the original package). To be on the safe side, keep
out of reach of children and pets: it may explode in contact with non-Bowie
fans and water; if under pressure (and I quote from the Queen/Bowie song
Under Pressure: 'under pressure, pressure, pressure'); or if bent.
Any opinion expressed in this whole document is strictly mine, but can be
exchanged in return for a rare Bowie bootleg.
Why are you reading this anyway? Do you find it amusing reading legal notices?

For the narrow minded people: I was just joking, it is not THAT serious (or is
it?)

TOC section (Table of contents):

Part 1. Introduction (welcome to alt.fan.david-bowie)
   1.1  Requests, thanks, wishes and (surprisingly) an introduction
   1.2  The proper posting algorithm. Basic guidelines. YOU MUST READ THIS.
        (In case you weren't good in computer class at school, algorithm = a
        way of doing things. Sorta.)

Part 2. Bowie facts. Contains answers to questions you shouldn't ask, and will
        probably get you flamed if you insist on asking.
   2.1  Facts listed in chronological order
   2.2  Facts of no known dates
   2.3  Misc., gossip, what other people have to say about the man
   2.4  Bowie quotes (sometimes controversial, sometimes not so famous,
        sometimes pointless)

Part 3. Discography, filmography, and the rest of the gang. A discussion of
        Bowie's work. 
   3.1  Introduction
   3.2  Official albums
   3.3  Re-releases
   3.4  Singles (any single Bowie participated in its making)
   3.5  Filmography
   3.6  Videos
   3.7  Books
        3.7.1 Where can I read about Bowie?
        3.7.2 Song Books
        3.7.3 Related books
        3.7.4 What else?
   3.8  Other releases
   3.9  Important notes
   3.10 What's next?

Part 4. Song discussion. Talks about meanings and correctness of lyrics,
        different interpretations, notes on specific songs, etc.
        
   4.1  Love You Till Tuesday
   4.2  When I Live My Dream
   4.3  Space Oddity
   4.4  Letter To Hermione
   4.5  Conversation Piece
   4.6  Memory Of A Free Festival
   4.7  All The Madmen
   4.8  London Bye Ta-Ta
   4.9  Life On Mars
   4.10 The Bewlay Brothers
   4.11 Kooks
   4.12 Quicksand
   4.13 Five Years
   4.14 Rock 'n Roll Suicide
   4.15 John, I'm Only Dancing
   4.16 Song For Bob Dylan
   4.17 Andy Warhol
   4.18 Queen Bitch
   4.19 Velvet Goldmine
   4.20 What That Man
   4.21 The Jean Genie
   4.22 My Death
   4.23 Diamond dogs
   4.24 1984
   4.25 Dodo
   4.26 Candidate (demo)
   4.27 Young Americans
   4.28 Fame
   4.29 Station To Station
   4.30 TVC15
   4.31 Warszawa
   4.32 Heroes
   4.33 Helden
   4.34 Joe The Lion
   4.35 V-2 Schneider
   4.36 Red Money
   4.37 It's No Game
   4.38 Ashes To Ashes
   4.39 Scream Like A Baby
   4.40 Crystal Japan
   4.41 China Girl
   4.42 This Is Not America
   4.43 Dancing In The Streets
   4.44 Day In Day Out
   4.45 Fame '90
   4.46 The Buddha Of Suburbia
   4.47 Leon Takes Us Outside
   4.48 Outside
   4.49 The Heart's Filthy Lesson
   4.50 Segue - Baby Grace
   4.51 The Motel
   4.52 Segue - Algeria Touchshriek
   4.53 Segue - Nathan Adler
   4.54 Through These Architect's Eyes

Part 5. Bowie resources on the (inter)net. Where to find more information
        about Bowie, in case you reached the (clever) conclusion that this FAQ
        doesn't cover everything (nor it should).
   5.1  Newsgroups
   5.2  FTP sites
   5.3  Web sites
   5.4  Gopher

Part 6. Contact addresses

Part 7. Credits. Self explanatory.

Part 8. Who is the best solo artist in the whole human history?
        In this part you will find out who is the best solo artist in the
        whole human history. Try to guess and then check to see if you guessed
        it right.

==============================================================================

Part 1. Introduction

1.1  Requests, thanks, wishes and (surprisingly) an introduction

 o Welcome to the Bowie FAQ.

 o I wrote some of the stuff you'll find here myself, but I also used info
   from postings written by other people. Their names are included in the
   credits section. I also used some biographic details from Evan's site (see
   section 5.3). The people who have helped writing this biographic
   information are also credited.

 o I also used the biographies included in the Early On and Sound + Vision
   compilations.

 o If you think you can contribute to this FAQ, in any way (even correcting
   typos), please do!

 o HELP!!! I need:
   - The exact quote about Bowie and Angie living on Mars (posted a long time
     ago);
   - Details about The Singles Collection (differences between the three
     versions), posted waaay back;
   - Details about Bowie's son;
   - Details about the album Rough Power. Was it published *only* because
     Iggy Pop fans said Bowie ruined Raw Power with his mixing?;
   - Details about Queen's The Ultimate Collection - Rarities, Oddities
     And Cover Versions (that featured Bowie);
   - More information about the biographies (section 3.7). Which of them are
     out of print?;
   - The name of the female singer who recently covered Changes;
   - Short reviews of Bowie's albums. The reviews should be general, and
     should not include items like descriptions of specific songs, release
     details and musician info. Finally: I don't need personal opinions, I
     can write those myself.
     A one sentence reviews (something like 'a glam-rock album') would be
     just fine.
   - Details about his nomination for the Rock 'n Roll Hall Of Fame museum.
     Was he nominated the first time around 1987?
   - The different versions of the lyrics to Sweet Head. This was discussed in
     the newsgroup a long time ago.

 o I know, this is too long for a FAQ. I'm thinking of releasing a shorter
   version. Meanwhile, you can call this text a biography, an anthology, or
   whatever you like!

 o If you have a question but can't find the answer, and the table of contents
   doesn't help, try using a text search.

 o The FAQ is split into three parts, because some newsreaders can't handle
   files larger than 60K.



1.2  The proper posting algorithm

 o Every now and then, a new person gets an internet account. This person,
   given the right conditions (being a Bowie fan, hearing about the Usenet),
   sooner or later discovers the alt.fan.david-bowie newsgroup. Occasionally,
   he would post an annoying question that some of us got tired of seeing.

 o Conclusion: Before you post a question with a header that goes 'I'm new to
   this newsgroup, and this question was probably already brought up, but
   I would still like to know...' READ THE WHOLE FAQ. You will then prevent
   the ('logical') possibility of being flamed or being hated.

 o In particular, these questions should NEVER be asked:
   'Are his eyes really differently coloured???!!!?###'
   'Is he REALLY gay??!!?????&&'
   'Did he do something prior to Let's Dance?!?#######@@@??????!!!'

 o When posting rumours, clearly specify it's a rumour, preferably in the
   subject. Something like 'RUMOUR: Bowie used to date my cat'.

 o If you have intentions of posting something that is not related to Bowie
   (how to make money fast, etc.), let me help you.
   We'll read the name of the newsgroup together. alt.FAN.DAVID-BOWIE, that's
   right, alt.FAN.DAVID-BOWIE. More slowly. alt.F-A-N.D-A-V-I-D---B-O-W-I-E.
   Not alt.being.gay.is.disgusting, not alt.I.want.to.become.a.male.lesbian,
   it's alt.fan.david-bowie.
   We will now go over the MEANING of the name. The meaning is that only
   posts about Bowie should be made.
   And there's an appropriate newsgroup for posting stuff about Brian Eno
   (alt.music.brian-eno). Here, we're only interested in Bowie-Eno facts.

 o Don't get way off topic, (or even a bit off topic, unless it's very
   interesting). It may lead to a flame war.
   Note the example of 'are drugs used as a medicine for mental illnesses'
   or something that was discussed in the newsgroup. I can't remember the
   original question, which proves my point.

 o Ignore irrelevant postings (How to make money fast, Get HOT SEX here),
   and people who are searching for flame wars.
   I ignore all flamers, I suggest that you do the same.

 o Avoid posting a general question asking for an opinion like 'What is
   Bowie's best album?'. This may lead to an endless, confusing thread, with
   mixed replies, too many different thoughts, and no one can keep track who
   said what to whom. In the end, even YOU wouldn't get a satisfactory answer.
   You can, instead, ask people to mail their opinions directly to you. It
   would be nice, though, if you later post a statistical report that will
   make sense to us all (how many votes you got for each album in the case of
   the given example).

 o Avoid personal insults. No need to explain, is there?

 o Some people (including me) find postings formatted to more than 80 columns
   irritating (same goes for postings formatted to less than 20 columns :-)).
   But more important than that, some newsreaders can't handle them (you DO
   want other people to read your posts, don't you?).

==============================================================================

Part 2. Bowie Facts

2.1 Facts listed in chronological order

 o David Bowie is David Robert Jones, born in Stanfield Road, Brixton, south
   London, on the 8th of January 1947 to Peggy (whose real name was Margaret)
   and John (whose real name was Haywood Stenton) Jones.
   He changed his stage name from Jones to Bowie in 1966 because of the
   success of Davy Jones on the London stage. That was prior to the success
   of the Monkees (with Davy Jones).
   He decided to choose a last name that was also the name of a knife because
   he liked Mick Jagger (jagger means knife). He chose the name Bowie from the
   American frontiersman, Texan soldier Jim Bowie, who the knife is named for.
   He wanted to choose the name of an American, because he's always been
   interested in that country.

 o He had an older half brother, Terry, through his mother, that suffered many
   years from the mental illness with the long name Schizophrenia and was in a
   mental hospital for that reason. Terry committed a suicide in 1985 (this
   was after many attempts that failed). Bowie did not come to his funeral.

 o Bowie also has a step sister named Annette through his father.

 o When he was young he had an accident in which he broke his two legs. He
   still has a big scar on one of his legs, a result of that accident.

 o Bowie moved to Bromley, and studied art and graphic design in the Bromley
   Technical School.

 o Owen Frampton was his teacher. Owen's son, Peter Frampton, who was studying
   in the same school, and is three years younger than David, was a member in
   the band that played behind him in the Glass Spider tour (1987). They used
   to sing Sons Of The Silent Age as a duet.

 o Bowie's eyes are of different colour. His right eye is blue, his left eye
   is either brown or green, depending on the light. This is a common trait
   amoung people with differently coloured eyes. When he was born both of his
   eyes were blue.
   I've heard contradicting stories explaining this. I will summarize them
   in one sentence (pick what you think might be the best explanation):
   He had a {car accident/eye infection/street fight/fight with a high school
   friend over a girl} and {his left eye became paralyzed/his left eye was
   damaged in an operation/the doctors transplanted a wrong coloured pupil in
   an operation}
   Total of 4*2=8 combinations (I haven't heard about pupil transplants).

   The most common belief is that Bowie's left eye was damaged in a school
   fight with longtime friend George Underwood circa 1962. His pupil was
   paralyzed and subsequently could not adjust to light properly.

   In an interview in Atlanta, October '95, David said, himself, that at the
   age of about 13, he and another guy liked the same girl, and the other guy
   socked David in the eye, making for a permanently enlarged pupil, which
   appears to be an eye of a different colour than the other eye.

   The scientific explanation is that when the iris is compressed it appears
   darker.

   In the picture on Black Tie White Noise and several other pictures in
   recent interviews, Bowie is wearing blue contact lenses.

 o Bowie still keeps a white acrylic alto saxophone his parents bought him
   when he was twelve years old. That was his first instrument. He took
   lessons from Ronnie Ros, who introduced him to the jazz saxophonist Charlie
   Parker.

 o Bowie was influenced by Rhythm & Blues, a relatively new music style that
   started in America. Bowie's favourite singer was Little Richard. He also
   liked John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy and King Curtis.

 o His half brother, Terry, introduced him to progressive jazz, and to
   American poet Jack Kerouac.

 o The Konrads was Bowie's first group. The name he suggested was Ghost
   Riders. A known Konrads song is I Never Dreamed (written by Jones, Ferris,
   and Dodds), in which Bowie sings backing vocals.

 o He left them because they didn't want to play R&B.

 o Then he formed Reds & Blues (with friend painter George Underwood), a band
   that played many covers.

 o Bowie graduated high school with an A in art.

 o He took a job at the London agency as a commercial artist.

 o In November '63 Bowie formed his first recording band Davie Jones and the
   King Bees. The name originated from the Louisiana's blues singer Slip Harpo
   song I'm A King Bee. They were: Bowie (vocals, tenor. alto sax), Roger
   Bluck (lead guitar), George Underwood (rhythm guitar, harmonica, vocals),
   Dave Howard (bass), Bob Allen (drums).

 o To raise money Bowie sent a letter to a rich English entrepreneur, John
   Bloom, who was in the washing machines business. Since he had nothing to do
   with music, he passed Bowie's request to Less Conn (who was managing Doris
   Day's music publishing company, Melcher music, and doing talent scouting
   for the Dick James Organization). Conn suggested that they play at Bloom's
   wedding anniversary. He accepted, and they played Got My Mojo Working and
   Hoochie Coochie Man in that party. Conn then decided to become their
   manager.

 o They recorded the very first Bowie single Liza Jane (an old Negro
   spiritual but Conn was credited as the composer)/Louie Louie Go Home
   (composed by Paul Revere & The Raiders). The single was recorder at Decca
   studios, West Hampstead and was released on a subsidiary label Vocalion
   Pop on the 5th of June, '64.
   Bowie and his band gave performances in Marquee Club, Cafe Des Artists, the
   Roundhouse, and several universities.
   They also performed this single on the Juke Box Jury show, and on the BBC2
   show The Beat Room.

 o Since they weren't gaining any popularity Bowie decided to leave the band,
   on August '64, and they broke up.

 o Immediately afterwards Bowie joined The Manish Boys (The name originated
   from a Muddy Waters song), an R&G band from Maidstone, whose name used
   to change very often (Band Seven and The Jazz Gentlemen were amoung their
   previous names). They were: Bowie (vocals, tenor, alto sax), Johnny Flux
   (lead guitar), John Watson (bass, rhythm guitar, vocals), Mick White
   (drums), Bob Solly (organ), Paul Rodriguez (tenor sax, trumpet, bass),
   Woolf Byrne (baritone sax, harmonica).

 o After they'd heard David's copy of The James Brown Show Live At The
   Apollo, and under David's influence, they changed their music style.

 o On November 12, '64 Bowie gave his first known television interview on
   BBC's Cliff Michelmore's Tonight show about the organization he founded for
   'The Prevention Of Cruelty To Long Haired Men'.
   Bowie: 'Well, I think we're all fairly tolerant, but for the last two
   years, we've had comments like "Darling" and "Can I carry your handbag?"
   thrown at us, and I think it just has to stop now'.

 o The Manish boys signed with the Arthur Howes Agency. They played six shows
   as backup for Gene Pitney - Gerry & The Pacemakers tour, starting December
   1st.

 o In Regent studios they recorded for Decca a cover of Barbara Lewis's
   song Hello Stranger (that was never released) and Love Is Strange. Mike
   Smith was the producer.

 o Then they met the producer Shel Talmy (who was producing The Kinks, The
   Who, Manfred Mann at the time), that after hearing them, decided to produce
   them.
   Talmy: 'I really liked David because of the fact that he was, I thought, a
   head of the game'.

 o In IBC Studios they recorded the single I Pity The Fool (an Early '60 hit
   by American R&B singer Bobby 'Blue' Bland/Take My Tip (The first Bowie
   composition recorded. Jimmy Page appeared as a guest guitarist. The song
   was covered by Kenny Miller as an A-side)
   The single was released on March 5th.

 o Leslie Conn arranged that they perform I Pity The Fool on the BBC show
   Gadzooks! It's All Happening. Producer Barry Langford insisted that Bowie
   cuts his hair. He, of course, refused. Conn organized fans to parade around
   the BBC with banners like 'Be Fair To Long Hair'. Bowie also sent a letter
   to a local newspaper in which he claimed 'people with long hair have rights
   too'. The story was told in many other local newspapers. BBC Then decided
   to let him appear on the show, in condition that if they get complaints the
   band's fee will to to charity. No complaints were received :-)

 o in April '65 The Manish Boys broke up.

 o In March '65 Bowie met the band The Lower Third in Giaconda coffee bar, on
   Denmark St., a popular hangout for musicians. He became their lead singer.
   They were: Bowie (vocals, tenor, alto sax), Devis 'Tea Cup' Taylor (lead
   guitar), Graham Rivens (bass), Les Mighall (drums) (who left before the
   release of their first single, and was replaced by Phil Lancaster).
   Nicky Hopkins played piano in several sessions.
   The band was mainly influenced by The Who.

 o They appeared regularly on each Saturday at the R&B club La Discotheque.

 o In Central Sound Studio, on Denmark St. they recorded several demos,
   including Born Of The Night (that was never released) and two radio
   jingles for the U.S. including Youthquake Clothing (that David and Denis
   wrote when they arrived at the studio).

 o Their first single (and second Bowie single to be produced by Talmy) was
   released on 20th of August under EMI's Parlophone label. You've Got A Habit
   Of Leaving (influenced by The Who)/Baby Loves That Way (that David admitted
   it was a take off on Herman's Hermits. On backing vocals: Less Conn, Shel
   Talmy, two engineers and the band as monks).
   On the press release of this single David said that he likes Sammy Davis
   Jr.
   They band also recorded Over The Wall We Go - that was covered by Oscar.

 o Graham: 'David used to sit at home and strum a guitar and write some
   lyrics. We then used to sit down together as a group and make the whole
   thing something feasible and bring the whole tune together. A lot of the
   early stuff we did with him, apart from the basic tune and lyrics, was very
   much a joint effort'.

 o Talmy: 'David and I went straight to monaural tape on those demos.
   Certainly that wasn't multitrack. We did it specifically to do demos. They
   were things he had that we were talking about recording at a future date.
   And it was always nice to get them down on tape so we could have a listen'.

 o Ralph Horton (who was working for the agent Terry King, managing Screaming
   Lord Sutch and The Casuals, and who worked as a driver for The Moody Blues)
   became Bowie's first official manager.
   He arranged a few shows. The first - as a support to the Moody Blues at
   the Bromel club in Bromley. Other shows included Summer weekend engagement
   at the winter gardens in Ventnor, and support for Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
   on the Isle Of Wight.

 o They also did a series of afternoon concerts at the Marquee Inecto Show,
   that were broadcasted by a pirated radio station Radio London, sponsored
   by the makers of Inecto shampoo. They used to sing songs by The Kinks,
   Chim Chim Cheree (from Mary Poppins), and Mars (from Holst's Planet
   suite, the theme music from the British television serial The Quartermass
   Experiment).

 o Horton phoned Ken Pitt, who later on became Bowie's 2nd manager, at the
   end of '66, (and at the time, was managing Manfred Mann, Crispian St.
   Peters) because the band had financial difficulties. Pitt had no time, but
   he did suggest that Bowie changes his name. And he did (on November '65).

 o On November 2nd they band was auditioned at BBC but they were turned down.
   That was explained in '87: '...Like the Rolling Stones before him, the 19
   year old Bowie's performance was not suitable for the BBC's purposes. The
   talent selection group were particularly surprised by the inclusion of the
   Lower Third's version of Chim Chim Cheree from Mary Poppins, and as for
   Bowie's singing..."a Cockney type, but not outstanding", "A singer devoid
   of personality", "sing wrong notes" and "Out of tune" were just some of
   the comments. But two years later, Bowie was back at the beeb with a
   complete change of style and a trial broadcast'.

 o The year ended with the first performances outside of England, including
   two shows at the Golfe Drouot in Paris, one on New Year's Eve (On The Bill
   with Arthur Brown), and the other one on January 2nd, '66.

 o In the end of '65 the band signed with Pye records.

 o On January 14th the first single under the new name was released, produced
   by Tony Hatch, head of A&R for Pye. Can't Help Thinking About Me/And I
   Say To Myself. That was the first Bowie single to be released in the U.S.
   (on the Warner Brothers label, in May)

 o Since they didn't have any success, The Lower Third broke up, January
   '66.

 o Bowie then joined The Buzz (named by a radio station DJ).
   David Bowie and The Buzz were: Bowie (vocals), John Hutchinson 'Hutch'
   (lead guitar), Derek Fearnley 'Dek' (bass), John Eager 'Ego' (drums), Derek
   Boyes 'Chow' (organ).
   Hutchinson was replaced after four months with Billy Gray 'Haggis', but
   rejoined Bowie two years later with Feathers.

 o They were auditioned at February 3rd, in the Marquee club.

 o Their first performances were on the 10th of February, in Leicester
   University with the Graham Bond Organization and Jimmy James & The
   Vagabonds, and a day later in the Marquee club.

 o They recorded a few songs, including That's A Promise (written by Bowie).
   This song was only released on a bootleg single, and bootleg albums, one
   of which is Pierrot In Torquoise.

 o In March They performed The Lower Third's song Can't Help Thinking About
   Me on Ready, Ready, Go! and reached #26 on the Melody Makers chart.

 o In March 7th they recorded Do Anything You Say/Good Morning Girl (with Tony
   Hatch as the producer), that was released on April 1st.

 o They gave some successful performances in Scotland, and, at the Marquee -
   Bowie did a Sunday afternoon series of his own The Bowie Showboat (from
   the 10th of April '66 to the 12th of June), and it became apparent that
   Bowie had a group of devoted fans.

 o In the second The Bowie Showboat show Bowie met his next producer Ken
   Pitt.

 o I Dig Everything/I'm Not Losing Sleep was recorded on June 6th, and
   released August 19th. Band unknown. Producer Hatch thought the songs needed
   rearranging and used session musicians.

 o Hatch: 'David was then extremely conservative, good to get on with and
   excellent in the studio. His material was good, although I thought he wrote
   too much about London dustbins. Those were his formative years and he
   hadn't reached maturity, but he was unusual, unique'.

 o In December, '66, The Buzz broke up.
 
 o In 1967 Bowie signed with Deram, a Decca subsidiary, and released Rubber
   Band and Love You Till Tuesday, that both later appeared on his debut album
   David Bowie.

 o This album was released without We Are Hunger Men and Maid Of Bond
   Street in the U.S.

 o A year after he released his song The Laughing Gnome, in 1967, Roni
   Hilton wrote an orchestral version to that song.
   The song was later (in 1973) re-released on a collection, and reached
   the sixth place on the british charts.

 o Around this period, Bowie made an unsuccessful attempt to become a family
   entertainer.

 o After that, Tony Visconti became his producer, and they recorded Let Me
   Sleep Beside You and London Bye Ta Ta but no company wanted to release
   these songs.

 o His first role as an actor in the cinema was in a short half hour art film
   called The Image, in which he portrayed a corpse. In one of the scenes,
   Bowie lies on a window sill and someone pours water on him to create the
   illusion of rain. The film was shown as a 'filler' in seedy Soho cinemas.

 o In 1968 Bowie wrote a four page play called Ernie Jones. It tells the story
   of a man, Ernie, that wants to commit suicide, so he decides on having a
   'suicide party'. The play never acted on stage.

 o In they same year, the famous choreographer Lindsay Kemp let young Bowie
   (who, by then, was a mime with Kemp's dance troupe) appear on his show, in
   return for sex. Before one of the performances Bowie disappeared with the
   beautiful scene decorator Natasha Korlinov and Kemp tried to commit suicide
   by cutting his wrists, but he was saved. Two months later Bowie came back
   to him, then Natasha tried to kill herself with sleeping pills. She was
   also saved.

 o Bowie: 'Lindsay gave me lessons in exchange for writing music for them. He
   introduced me to a lot of extraordinary things - artaud, theatre of the
   absurd, all that kind of thing. A lot of my attitude toward the stage, and
   staging, really came from Lindsay. He was my mentor'.

 o Bowie then opened up for the duo Tyrannosaurus Rex (with Marc Bolan),
   a band Visconti was producing, as a mime (as a Buddhist priest).

 o As a pantomimist, he presented his own version of the chinese invasion to
   Tibet.

 o He also appeared as an extra in the movie The Virgin Soldiers.

 o He won 2nd place in the Maltese Song Festival with his song When I Live My
   Dream.

 o After that, he formed a mixed media band called Feathers with John
   Hutchinson and ballet dancer Harmione Farthingale that he was dating, and
   who was studying with Kemp. They combined original songs with Jackques
   Brel songs, poetry and mime acts.

 o Very shortly after, Farthingale dumped him. He wrote the song Letter To
   Hermione about it, that is included in his album Space Oddity.

 o In February 2nd, '69 he recorded the song Space Oddity with Hutchinson.

 o In the first recordings of Space Oddity, Bowie tried to make the sound of
   the spaceship by himself. It sounded bad. (He also did this on stage, in
   1972. The live version is available in Santa Monica '72, or in any bootleg
   of that performance).
   If you don't have any of these recordings, try to imagine how they sounded,
   for everlasting amusement.

 o Bowie: 'Hermione had run off with a dancer. I was totally head-over-heels
   in loved with her, and it really sort of demolished me. That event, plus
   the 2001 movie, sort of set me off on the Space Oddity song'.

 o Space Oddity, plus some tracks from the album David Bowie were used in the
   promo film Love You Till Tuesday. The film and the soundtrack were
   released in 1984.

 o The film didn't succeed.

 o Because of the American moon landing on July 20th, Mercury signed with
   Bowie, and they wanted him to re-record Space Oddity.

 o Bowie: 'John Hutchinson was going to record it with me. In fact, on the
   demo, Hutch is singing the first verse. We had intended making an album
   together, and we had demoed quite a few songs. This single was going to be
   "Bowie and Hutch". But then, two or three days before the session, Hutch
   said that he really didn't think that we were going to make it in rock. He
   was married, and he had a kid up in Yorkshire, and he decided he was going
   home. So I ended up doing the whole thing myself. I was heart broken. I
   mean, I'd built up a whole thing around the idea of duets'.

 o Space Oddity was re-recorded in June 20th with Gus Dudgeon as a producer
   (who was the engineer in the recordings of the album David Bowie) and with
   Paul Buckmaster's arranging.

 o Space Oddity became Bowie's first big hit (reaching #5 in the UK). The
   interesting fact is that Bowie's producer at that time, Tony Visconti,
   rejected the song. Bowie HAD to give the song to another producer - Gus
   Dudgeon.
   Bowie produced an alternative version to the song in '79.

 o Space Oddity was used by the BBC as the theme song of the U.S. moon
   landing.

 o Because of the big success, Mercury agreed to produce Bowie's next album in
   the early seventies. It was released as David Bowie in Britain in Britain
   (note: there's no typing mistake here), and as Man Of Words/Man Of Music
   in the U.S. This album was later on re-released as Space Oddity, in 1972,
   without the song Don't Sit Down. (but the song was included again in the
   Ryko 1990 re-release).

 o Bowie also recorded an Italian version of Space Oddity - Ragazzo Solo,
   Ragazza Sola (lonely boy, lonely girl) and a French version that I don't
   know its name, but the English translation is 'A man who disappears in the
   sky'.

 o Space Oddity is about Major Tom, an astronaut who gets lost in space.
   David returned to Major Tom in his hit single Ashes To Ashes, that is
   included in his album Scary Monsters (in '80). The Ryko re-release of the
   album includes a performance of Space Oddity from the 31st of December,
   '79.

 o Space Oddity only became a hit in America in 1973 (after the Ziggy tour),
   when the single was re-released, reaching #15 on the charts.

 o Bowie organized an art festival in Bromley, and a music festival.
   The song Memory of A Free Festival from the album Space Oddity is about
   that festival.

 o Bowie, talking about Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud: 'That, for me at the
   time, was the most fully developed song that I'd written. It had the
   narrative form, a loose mythology. It was a portent of what I was going to
   be doing later on'.

 o According to a rumour, Bowie attempted to enter U.S.S.R. around '69, but
   he was denied as he was found to have been carrying national socialist
   propaganda.

 o In January '70 - Bowie recorded the original version of Prettiest Star
   (that later appeared on his album Aladdin Sane) in London's Trident
   studios with Marc Bolan on guitar (who was about to become a superstar with
   T. Rex).
   Bowie: 'There was quite a lot of rivalry between Marc and myself. We had a
   sparring relationship. We both knew we were going to be doing something in
   the future, but he was a few rungs up - he was really starting to happen.
   But he decided that he wanted to contribute to something that I was doing,
   and so he played guitar on this one. I don't think we were talking to each
   other that day. I can't remember why, but I remember a very strange
   attitude in the studio. we were never in the same room at the same time.
   You could have cut the atmosphere with a knife. We eventually became the
   tightest of buddies until his tragic death in 1978'.

 o Bowie and Bolan were also members of the band Dib Cochran.

 o Afterwards, Bowie set a backup band: Tony Visconti (bass), his friend John
   Cambridge (drums) and Cambridge's friend, classically trained from Hull,
   Mick Ronson (guitar). Their first session was at the Roundhouse, London,
   February '70.
   Bowie: 'I thought It would be really interesting if each of us adopted a
   persona of some kind. I remember Cambridge was a cowboy, and Tony Visconti
   wore a Superman outfit. I can't remember what I wore, but it was very
   spacey, and there was a lot of Lurex-y material in it. Bolan was there, and
   he was open-mouthed that we had the balls to camp it up so much. I think
   that was the first glam-rock performance. I was all jeans and long hair at
   that time, and we got booed all the way through the show. People hated it.
   They absolutely loathed what we were doing. It was great!'.

 o In March 20th he was married to Mary Angela 'Angie' Barnett. Their son,
   Zowie, was born in May 28th.

 o In the early seventies, Bowie used to wear dresses ('a man's dresses'). He
   wasn't the only one (see Mick Jagger's little white 'party dress'), but
   still it was very odd.

 o A Texan man pointed a gun at Bowie once because he was wearing a dress.

 o His next band was called Hype: Tony Visconti (bass), Woody Woodmansey, who
   was the drummer in Ronson's band The Rats (drums), Mick Ronson (guitar).
   Bowie himself acted as The Rainbow Man.
   Bowie: 'Hype was a super band to be in. It didn't come to much, it was a
   shame actually. I enjoyed everything that we did. It was the embryo of what
   was to become the spiders'.

 o With the band, Bowie recorded his next album, The Man Who Sold The World.

 o Marc Bolan appeared as a guest guitarist on Black Country Rock (released
   November '70).

 o In January '71 Mercury arranged that Bowie meets the American press.

 o On the original cover of his album The Man Who Sold The World Bowie
   appeared wearing a dress. Mercury rejected the cover, and it was replaced
   with a cartoon drawing of a cowboy holding a rifle with a shot out clock
   tower behind him (designed by Bowie's artist friend). Later on, after the
   album was already released, they replaced this with the black and white
   Ziggy picture. The album was published with different covers in other
   countries.
   The album was not sold very well so Mercury decided to fire him.
   (All the covers appear in the Ryko re-release of the album, BTW).

 o Later that year, Bowie signed with RCA in the U.S.

 o In New York he met Andy Warhol, and Lou Reed. Lou Reed introduced him to
   Iggy Pop, and the three of them became good friends. There is a picture of
   them hanging out together.

 o Bowie has always been a Lou Reed fan. He recorded two cover versions of his
   songs: White Light/White Heat and Waiting For The Man. He also sang these
   songs a few times in the sixties.

 o In 1970 He recorded what's known to be the first song he ever wrote, Tired
   Of My Life. The song can be found on the boolegs Lost In Our Vaults Until
   Now and The Shadow Man.

 o Bowie had a Riley car which he used to call Rupert. He wrote a song about
   it - Rupert the Riley - which wasn't officially released, but can
   be found on the bootleg The Shadow Man.

 o With previously The Rats member Trevor Bolder on bass and Rick Wakeman
   (who later on joined Yes) on keyboards, and his old band, Bowie recorded
   his next album Hunky Dory, that was produced by him and Ken Scott
   and released in November (after Wakeman had left).

 o One song became a big hit, Changes. It reached #66 on the U.S charts.
   Bowie: 'I really started to feel at home as a songwriter in Hunky Dory. I
   really felt that I knew how to write songs at that point. There were couple
   of things that attempted to sort of transplant the brain of a cabaret song
   onto a piece of rock writing. One was Life on Mars and the other one was
   Changes. Changes started out as a parody of a nightclub song, a kind of
   throwaway. But it turned into the monster that nobody would stop asking for
   at concerts. "Dye-vid, Dye-vid - do Changes". I had no idea it would become
   such a popular thing'.

 o Hunky Dory reached #93 on the U.S charts.

 o The album featured tribute songs to Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, and Velvet
   Underground (Queen Bitch).

 o According to several resources Andy Warhol hated the song Bowie wrote for
   him (Andy Warhol). They met, Andy listened to the song and sat and stared
   at David for a while, then said 'I like your shoes'.
   In a recent interview, to the radio program Modern Rock Live, Bowie said
   Warhol wasn't terribly communicative and how they basically stood there and
   looked at each other before having a conversation about shoes.

 o Talking about Oh! You Pretty Things Bowie said he tried to play the piano
   part, but had to stop after every couple of notes because his fingers hurt.

 o Peter Noone reached #12 on the UK charts with Bowie's song Oh! You Pretty
   Things.

 o Bowie once appeared with a circus elephant called Changes on stage.

 o Two tracks, Moonage Daydream and Hang Onto Yourself were released under the
   name Arnold Corns (originated from the Pink Floyd song Arnold Layne) in
   '71. The dress designer Freddi Burette was supposedly the lead singer.
   These tracks were later re-worked for the album Ziggy Stardust.

 o In 1972 Bowie invented Ziggy Stardust, a science fiction story with a hero
   by the same name. He created a concept album based on it.
   This album is considered to be Bowie's most influential and famous album,
   and one of the best albums ever made, by any artist. It was chosen as
   the most influential album of the seventies by Melody Maker.

 o The album was released on June 6th and stayed more than a year on the U.S.
   charts.

 o It reached #5 on the UK charts and #75 on the U.S charts.

 o The first single from the album, Starman, reached #10 on the UK charts and
   #65 on the U.S. charts.


 o Bowie said to a Radio 1 DJ that Starman was based on Somewhere Over The
   Rainbow from Wizard Of Oz.

 o The band that played behind him in the years 1972-73 (until their last
   concert in Hammersmith Odeon) was called The Spiders. The members:
   Mick Ronson (guitar), Woody Woodmansey (drums), Trevor Bolder (bass).

   This is what happened after they broke up:
   Mick Ronson released a couple of solo albums (now available as a double
   on MainMan/Trident). He then worked for many years with Mott the Hoople.
   He played on their final single (Saturday Gigs), and on their European
   tour in October/November '74. He then worked with their writer/singer Ian
   Hunter on and off for the next 20 years.
   He has many productions with credits to his name, some of which are: The
   Morrissey album with I Know It's Gonna Happen on it, an Andi Sex-Gang
   single Seven Ways To Kill A Man, Dalbello's album Who Man Four Says.
   He also worked with some minor UK punk bands. For example, he produced and
   played on the Slaughter and the Dog's first album.
   Ronson had been living in the U.S. for some time. He died of liver cancer 
   in 1993.

   Woody Woodmansey and Trevor Bolder went on to release a Spiders From Mars
   album with unknown guitarist and vocalist.
   Woody Woodmansey then released another album (the name of the band was
   Wood Woodmansey's U-Boat) (The album has a 'cartoon' cover, BTW).
   They were touted as having 'the biggest drum kit in the world' - Woody
   promptly fell off it and broke his wrists!

   Bolder and his band played a mini concert in 1977 during a street party to
   commemorate the Queens silver jubilee.
   He was playing bass for Uriah Heep at Reading Festival around 1987. He's
   still playing for them now.
   His dad used to have a record shop, but that was closed many years ago and
   is now a cafe. His brother also had a brief musical career.

 o The home town of the Spiders from Mars is the city of Hull, North
   Humberside.

 o Ziggy Stardust - the character Bowie played, is an amalgam of Vince Taylor,
   the insane rocker, who used to dress up like Jesus on stage; Iggy
   Pop/Twiggy; and the Legendary Stardust Cowboy, a failed one-time performer
   on TV.

 o Bowie: 'Vince was American and came to England, then went to France and
   became a star of dirge. But then he came back to England and we spoke of
   our findings. He wore a white robe and sandals and we sat in the busy
   London street with a map of the world and tried to find the people who were
   passing by and scowling at us. They were nowhere on the map. Vince went
   back to France, then I heard about the famous show where he had told his
   band to go home and appeared in front of the curtains in that old white
   robe and sandals telling the French people about the comings and goings due
   upon us. He was banned from performing.
   My records were selling and I was being a man in demand. I thought of Vince
   and wrote Ziggy Stardust. I thought of my brother and wrote Five Years.
   Then my friend came to mind, standing the way we stood in Bewlay Bros. and
   I wrote Moonage Daydream'.


 o Some say Ziggy Stardust is David's self portrait (and that he did that
   intentionally). Examples: Lady Stardust is about a man who is rejected by
   the environment because of his makeup and long hair (other interpretations
   are that the song is about Vince Taylor, or Marc Bolan). Ziggy Stardust
   (the song) is about a man who wants to become a famous rock star. John,
   I'm Only Dancing (which was released as a single at the time) deals with
   bisexuality (note: there is another interpretation that he's telling his
   friend he's not trying to steal his girlfriend).
   Some people claim that Ziggy is Jimi Hendrix. To prove their theory all
   they can say is that they are both left handed. Of course, it didn't occur
   to them that Bowie is also left handed.
   In an interview, in December 90, Mick Ronson said that Ziggy 'was really
   David and Angela's idea'. When asked about who Ziggy is based on he said
   'Some people say Jimi Hendrix'.
   Other people say Ziggy is not a human, and that David always claimed he was
   an actor, implying that he roles (so Ziggy is only a fruit of his
   imagination).

 o When John, I'm Only Dancing was released in September 1st in Britain,
   it reached #12 on the charts. But RCA America didn't want to release it,
   and it was banned from some radio stations because of it's suggestive
   lyrics.
   The song was released in America in '76 in the compilation album
   ChangesOneBowie.

 o Bowie was one of the first rock stars to admit he's bisexual. Some claim he
   was the very first. In January '72, in a Melody Maker interview he said:
   'I'm gay, and always have been'.
   In '83 with Let's Dance and his foray into the mainstream he went from
   admitting it to denying it. He's now claiming it was just an experimental
   act.
   Quotes that are worth mentioning:
   'probably the most provocative thing one could say in 1972. Drug talk was
   positively establishment and this sort of felt like the era of self
   invention coming up'.
   E Entertainment: He told that he was trisexual ('I'll try anything once').
   Out: 'I was fairly forthcoming about the fact that I was bisexual. I don't
   think there was any question about me being ambiguous, was there?'
   Details: He said he had admitted he was bisexual because he didn't want
   someone else to discover it.

 o Bowie's ex-wife, Angie, claims she caught her husband in bed with Mick
   Jagger. Bowie's response (US magazine, 1995): 'About 15 or 16 years
   ago, I really got pretty tired of fending off questions about what I used
   to do with my [penis] in the early seventies. My suggestion for people with
   prurient interests is to go through the 30 or 40 bios on me and pick out
   the rumour of their choice'.

 o For the tour that followed the Ziggy Stardust album, Bowie created a show
   with glamorous costumes and stage effects (with The Spiders and American
   Jazz pianist Mike Garson) (and dyed his hair red :-) ). In one performance
   Bowie sent his tongue to Mick Ronson's guitar, while touching his thighs.
   The media interpreted it as if Bowie was trying to send his tongue to
   Ronson's loins. This caused a big scandal and Ronson threatened in
   resignation.
   Bowie supposedly licking Ronson's groin was commonly termed 'the electric
   blowjob' and he did it quite frequently in Ziggy shows. He also did this a
   few years before the Ziggy tour, at a concert in Northern England. He
   wasn't the one who invented it, by the way.
   You can see this act in Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture. It basically
   looks like he's trying to perform fellatio on the guitar.

 o Bowie was once left only in his underwear when fans tore his clothes and
   took them as souvenirs.

 o Ronson initially didn't want to wear the costume-y glitter garb Bowie
   wanted him to as one of the Spiders. Bowie joked many times that he finally
   convinced Ronson and the others by telling them they'd 'pull more girls'
   that way.

 o The phone booth that appears in one of the photos on the cover of Bowie's
   album 'The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars' was
   torn from its place and was sold to an American fan in the late seventies.
   There was nothing special about that phone booth.

 o The picture for the cover of Ziggy Stardust was taken in Soho.

 o The K. West sign shown on the cover of Ziggy Stardust was stolen by a
   Bowie fanatic (never to be found). K. West was an agent / theatrical
   supplier.


 o Still in 1972, Bowie produced Lou Reed's album Transformer. This album
   includes the song Wagon Wheel that Bowie claims to have written.

 o Lou Reed appeared as a guest singer in a Bowie performance in London, the
   same year. They performed Reed's Sweet Jane as a duet.

 o Bowie surprised his fans in the last concert of the Ziggy Stardust tour,
   as he performed the Beatles song Love Me Do as part of a medley with
   The Jean Genie. Jeff Beck appeared as a guest guitarist.
   The resulting performance was, however, left out of the original release
   from the concert (Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture) but can be found on
   the old vinyl bootleg His Master's Voice, along with a few others.

 o Bowie is afraid of spiders as a result of a trauma he had when he was a
   child. He told in an interview that he remembers saying to himself:
   'Spiders, creatures from the darkness, I need to turn into a spider in
   order to fight crimes'.

 o Bowie had many successes that year. Hunky Dory reached #3 on the UK charts.
   The Man Who Sold The World was re-released and reached #26 on the UK
   charts and #105 in the U.S. Man Of Words/Man Of Music was re-released as
   Space Oddity and reached #17 on the UK charts and #16 in the U.S.
   In addition, Mott The Hoople reached #3 on the UK charts with a song Bowie
   had written for them, All The Young Dudes.

 o His next album was Aladdin Sane.

 o The name Aladdin Sane is actually A Lad Insane.

 o The first single from the album, Jean Genie, reached #2 on the UK charts
   and #71 on the U.S. charts.

 o Bowie: 'It was a sort of a half hearted effort to leave Ziggy alone. It
   wasn't very committed. It was a case of not wanting to let go of something
   that was successful, yet another part of me really wanted to go home. Also,
   I had a ... not a falling out, really, but a loss of enthusiasm with the
   spiders. They didn't really wanted to go where I wanted to go. I was
   already developing a great interest in soul music, and experimental forms.
   They were pretty much into playing this straightforward rock. Which was
   understandable - they played it very well'.

 o He originally wrote the song Drive In Saturday, that was included in this
   album, for Mott The Hoople as a follow up to the song All The Young Dudes
   that he had previously written and produced for them (he produced the whole
   All The Young Dudes album).
   Bowie: 'They never used Drive In Saturday. I don't know why'.

 o Aladdin Sane was originaly supposed to included a re-recording of John, I'm
   Only Dancing (available on Sound+Vision, as well as other compilations),
   but eventaully didn't, because the album already contained another
   re-recording (of Prettiest Star).

 o In the seventies, there was a lot of gossip concerning his favourites in
   sex. They included: Japanese and black females, white and Japanese males,
   women of African extraction.

 o Bowie told proudly he saw four couples making love in his performance in
   Glasgow, in 1973.

 o There were dozens of Ziggy doubles in every concert Bowie gave during his
   Ziggy tours.

 o In one of the nights during the Aladdin Sane tour the surrealist painter
   Salvador Dali was in the audience.

 o His most famous quote is probably 'Not only is it the last show of the
   tour, but it's the last show that we'll ever do. Thank you'. He said that
   at the last concert of the Aladdin Sane tour, in July 3rd, 1973,
   Hammersmith Odeon.
   Many Bowie fans believe that he meant THE SPIDERS will never perform again.
   It's a known fact, however, that he and his company, RCA had a disagreement
   about the money they let him spend.

 o And then he released Pin-Ups, a cover-versions-only album for songs from
   the London '64-'67 club scene.
   Bowie: 'Pin-ups was really my way of shaking Ziggy completely, while
   retaining excitement in the music. It really was treading water, but it
   happens to be one of my favourite albums. I think there's some terrific
   stuff in it. I had it in the back of my mind to do a volume two, and cover
   the American scene. I would've done Velvets and early Iggy things, The
   Seeds, Pearls Before Swine. There were some great things I was gonna dig up
   and do'.

 o Lou Reed's White Light/White Heat was recorded for Pin-Ups, but was never
   released.

 o In '73 Bowie also remixed Iggy Pop's album Raw Power.

 o He sang Sonny Bono's I Got You Babe as a duet with Marianne Faithful in the
   1980 Floor Show in October (available on the Dollars In Drag bootleg).

 o Bowie produced Lulu's single from 1974 Watch That Man/The Man Who Sold The
   World (both songs previously written by Bowie). He's also provided backing
   vocals, and his band was playing in the background.

 o In 1974 he wrote and recorded a song called You Can Have Her, I Don't Want
   Her, She's Too Fat For Me. After the recordings, he burned the tapes.

 o David had wanted to make a theatrical production of 1984, but the Orwell
   estate denied the rights. So he turned his original idea into what became
   the Diamond Dogs album, that was released in June '74.
   Bowie: 'I was stuck with a partially written musical. And I converted it
   into something more Borroughsian. That was when I really started playing
   around with cut-up techniques, and that really opened up a whole new
   avenue of songwriting to me, a whole approach creating different
   atmospheres. Because that was the crux of what rock was to me. It wasn't so
   much what rock said. It was just the attitude and the atmosphere that it
   created. I was trying to define my version of rock-personally, in the way
   that I felt it, as a more stage oriented, theatrical kind of artist'.

 o The album cover of Diamond Dogs originally showed a half dog, half Bowie
   figure. The offending parts were censored in the American release of the
   album. It is now available in the U.S. with the original cover.

 o One song that didn't make it to the album was Dodo. It was attempted with
   The Spiders, and with a soul arrangement. Bowie: 'I also had Lulu cover it,
   but that never came out either'.
   The song is available in the Ryko re-release, and the Sound+Vision CD set
   as part of a medly 1984/Dodo. Even prior to these releases, this song was
   available on many bootlegs.

 o The first single from the album, Rebel Rebel was the first song the
   American press really liked.

 o Eventually, the album reached #5 in the U.S. album charts.

 o The tour that followed was glamorous. On the stage there was a big movable
   bridge, and a giant diamond that opened up to reveal a giant hand.
   Bowie: 'The set was unbelievably expensive. We were stoney broke. It wiped
   me out for a few years. But it was definitely worth doing'.

 o In 1974 journalists took pictures of him with Lou Reed in a crowded room.
   It was interpreted as a passionate kiss by some in the media, others think
   they were just talking closely.

 o The band that played behind him on the first half of the 1974 tour almost
   started a strike. They claimed they are not getting enough exposure, and
   that their fee is low. The threatened strike was settled only hours before
   the David Live album was recorded.

 o David Live was recorded in Philadelphia. When David was there, he took his
   time to record some songs at Sigma Sound, a soul music centre. He used the
   guitarist Carlos Alomar, who he have seen at Harlem's Apollo theatre, and
   the backup singer Luther Vandruss (and co-wrote Fascination with him).

 o To his shows around the world he used to take a library that he built
   all by himself.

 o He took that library together with his 1000 book collection to the set
   of Nicolas Roeg's film The Man Who Fell To Earth, in which he had a big
   part portraying an alien.

 o The Man Who Fell To Earth includes full frontal nudity on Bowie's part.
   (Bowie later on also appeared nude in his video clip of China Girl. Most TV
   stations broadcast a censored version of this video. But I've seen the
   uncensored version myself on MTV/Europe. MTV/America shows the 
   censored version. I don't know about other MTVs :-) ).

 o The movie The Man Who Fell To Earth is based on the novel by Walter Tevis
   (by the same name), published 1963, and still in print! (the movie edition,
   however, isn't). Walter Tevis is best knows as the writer of the Scorseze
   movie, The Colour Of Money.

 o In 1976 Bowie adopted a new persona: The Thin White Duke.

 o With this new persona, he released Station To Station.

 o Rumours say Bowie originally wrote Golden Years for Elvis Presley, who
   didn't want the song.

 o Golden Years was the only hit single from Station To Station, and it
   reached #10 on the charts.

 o Station To Station additionally included a cover of Wild Is The Wind, a
   ballad by Johnny Mathis. Bowie: 'I'm a sucker for a very romantic song'.

 o That year, at the Grammy Awards, Aretha said 'I'm so happy I could almost
   kiss David Bowie'. According to Ava Cherry (a member in Bowie's band),
   after the awards show they went somewhere and she put on an Aretha record,
   and began to dance to it, and David smashed it.

 o Bowie: 'I was really trying to push my musicians into experimental music.
   I really didn't succeeded that much, except that I got some quite
   extraordinary things out of Earl Slick. I think it captured his
   imagination to make noises on guitar, and textures, rather than playing the
   right notes. Station To Station was really the rock-format version of what
   was to come Low and Heroes. I was at the time well into German electronic
   music - Con, and all that. And Kraftwerk had made a big impression on me.
   I thought they were quite wonderful'.

 o The Station To Station tour began on February '76.

 o Bowie: 'I wanted to go back to a kind of Expressionist German-film look. A
   feeling of a Berlinesque performer-black waistcoat, black trousers, white
   shirt, and the lighting of, say, Fritz Lang, or Pabst. A
   black-and-white-movies look, but with an intensity that was sort of
   aggressive. I think for me, personally, theatrically, that was the most
   successful tour I've ever done'.

 o After the tour, he moved to Switzerland.

 o Around this time, he was using drugs quite heavily.

 o In Paris, he co-wrote with Iggy Pop his (Iggy's) album The Idiot.
   Bowie: 'Poor Jim [Jimmy Osterberg is Pop's real name], in a way, became a
   guinea pig for what I wanted to do with sound. I didn't have the material
   at the time, and I didn't feel like writing it all. I felt much more like
   laying back and getting behind someone else's work, so that album was
   opportune, creatively'.
   Bowie also co-wrote with Iggy some of the songs in Lust For Life.
   Both of these albums were released in 1977. See section 3.8 for details.
   He used a few of the songs on these albums later on in his '80s albums.
   The most famous covers are for Tonight and China Girl.

 o Two of the band members on Lust For Life (the Sales brothers, Hunt and
   Tony) formed Tin Machine (with Bowie and Reeves Gabrels) many years later.

 o In October '76 Bowie and Iggy moved to Berlin. Bowie: 'I thought I'd take
   the stage set, throw it away, and go and live in the real thing'.

 o In Berlin, Bowie met Brian Eno (Brian Eno was Roxy Music's keyboard player
   prior to that), today's most important (according to music critics) and
   rich (fact) producer in the world.
   In the years 1977-79 Bowie collaborated with him in a trilogy of albums:
   Low, "Heroes", Lodger, knows as the synthesizer trilogy, or the Eno
   trilogy.
   (note: lately, they renewed this collaboration)

 o Bowie: 'One day in Berlin, Eno came running in and said "I've heard the
   sound of the future" and I said "Come on, we're supposed to be doing it
   right now". He said "No listen to this", and he puts on I Feel Love by
   Donna Summer. Eno had gone bonkers over it, absolutely bonkers. He said
   "This is it, look no further. This single is going to change the sound of
   club music for the next fifteen years" which was more or less right'.

   Yet another quote:
   'I guess I should mention that on Low, "Heroes", and Lodger, Brian and I
   utilized his "Oblique Strategies" cards quite a bit. I mean, if we got to
   an impasse, we'd just turn over one of his cards, and whatever the
   instruction said on it, we'd obey-which led to some hilarious musical
   insights. We would write out arbitrary chords and then put them up on a
   board, and then Eno would point to a different chords on the wall and the
   band would have to follow them. We just did everything we could to break
   the rules of what playing rock music was supposed to be about'.

 o Low, released January '77, included poppy songs and ambient tracks.

 o The album Low was originally supposed to be called New Music Night And Day.

 o The cover of Low is a visual pun. The picture is of Bowie in profile, so
   the cover reads: low profile.
   When Low came out an interviewer asked Bowie the significance of the
   title. He sorta gotta bit cross, as if it was obvious, his play on words:
   i.e. he was keeping a low profile, hence the picture.

 o Nick Lowe, a singer, thought that the title Low was his name with the 'e'
   dropped and promptly produced an EP called Bowi. (get it? Bowie with the
   'e' dropped)

 o Some of the tracks from Low (including Art Decade and Weeping Wall) were
   originally written for the soundtrack of The Man Who Fell To Earth.

 o Bowie played the piano on the Iggy Pop 1977 tour.

 o He returned to Berlin to record "Heroes".

 o On "Heroes", Robert Fripp, the leader of King Crimson, appeared as a
   guest playing a clarion guitar.

 o The album included tributes to American performance artist Chris Burden
   (Joe The Lion) and Kraftwerk's Florian Schneider (V2-Schneider).

 o In September Bowie returned to Britain to appear on the Marc Bolan show,
   (and play the song "Heroes").

 o For the Marc Bolan show, Bowie and Bolan rehearsed two songs they wrote
   together: Sleeping Next To You and Madman. Eventually, only a small part of
   the former was transmitted, but these songs can be found on several
   bootlegs, including Alarm, Sleeping Next To You, and Ziggy 2.

 o In 1977 Bowie sang Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy (written by
   Gorssman, Fraser, Kohan-Simeone, Onorati, Davis, and Shawnee) as a duet
   with Bing Crosby. It was released as a single in 1982, and in many
   Christmas compilations.

 o Between the recording and broadcast of both shows (with Marc Bolan and
   Bing Crosby), they both died!

 o In 1978 he toured again (the name of the tour was Heroes), with Roger
   Powell of Utopia on synthesizers, and Adrian Belew. He released Stage, a
   life performance from the tour.

 o The same year, Bowie and Lou Reed had a fight in a restaurant and Reed hit
   Bowie. They are not friends since then.

 o Bowie's next album, Lodger, was recorded in various cities: New York,
   London, Zurich, and Berlin.


 o On one track Boys Keep Swinging, guitarist Carlos Alomar played drums and
   Dennis Davis, Bowie's drummer, played bass. Tony Visconti also played bass
   at the end, and to clean-up Davis' mistakes.

 o In 1979 Angie Bowie got depressed, and tried to commit suicide. David saved
   her.

 o They broke up at the end of the year. They divorced in '80. According to
   Angie's biography, they have been seperated since '77.

 o Angie sued bowie for 30,000 pounds when they broke up, then for another
   million.

 o Bowie had a big drug crisis in the late seventies. He claims he was saved
   only because of his son Zowie, who used to look at him strangely as he
   (Bowie) was crawling on the floor.
   He DIDN'T USE DRUGS AS A CURE TO A MENTAL ILLNESS HE HAD, as opposed to
   what some people think (and post).

 o Bowie: 'I suppose I've been knocking on heaven's door for about eleven 
   years now, with one sort of high or another. The only kinds of drugs I 
   use, though, are ones that keep me working for longer periods of time. 
   I haven't gotten involved in anything heavy since '68. I had a silly 
   flirtation with smack then, but it was only for the mystery and enigma 
   of trying it'. (1979)

 o Bowie wrote and recorded two tracks with John Cale. Piano La and Velvet
   Church. They weren't released on any official album. (only on the bootleg
   single Two Gentlemen In New York).

 o In December, Bowie appeared in Saturday Night Live and played The Man
   Who Sold The World, TVC15, and Boys Keep Swinging. These versions can be
   found on the bootlegs Naked And Wired and 1980 Floor Show.

 o The alternative (1979) version of Space Oddity was presented on The Kenny
   Everett show, January 31st 1979. It starts off with Bowie sitting on a
   stool with a guitar. In the silence when the takeoff happens, he puts
   down his guitar, strolls across to a padded cell, sits down and sings
   the rest.

 o He had the lead role in the Broadway show The Elephant Man.

 o Bowie commented about mental breakdowns he had had in LA. That was around
   '80 (the comment, not the breakdowns).

 o Bowie: 'What can I say? I'm bored and I'm retiring for good' (circa '81
   interview).
   I haven't heard a good explanation for this one.

 o Bowie and Queen recorded a song called Under Pressure together. The bass
   line from this song later became a hit in America when Vanilla Ice used it
   in his song Ice Ice Baby.
   Bowie also participated on a Queen outtake Cool Cat that can be found on
   Queen's The Ultimate Collection- Rarities, Oddities And Cover Versions.

 o In 1981 he changed his style and image. He stopped using drugs and any
   homosexual relations (recently, he said that he had returned to using drugs
   for a while after that, and that he drank fairly heavily during the '80s).
   He also drew back from his declarations about socialism.
   All music critics agree that it was also a change from sophistication and
   quality to commercial poppy music. In the last years he returned to
   quality.
   Bowie, lately admitted himself, that he wasn't creative for most of the
   eighties.

 o He broke with RCA in 1982 and signed with EMI.

 o Let's Dance, released in 1983, is his best seller (produced by Nile
   Rodgers).

 o Bowie had a fight with Tony Visconti, the producer of his seventies albums.
   Visconti said that he originally was supposed to produce Let's Dance, but
   that without notifying him Bowie suddenly decided that he preferred Nile
   Rodgers. He also said he had lost a big sum of money because of that.
   Bowie has said in an interview it was because Tony made remarks about
   his family to the press.
   According to Tony's wife (who sometimes posts to the newsgroup, BTW): They
   invited Bowie to their wedding but he declined. Tony is unclear as to why
   David has not spoken with him and has tried to reach him a number of times.
   It was not a bitter break, just a break without a word from David.

 o The working title of the album Let's Dance was Vampires Of Human Flesh.

 o A very succesful world tour (Serious Moonlight) followed the release of
   Let's Dance.

 o Stevie Ray was originally supposed to play on the Serious Moonlight tour
   but he was replaced with Earl Slick because of a disagreement over money.
   He also wanted to open the shows, but that was not the problem.

 o Bowie was in a hotel in Osaka, Japan, when an earthquake started. He
   hysterically ran down 22 floors. This happened during the Serious
   Moonlight tour. David joked that it was EMI's promotion for Shake It.

 o Bowie has a world record for being the singer who got the biggest sum of
   money for only one performance - He earned one and half million dollars in
   1983 for the concert he did at the Regional Park in California, in a
   festival.

 o Bowie: [NOT AN EXACT QUOTE]: 'I was a cult artist, never really in the
   mainstream ... having said that, it was a very [big] cult ... these songs
   show I can make good pop songs'.
   (in an interview, around the Let's Dance release)

 o In '84 he released Tonight. The album includes a duet with Tina Turner
   (Tonight).

 o The first version of Tonight (on Iggy's album) included the lines:
   'I saw my baby, she was turning blue
   I knew that soon, her young life was through
   And so I got down on my knees, down by her bed
   And these are the words, to her I said'
   When Bowie sang the song with Tina Turner, he removed these lines.

 o One of the advertisement planes for the album Tonight crashed on a house.

 o In 1985, Bowie participated in the Live Aid concert. He sang on the finale
   Do They Know It's Christmas. He also appeared on the single B-side, in
   a song called Feed The World. Both songs were written by Geldoff and Ure.
   For the event, he also recorded a cover version of Dancing In The Streets
   (written by Ivy Jo Hunter, William Stevenson and Marvin Gaye) with Mick
   Jagger.

 o Bowie dated the ballet dancer Melissa Harley a couple of years (until
   1990). The official break-up reason: Melissa got hurt from stories Angie
   told about her married life with Bowie.

 o In 1987 he released Never Let Me Down. An album that critics simply HATED.

 o He originally wrote Girls (that later on appeared on the album re-release)
   for Tina Turner (in 1986).

 o A world tour, Glass Spider, followed.

 o Because Pepsi sponsored the Glass Spider Tour, Bowie did a commercial for
   them. The music of the song Modern Love was used (with altered lyrics).
   In the TV commercial, a man (Bowie) is falling asleep in front of his
   computer, and the song is playing, then a woman (Tina Turner) appears and
   gives him a Pepsi.

 o Bowie is known to be an artist of the Shock Art stream. His video for the
   single Day In Day Out showed a whore pissing on Ronald Reagan's portrait.
   The video was censored.

 o In 1987 he refused an offer to play Frank Sinatra in a movie.

 o La La La Human Steps (an artistic dance group) appeared with Bowie twice
   in 1988. They included Bowie's song Look Back In Anger in these
   performances.

 o In 1989 Bowie formed Tin Machine with guitarist Reeves Gabrels and Hunt and
   Tony Sales.
   That was a big surprise because Bowie announced many times in the past
   he would never form a band because 'One man cannot break up'.

 o His 1990 greatest hits tour (Sound & Vision) was a great success.

 o Before the tour actually started Bowie announced: 'This will be the last
   time ever for the old material'.
   Bowie only played a few songs from his old repertoire in the 1995 tour.
   Songs that he had never performed in a concert before (Teenage Wildlife,
   The Man Who Sold The World are examples).

 o Before his 1990 tour he opened a fans' phone line. It was used to vote for
   what songs the fans wanted to hear on his tour. The profits of the
   organization went to charity.

 o Bowie was one of the artists that participated in The Freddie Mercury
   Tribute Concert. He sang "Heroes" alone, All The Young Dudes with Mott The
   Hoople, and Under Pressure with Annie Lennox. These songs (and the whole
   concert) can be found on the bootleg 'Thank You', Freddie.

 o In 1992 Tin Machine's second album, Tin Machine II, was released. A more
   melodic album than their first one. Critics were diverged in their
   opinions.

 o Five producers refused to produce Tin Machine II.

 o The cover shows four naked male statues. This enraged many American
   organizations, that demanded to ban the record. The statues' genitals
   were then airbrushed (on the U.S. cover).

 o At the same time, a live Tin Machine album was released (Oh Vey, Baby)

 o In 1992 Bowie married Somalian supermodel Iman, in Switzerland. Bowie gave
   her a 3.5 million dollars worth castle in Ireland as a wedding gift.

 o David's got a step-daughter through his marriage to Iman (from her
   previous marriage).

 o Bowie currently owns houses in Ireland, Africa, Switzerland, London,
   New-York, Los-Angeles and the Mastic Islands in the Caribbean.


 o In 1993 Bowie resumed his solo career with his album Black Tie, White Noise
   (produced by Nile Rodgers), which has a jazzy atmosphere to it. It includes
   songs written for his wedding with Iman - The Wedding, The Wedding Song,
   and a song dedicated to his half brother who killed himself - Jump They
   Say (In some interviews Bowie said that the song was about the metaphysical
   need to jump).
   One of the artists participating in the album is called Lester Bowie
   (who isn't a relative of Bowie). In one interview Bowie made a humourous
   remark about the 'reunion' of the 'Bowie brothers' for the first time.

 o Mick Ronson and Mike Garson participated in the making of the album.

 o Bowie wrote the score for The Buddha Of Suburbia, a TV series based on
   Hanif Kureishi's autobiographic book by the same name, published by Faber
   and Faber.
   Bowie and Kureishi met because Kureishi though of using songs of Bowie's
   from the seventies in the TV series, and to use instrumentals such as those
   on Low as a soundtrack. Instead, Bowie offered to write new material
   inspired by the seventies.
   It is very probable that one of the main characters (the rock star wannabe)
   is based on David Bowie. It's also probable that he's a Bowie wannabe. In
   one scene, he says that he knows his own music is nothing special and says
   'I know I'm no Bowie'.

 o Rumour: Iman is now carrying Bowie's 2nd child.

 o In 1995 Bowie held a painting exhibition in Kate Chertavian Gallery, a
   retrospective of his last twenty years of painting. The exhibition included
   painting, sculpture and various installations, including a number of recent
   works made in collaboration with South African artists. Bowie also
   presented a new line of wallpaper manufactured by Laura Ashley. One of the
   details in the wallpaper is a minotaur whose genitals were censored by the
   Laura Ashley company.

 o In 1995, Bowie was sued by the American photographer Dona Ann McAdams.
   Bowie did a computer-generated print of performance artist Ron Athey,
   that appeared in the January 1995 of Q Magazine. The print was based on
   a photograph by McAdams that accompanied a review of Athey's performance
   appearing in The New York Times, 1994. McAdams was granted exclusive
   photographic access to the performance. Bowie used the print base on the
   McAdams' photograph in connection with his fiction/non-fiction story.
   McAdams did not participate in or approve of Bowie's print.
   They've reached an agreement on May, 1995.
   Under the settlement Bowie publicly acknowledged McAdams' photograph as the
   source on which the computer-generated print was based.

 o 1995. Bowie releases his concept album Outside, co-written and produced
   by old friend-collaborator Brian Eno.

 o Bowie invited Brain Eno to his wedding with Iman, in 1992. They talked,
   and discovered they're working on similar projects. That's how the album
   started.

 o Many musicians who've worked with him in the past are participating: Mike
   Garson, the pianist (Aladdin Sane, Diamond Dogs), Carlos Alomar, the
   guitarist (Station To Station through Scary Monsters), Reeves Gabrels, the
   guitarist (Tin Machine), Sterling Campbell, the drummer (Black Tie White
   Noise) - now works with Soul Asylum, and Erdal Kizilcay,
   multi-instrumentalist (Never Let Me Down, Glass Spider Tour, Buddha Of
   Suburbia). (Side note: Yossi Fine, the bass player, is an Israeli).
   Bowie: '...It was important to choose those who were not weighed down with
   musical cliche, who had terrific control over their abilities yet were a
   bit loony'.

 o The music is influenced by modern styles and combines elements from his own
   previous albums: funk, rock, disco, ambient, techno, jungle and jazz.

 o Bowie also used the computer equivalent of William Burroughs' cut-up
   technique, when writing the lyrics.

 o The album is based on a short story written by Bowie himself, titled The
   Diary of Nathan Adler. It lasts from 1977 to the last day of the 20th
   century. The subtitle on the cover is The Nathan Adler Diaries: A Hyper
   Cycle. Inside the slick digi-pak, the subtitle reads The Diary Of Nathan
   Adler Or The Art-Ritual Murder Of Baby Grace Blue. A Non-Linear Gothic
   Drama Hyper-Cycle.
   Q-magazine had wanted Bowie to write what he was doing the last few days
   but instead he wrote the story.
   The story is about Nathan Adler's investigation of the Art-murder of the
   14-year old Baby Grace Blue. Part of the story is based on the S&M
   performance artist Ron Athey with AIDS who pierces and ritually mutilates
   himself and others onstage, then hangs the bloody pieces of cloth above the
   heads of the audience. He is still performing that show in Manhattan.
   Most of the references from the parts in the story set in '94 and before
   are true. He also refers to his current partner-in-art-crime Damien
   Hirst's work as well.
   This is a multi-viewpoint plot. In the album itself, each song is sung by
   one of the seven characters (performed by Bowie).

 o In the booklet that comes with the album you can see pictures of the
   characters. They're all Bowie pictures altered with computers. Each picture
   has the name of the character written on it.

 o Bowie: 'Outside is about what it is to be an outsider, not only where and
   how outsiders live, but how the fact of being an outsider makes them feel.
   As befits the multiphrenic nature of outsider art and emotions'.

   'Having decorated the Mountain room with crazed color pieces of fabric
   brought from London by Brian, I equipped it with paints, charcoal scissors,
   paper and canvas to give us something to fly away on when not playing. I
   also brought in my computer complete with new program developed by an
   aquaintance that had the ability to randomize my writing line by line,
   three-word block by three-word block, and deliver up totally different
   composites of image and description from that which I had programmed in. A
   sort of electronic Bill Burroughs cut-ups machine. It did in seconds what
   since 1973 I had been doing with scissors and glue.
   The first major session was on the 12th of March 1994. Brian set up his
   various gizmos, rhythm machines, toy pianos, clocks, samplers, radio etc.
   and gave each musician a flash card. On it he had written a brief
   character description. "You're the latest remaining survivor of a
   catastrophic event and you will endeavor to play in such a way as to
   prevent feelings of loneliness developing within yourself"; Or "You are a
   disgruntled ex-member of a South-African rock band. Play the notes they
   won't allow". I've made these up but you get the idea. Our musicians were
   then enjoined to play within the parameters of those roles as was humanly
   possible.
   My card informed me that I was a soothsayer and town-crier, bringing
   stories and news to a society where information networks had broken down.
   We started playing around twelve noon and didn't stop for three hours, new
   ideas and new rhythms being thrown in every few minutes by Brian or another
   of the band. I had a table in front of me covered with regular lyrics and
   randomized pieces from which I would improve either in song or in dialogue
   both as narrator and character.
   Out of this first day came the bedrock of what was to be Adler's diaries.
   Nathan Adler, Ramona A. Stone and Algeria came almost fully formed from
   these sessions, the other characters developing over the next few days. To
   me it was a revelation that I could slip back into musical character after
   not working in that framework since 1976's Thin White Duke, let alone
   fragment into six or seven personae. The strange location, New Oxford Town,
   also hinted strongly at the disorganized psychic rubble that was Diamond
   Dogs'.


 o Here are two examples of what was written on the cards Eno gave the
   players. He gave such characters to 8 people, including the engineer and
   the assistant engineer.

   For David Bowie:
   'You are a member of an early 21st Century "Art and Language" band. You
   make incantations, permutations of something between speech and singing.
   The langauge you use is mysterious and rich - and you use a melange of
   several languages, since anyway most of your audience now speak a patois
   that effortlessly blends English, Spanish, Chinese and Wolog.
   Using on-stage computers, instant sampling techniques and long delay echo
   systems, you are able to build up dense clouds of coloured words during
   performance. Your audience regards you as the greatest exponent of live
   abstract poetry.
   Samuel Beckett is a big influence'.

   For Reeves Gabrel:
   'It's 2008. You are a musician in one of the new "Neo-Science" bands,
   playing in an underground club in the Afro-Chinese ghetto in Osaka, not far
   from the University. The whole audience is high on "Dreamwater," an
   auditory hallucinogen so powerful that it can be transmitted by sweat
   condensation alone. You are also feeling its effects, finding yourself
   fascinated by intricate single-note rhythm patterns, shard-like Rosetta
   Stone sonic hieroglyphs. You are in no particular key - making random
   bursts of data which you beam into the performance. You are lost in the
   abstracted rational beauty of a system no one understands. You are a great
   artist and the audience is expecting something intellectually challenging
   from you.
   As a kid, your favourite record (in your Dad's record collection) was
   Trout Mask Replica'.

 o In the early eighties there was a TV show Fame.
   In the very end of one episode someone performed a cover of Fame. At the
   very next episode co-stared Milton Berle as a famous director, called
   Nathan Adler.

 o Outside was chosen to be the 7th best album of 1995, according to a readers
   survey in mid October, by Rolling Stone.

 o Bowie appeared two times on AOL. The first, prior to the release of
   Outside (with someone claiming he's Harry Maslin, the producer of Station
   To Station). The second, after the release of Outside. He also appeared
   once on Prodigy. Furthermore, he said that he and his band often check out
   the alt.fan.david-bowie newsgroup.

 o Mountain View (Silicon Graphics) hosted David Bowie, who seemed very
   interested in their computers.

 o Bowie's web page was created with the help of a Silicon Graphics employee.

 o Bowie, in a Bowie/Eno interview in Musician magazine said: 'We stretched it
   to 75 [minutes]. But it was edited down, you're not going to believe this,
   from something like 22 hours of material. Not finished, necessarily. But
   something like 22 hours that we accomplished during the three weeks that
   Brian and I and the musicians worked. It was, I think, one of the most
   incredible experiences of my life in the studio'.

 o Outside was released in many versions:
   Jewel case with see-through tray; plastic jewel; cardboard case
   (with different artwork); Japanese version (with extra track Get Real).

 o On the June 1995 issue of Vogue, There's a fashion spread of Bowie and
   Iman together.

 o A young man (don't know his name) went around asking superstars to pose
   with a wooden sign that says 'LOVE' in red letters. He has made a book of
   these pictures called Love. The book includes a picture of Bowie and Iman.

 o Nine Inch Nails appeared with Bowie as 'very special guests' on the
   Outside American tour. Bowie played his new material, a few numbers
   from his earlier work, plus some songs by Nine Inch Nails.
   Other band members included guitarist Reeves Gabrels, guitarist Carlos
   Alomar and pianist Mike Garson.


 o Different signs have been hung above the stage in each show of the
   Outside tour. They included: Free Vulva, Strange Hand Music: Listen to the
   Limbs!, Street Vulcan, Ouvre Le Chein, Open The Dog, Shake Meat Dies Away,
   and Street Vulva Match Me.

 o David Bowie has invited a host of top celebrities to a warehouse in a
   seedy area of hollywood to celebrate the end of his North American tour,
   including: Bon Jovi, Keanu Reeves, Seal, Rod Stewart and Brad Pitt.

 o Adam Curry's Sleaze on the WWW reports that at least 1,000 fans 'stormed'
   out of Wembley after Bowie refused to play any of his classic hits in his
   Outside tour. One spectator was quoted as saying she got tired of waiting
   for Changes and so on and was never so bored at a Bowie show.

 o Morrissey appeared with Bowie on the Outside European tour.

 o In an interview for the January '96 issue of Guitar Bowie hints he may
   be working with guitarist Jeff Beck in the future. He says that they talked
   about doing a project together.


 o Bowie had said he would no longer appear in films: '...I don't enjoy the
   process. Unless you're the director, it's extremely boring and I'm not a
   born actor in terms of film'.
   He recently contradicted himself in a German interview he gave to the
   Berlin magazine Tip.

 o Bowie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in January, 1996.
   He didn't attend the event because he was touring.
   Bowie has been a vocal critic of the Hall of Fame, saying music should
   not be treated like the Olympics. He told Reuters in Los Angeles:
   'I think it's very nice, I don't give it much thought actually'.
   He told MTV: 'I don't really think I feel anything much. I just am very
   anti-institution, of any nature. I don't know ... Frankly, I don't really
   know what it means'.

 o At the induction, Marianne Faithful performed Rebel Rebel.

 o Bowie wrote the music for a Kodak commercial.



2.2  Facts of no known dates

 o Bowie managed to get over his flight fright. He suggested that everyone
   that has fright fright should enter the cockpit before takeoff and
   before landing.

 o Bowie is known for his weakness in remembering names. In one of his press
   conferences he made mistakes mentioning the songs Panic in Detroit, Space
   Oddity and Queen Bitch.

 o According to rumours, Bowie was seen at 3am at a police station in London
   with Pete Townsend and John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten). The three were
   totally drunk and they said they wanted to arrest the policemen.

 o Bowie refused the offer of the Homosexual Liberation Movement to write
   their hymn.

 o A maniac sent Bowie a dummy bomb, with a note saying he wants to become
   a member of Bowie's band.

 o Bowie was offered to appear as Peter Pan In the Royal Shakespeare Company
   and he turned it down - too much work pressure.

 o Bowie described himself as a chameleon, and indeed he appeared as Ziggy
   Stardust, Aladdin Sane, The Thin White Duke, A one eyed pirate (in Rebel
   Rebel), A clown, and many other roles.
   Some of the bootlegs of Bowie are called The Chameleon Chronicles.
   Critics refer to him many times as 'The Chameleon Of Pop'.

 o Bowie refused to give an interview to a U.S.A TV network through satellite
   when he found out that the interview would be cut to show people from
   Spain mourning the death of Franco (the dictator).

 o David was supposed to appear on The Muppet Show, but he didn't eventaully.

 o Bowie once described himself as a Xerox Machine.



2.3  Misc., gossip, what other people have to say about the man

 o David's Height: 5' 10"

 o David played in many movies:
   The Man Who Fell To Earth, Labyrinth, Absolute Beginners, Twin Peaks: Fire
   Walk With Me, The Last Temptation of Christ, The Hunger, Into The Night
   (with Michelle Pfeiffer), Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (considered by most
   people to be Bowie's best film), The Linguini Incident!, Just A Gigolo
   (with Marlene Dietrich), and in Yellowbeard (with appearances of the
   Pythons Graham Chapman, John Cleese, and Eric Idle).
   He played in The Elephant Man in the theatre.
   He played in Baal, a musical that was recorded in a studio by the BBC.
   The songs from the play were released on an album more orchestrated than
   the version actually in the play, which were just sung by Bowie
   accompanying himself with a banjo-type instrument.

 o In Bowie's videos Boys Keep Swinging, China Girl, and Fame '90 he smears
   his lipstick. The smearing of lipstick is done by drag acts at the end of
   a performance. Bowie saw a few of these while in Berlin when he was mixing
   with the Transvestites. He mentioned the source of this once in an
   interview about the time of Boys Keep Swinging.

 o The song Bowie likes the most from his large repertoire is "Heroes". He
   recorded the song in many versions - English, French, German, and live.

 o Bowie claims he goes to sleep at 22:30 and gets up at 6:30.

 o Bowie draws, paints, sculpts, and writes in his spare time. He also does
   computer generated pictures, by feeding charcoal drawings through them.

 o He has a collection of rare german wood cuttings.

 o Paulina Poritzkova (a famous supermodel and an actress) defined the
   perfect man as a combination of Mr. Spock (from Star-Trek), David Bowie,
   Jesus, and Chopin.

 o Bowie was once chosen to be the worst dressed woman in America.

 o Bowie sometimes disguised himself using a hat, dark glasses and a fake
   moustache when he went out.

 o His ex-wife, Angie wrote a book on their life together called Free
   Spirit. She also wrote Backstage Passes, which Bowie claims is just
   Free Spirit with the addition of the Dave-slept-with-Mick-Jagger story.

 o Many artist have recorded cover-versions for his songs:
   ([] - released as)
   1984                          Tina Turner
   After All                     Human Drama
   Aladdin Sane                  EBN (Homicidal Schizophrenic), [A Lad Insane]
   All The Young Dudes           Angel
                                 Adam Bomb
                                 Bruce Dickinson
                          Casino Steel/Carlene Carter/Claudia Scott/John Payne
                                 Chanter Sisters
                                 Ian Hunter
                                 Mott The Hoople
                                 Mott The Hoople (live)
                                 Skids
                                 The Damned
   Andy Warhol                   Dana Gillespie
                                 Hitchcock's Scream
                                 Zzzang Tumb
                                 Stone Temple Pilots
                                 Stone Temple Pilots (live)
   Ashes To Ashes                Happy Rhodes
                                 Tears For Fears
   Backed A Loser                Dana Gillespie
   Black Country Rock        T. Tex Edwards and the Swingin' Cornflake Killers
   Boys Keep Swinging            Associates
                                 Susanna Hoffs
                                 The Gay Sportscasters
                                 Shihad
   Candidate                     Dramarama
   Can't Help Thinking About Me  The Great Imposters
                                 Davy Jones' Mannish Ideals
                                 Purple Hearts
   Cat People (Putting Out Fire) Tina Turner
   Cracked Actor                 Duff McKagan
   Diamond Dogs                  Dramarama
                                 Duran Duran
                                 Blind Willie's Johnson
   Do Anything You Say           The Great Imposters
   Drive-in Saturday             The Diamonds
   Everything Is You             Beatstalkers
   Fame                          Duran Duran
                                 Feelies
                                 George Michael (live)
                                 Infectious Grooves
                                 Love and Money
                                 Vanilla Ice
                                 FuckEmos
   Fascination                   Fat Larry's Band
   Five Years                    Fish
                                 The Outcasts
   Funky Music (Fascination)     Luther Vandross
   Funtime                       Bebe Buell
   Funtime                       Peter Murphy
                                 R.E.M.
                                 Boy George
                                 The Cars
   Girls                         Tina Turner
   Golden Years                  Loose Ends
                                Amberjack Rice, Walter Traggert & Breakfastime
   Growing Up And I'm Fine       Mick Ronson
   Gunman                        Adrian Belew
   Hang On To Yourself           Arnold Corns (Bowie)
                                 Contraband
                                 The Pocket FishRMen
   Heroes                        Big Ben Tribe
                                 Blondie (live with R.Fripp)
                                 Nico (live)
                                 Nico
                                 Strange Boutique
                                 The County Lines
                                 Billy Preston
                                 Big Drag
   Hey Ma Get Papa               Mick Ronson
   Holy Holy                     Shadow Project
   I Am A Laser                  Ava Cherry and the Astronettes
   I Am Divine                   Ava Cherry and the Astronettes
   I Dig Everything              The Great Imposters [I Dig Anything]
   I'm Not Losing Sleep          The Great Imposters
   In The Heat of the Morning    Dan Tillberg [Innan morgonen nalkas]
   Jean Genie                    The Diamonds
                                 The Psycho Timebombs
                                 Van Halen
   John I'm Only Dancing         Polecats
                                 The Chameleons
                                 The Hormones
   Lady Grinning Soul            Ulf Lundell [Elden]
   Laughing Gnome                Ronnie Hilton
   Let's Dance                   Kex
                                 Les Dantz & His Orchestra [Louie Louie]
   Let's Dance                   Tina Turner
   Let Me Sleep Beside You       Siren Song
   Life On Mars?                 Annifrid Lyngstad  [Liv pa Mars?]
                                 Barbra Streisand
                                 London Symphony Orchestra
                                 Manhattan Transfer
                                 The Diamonds
                                 The King Singers
                                 Wall Street Crash
   Love Always                   Dee Dee
   Lust For Life                 Bad Livers
   Madman                        Blue For Two
                                 Cuddly Toys
   Man Who Sold The World        Dinosaur Junior
                                 Here and Now
                                 Lulu
                                 Midge Ure
                                 Nirvana
                                 Nirvana ("electric" version)
                                 Richard Barone
   Moonage Daydream              Arnold Corns (Bowie)
                                 10,000 Maniacs
                                 Racer X
                                 Sass Jordan
   Music Is Lethal (Eng. Lyrics) Mick Ronson
   Nightclubbing                 Grace Jones
                                 Human League
   Oh! You Pretty Things         Peter Noone
   Over The Wall We Go           Ivor Bird
                                 Oscar
   Panic In Detroit              Christian Death
                                 Shadow Project
                                 The Psyclones
   People From Bad Homes         Ava Cherry and the Astronettes
   Prettiest Star                Jonathan Kay
                                 Simon Turner
   Pretty Pink Rose              Adrian Belew
   Queen Bitch                   Eater
                                 Green River
                                 Se
   Quicksand                     Dinosaur Jr.
                                 Les Zazous
   Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola    Computers
   Rebel Rebel                   Bay City Rollers
                                 Donna Destri
                                 Double You
                                 Duran Duran
                                 The Great Imposters
                                 Joan Jett
                                 International Chrysis
                                 Legion of Dynamic Diskord
                                 Magnus Uggla
                                 Rick Derringer
                                 Rickie Lee Jones
                                 Shawn Cassidy
                                 The Diamonds
                                 Niels [Punkjavel]
                                 Sigue Sigue Sputnick
                                 DNA [Rebel Woman]
                                 Lyn Tod
                                 Van Halen
                                 Bryan Adams
                                 Slant 6
                                 Lithium X-Mas [Rebel Skeletal]
   Repetition                    Au Pairs
                                 Au Pairs (live version)
   Revolutionary Song            The Rebels (Bowie)
   Right On Mother               Peter Noone
   Rock 'n Roll Suicide          Tina Turner
   Saviour Machine               Redd Kross
                                 Vice Squad
   Secret Life of Arabia         Billy Mackenzie
                                 Nina Hagen
   She Shook Me Cold             Pain Teens
   Silly Boy Blue                Billy Fury
   Silver Tree Top School For Boys | Beatstalkers
                                 Slender Plenty
   Some Are                      Philip Glass
   Soul Love                     Marti Jones
                                 Mick Ronson [Stone Love]
   Sound & Vision                808 State
   Space Oddity                  Flying Pickets
                                 Jonathan King
                                 Rudy Grant
                                 Saigon Kick
                                 Vienna Symphonic Orchestra
   Speed of Life                 ST-37
   Starman                       10,000 Maniacs
                                 Happy Rhodes
                                 Loopside
                                 The Diamonds
   Subterraneans                 Philip Glass
   Success                       Duran Duran
                                 Duran Duran (live version)
   Suffragette City              Big Audio Dynamite
                                 Frankie Goes To Hollywood
                                 Hazel O'Connor
                                 Himuro Kyosuke
                                 Steve Jones
                                 Rose of Victory
                                 Toni Basil
                                 Andy Taylor
                                 L.A. Guns
                                 V.O.A.
                                 Wounded Turkey
   Supermen                      Doctor Mix And The Remix
                                 Micky Faust
   TVC15                         Comateens
                                 Duran Duran
                                 The Wannabes
   Take My Tip                   Kenny Miller
   Things To Do                  Ava Cherry and the Astronettes
   Time                          Hazel O'Connor
   Tonight                       Tina Turner
   Under Pressure                Queen (with Bowie)
                                 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
                                 Vanilla Ice [Ice Ice Baby]
                                 Annie Lennox (with Bowie)
   Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed | The Bare-Ass Minimums
   Wagon Wheel                   Lou Reed
   Warszawa                      Philip Glass
   Watch That Man                Lulu
   We Are The Dead               Duran Duran (unreleased)
   What In The World             Gary Jones
   When I'm Five                 Beatstalkers
   When You Rock and Roll With Me | Donovan
   Yassasin                      Litfiba
   Young Americans               The Cure
   Ziggy Stardust                Bauhaus
                                 Exploding Boy
                                 Nina Hagen
                                 Hootie and the Blowfish

   and I guess that some others :-)

   In addition, several other performers like to include Bowie songs in their
   shows. For example, Phish played covers of The Man Who Sold The World and
   Life On Mars.

 o On many of the old vinyls 'strange' notes are printed. Some examples:
   Scary Monsters: A-side: 'I can't think...'; B-side: '..of anything'.
   Lodger: 'Nonsense is better than none at all'.
   Boys Keep Swinging (single): A-side: 'Your Bicameral Mind'; B-side: 'Mind
   Your Bicameral'.
   John I'm Only Dancing Again (single): A-side: 'At Last...'; B-side: 'Shape
   Of Things...'.

 o Bauhaus members are Bowie fans. They covered Ziggy Stardust in the
   late seventies. Peter Murphy, the lead singer, often quotes Bowie lyrics.
   He's quoted Pretty Things, Lady Stardust and other songs. He used to walk
   around school dressed as Ziggy. Side note: The song Bela Lugosi's Dead that
   was written by Bauhaus in 1979 was included on the soundtrack of Hunger, in
   which Bowie plays the main character.

 o Zowie, his son, changed his name to Joe. He hated his old name.

 o Zowie (Joe), his son, now goes by Duncan Jones. He's just finished his
   doctorate in Philosophy. (graduated from the College of Wooster, in
   Wooster, Ohio).
   There's a photo of Bowie at his son's graduation. Bowie was with his son
   who was wearing his cap. He was looking on while smoking a cigarette. He
   said he was quite proud.

 o Bowie said that his son is good at math.

 o Talking about his son, in an interview, Bowie once said, 'I wanted to know
   what he was doing up in his room for so long ... I know what *I* used to do
   [laughs]'.

 o Bowie's fortune is estimated in 20 million dollars.

 o There's a band called Panic in Detroit that performs Bowie's material
   from Space Oddity to Scary Monsters. Each Panic in Detroit show focuses
   on a different Bowie era.

 o Yes, David still smokes.

 o David DID NOT try to imitate Iggy Pop, never (as opposed to what many
   people think).

 o Someone posted something that he heard somewhere that Bowie met Jim
   Morrison around '70-'71 someplace, and that Mick Jagger introduced them.
   There were some responses, all saying they haven't heard about it, they
   are not sure, but it doesn't sound right.

 o David Gahan, Depeche Mode's lead singer is known to be a Bowie fan. When
   the other group members tested him in the very beginning, he sang "Heroes".

 o Trent Reznor is a big fan of Scary Monsters.

 o 'I wish David Bowie was killed by a car accident right after he finished
   making Low' - Morrissey.

 o In a radio show (XFM radio station), Robert Smith (The Cure lead singer)
   and Bowie interviewed each other. Robert said that he listens to The
   Buddha Of Suburbia.

 o There's a reference to Bowie's song Life On Mars? (from Hunky Dory) in
   Bush's song Everything Zen: 'Mickey Mouse has grown up a cow, Dave's on
   sale again'.

 o Madonna said that Bowie was the man who most inspired her with his
   superstar blend of androgyny and perversity. She also said he was the man
   who made her what she is today. She called him 'a beautiful androgynous
   man'.

 o Oasis refused to be the warm-up band for Bowie's Outside tour.

 o Bowie, as a christmas present for his friends made a CD, titled All Saints.
   Only about 1,000 copies were made.

 o Bowie is not a U.S. citizen.



2.4  Bowie quotes

 o 'I'd done a lot of pills ever since I was a kid. Thirteen or fourteen...
   But the first time I got stoned on grass was with John Paul Jones of Led
   Zeppelin many, many years ago...I had done cocaine before but never grass'
   (1972).

 o 'I never wanted to be a Rock 'n Roll star' (1974, quote from the film
   'Cracked Actor')
   He indeed, initially, didn't want to become a rock star. He wanted to be an
   artist, and he was in art school for that reason.

 o 'My brother Terry's in an asylum right now. I'd like to believe that the
   insanity is because our family is all genius, but I'm afraid that's not
   true. Some of them - a good many - are just nobodies. I'm quite fond of the
   insanity actually. It's a nice thing to throw out at parties, don't you
   think? Everybody find empathy in a nutty family. Everybody says, "Oh, yes,
   my family is quite mad". Mine really is. No fucking about, boy. Most of
   them are nutty-in, just out of or going into an institution. Or dead'
   (1976).

 o 'Yeah, I'm not into love songs, I wouldn't write one' (1984, in a Rolling
   Stone interview).

 o 'This is the first chance I've had to play much of the later '70's
   material I did with Eno, including the Scary Monsters tracks' (1987,
   Entertainment Tonight, Bowie in Giant's Stadium).
   This is weird. He had the chances in his 1978 and 1983 tours.

 o 'The performer is simply a product of the public's imagination. We're just
   a reflection of what the people want'.

 o In response to the question 'Do you think there are any movies that have
   really captured rock 'n roll on film?' on a Rolling Stone interview, 1986:
   'I think probably Sid & Nancy, in a strangely macabre way. I thought the
   characterizations of some of the people around Sid were awful. I though
   Iggy was ridiculous. It was incredible. The guy was like Neil Diamond or
   something. And Johnny Rotten was terrible. But Gary Oldman was good as Sid.
   I only met Sid twice, I think'

 o Snippets from the Prodigy(R) Interactive Personal Service session with
   Bowie, 1995.
   The transcript is available at Kenter's pages, see section 5.3 for details.

   'I wouldn't give up any one aspect of what I do. One isn't more important
   than the others, I find them all reciprocating mediums, they give and get
   from each other in very different ways. I've always sort of sketched,
   especially in and around any period when I was working on an album. It's
   just that it's intensified to the point where during the last recording I
   literally took stuff into the studio; we had canvasses and sketchboards
   and charcoal all over the place. It's a great process for thinking'.

   'I've been doing computer prints for the past two years. It's not as spacey
   and cosmic as a lot of computer art tends to look, I keep it very organic.
   It resembles more multi-media collage work than anything else, I guess.
   There are a lot of wonderful young painters in England now, and I did a
   20,000 word interview with the painter Balthus for Modern Painters
   magazine and the Sunday Telegraph in England. We became firm friends, and
   he's lovely, absolutely delightful'.

   'I wouldn't think of trying to present any of my new songs theatrically
   until we put it in a context that makes sense, and they'd be augmented with
   things I've never allowed myself to play onstage, like Teenage Wildlife,
   which I've always wanted to do. We're putting lists of songs together now,
   but I won't do any of the songs I did on the Sound & Vision tour which
   really make up the crop if what's called the hit things. You can hear those
   on the album, not live'

   'My career was more about style, I think. I had a particular style, but I
   was never very aware that my style was necessarily anybody else's,
   especially in America, because it seemed fairly foreign to the American
   sensibility, the way I tried to do things. It was kind of Eurocentric, to
   say the least'.

   'I like Tricky, I like PJ Harvey a lot, I think she's fabulous. The best
   album that came out this year in terms of being an adventurous album was
   Scott Walker's Tilt which of course died after about a week. It was bought
   by three people, me being one of them, and was absolutely an extraordinary
   piece of work. I do keep up with all the new music, and it's very easy to
   do because so much of it is muck'.

   'I certainly think I made some of my best records with Brian Eno, who has
   just produced my new one. Low, "Heroes" and Lodger, those three are almost
   bookends with Scary Monsters, which I also think is a great album'.

   Talking about Kurt Cobain:
   'I didn't meet him, but I was flattered that he liked my stuff. I hadn't
   been aware that there had been much of an influence of my particular music
   on the newer generation of bands. When it became apparent, like Trent
   Reznor talking about the Low album and the Smashing Pumpkins saying
   something or other, it started to dawn on me that the cycle had come
   around'.

   And also:
   'I was flattered that he liked my work; I don't think I can add anything to
   the wealth of material that's been written about all that. I like Courtney
   Love very much, I thought she was a very nice girl'.

   'I have been doing quite a bit of journalism these days, for the Sunday
   Telegraph in England and for Modern Painters magazine. I did a piece on the
   Johannesburg Biennale and a long interview with the painter Balthus'.

   'I've always had the best collaborations with people who are almost at the
   opposite end of the spectrum to me. Brian Eno, for example, he takes pieces
   of low art and elevates them to high art, and I do exactly the opposite, I
   take pieces of high art and demean them to low vulgarity, which is why we
   work so well together. Carlos Alomar, also, for example. We're very
   different people, but working with him I find is a wonderful experience
   because he comes from the letter Z, and I come from A, and we meet
   somewhere in the middle of the alphabet'.

   'The most recent book I read was the biography of an obscure English
   painter named Christopher Wood. It wouldn't mean anything to anybody else,
   probably'.

   Talking about his best songs/albums:
   'I can't remember individual tracks, it all becomes a blur, but I Am A
   DJ ... the Lodger album, the Scary Monsters album, and Low and "Heroes",
   which I did with Brian Eno'.

 o Bowie defined himself (relating to his work as a painter):
   'a populist of mediocre art', and a 'post-modern Buddhist surfing on the
   chaos of a dying 20th century'.

 o About his material from the Outside sessions:
   'Some of it I'd like to put out as a companion piece to Outside, a sort
   of archival, limited-edition album. I really want to get back in the studio
   and start recording again. As much as I dearly love this new album, my
   attention span...it's like I've done it. Once I've done it, I don't care to
   sit around for hour after hour listening to the end result. It's like, I've
   heard it a couple of times, yes I get it, very good, let's go onto
   something else now. There's all kind of other novel ideas I've had that I'd
   like to indulge in. I wouldn't mind producing someone else for a change. I
   haven't done that in a long time'.

 o About his plans for the next years:
   'Our over-riding ambition is to keep working. I'm not sure whether it'll be
   an annual event, but during the course of the next five years, up until
   1999, we want to make a cycle of records which use Adler and his world as
   a framework for really writing a musical diary of the last five years of
   the '90's and indeed of this millenium. It's quite an adventurous thing to
   do. I don't think anyone's done it in music before'.

 o About his planes for theatrical production of his Adler albums:
   '...The basic idea is that once you have four or five albums you will sort
   of be able to map your own way through and invent a story of your own.
   There are complications and plenty of ifs and alternative ways of thinking
   about it. I want it to be eight hours long and for everybody to bring their
   sandwiches'.

 o Snippets from the AOL first interview, 1995. The whole interview can be
   found on Kenter's pages. See section 5.3 for details.

   About the BowieEno CD-ROM:
   'It's particularly complex as it's extremely revolutionary hopefully in its
   inception and has all the inherent problems that pertain to this kind
   of creative situation'.

   'The BowieEno CD-ROM contains music specifically written for this medium'.

   'Videos long ago ceased to hold any interest at all for me. CD-ROMs at the
   moment in the main seem to be little more than catalogue devices and have
   quickly become boring. The potential is huge, but inventive manipulation is
   absolutely essential if it is not to become the quad of the end of the
   millennium'.

   'I'm trying to build a stronger interrelationship between music, theatre,
   the plastic arts like painting and stuff, and CD-ROMs themselves. It's a
   bit like spinning plates with food on them!'

   'I've decided that this  is the only way to do
    interviews/correspondence. I shall now only be available on this medium'.

   About the spiritual side of his music:
   '...A very early example, I suppose, is Space Oddity. A more obvious
   example would be Word On A Wing, ... More recently, the underlying thread
   of Black Tie White Noise tried to unify a sort of passion and the spiritual
   font from which it flowed: the wedding thing. I find in my very present
   work a more anxious cloud is appearing on the horizon. Golly!'.

   About his collaborations:
   'It's always something that I've found to be one of the most fulfilling
   situations to be in. There's nothing more exciting than bouncing ideas off
   the head that contains half a mind. As long as one's self has the other
   half, a good idea can often unite said brain'.

   'He  and Beck in fact are two of the more interesting artists
    working at the moment'.


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Subject: DISCOGRAPHY: 12"
From: k21721@kyyppari.hkkk.fi (Jarkko Orjatsalo)
Date: 14 Jul 1996 13:02:50 GMT

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David Bowie Discography. 12". July 1996
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TITLE (in alphabetical order)
   Song list
	Catal.numb.	company,country		release date

	(?) denotes a missing variable
	all records below a songlist contain same songs
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ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
	VS 838-12 DJ	Virgin UK	   	1986 	Promo
	 		
   (full lenght version) // (dub mix)
	602205-213	Virgin Germany      Mar 1986	
	VS 838-12 	Virgin UK           Mar 1986
	VSG 838-12 	Virgin UK  	   	1986	G/F
	MXSVIRG 18014	Virgin Yugoslavia	1986

ALABAMA SONG
   Alabama Song / Space Oddity / Amsterdam
	PC 9854		RCA Germany         Jul 1982
   	 
ASHES TO ASHES
   Ashes to Ashes // Alabama Song
	PC 9631		RCA Germany        	1980

BABY UNIVERSAL
   Baby Universal / A Big Hurt (live BBC) / Baby Universal (live BBC)
	LONX 310	London UK           Oct 1991	with print

BLACK TIE WHITE NOISE
   (Dangers trance mix) / (extended remix) / (DaJazz mix) / (club mix) /
   (dub mix) / (trance mix)
	Black 1		UK			1993	Promo

   (supa pump mix) / (Digi Flunky's lush mix) / (trance mix) / (extended
   urban remix)
			US			1993	Promo

   (extended remix) / (trance mix) / (album version) // (club mix) / (extended
   urban remix)
	74321 14868 1	Savage Holland      Jun 1993

BLUE JEAN
   (ext. dance mix) // Dancing With the Big Boys (ext. dance mix) / Dancing
   With the Big Boys (ext. dub mix)
	2003336		EMI Germany         Sep 1984
	12 EA 181	EMI UK 	            Sep 1984

CAT PEOPLE
   Cat People // Cat People
	L33-1759 	Backstreet US 	   	1982	Promo
	
   Cat People // Paul's Theme	 
	???		Backstreet Germany 	1982
	MCAT 770  	Backstreet UK       Apr 1982
	MCAT 770 	Backstreet UK       Nov 1982

CHINA GIRL
   China Girl // Shake It (remix)
	186689		EMI Holland         May 1983
	12 EA 157	EMI UK 	            May 1983

DANCING IN THE STREET
   (Bowie with Mick Jagger)
	SPRO 9476	EMI US  	   	1985	Promo
	
   (Steve Thompson mix) // (dub version) / (edit)
	2007886		EMI Holland         Aug	1985
	12 EA 204	EMI UK              Aug	1985

DAVID BOWIE MEGAMIX (?)
	DMC 8811	???		   	19??


DAY-IN DAY-OUT
	951036		EMI Brazil	   	1987	Promo

   (single version) // (single version)
	SPRO 9985	EMI US  	   	1987	Promo
 

   (ext. dance mix) // (ext. dub mix) / Julie
	2017156		EMI Holland         Mar	1987
	12 EA 230	EMI UK 	            Mar	1987
	V 19234		EMI US 	            Mar	1987

   (remix) // (ext. dub mix) / Julie
	2018156		EMI Germany         Apr 1987
	12 EAX 230	EMI UK 	            Apr 1987	Black sleeve w/sticker

DO THEY KNOW IT'S CHRISTMAS
   (remixed by Trevor Horn) // (standard mix) / Feed the World
   (Bowie only on Feed the World)
	880 502-1	Mercury Holland    	1984		

FAME 90	
	???		EMI Spain	   	1990	Promo	
	12 FAME DJ 90	EMI UK 		   	1990	Promo
	12 FAMES 90	EMI UK 		   	1990	Ltd.Ed.

   (house mix) / (hip hop mix) / Queen Latifah's rap version) / (bonus beats
   instrumental) / (Acapulco rap)
	SPRO 4547	EMI US 		   	1990	Promo

   (house mix) // (hip hop mix) / (Gass mix)
	2038056		EMI Holland         Mar 1990
	12 FAME 90 	EMI UK 	            Mar	1990
	12 FAME 90	EMI UK	            Apr	1990	Black sl.w/sticker
	12 FAME D 90 A	EMI UK 		   	1990	Promo
	
   (with Queen Latifah) / (house mix) / (Gass mix) // (hip hop mix) / 
   (absolutely nothing premeditated/epic mix)
	V-56163		US 		   	1990

FASHION
   (single version) // (album version)
	JD 12140	US 		   	1980	Promo
	
   Fashion // Scream Like a Baby
	BOW T 7		RCA UK 	            Oct	1980

HEAVEN'S IN HERE
   (lp version) // (edited version)
	SPRO 4374	EMI US 	 	   	1989	Promo

HEROES
	???		RCA Australia 	   	19??
	???		RCA Spain  	   	19??	10"
	PC 1121		RCA Spain          	1977

   (german) // (french)
	PC 9821		RCA Germany 	   	1977

JOHN I'M ONLY DANCING
   (again) (1975) // (1972)
	BOW 12-4	RCA UK 	            Dec	1979 	Ltd.Ed. 50.000 

   (again) (1975) // Golden Years
	PD 11886	RCA US 	            Dec	1979

JUMP THEY SAY
   (Brothers in Rhythm mix) // (Brothers in Rhythm instrumental)
	B.I.R 1		Savage UK           Mar	1993	Promo

   (Leftfield 12" vocal) / (instrumental) // (hard hands mix) / (dub oddity 
   mix)
	LEFT 1		Savage UK           Mar	1993	Promo

   (club hart remix) / (JAE-E remix) / (JAE-E dub) // (Leftfield remix) / (dub
   oddity mix) / Pallas Athena (don't stop praying mix)
	74321 13696 1	BMG Holland         Mar 1993

   (hard hands mix) / (full album version) // (Leftfield 12" vocal) / (dub
   oddity mix)
	74321 13932 1	BMG UK	            Mar	1993
	
   (dub oddity mix) / (club hart remix) / (JAE-E dub) / (remix)
	SADJ 50039	US			1993	Promo

LET'S DANCE
   Let's Dance (long version)
	SPRO 9904	EMI US Promo 	   	1983

   Let's Dance // Cat People
	86660		EMI Germany         Mar	1983
	12 EA 152	EMI UK 	            Mar	1983
	7805		EMI US	            Mar	1983

LONDON BOYS
   London Boys / Love You till Tuesday // The Laughing Gnome / Maid of Bond
   Street
	TOF 105		Castle UK           Aug	1986	Ltd.Ed 7.500 

LOVING THE ALIEN
   (extended dance mix) // Don't Look Down (extended dance mix) / Loving the 
   Alien (extended dub mix)
	12 EA 195	EMI UK 	            May	1985	G/F with poster
	12 EA 195	EMI UK	            May	1985	G/F
	12 EAP 195	EMI UK 	            Jun 1985	Pic disc
	
MAGIC DANCE
	ED 224		Australia 	   	1987
			Canada
	
   (dance mix) // (dub mix) / Within You	
	V-19217		US                  Jan 1987

MAGGIE'S FARM
	see "TIN MACHINE"

MAJOR TOM 1969-1980
   Space Oddity / Ashes to Ashes
	PASH 2989	Israel		   	198?	Ltd.Ed.250 Promo

MAN IN THE MIDDLE	
   Man in the Middle // Looking For a Friend / Hang Onto Yourself
   (Arnold Corns versions)
	PAST 2		KrazyKat Norway     May	1985

MIRACLE GOODNIGHT
   4 trk
	MG 1		BMG UK	           	1993	Promo

   (blunted 2) / (make believe mix) // (12" 2 chord philly mix) /
   (dance dub)
	74321 16226 1	BMG UK	            Oct	1993

MODERN LOVE
   Modern Love // Modern Love (live)
	12 EA 158	EMI UK 	            Sep 1983	some with poster

NEVER LET ME DOWN
	9951052		EMI Brazil 	   	1987 Promo

   (album version) // (album version)
	SPRO 79090	EMI US 		   	1987 Promo

   (ext. dance mix) // '87 and Cry (edit) / Never Let Me Down (dub) / Never
   Let Me Down (acapella)
	2020306		EMI Holland         Aug 1987 
	12 EA 239	EMI UK 	            Aug 1987

PALLAS ATHENA
	???		US		   	1993	Promo

PAUL'S THEME (?)
   Paul's Theme // Cat People
	MCAT 770	MCA UK 	            Jul	1982
	
PEACE ON EARTH
   Peace on Earth / Little Drummer Boy / Fantastic Voyage
	BOW T12		RCA UK 	            Nov 1982

PETER AND THE WOLF
	???		RCA US 		   	1978	Promo 1-side

PRESS CONFERENCE (1987) (GLASS SPIDER)
	???		??? 		   	198?	Pic disc

PRESS CONFERENCE LA ROXY 1990
	???		???		   	1990	Red disc,Ltd.Ed.500

PRETTY PINK ROSE
   (lp version) // Heartbeat / Oh Daddy
   (Bowie and Adrian Belew on lp version, other tracks Belew alone) 
	A 7904 T	Atlantic            May 1990

PRISONER OF LOVE
	???		EMI US 		   	1989	Promo

   (lp version) / Baby Can Dance (live) / Crack City (live)
	12 MT 76	EMI UK              Oct 1989 

REAL COOL WORLD
   (12" club mix) / (cool dub thing #2) // (cool dub thing #1) / (cool dub
   overture)
	WO 127 T	Warner Bros Germany	1992
	940575-0	Warner Bros US     	1992

SCARY MONSTERS
   Scary Monsters // Because You're Young
	PC 9657		RCA Germany         Jan 1981
	
SOUND + VISION
   (808 giftmix) / (808 'lectric blue remix) // (David Richards remix 1991) /
   (original version)
	(808 state vs Bowie Remixes)
	TB 510		Tommy Boy/RYKO US  	1991 

SPACE ODDITY
   'The Continuing Story of Major Tom':
   Space Oddity (original version) / Ashes to Ashes (edited version)
	DJL 1-3795	RCA US              Aug 1980	Promo

STAR 
   Star // What in the World / Breaking Glass
	DJL 1-3255	RCA US		    Nov	1978	white disc, promo

THE HEARTS FILTHY LESSON
   (alt mix) / (bowie mix) // (rubber mix) / (simple text mix) / (filthy mix)
	743213 139012	BMG UK			1995	pic disc
			BMG UK			1995

   (alt mix)
	OUT1		BMG UK		        1995	1-side Promo

   (simple text mix) / (filthy mix) / (rubber mix)
	OUT2		BMG UK			1995	Promo

THIS IS NOT AMERICA
   (Bowie with Pat Metheny group)
   This Is Not America // (instrumental)
	2004826		EMI Germany         Jan 1985
	12 EA 190	EMI UK 	            Jan	1985
	12 EA 190 	EMI UK              Jan 1985	Black sleeve

TIN MACHINE
   Tin Machine // Maggie's Farm (live) / I Can't Read (live)
	12 MTP 73	EMI UK 	            Aug 1989	Ltd.Ed. poster sleeve 
	
TIME WILL CRAWL
	???		US 	 	   	1987	Promo

   4 trk
	V 19247		US			1987

   (ext. dance mix) // (lp version) / Girls (ext. edit)
	2018836		EMI Holland         Jun 1987
	12 EA 237	EMI UK              Jun	1987
	
   (dance crew mix) // (dub) / Girls (Japanese version)
	12 EAX 237	EMI UK	            Jun	1987	(deleted after 5 days)

TONIGHT
   (vocal dance mix) // Tumble and Twirl (ext. dance mix) / Tonight (dub mix)
   (Bowie with Tina Turner on 'Tonight', 'Tumble and Twirl' Bowie alone)
	2004576		EMI Holland         Nov 1984
	12 EA 187	EMI UK              Nov	1984
	SPRO 9295	EMI US			1984	Promo

TOO DIZZY
	???		EMI US   	   	19??	Promo

UNDER PRESSURE
   Under Pressure // Soul Brother 
   (Bowie and Queen on 'Under Pressure', 'Soul Brother' Queen alone)
	006-64626	Germany            Nov? 1981
	EMI 5250	EMI UK 	            Oct 1981
	47235		ELETRA US           Oct 1981

UNDER THE GOD
   Under the God // Under the God
	SPRO 4282	EMI US  	   	1989	Promo

   Under the God / Sacrifice Yourself // The Interview (with Scott Muni)
	2034156		EMI Germany         Jun 1989
	10 MT 68	EMI UK 	            Jun 1989	10"
	12 MT 68	EMI UK              Jun 1989

UNDERGROUND
	???		New Zealand 	   	1986	Green disc
	???		New Zealand 	   	1986	Yellow disc
			South Africa			Promo, Pink disc
	
   (ext. dance mix) // (dub) / (instrumental)
	2012886		Holland             Jun 1986
	12 EA 216	UK 	            Jun 1986
	SPRO 9670		US 	 	   	1986	Promo
	
UP THE HILL BACKWARDS
   Up the Hill Backwards // Chrystal Japan
	PD 12249	RCA US		   	1981	with set of stamps

WHEN THE WIND BLOWS
   (ext. mix) // (instrumental)		
	009066		Virgin France       Oct 1986
	608613-213	Virgin Germany      Oct 1986
	VS 906 12	Virgin UK           Oct 1986
	VSDJ 906	Virgin UK		1986	Promo

WILD IS THE WIND
   Wild Is the Wind // Golden Years
	BOW T 10	RCA UK              Nov 1981

YOU BELONG IN ROCK'N' ROLL
   You Belong in Rock'n' Roll // Amlapura
	LONX 305	London UK           Aug	1991	
=========================================================================
                      Sources (copied without permission): 

                         Sheldon Cooper    Ian Davey
                         A.R. Distefano	   Theodore Dreger
                           Sven Gusevik    Scott Hannon
                                    Jay    Jodie
                               B.Larson    The Machman
                                Marlene    Christian Michelsen 
       		     Matthew Muilenburg	   Eric Morel
			        Greg O.    Philip Obbard
		             Ian Rogers    Eric Salo
			   Jim Sheppard    Matthias Stieglitz
		            Una Persson    Eiichi Yoshimura

                          "David Bowie 
          World 7" Records Discography" by Marshall Jarman
                     "Moonage Daydream"	by Dave Thompson
   "'Changes' An Illustrated Biography"	by Stuart Hoggard
	       "David Bowie Black Book"	by Barry Miles
  "David Bowie - An Illustrated Record" by Roy Carr and 
			  		   Charles Shaar Murray
		Record Collector issues 103/116/131/137/153/159/172/185
	                 Goldmine issue 368
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Subject: DISCOGRAPHY: 7"
From: k21721@kyyppari.hkkk.fi (Jarkko Orjatsalo)
Date: 14 Jul 1996 13:02:27 GMT

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David Bowie Discography. 7". July 1996
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TITLE (in alphabetical order)
   song list
	Catal.numb.	company,country		release date

	(?) denotes a missing variable
	all records below a songlist contain same songs
	ps stands for picture sleeve
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1984	
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 10026	RCA US	            Jul	1974	Promo

   1984 // Queen Bitch
	PB 10026	RCA US	            Jul	1974

   1984 // Lady Grinning Soul
	SS-2404		RCA Japan           Oct 1974 ps

   1984 / You Didn't Hear It from Me // Rebel Rebel
	BFC-1/2		Fan club US	   	1974	pic label

   1984 // TVC15
	PB 3769		RCA Germany	   	1984	ps

ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
	???		Virgin New Zealand 	1986
	???		Virgin Japan	   	1986	Promo

   Absolute Beginners // Absolute Beginners (Dub version)
	DM 107937-100	Virgin Germany      Mar 1986	ps
	VS 838		Virgin UK           Mar 1986	ps
	VSS 838		Virgin UK           Mar 1986	Shaped pic

ALABAMA SONG
   Alabama Song // Space Oddity (1979 version)
	PB 9510		RCA France          Feb 1980	ps
	PB 9510		RCA Germany         Feb 1980	ps
	PB 9510		RCA Holland         Feb 1980	ps
	PB 9510		RCA Spain	   	1980	ps
	BOW 5		RCA UK	            Feb 1980	Poster sleeve,
							some w/pink vinyl
	SRCA 89010	RCA Yugoslavia      Feb 1980	ps

ALL THE MADMEN
   (mono) // (stereo)
	DJ 311		Mercury US          Dec 1970	Promo

   All the Madmen // Janine
	73173		Mercury US          Dec 1970 

   All the Madmen // Soul Love
	???		RCA Eastern Europe  Jun 1973

ALL THE YOUNG DUDES
   All the Young Dudes / Cracked Actor // It's Gonna Be Me
   (Live versions 1974)
	BOW 1		???		   	19??	ps,white label

ASHES TO ASHES
   Ashes to Ashes // Move On
 	103671		RCA Australia       Aug 1980	ps
	PB 9575		RCA Belgium         Aug 1980	ps
	101-4106	RCA Brazil          Aug 1980	ps
	PB 9575		RCA France          Aug 1980	ps
	PB 9575		RCA Germany         Aug 1980	ps
	PB 9575		RCA Holland         Aug 1980	ps
	PB 9575		RCA Italy           Aug 1980	ps
	103671		RCA New Zealand     Aug 1980
	PB 9575		RCA Portugal        Aug 1980	ps
	42-1001		RCA South Africa    Aug 1980	
	PB 9575		RCA Spain           Aug 1980	ps
	BOW 6		RCA UK	            Aug 1980	3 different sleeves,
 					each Ltd.Ed of 6000, w/ 4 diff.stamps,
					some discs dark red.

   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 12078	RCA US	            Aug 1980

   Ashes to Ashes // It's No Game
	31039		RCA Chile           Aug 1980
	PB 12078	RCA US	            Aug 1980	ps

   Ashes to Ashes // Fashion
	SSD-3011	RCA Japan           Aug 1980	Promo, ps

BAAL
   Baal's Hymn / Remembering Marie A. // Ballad of the Adventurers / The
   Drowned Girl / The Dirty Song
	BOW 11		RCA UK	            Feb 1982	ps, G/F

BABY UNIVERSAL
   Baby Universal // You Belong in Rock'n' Roll
	LON 310		London UK           Oct 1991

BE MY WIFE
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 11017	RCA US	            Jun 1977	Promo

   Be my Wife // Speed of Life
	102937		RCA Australia       Jun 1977
	PB 1017		RCA Belgium         Jun 1977	ps
	PB 11017	RCA Canada          Jun 1977
	PB 1017		RCA France          Jun 1977	ps
	PB 1017		RCA Germany         Jun 1977	ps
	PB 1017		RCA Holland         Jun 1977	ps
	SS-3104		RCA Japan           Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1017		RCA Portugal        Jun 1977	ps
	PB 1017		RCA Spain           Jun 1977	ps
	PB 1017		RCA UK	            Jun 1977
	BOW 511		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	PB 11017	RCA US	            Jun 1977

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
   (mono) // (stereo)
 	JH 11190	RCA US	            Jan 1978	Promo


   Beauty and the Beast // Sense of Doubt
	103071		RCA Australia       Jan 1978
	PB 1190		RCA Belgium         Jan 1978	ps
	PB 11190	RCA Canada          Jan 1978	
	PB 1190		RCA France          Jan 1978	ps
	PB 1190		RCA Germany         Jan 1978	ps
	PB 1190		RCA Holland         Apr 1978	
	PB 1190		RCA UK	            Jan 1978	ps
	BOW 512		RCA UK	            Jun 1983
	PB 11190	RCA US	            Jan 1978

BLACK TIE WHITE NOISE
   Black Tie White Noise (radio edit) // You've Been Around (Dangers mix)
	74321 139432	BMG UK		   	1993	ps
			BMG Germany		1993

BLUE JEAN
	EYS 17476	Japan		   	1984

   Blue Jean // Dancing With the Big Boys
	2003227		EMI Holland         Sep 1984	ps
	EA 181		EMI UK	            Sep 1984	ps
	B-8231		EMI US		   	1984	ps, blue disc
	BL 8231		EMI US	            Sep 1984

BOMBERS
   Bombers // Eight Line Poem (different mix)
	DJ (?)		RCA US	            Nov 1971	Promo

BOWIE'S GREATEST HITS
   free flexidisc with Record Mirror magazine
   Knock on Wood / Space Oddity / The Man Who Sold The World / Life on Mars? /
   Starman / The Jean Genie / Sorrow / Diamond Dogs
	LYN 2929	Lyntone UK          Sep 1974

BOYS KEEP SWINGING
	PL 13254	Spain	            Apr 1979 Pic disc, Promo

   Boys Keep Swinging // Fantastic Voyage
	103371		RCA Australia       Apr 1979
	PB 11585	RCA Canada          Apr 1979
	PB 1585		RCA France          May 1979
	PB 1585		RCA Germany         Apr 1979	ps
	PB 1585		RCA Holland         May 1979	ps
	PB 1585		RCA Italy           Apr 1979	ps
	SS-3215		RCA Japan           Jul 1979	ps
	103371		RCA New Zealand     Apr 1979
	PB 1585		RCA Portugal        Apr 1979	ps
	42-921		RCA South Africa    Apr 1979	
	PB 1585		RCA Spain           Apr 1979	ps
	BOW 2		RCA UK	            Apr 1979	ps
	PB 11585	RCA US	            Apr 1979

BREAKING GLASS
   Breaking Glass // Art Decade / Ziggy Stardust	
   (Live versions from "STAGE")
	PB 9337		RCA Belgium         Nov 1978	ps
	PB 9337		RCA France          Nov 1978
	PB 9337		RCA Holland         Nov 1978	ps, Blue disc
	PB 9337		RCA Spain           Nov 1978
	BOW 1		RCA UK	            Nov 1978	ps
	BOW 520		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	
   Breaking Glass (2:47 version) // Art Decade
	103295		RCA Australia       Nov 1978

CAN'T HELP THINKING ABOUT ME
   Can't Help Thinking About Me // And I Say to Myself
	7N17020		PYE UK	            Jan 1966
	WB 5815		Warner US           Mar 1966	

   Can't Help Thinking About Me // I Dig Everything
	11603 		PYE Spain           Sep 1972	ps

   Can't Help Thinking About Me // I'm Not Losing Sleep
	UP-408-Y	PYE Japan           Oct 1972	ps

   Can't Help Thinking About Me // Do Anything You Say
	7N8002		PYE Canada          Jun 1978

CAT PEOPLE
	???		US		   	1982	Pic disc

   Cat People // Paul's Theme
   (Bowie only on 'Cat People')
	104102		MCA France	   	1982
	104102		MCA Germany	   	1982
	???		Japan		   	1982
	MCA 770		MCA UK	            Apr 1982	ps
	MCA 770		MCA UK              Nov 1982
	MCA 52024	MCA US              Apr 1982	ps

CHANGES
   Changes // Andy Warhol
	74-0605		RCA Canada          Dec 1971
	GB 10468	RCA Canada         	1976	reissue
	49861		RCA France          Jan 1972	ps
	74-0605		RCA Germany	   	1972	ps
	SS-2184		RCA Japan           Jun 1972	ps
	74-0605		RCA New Zealand     Jan 1972
	2160		RCA UK	            Jan 1972
	74-0605		RCA US	            Dec 1971
	GB 10468	RCA US	           	1974	reissue

CHINA GIRL
   China Girl // Shake It
	1866877		EMI Holland         May 1983	ps
	EYS 17378	EMI Japan	   	1983
	EA 157		EMI UK	            May 1983	ps
	EAP 157		EMI UK	            May 1983	Pic disc
	B 8165		EMI US	            May 1983

CHRYSTAL JAPAN
   Crystal Japan // Alabama Song	
	SS-3270		RCA Japan           Feb 1980	ps

CRACKED ACTOR
   Cracked Actor // John I'm Only Dancing (sax)
	???		RCA Eastern Europe  Jun	1973

DANCING IN THE STREET
   (Clearmountain mix) // (instrumental)
   (David Bowie with Mick Jagger)
	2007877		EMI Holland         Aug 1985	ps
	EA 204		EMI UK	            Aug 1985	ps

DAY-IN DAY-OUT
	P-B-8380	EMI US		   	1987	Promo
	
   Day-In Day-Out // Julie
	2017137		EMI Germany         Mar 1987	ps
	EA 230		EMI UK	            Mar 1987
	EAX 230		EMI UK	            Apr 1987	Red 
disc,Ltd.Ed.,Numb. 

DIAMOND DOGS
   (mono) // (stereo)
	DJHO 0293	RCA US	            Jun 1974	Promo

   Diamond Dogs // Holy Holy (later version)
	102462		RCA Australia       Jun 1974
	APBO 0293	RCA Canada          Jun 1974
	APBO 0293	RCA France          Jun 1974	ps
	APBO 0293	RCA Germany         Jun 1974	ps
	APBO 0293	RCA Italy           Sep 1974	ps
	SS-2386		RCA Japan           Aug 1974	ps
	APBO 0293 	RCA New Zealand     Jun 1974
	APAO 0293	RCA Portugal        Jun 1974	ps
	APAO 0293 	RCA Portugal	   	197?	ps,reissue
	APBO 0293	RCA Spain           Jun 1974	ps
	APBO 0293	RCA Spain	  	197?	ps,reissue
	APBO 0293	RCA UK	            Jun 1974	some w/dark blue vinyl
	BOW 504		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	APBO 0293	RCA US	            Jun 1974
	SRCA 88765	RCA Yugoslavia     	1974	ps

D.J.	
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 11661	RCA US	            Jun 1979	Promo

   D.J. // Repetition
	103420		RCA Australia       Aug 1979
	PB 9412		RCA France          Jun 1979	ps
	PB 9412		RCA Spain           Jun 1979	ps
	BOW 3		RCA UK	            Jun 1979	ps.,appr.3000 gr.vin.
	BOW 3 		RCA UK	            Jun 1979	First 75.000 
w/col.sl.
  	BOW 516		RCA UK	            Jun 1983

   D.J. // Fantastic Voyage
	101.4096	RCA Brazil          Jun 1979
	PB 11661	RCA Canada          Jun 1979
	PB 11161	RCA US	            Jun 1979

DO ANYTHING YOU SAY
   Do Anything You Say // Good Morning Girl
	7N17079		PYE UK	            Apr 1966
	
   Do Anything You Say / I Dig Everything
	UP-412-Y	PYE Japan	   	1972	ps

   Do Anything You Say / I Dig Everything // Can't Help Thinking About Me /
   I'm Not Losing Sleep
	7NX 8002	PYE New Zealand     Oct 1972
	7NX 8002	PYE UK              Oct 1972	ps
	7NX 8002	PYE UK		   	197?	several reissues

DRIVE IN SATURDAY
   Drive-In Saturday // Round and Round
	41085		RCA France          Apr 1973	ps
	74-16321	RCA Germany         Apr 1973	ps
	46 g 178	RCA Greece          Apr 1973
	74-16231	RCA Holland         Apr 1973	ps
	2352		RCA Italy           Apr 1973	ps
	N-20123		RCA Portugal        Nov 1973	ps
	20123		RCA Portugal	   	197?	ps,reissue
	42-439		RCA South Africa    Apr 1973
	2352		RCA UK	            Apr 1973
	BOW 501		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	SRCA 88668	RCA Yugoslavia      Apr 1973	ps

   Drive-In Saturday // Walk On the Wild Side (by Lou Reed)
	JBN 1680	RCA Italy           Apr 1973	

   Drive-In Saturday // Big Eight (by Judge Dread)
	MUZA S-636	RCA Poland          Apr 1973

FAME
   (long version) // (short version)
	JB 10320	RCA US              Aug 1975

   Fame // Right
	102639		RCA Australia       Aug 1975
	101.4067	RCA Brazil          Aug 1975
	PB 10320	RCA Canada          Aug 1975
	PB 10320	RCA El Salvador     Aug 1975
	PB 10320	RCA France          Aug 1975	ps
	PB 10320	RCA Germany         Oct 1975	ps
	RCS 4001	RCA Greece          Aug 1975	
	SS-2482		RCA Japan           Aug 1975	ps
	SP-4341		RCA Mexico          Aug 1975	ps
	PB 10320	RCA Portugal        Aug 1975	ps
	42-647		RCA South Africa    Aug 1975
	PB 10320	RCA Spain           Aug 1975	ps
	PB 10320	RCA Spain		197?	ps,reissue
	2579		RCA UK	            Aug 1975
	BOW 507		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	PB 10320	RCA US	            Aug 1975
	45.665		RCA Venezuela       Aug 1975

   Fame // Golden Years 
	GB 10938	RCA Canada	   	197?
	OLD-25016	RCA Holland         Nov 1980	ps
	GB 10938	RCA US		   	197?	

   Fame // Space Oddity
	TPBO 7013	RCA Italy           Aug 1975	ps

   Fame
   4 trk.record, Bowie on 'Fame'
	KS 444		Cashbox Thailand    Aug 1975	ps
	TKR 325		Royal sound Thailan     1975
	EXP.113		Express Thailand	1975
	FT.263		Stereo Records Thai	1975

FAME 90	
	???		?		   	1990	Promo, white disc

   (Gass mix) // (Queen Latifah's rap version)
	2038057		EMI Germany         Apr 1990	ps
	FAME 90		EMI UK	            Apr 1990	ps
	FAMES 90	EMI 	            Mar 1990 	Fold out pack w/3 pr.

   (Gass mix) // (Bonus Beat mix)
	FAME PD 90	EMI UK	            Apr 1990	Pic disc w/ins.,Ltd.Ed.
	
FASHION
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 12134	RCA US	            Jan 1981	Promo

   Fashion // Scream Like a Baby
	103709		RCA Australia       Oct 1980
	PB 9622		RCA Belgium         Oct 1980	ps
	PB 2134		RCA France          Oct 1980	ps
	PB 9622		RCA Germany         Oct 1980	ps
	PB 9622		RCA Holland         Oct 1980	ps
	103709		RCA New Zealand     Oct 1980
	42-1025		RCA South Africa    Oct 1980
	PB 2134		RCA Spain           Oct 1980	ps
	BOW 7		RCA UK	            Oct 1980	ps
	PB 12134	RCA US	            Jan 1980	ps

   Fashion // Ashes to Ashes
	S-0065		RCA Argentina       Oct 1980

   Fashion / It's No Game (part 2) // Teenage Wildlife
	JE-12087	RCA US              Aug 1980	Promo, not distrib.

FASHIONS
   Space Oddity // Changes / Velvet Goldmine		BOWP 101
   Life on Mars? // The Man Who Sold the World		BOWP 102
   The Jean Genie // Ziggy Stardust			BOWP 103
   Rebel Rebel // Queen Bitch				BOWP 104
   Sound and Vision // A New Career in a New Town	BOWP 105
   Drive-In Saturday // Round and Round			BOWP 106
   Sorrow // Amsterdam					BOWP 107
   Golden Years // Can You Hear Me			BOWP 108
   Boys Keep Swinging // Fantastic Voyage		BOWP 109
   Ashes to Ashes // Move On				BOWP 110
	BOW 100		RCA UK		   	1982	wallet w/10 pic discs
							Ltd.Ed. 25.000

FROM THE NEW ALBUM "LOW"
   samples: Speed of Life / Breaking Glass / What in the World / Sound and
   Vision / Be My Wife / A New Career in a New Town
	BOW-1E		RCA UK	           	1977	1-side Promo,not distr.
	
GOLDEN YEARS	
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 10441	RCA US	            Nov 1975	Promo

   Golden Years // Can You Hear Me
	102708		RCA Australia       Mar	1976	
	YBPO 415	RCA Belgium         Jan 1976	ps
	PB 10441	RCA Canada          Nov 1975
	PB 10441	RCA France          Nov 1975	ps
	PB 10441	RCA Germany         Jan 1976	ps
	PB 10441	RCA Italy           Nov 1976	ps
	SS-2520		RCA Japan           Jan 1976	ps
	SP 4483		RCA Mexico          Mar 1976	ps
	102708		RCA New Zealand     Mar 1976
	PB 10441	RCA Portugal        Nov 1975	ps
	42-656		RCA South Africa    Nov 1975
	PB 10441	RCA Spain           Nov 1975	ps
	2640		RCA UK              Nov 1975
	BOW 508		RCA UK 	            Jun 1983	ps
	PB 10441	RCA US              Nov 1975

   Golden Years // TVC15
	45-674		RCA Venezuela       Mar 1976

   Golden Years // Tanto (by Patty Pravo)
	TPJB 1206	RCA Italy		1976	Jukebox Promo

   Golden Years // Sound and Vision 
	101.4082	RCA Brazil          Jul 1977	ps

   4 trk.record, Bowie on 'Golden Years'
	TKR 366		Royal sound Thailan Nov 1975	ps
	F.T.294		Stereo records Thai 	1975	ps 

HALLO SPACEBOY
   Hallo Spaceboy / Under Pressure (live)
	74321 353847	BMG UK			1996	pink disc

HANG ONTO YOURSELF
   Hang Onto Yourself // Man in the Middle
   (Arnold Corns versions)
	CB 189		B&C records UK      Aug 1972	
	MOON 25		Mooncrest UK        May 1974

   Hang Onto Yourself // Hang Onto Yourself 
   (Arnold corns version)
	MOON 25		Mooncrest UK        May 1974	Promo

"HEROES"
	???		RCA France	   	19??	Pic disc
	PB 1121		RCA Spain           Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA UK		   	1977	Promo

   (mono) // (stereo)	
	JH 11121	RCA US              Sep 1977	Promo

   "Heroes" // V-2 Schneider
	103019		RCA Australia       Nov 1977
	PB 1121		RCA Belgium         Sep 1977
	PB 50398	RCA Canada	    Sep 1977
	PB 1121		RCA France          Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA Germany         Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA Holland         Nov 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA Italy           Sep 1977	ps
	SS-3125		RCA Japan           Dec 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA Portugal	    Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA Spain	    Sep 1977	ps
	42-813		RCA South Africa    Sep 1977	ps
	PB 1121		RCA UK              Sep 1977
	BOW 513		RCA UK	            Jun 1983
	PB 11121	RCA US	            Sep 1977

   (french) // V-2 Schneider
	PB 9167		RCA France          Sep 1977	ps

   (german) // V-2 Schneider
	PB 9168		RCA Germany         Sep 1977	ps

   "Heroes" // Rock On (by David Essex)
	PXB 6119	RCA Italy           Sep 1977	Jukebox Promo

   (english) / (french) // (german) / V-2 Schneider
	20629		RCA Australia       Sep 1977	ps

HOLY HOLY
   Holy Holy (1974 version) // Man in the Middle 
	BFC-7		DB Fan club US     	1974

   Holy Holy // Black Country Rock 
	6052049		Mercury Austra      Mar 1971
	6052049 	Mercury German      Feb 1971 	ps
	6052049		Mercury Spain       Mar 1971	ps 
	6052-049	Mercury UK          Jan	1971

I DIG EVERYTHING
   I Dig Everything // I'm Not Losing Sleep
	7N 17157	PYE UK	            Aug 1966

I PITY THE FOOL	
   I Pity the Fool // Take My Tip
	R 5250		Parlophone UK       Mar 1965

   I Pity the Fool / Take My Tip // You've Got a Habit of Leaving / Baby Loves
   That Way
	2925 		EMI UK              Mar 1979	ps

IT'S NO GAME
   It's No Game (part 1) // Fashion 
	RPS 10		RCA Japan           Oct 1980	ps

JOHN I'M ONLY DANCING
   John I'm Only Dancing // Hang Onto Yourself
	41042		RCA France          Sep 1972	ps
	7416216		RCA Germany         Sep 1972	ps
	7416216		RCA Holland         Sep 1972	ps
	2263		RCA UK              Sep 1972
	BOW 517		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps

   John I'm Only Dancing // Hang Onto Yourself / Round and Round
	BFC-8		Fan club US        	1974	

   John I'm Only Dancing (sax) // Hang Onto Yourself
	2263		RCA UK              Apr 1973

   (again) (1975) // (1972)
	PB 9482		RCA France          Dec 1979	ps
	PB 9482		RCA Holland         Dec 1979	ps
	PB 9482		RCA Italy           Dec 1979	ps
	42-973		RCA South Africa    Dec	1979
	BOW 4		RCA UK	            Dec 1979	ps

   (1972) // (again) (1975)
	PB 9482		RCA Germany         Dec 1979	ps

   (again) (1975) // Golden Years
	PB 11886	RCA US	            Dec 1979

   (1972) // Joe the Lion
	41A-3164	RCA Argentina       Nov 1979
	103520		RCA Australia       Nov 1979
	PB-11887        RCA Canada          Nov 1979
	PB 1887		RCA Spain           Dec 1979	most w/austral.disc
	PB 11887	RCA US	            Dec 1979
	JB 11887	RCA US              Nov 1979	Promo	

JUMP THEY SAY
   (radio edit) // Pallas Athena (don't stop praying mix)
	74321 13696 7	BMG Holland         Mar 1993	ps

	#139427-JB	BMG UK			1993	jukebox only

KNOCK ON WOOD
   Knock on Wood // Changes
   (Live versions from "DAVID LIVE")
	SPBO 9185	RCA Spain           Feb 1975	ps

   Knock on Wood // Panic in Detroit
   (Live versions from "DAVID LIVE")
	102522		RCA Australia       Jan 1975
	XB 01001	RCA France          Sep 1974	ps
	XB 01001	RCA Germany         Sep 1974	ps
	2466		RCA Italy           Oct 1974	ps
	SS-2416		RCA Japan           Dec 1974	ps
	60653		RCA New Zealand     Jan 1975
	XA 01001	RCA Portugal        Sep 1974	ps
	XB 01001	RCA Portugal	   	197?	ps,reissue
	42-545		RCA South Africa    Sep 1974
	74910		RCA Turkey          Sep 1974
	2466		RCA UK              Sep 1974
	BOW 505		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	SRCA 88783	RCA Yugoslavia      Sep 1974	ps

   Knock on Wood
   4 trk.record, Bowie on 'Knock on Wood'
	Exp 011		Express Thailand    Sep 1974	ps
	TKR 235		Royal sound Thailan Sep 1974

LET'S DANCE
	SP 1446		EMI France	   	1983	Promo

   Let's Dance (edit) // Cat People (1983 version)
	86660		EMI Holland         Mar 1983	ps
	EYS 91092	EMI Japan	   	1983
	EA 152		EMI UK	            Mar 1983	ps
	8158		EMI US	            Mar 1983

LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
   (mono) // (stereo)
	DJHO-0028	RCA US              Jun 1973	Promo

   Let's Spend the Night Together // Lady Grinning Soul
	101.4031	RCA Brazil          Aug 1973	ps
	41125		RCA France          Aug 1973	ps
	APBO 28		RCA Holland         Jun 1973	ps
	APBO 0028	RCA India           Jun 1973
	APBO 0028	RCA Sweden          Apr 1974	ps
	APBO 0028	RCA US	            Jun 1973

   Let's Spend the Night Together // Drive-In Saturday
	SS-2279		RCA Japan           Jun 1973	ps	

   Let's Spend the Night Together // Watch That Man
	N 1681		RCA Italy           Jun 1973	ps

   Let's Spend the Night Together // Steamroller Blues (by Elvis)
	JBN 1684	RCA Italy          	1973	Jukebox Promo

LIFE ON MARS ?
	???		RCA US		   	1973	Promo

   Life on Mars? // The Man Who Sold the World
	41110		RCA France          Jun 1973	ps
	74-16339	RCA Germany         Jun 1973	ps
	2316		RCA UK	            Jun 1973	ps
	BOW 502		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps

   Life on Mars? // Amsterdam
	N 1689		RCA Italy           Nov 1973	ps

   Life on Mars? // Le Tue Mani Su Di Me (by Antonello Venditti)
	JBPM 3737	RCA Italy          	1973	Jukebox Promo

   Life on Mars? // Black Country Rock
	20199		RCA Portugal        Jun 1973	ps
	20199		RCA Portugal       	197?	ps,reissue

   Life on Mars? / Drive-In Saturday 
	3-10936		RCA Spain	    Jun	1973	ps

LIVE BBC '69 WITH JUNIORS EYES
   Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed // Let Me Sleep Beside You
	SR 69		?		   	19??	ps,green disc

LIZA JANE
   Liza Jane // Louie Louie Go Home
	POP V 9221	Vocalion UK         Jun 1964
	F 13807		Decca UK            Sep 1978

LONDON BOYS
   There Is a Happy Land // London Boys
	86086		Decca France        May 1975	ps
		(a-side mistitled 'London boys' 
		 b-side mistitled 'Love you till tuesday')

   London Boys // Love You till Tuesday
	45/10732	London Mexico       May	1975
	F 13579		Decca UK            May 1975
	F 13579		Decca UK           1981	reissue,made in Germany

   4 trk.record, Bowie on 'London Boys'
	FR 13864	Decca UK            Apr 1980	ps

LONDON BYE TA-TA
   London Bye Ta-Ta // Bombers
	POP 001		?		   	1979

LOOK BACK IN ANGER
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 11724	RCA US              Aug 1979	Promo

   Look Back in Anger // Repetition
	PB 11724	RCA Canada          Aug 1979
	PB 11724	RCA US	            Aug 1979
	JH 11724	RCA US			1979	Promo

LOVE YOU TILL TUESDAY
   Love You till Tuesday // Did You Ever Have a Dream 
	DM 135		Deram Germany       Oct 1967	ps
	DM 135		Deram Holland       Oct 1967	ps
	FM.7357		Deram South Africa  Sep 1967	ps
	DM 135		Deram UK            Jul 1967
	85016		Deram US            Aug 1967
	45-DEM-85016	Deram US            Aug 1967	Promo
	45-85016	Deram US            Aug 1967	Promo

LOVING THE ALIEN
   Loving the Alien (remix) // Don't Look Down (remix)
	???		EMI Japan          	1985	G/F
	CP 649		EMI New Zealand	   	1985	G/F
	EA 195		EMI UK	            May 1985	ps,G/F
	EAP 195		EMI UK	            May 1985	Shaped pic disc

MAGGIE'S FARM
   see "TIN MACHINE"

MAGIC DANCE
   Magic Dance
	RPS 20		EMI Australia	   	1986	Promo

MEMORY OF A FREE FESTIVAL
   Memory of a Free Festival (part 1) // (part 2)
	6052026		Mercury Germany     Jul 1970	ps
	6052026		Mercury Holland     Jul 1970	ps	
	6052026		Mercury Scandinavia Jul 1970	ps
	6052-026	Mercury UK          Jun 1970
	73075		Mercury US          Jun 1970

MIRACLE GOODNIGHT
   Miracle Goodnight // Looking For Lester
	74321 16226 7	BMG UK	            Oct	1993

MODERN LOVE
	EYS 17403	EMI Japan	  	1983

   Modern Love // Modern Love (live)
	1867627		EMI Holland         Sep 1983	ps
	EA 158		EMI UK	            Sep 1983	ps
	B 8177		EMI US	            Sep 1983

MOONAGE DAYDREAM
   Moonage Daydream // Hang Onto Yourself
   (Arnold Corns versions)
	6073 212	Philips Holland	    May 1971
	CB 149		B&C UK	            Apr 1971

NEVER LET ME DOWN
	???		EMI Australia	   	1987	Promo
	???		EMI Japan	   	1987
	
   Never Let Me Down // '87 and Cry
	EA 239		EMI UK	            Aug 1987	ps
	EAP 239		EMI UK	            Aug 1987	Pic disc

PAUL'S THEME	
   Paul's Theme // Cat People
   (Bowie only on 'Cat People')
	MCA 770		MCA UK	            Jul 1982

PEACE ON EARTH
	???		RCA Japan          	1982

   Peace on Earth / Little Drummer Boy // Fantastic Voyage
   (a-side Bowie with Bing Crosby, b-side Bowie alone)
	PB 3400		RCA Germany 	   	1982
	BOW 12		RCA UK	            Nov 1982	ps
	PH 13400	RCA US	            Nov 1982

PRESS CONFERENCE, March 18, 1987, New york, Cat club
	SPIDER 2 P	?		   	1987	Blue disc, Ltd.Ed.1000

PRESS CONFERENCE, October 27, 1987, Sydney, Australia
	SPIDER 3	?		   	1987	Yell.disc, Ltd.Ed.1000
	SPIDER 3S	?			1987	Shaper pic disc, blue,
							Ltd.Ed.2000
	
PRESS CONFERENCE, June 25, 1989 (Tin Machine)
	?		?		   	1989	Shaped pic disc,
							Ltd.Ed. 150
	?		?			1989	Green disc, Ltd.Ed.100
	TIN7		?		   	1989	Pink disc, Ltd.Ed.500
	?		?		   	1989	Test pressing,25 made

PRESS CONFERENCE, London, January 23, 1990 (Sound+Vision)
	?		?		   	199?	Blue disc,Ltd.Ed.500
	?		?		   	199?	Bl.disc,Promo,100 made
	SOUND 7		?		   	199?	Pic disc,Ltd.Ed. 1500
	SOUND 7 S	?		   	199?	Shaped pic disc, 
							Ltd.Ed. 2000
PRETTY PINK ROSE
   Pretty Pink Rose (edit) // Heartbeat
   (a-side Bowie with Adrian Belew, b-side Belew alone)
	7567-87904-7	Atlantic Germany    May 1990	ps
	A 7904		Atlantic UK         May 1990	ps

PRISONER OF LOVE
   Prisoner of Love (edit) // Baby Can Dance (live, June 25, 1989, Paris)
	MT 76		EMI UK	            Oct 1989	Black sleeve
	MT 76 		EMI UK	            Oct 1989	Pic sleeve
	MTS 76		EMI UK	            Nov 1989	Mirr.pack w/4 post 
card
	MTPD 76		EMI UK	            Nov	1989	Shaped pic disc,
					printed PVC sleeve with card insert

RAGAZZO SOLO, RAGAZZA SOLA
   Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola // Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud
	704208 BW	Philips Italy       Feb	1970	

   Bowie on 'Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola'
	1012 ASC	Phonogram Italy    	1970
	1013 ASC        Phonogram Italy    	1970

REAL COOL WORLD
   (album edit) // (instrumental version)
	WO 127		Warner Germany      Oct 1992	ps

REBEL REBEL
   (mono) // (stereo)
	DJHO-5009	RCA US	            Feb 1974	Promo

   Rebel Rebel // Queen Bitch
	RCA 102417	RCA Australia       Apr 1974	ps
	101.4046	RCA Brazil          Apr 1974
	LPBO 5009	RCA France          Feb 1974	ps
	74 16398	RCA Germany         Feb 1974	ps
	YEPBO 204	RCA Greece          Feb 1974
	LPBO 5009	RCA Holland         Feb 1974	ps
	LPBO 5009	RCA Italy           Feb 1974	ps
	SS-2355		RCA Japan           Apr 1974	ps
	SPBO 5009	RCA Spain           Feb 1974	ps
	LPBO 5009	RCA UK	            Feb 1974
	BOW 514		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	(some mispressings
					with 'Song for Bob Dylan' as b-side)
	LPBO 5009	RCA US              Feb 1974
	SRCA 88731	RCA Yugoslavia      Feb 1974

   Rebel Rebel (US single version) // Lady Grinning Soul
	APBO 0287	RCA US 	            May 1974	

   (mono) (US single version) // (stereo) (US single version)
	DJHO-0287	RCA US              May 1974	Promo

   Rebel Rebel // Lady Grinning Soul
	SP 4049		RCA Mexico          May 1974	ps

   Rebel Rebel / Queen Bitch // Sorrow / Amsterdam
	20610		RCA Australia       Nov 1974	ps

   Rebel Rebel / Queen Bitch // Sorrow (re-mastered) / Amsterdam (re-mastered)
	20610		RCA Australia	   	197?	ps,reissue

   4 trk.record, Bowie on 'Rebel Rebel'
	T-017		Top teen tal. Thail Feb 1974	ps

ROCK'N' ROLL SUICIDE
   (mono) // (stereo)
	DJHO-5009	RCA US	           	1974	Promo
	
   Rock'n' Roll Suicide // Quicksand
	LPBO 5021	RCA France          Apr 1974	ps
	LPBO 5021	RCA Germany         Apr 1974	ps
	74905		RCA Turkey          Apr 1974	ps
	LPBO 5021	RCA UK	            Apr 1974
	BOW 503		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	LPBO 5021	RCA US              Apr 1974	
	SRCA 88751	RCA Yugoslavia      Apr	1974	ps

ROCK'N' ROLL WITH ME
   Rock'n' Roll with Me // Panic in Detroit
   (Live versions from "DAVID LIVE")
	PB 10105	RCA US	            Oct	1974

   Rock'n' Roll with Me (edited version) // Rock'n' Roll with Me
	JB 10105	RCA US              Oct 1974	Promo

ROSALYN
   Rosalyn // Where Have All the Good Times Gone
	PROM 1		RCA New Zealand     Oct 1973	ps,Promo

RUBBER BAND
   Rubber Band // London Boys
	DM 107		Deram UK            Dec 1966

   Rubber Band // There Is a Happy Land
	85009		Deram US            Dec	1966
	45-DEM 85009	Deram US            Dec 1966	Promo
	45-85009	Deram US            Dec 1966	Promo

SCARY MONSTERS
   Scary Monsters // Because You're Young
	PB 9654		RCA Germany         Jan 1981	ps
	BOW 8		RCA UK	            Jan 1981	ps

   Scary Monsters // Up the Hill Backwards
	PB 8714		RCA France          Jan 1981	ps

SORROW
   Sorrow // Amsterdam
	31A-2388	RCA Argentina       Oct 1973
	102383		RCA Australia       Jan	1974	
	LPF-0011	RCA Chile      	    Sep 1973
	41137		RCA France          Sep 1973	ps
	74 16383	RCA Germany         Oct 1973	ps
	26:11075	RCA Germany        	1981	reissue
	2424		RCA Holland         Oct 1973	ps
	SS-2334		RCA Japan           Dec 1973	ps
	60642		RCA New Zealand     Jan 1974
	APAO 0160	RCA Portugal        Jan 1974	ps
	APAO 160	RCA Portugal	   	197?	ps,reissue
	42-487		RCA South Africa    Sep 1973
	73.913		RCA Turkey          Sep 1973
	2424		RCA UK	            Sep 1973
	BOW 519		RCA UK 	            Jun 1983	ps
	APBO 0160	RCA US	            Oct 1973
	DJHO 0160	RCA US	            Oct 1973	Promo
	2424		RCA US	            Oct 1973	export disc

   Sorrow // Lady Grinning Soul
	APBO 9056	RCA Spain           Sep 1973	ps
	APBO 9056	RCA Spain	   	197?	ps,reissue

   Sorrow
	UR-151		Uranya Thailand     Sep 1973

   Sorrow // Sorrow
	991.4108	RCA Brazil	    Sep 1973	promo

SOUL LOVE
   Soul Love // Blackout	
   (Live versions from "STAGE")
	SS-3166		RCA Japan           Nov 1978	ps

SOUND AND VISION
   4.trk record, Bowie on 'Sound and Vision'
	102.8014	RCA Brazil          Feb	1977
	EXP 0312	Express Thailand    Feb 1977	ps

   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH 10905	RCA US              Feb 1977	Promo

   Sound and Vision // A New Career in a New Town
	102883		RCA Australia       Feb 1977
	PB 0905		RCA Belgium         Apr 1977
	PB 10905	RCA Canada          Feb 1977
	PB 0905		RCA France          Feb 1977	ps
	PB 0905		RCA Germany         Apr 1977	ps
	PB 0905		RCA Holland         Apr 1977
	PB 0905		RCA Italy           Feb 1977	ps
	SS-3076		RCA Japan           Apr 1977	ps, 3 diff.labels
	PB 0905		RCA Portugal        Feb 1977	ps
	42-770		RCA South Africa    Feb 1977	
	PB 0905		RCA Spain           Feb 1977
	PB 0905		RCA UK	            Feb 1977
	BOW 510		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps
	PB 10905	RCA US	            Feb 1977

SPACE ODDITY
   Space Oddity // Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud (diff.version)
	BF 304201	Philips Australia   Oct 1969
	704201 BW	Philips	Belgium     Dec 1969	ps, disc Holland
	BF 304201	Philips	Belgium     Dec 1969	ps
	704201		Philips Belgium     Dec 1969	ps
	704.201		Philips Brazil      Feb 1970	
	M.72949		Mercury Canada      Jul 1969
	BF 304.201 F	Philips France      Oct 1969	ps
	704201 BW	Philips Germany     Sep 1969	ps
	704.201		Philips Greece      Feb 1970
	704201 BW	Philips Holland     Sep 1969	ps
	704201 BW	Philips Italy       Sep 1969	ps
	SFL-1244	Philips Japan       Jan 1970	ps
	304201 BF	Philips Portugal    Dec 1969
	304201 BF	Philips Portugal    Dec 1969	Promo w/insert,g/f ps
	304201 BF	Philips Scandinavia Dec 1969	G/F, ps
	5304201		Philips Spain       Jan 1970	ps
	BF 1801		Philips UK          Jul 1969	stereo/mono
	72949		Mercury US          Jul 1969
	DJ-133		Mercury US          Jul 1969	Promo
	DJ-156		Mercury US          Dec 1969	Promo

   Bowie on 'Space Oddity'
	1006 ASC	Phonogram Italy    	1969	Promo
	1008 ASC	Phonogram Italy    	1969	Promo

   Space Oddity // It Ain't Easy
	SS-2252		RCA Japan           Mar 1973	ps

   (Long version) // (short version)
	740876		RCA US              Dec 1972	Promo

   Space Oddity // The Man Who Sold the World
	74-0876		RCA Canada          Jan 1973
	GB 10470	RCA Canada	   	1976	reissue
	APF-0001	RCA Chile           Jan 1973
	PPBO 7040	RCA Germany         Apr 1976	ps
	PPBO 7040	RCA Germany        	1978	ps, reissue
	20092		RCA Portugal        May 1973	ps
	20092		RCA Portugal	   	197?	ps,reissue
	42-415		RCA South Africa    Jan 1973
	3-10834		RCA Spai            Nov 1972	ps
	3-10834		RCA Spain	   	197?	ps,reissue
	73903		RCA Turkey          Jan 1973
	740876		RCA US	            Dec 1972	ps
	GB 10470	RCA US	           	1976	ps, reissue

   Space Oddity / Moonage Daydream // Life on Mars? / It Ain't Easy
	EP 45103	RCA US	            Dec 1972	Promo

   Space Oddity // Fool (by Elvis Presley)
	003		RCA Thailand        Jan 1973	

   Space Oddity // Starman
	76-3797		RCA Mexico          Jan 1973

   Space Oddity	
	ESP-535		RCA Spain           Jan	1973	1-side Promo

   Space Oddity // Life on Mars?
	N 1688		RCA Italy           Sep 1973	Promo	

   Space Oddity //	Changes / Velvet Goldmine
	2593		RCA Holland         Dec 1975	ps, disc made in UK
	2593		RCA UK	            Sep 1975	ps
	BOW 518		RCA UK	            Jun 1983

   Space Odity // Velvet Goldmine
	SRCA 88884	RCA Yugoslavia      Sep	1975	ps

   Space Oddity // Fame
	TPBO 7013	RCA Italy           Nov 1979	ps

SPEED OF LIFE
	???		RCA Japan	   	19??

STARMAN
   Starman // Suffragette City
	SIN 30026	RCA Angola          May	1972	disc made in Portugal
	31A-2248	RCA Argentina       May 1972
	102142		RCA Australia       Nov 1972
	9914103		RCA Brazil          May 1972
	74-0719		RCA Canada          May 1972
	41012		RCA France	   	1972	ps
	74-16180	RCA Germany         Apr 1972	ps
	46 g 129	RCA Greece          Apr 1972
	74-16180	RCA Holland         Apr 1972	ps
	SS-2197		RCA Japan           Sep 1972	ps, orig.pr.Yokohama
	740719		RCA New Zealand     Nov 1972
	42-338		RCA South Africa    Apr 1972
	2199		RCA UK	            Apr 1972	ps
	74-0719		RCA US	            May 1972	ps
	SRCA 88599	RCA Yugoslavia      May 1972	ps

   Starman // John I'm Only Dancing
	N 1670		RCA Italy           Nov 1972	ps
	JBN 1670	RCA Italy	   	1972	Jukebox Promo
	3-10798		RCA Spain           Oct 1972	ps
	3-10798		RCA Spain	   	197?	ps,reissue

   Starman / Hang Onto Yourself // John I'm Only Dancing / Suffragette City  
	TP 656		RCA Portugal        Dec 1972	ps
	TP 656		RCA Portugal       	197?	ps,reissue

STATION TO STATION
   Station to Station (3:40 edit) // TVC15
	42549		RCA France          Feb 1976	not issued

STAY
   Stay // Word on a Wing	
	PB 10736	RCA Canada          Aug	1976
	SS-3034		RCA Japan           Sep 1976	ps
	PB 0736		RCA Portugal        Aug 1976	ps
	PB 10736	RCA US	            Aug 1976
	JH 10736	RCA US              Aug 1976	Promo

STRANGERS WHEN WE MEET
   Strangers When We Meet (edit) / The Man Who Sold the World (live)
	74321 329407	BMG		    Nov 1995	green vinyl, ltd

SUFFRAGETTE CITY
   Suffragette City // Stay
	102813		RCA Australia       Jul 1976	ps
	42576		RCA France          Jul	1976	ps
	XB-01015	RCA Germany         Jul 1976	ps
	2726		RCA UK	            Jul 1976	ps

THE ELEPHANT MAN
	XXX01		US	            Aug 1980	Promo

THE JEAN GENIE
   The Jean Genie // Ziggy Stardust
	31A-2257	RCA Argentina       Nov	1972
	74-16238	RCA Germany         Feb 1973 	Long hair/MWSTW sleeve 	
	2302		RCA Israel          Jan 1973	ps
	60614		RCA New Zealand     Feb 1973
	N-20086		RCA Portugal        Nov 1972	ps
	N-20086		RCA Portugal       	197?	ps,reissue
	2302		RCA Singapore       Nov 1972
	2302		RCA UK	            Nov 1972
	BOW 515		RCA UK	            Jun 1983	ps

   (mono) // (stereo)
	740838		RCA US              Nov 1972	Promo

   The Jean Genie // Hang Onto Yourself
	102221		RCA Australia	   	1972	ps
	74-0838		RCA Canada          Nov 1972
	41057		RCA France          Nov 1972	ps
	74-0838		RCA Italy           Jan 1973	ps
	42-401		RCA South Africa    Nov 1972
	3-10825		RCA Spain           Dec 1972	ps
	3-10825		RCA Spain          	197?	ps,reissue
	740838		RCA US	            Nov 1972
	SRCA 88648	RCA Yugoslavia     	1972	ps
	
   The Jean Genie // John I'm Only Dancing
	SS-2235		RCA Japan           Jan 1973	ps

   The Jean Genie // Lolly Sue (by Nicky North)
	JBN 1676	RCA Italy           Jan 1973	Jukebox Promo

   The Jean Genie // Remember (by Nilsson)
	AMS-158		RCA Japan           Jan	1973	Promo

   The Jean Genie // Space Oddity
	old 25010	RCA Holland         Nov 1980	ps

THE LAUGHING GNOME
   The Laughing Gnome // The Gospel According to Tony Day
	SDM 131 D	Deram Angola        Aug 1973
	DMA-10351	Deram Australia     Nov 1973
	DM.12		Deram Belgium	    Apr 1967	ps
	L 20079		London Canada	    Nov 1973
	DM 123		Deram Denmark       Aug 1973	ps,disc made in UK
	85003		Deram France        Aug 1973	ps
	6101 019	Deram Holland       Aug 1973	ps
	DM 123		Deram Italy         Aug 1973	ps
	DM 123		Deram New Zealand   Nov 1973
	SDM 131 D	Deram Portugal      Aug 1973	ps
	DM 123		Deram UK            Apr 1967	inv.matrix no
	DM 123		Deram UK            Aug 1973
	F 13924		Decca UK            Jun 1982
	LON 20079	London US           Aug 1973
	45-20079-DJ	London US           Aug 1973	Promo
	LON 20079	London US           Aug 1973	Promo
	45-20079	London US           Aug 1973	Promo

   The Laughing Gnome // Rubber Band
	MO 1378		Deram Spain         Sep	1973	ps

   The Laughing Gnome // Silly Boy Blue
	DL 25600	Decca Germany       Sep 1973

THE PRETTIEST STAR
   The Prettiest Star // Conversation Piece
	6052011		Mercury Germany     Apr 1970	ps
	6052011		Mercury Holland     Apr 1970	ps
	EMF 1135	Mercury Ireland     Mar 1970
	6052-011	Mercury Italy       May 1970	ps
	SFL 1277	Philips Japan       Oct 1970	ps
	6052011		Mercury Scandinavia Apr 1970	
	TOS 685		Mercury South Afric Mar 1970
	6052 011	Mercury Spain       May 1970	ps, Promos w/biography
	MF 1135		Mercury UK          Mar 1970

THIS IS NOT AMERICA
   This Is Not America // (instrumental)
   (Bowie with Pat Metheny Group)
	2004827		EMI Holland	   	1985	ps
	2004827		EMI Spain	   	1985
	EA 190		EMI UK	            Jan 1985
	???		EMI Yugoslavia     	1985

TIME
   Time // Panic in Detroit
	SS-2299		RCA Japan           Aug 1973	ps

   Time // The Prettiest Star
	41-118		RCA France          Jul 1973	ps
	APBO-0001	RCA India           Apr 1973
	ESP 540		RCA Spain	   	1973	ps,gift w/"DAVID LIVE"
	APBO 0001	RCA US	            Apr 1973	ps, not distributed

   (long version) // (short version)
	DJBO 0001	RCA US	            Apr 1973	Promo

TIME WILL CRAWL
   Time Will Crawl (single version) // Girls (single edit)
	B-43020		EMI Canada		1987	ps
	2018927		EMI Germany	   	1987
	EA 237		EMI UK	            Jun 1987	ps
	EAP 237		EMI UK		   	1987	poster sleeve
	
TIN MACHINE
   Tin Machine // Maggie's Farm (live)
	MT 73		EMI UK	            Aug 1989
	MTG 73		EMI UK	            Aug 1989	G/F, 
Ltd.Ed.,numbered
	MTPD 73		EMI UK	            Sep 1989	Shaped pic 
disc,Ltd.Ed.
							w/card insert
				
TONIGHT
   Tonight // Tumble and Twirl
	B-8246		EMI Canada		1984	Poster sleeve
	2004437		EMI Holland         Nov 1984	ps
	EYS 17510	EMI Japan		1984	Poster sleeve
	EA 187		EMI UK	            Nov 1984
	EA 187		EMI UK	            Nov 1984	Poster sleeve
	B 8246		EMI US			1984	Poster sleeve

TVC15
   (mono) // (stereo)
	JH-10664	RCA US              Apr 1976	Promo

   TVC15 (single version) // We Are the Dead
	YBPB 0-433	RCA Belgium         Apr	1976	ps
	PB 10664	RCA Canada          Apr 1976
	PB 10664	RCA France          Apr 1976	ps
	PB 10664	RCA Germany         Apr 1976	ps
	PB 10664	RCA Holland         Apr 1976	ps
	SS 3019		RCA Japan           Jul 1976	ps
	PB 10664	RCA Portugal        Apr 1976	ps
	PB 10664	RCA Spain           Apr 1976	ps
	2682		RCA UK	            Apr 1976
	BOW 509		RCA UK              Jun 1983	ps
	PB 10664	RCA US	            Apr 1976

UNDER PRESSURE
   Under Pressure // Soul Brother
   (a-side Bowie with Queen, b-side Queen alone)
	5250		EMI UK	            Nov 1981	ps
	E 47235		Electra US          Nov	1981

UNDER THE GOD
   Under the God // Sacrifice Yourself
	MT 68		EMI UK	            Jun 1989

UNDERGROUND
   (edit) // (instrumental)
	2012817		EMI Holland         Jun	1986	ps
	EA 216		EMI UK	            Jun 1986	ps
	EAP 216		EMI UK	            Jun 1986	Shaped pic disc
	B-8323		EMI US	            Jun 1986

UP THE HILL BACKWARDS
   Up the Hill Backwards // Chrystal Japan	
	PB 50622	RCA Canada          Mar 1981	ps
	PB 9671		RCA Germany         Mar 1981	ps
	PB 9671		RCA Portugal        Mar 1981	ps
	42-1049		RCA South Africa    Mar 1981
	PB 9671		RCA Spain           Mar 1981	ps
	BOW 9		RCA UK              Mar 1981	ps

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT
   Interview radio broadcast disc
	TRAV 241	US                  Oct 1974	// The Who
	MA 1791		US                  Feb 1980	// Bob Dylan
	MA 1824		US                  Nov	1980	// Frank Zappa
	MA 2903		US                  Aug 1985	// Frank Zappa

WHEN THE WIND BLOWS	
   When the Wind Blows // (instrumental)
	108613-100	Virgin Germany      Oct 1986	ps
	VS 906		Virgin UK           Oct 1986	ps
	VSS 906		Virgin UK           Oct 1986	Shaped pic disc

WHITE LIGHT/WHITE HEAT
   White Light/White Heat // Cracked Actor
   (Live versions from "ZIGGY STARDUST - THE MOTION PICTURE")
	PB 3660		RCA France	   	1983
	PB 3660		RCA Germany	   	1983	ps
	PB 3660		RCA Holland        	1983
	372		RCA UK              Nov 1983	ps

WIDTH OF A CIRCLE
   Width of a Circle // Cygnet Committee
	???		RCA Eastern Europe  Jun 1973

WILD IS THE WIND
	PB 9815		RCA France	   	1981

   Wild Is the Wind // Golden Years
	BOW 10		RCA UK	            Nov 1981	ps

WITHOUT YOU
	???		EMI Japan	   	1983	Promo
	???		EMI New Zealand	   	1983

   Without You // Criminal World
	B-8190		EMI Canada		1984	ps
	0644000165	EMI Holland         Nov 1983
	2000767		EMI Holland        	1983
	EYS 17451	EMI Japan    	   	1983
	2000767		EMI Spain	   	1983
	B 8190		EMI US		   	1983

YASSASSIN
   Yassassin // Repetition
	PB 9417		RCA Holland         Jul 1979	ps

   Yassassin // Red Money	
	79014		RCA Turkey          Jul 1979	ps
	
YOU BELONG IN ROCK'N' ROLL
   You Belong in Rock'n' Roll / Amlapura
	LON 305		London UK           Aug 1991

YOU'VE GOT A HABIT OF LEAVING
   You've Got a Habit of Leaving // Baby Loves That Way
	R 5315		Parlophone UK       Aug	1965

YOUNG AMERICANS
   (long version) // (short version)
	2523 DJ		RCA UK              Feb 1975	Promo
	JB 10152	RCA US              Jan 1975	Promo

   Young Americans // Suffragette City (from "DAVID LIVE")
	2523		RCA UK	            Feb 1975
	BOW 506		RCA UK 	            Jun 1983

   Young Americans (short version) // Knock on Wood (from "DAVID LIVE")
	31A-2561	RCA Argentina       Jan 1975
	PB 10152	RCA Canada	    Jan 1975
	PB 10152	RCA Chile           Jan 1975
	SP 4244		RCA Mexico          Jan 1975	ps
	PB 10152	RCA US	            Jan 1975
	GB 10469 	RCA US             	197?	reissue

   Young Americans (short version) // Suffragette City (from "DAVID LIVE")
	102584		RCA Australia       Apr 1975
	101.4076	RCA Brazil          Feb 1975
	XB 01003	RCA France          Feb 1975	ps
	XB 01003	RCA Germany         Feb 1975	ps
	XB 01003	RCA Italy           Apr 1975	ps
	SS-2447		RCA Japan           Apr 1975	ps
	XB 01003	RCA New Zealand     Feb 1975
	XB 01003	RCA Portugal        Feb 1975	ps
	SB 88823	RCA Yugoslavia      Feb 1975	ps

   Young Americans (short version) // Shoorah! Shoorah! (by Betty Wright)
	TPJB 1127	RCA Italy           Apr 1975	Jukebox Promo

   Young Americans
	4 trk.record, Bowie on 'Young Americans'
	TKR 275		Royal sound Thailan Feb	1975	ps
=========================================================================
                      Sources (copied without permission): 

                         Sheldon Cooper    Ian Davey
                         A.R. Distefano	   Theodore Dreger
                           Sven Gusevik    Scott Hannon
                                    Jay    Jodie
                               B.Larson    The Machman
                                Marlene    Christian Michelsen 
       		     Matthew Muilenburg	   Eric Morel
			        Greg O.    Philip Obbard
		             Ian Rogers    Eric Salo
			   Jim Sheppard    Matthias Stieglitz
		            Una Persson    Eiichi Yoshimura

                          "David Bowie 
          World 7" Records Discography" by Marshall Jarman
                     "Moonage Daydream"	by Dave Thompson
   "'Changes' An Illustrated Biography"	by Stuart Hoggard
	       "David Bowie Black Book"	by Barry Miles
  "David Bowie - An Illustrated Record" by Roy Carr and 
			  		   Charles Shaar Murray
		Record Collector issues 103/116/131/137/153/159/172/185
	                 Goldmine issue 368
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Subject: DISCOGRAPHY: LP - Unofficial
From: k21721@kyyppari.hkkk.fi (Jarkko Orjatsalo)
Date: 14 Jul 1996 13:01:53 GMT

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David Bowie Discography. LP - Unofficial. July 1996
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TITLE (in alphabetical order)
   Song list	
	Catal.numb.	company,country		release date

	(?) denotes missing information
	all records below a song list contain same songs
	'same as' means that songs are the same, and same versions, as 
	      on a different record, but the records are not the same.
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1980 FLOOR SHOW (GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT)
   same as "DOLLARS IN DRAG - THE 1980 FLOOR SHOW"
	208		Ruthless Rhymes		19??

5 FIGUREN AUS VERSHIDENEN
   Bowie & Iggy Pop Studia Jam, San Francisco, 13 April, 1977
   Passenger / On Every Other Street / That's How Strong My Love Is / Fame
   other tracks Roxy Music with Eno
	?		?			19??

A TASTEFUL DISPLAY
   Live at Nassau Coliseum, March 23, 1976
   Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame / Word on a Wing // Stay /
   Panic in Detroit
	IMP114		Wizardo			19??

ALARM
   China Girl (Iggy & Bowie)
   Saturday Night Live, December 15, 1979:
    TVC15 / The Man Who Sold the World / Boys Keep Swinging
   Johnny Carson Show 'Tonight´, September 5, 1980:
    Life on Mars? / Ashes to Ashes
   Bowie and Bolan Rehearsals, September 1977
	?		?			19??

ALL SCHOOLS ARE STRANGE
   T-Rex, Bowie plays auto-harp on "Demon Queen"
	?		?			19??


ALL THE YOUNG DUDES
   Love You Till Tuesday (UK single) / My Dream / Memory of a Free Festival
   parts 1 & 2 / Supermen (Glastonbury) / Space Oddity (edited for TV) /
   Velvet Goldmine // All the Young Dudes (Aladdin Sane version) / Bombers
   (contains ´Andy Warhol´ intro) / 1984 - You Didn't Hear it from Me /
   Rebel Rebel (US single) / Station to Station (Stockholm '79)
	?		?			19??

BUMP AND GRIND
   ???
	?		Aftermath		19??

CAUGHT IN THE ACT
   Hunky Dory Outtakes / Tired of My Life / Sigma Sessions / + more
	?		?			19??

CHANGESTHREE
   demo versions
	AZL 1-1984	GRACE US           	19??

COCAINE ADDS LIFE
   Rotterdam 1976:
    Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame / Word on a Wing / Stay /
    Waiting for the Man / Queen Bitch / Life on Mars? / Five Years / Panic
    in Detroit / Changes / TVC15 / Diamond Dogs / Rebel Rebel / Jean Genie
   Rare Live:
    This Boy / Sound and Vision / Sister Midnight / I Can't Explain / Joe 
    the Lion
	?		?			19??

DOLLARS IN DRAG - THE 1980 FLOOR SHOW
   Live at Marquee club, October 16-18, 1973 except where stated:
   1984 / Sorrow / Everythings Alright / Space Oddity / The Supermen (from 
   "REVELATIONS...") / Hang Onto Yourself (A.Corns) / Man in the Middle (Arnold
   Corns) / I Can't Explain / Time / The Jean Genie / I Got You Babe (with 
   Marianne Faithful)
	TAKRL /1905	?		   	19??
	
DON'T TOUCH THAT DIAL
   Live at the Empire Pool, May 7, 1976:
   Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame / Word on a Wing / Stay / 
   Waiting For the Man / Queen Bitch / Life on Mars ? / Changes / TVC15 / 
   Diamond Dogs
	MARC		Japan		   	19??

FOR ADULTS ONLY
   Live Santa Monica '72
   same as "THE BOWIE WONDER"
	0050		Moonchild		19??

FOREVER YOURS
   Live in Sydney, Australia, November 24, 1978:
   "Heroes" / What in the World / Be My Wife / Jean Genie / Blackout // Sense
   of Doubt / Breaking Glass / Fame / Beauty and the Beast / Five Years / 
   Soul Love / Star // Hang onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Suffragette 
   City / Art Decade / Alabama Song / Rebel Rebel // Station to Station /
   TVC15 / Stay
	DB 689		?			19??

GLASS SPIDER TOUR
   same as the Glass spider video, Live in Australia 1987:
   Fame / Bang Bang / Rebel Rebel / "Heroes" / Sons of the Silent Age // The 
   Jean Genie / Let's Dance / Time / White Light/White Heat / Modern Love
	SL 87008	Starlight US	   	1988	

GOLDEN YEARS OF BOW
   Conversation Piece / Five Years / Ziggy Stardust / My Death / Rock'n' Roll 
   Suicide // John I'm Only Dancing / Word on a Wing / Peace on Earth/Little
   Drummer Boy / "Heroes" / Alabama Song
   All versions live exept 'Conversation Piece'
	DB 6791		Gold rec.Switzerland 	1980	white label	

GREATEST HITS TOUR 1990
	???		?	           	199?	2 lp, purple disc

HALLOWEEN JACK - LOST AND FORGOTTEN
   Five Years (Rotterdam '76) / Fame (Cher Show '75) / A Lad in Vein / Don't 
   Sit Down / BBC Session Sept '72
	???		?			19??

HARD MEAT AND LIMP HITS
   Do Anything You Say / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking about Me /
   I'm Not Losing Sleep / Supermen (Glastonbury) / Velvet Goldmine / Hang
   onto Yourself (Arnold Corns) // Man in the Middle / John I'm only 
   Dancing / Amsterdam / Round and Round / Rebel Rebel / Panic in Detroit 
   (live)
	NYC 363		Wizardo			19??

HARD MEAT AND LIMP HITS VOL.1: BABY DOLL, GENTLEMEN STILL PREFER BLONDES
   reissue
	WRMB 363	Wizardo			19??

HIS MASTERS VOICE - BOWIE AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS LAST STAND
   Live at Hammersmith Odeon, July 3, 1973:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Medley: Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud/All the Young 
   Dudes/Oh! You Pretty Things / Moonage Daydream / Changes / Space Oddity / 
   Time / Suffragette City / The Jean Genie / Rock'n' Roll Suicide
	TAKRL 1935	Kornyphone         	19??

IN AMERICA
   Live Santa Monica '72
   Width of a Circle / Queen Bitch / Moonage Daydream // John I'm only 
   Dancing / Waiting for the Man / Jean Genie / Suffragette City / Rock'n'
   Roll Suicide
	TMOQ 71062	Trademark of Quality	19??

IN PERSON
   Live Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, October 20, 1972:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Changes / The Supermen / Life on Mars?
   / Five Years // Space Oddity / Andy Warhol / My Death / Suffragette City /
   John I'm Only Dancing / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / The Width of a Circle /
   Queen Bitch / Moonage Daydream
	TMQ 71054	Trademark of quality 	197?

INTO THE LABYRINTH
   Live Radio City Hall, February 15, 1973:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Changes / Soul Love / John I'm Only
   Dancing / Drive-In Saturday // Aladdin Sane / Panic in Detroit / Moonage
   Daydream / The Width of a Circle
	LZL 036		?		   	19??	white label

KINGSTON POLY VOL.1
   Live at Kingston Polytechnic, May 7, 1972:
   Hang onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Supermen / Queen Bitch / Song for
   Bob Dylan / Changes / Starman // Five Years / Space Oddity / Andy Warhol /
   Amsterdam / I Feel Free (not included)
	POLY 1		?			19??

KINGSTON POLY VOL.2
   Live at Kingston Polytechnic, May 7, 1972:
   I Feel Free / Moonage Daydream / White Light/White Heat / Got to Get a Job
   // Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Waiting for the Man 
	POLY 2		?			19??

LIVE AT THE SANTA MONICA CIVIC
   Live at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, October 20, 1972:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Changes / The Supermen / Life on Mars?
   / Five Years / Space Oddity / Andy Warhol / My Death / John I'm Only Dancing
   / Waiting For the Man / The Jean Genie / Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll
   Suicide / The Width of a Circle / Queen Bitch / Moonage Daydream 
	TMOQ 72011	Trademark	   	19??

LIVE IN BREMEN
   Live in Bremen, May 30, 1978:
   Sense of Doubt / Beauty and the Beast / "Heroes" / Stay // Jean Genie /
   TVC15 / Alabama Song / Rebel Rebel
	D.12		CHAMALEON		19??	marble vinyl

LIVE IN ENGLAND 
   Live at Kingston polytechnic, May 7, 1972
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / The Supermen / Queen Bitch / Song for
   Bob Dylan / Changes / Starman / Five Years / Space Oddity /  Andy Warhol /
   Amsterdam / Fill Your Heart / Moonage Daydream / White Light/White Heat /
   Get a Job / Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Waiting for the Man
	7572		Arts lab records   	19??
		   
LIVE IN ENGLAND (1971)
   Live at Kingston Polytechnic, May 6, 1972:
   Ziggy Stardust / Song for Bob Dylan / Starman / Amsterdam / I Feel Free //
   White Light/White Heat / Got to Get a Job / Five Years / Rock'n' Roll
   Suicide
	WRMB 504	Wizardo Recordings	19??

LIVE IN LONDON
   Live at Hammersmith Odeon, July 3, 1972, reissue of "HIS MASTERS VOICE"
	WRMB 306	Wizardo Recordings	19??

LIVE IN STOCKHOLM 1979
   Live in Gothenburg 1978:
   Warszawa / "Heroes" / What in the World / Be My Wife // The Jean Genie /
   Blackout / Speed of Life / Breaking Glass // Fame / Beauty and the Beast /
   Five Years / Soul Love / Star // Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Art
   Decade / Suffragette City / Alabama Song / Station to Station
	?		Audifon Germany	   	19??	2 lp G/F

LOST IN OUR VAULTS UNTIL NOW
   Life on Mars? / Ashes to Ashes (Johnny Carson) / A Lad in Vein / Tired of
   My Life / David Live flexi // Waiting for the Man (BBC '70) / Wild-eyed
   Boy from Freecloud (BBC '70) / "Heroes" (Italian DJ remix)
	?		?			19??

KISS AWAY THE DARKEST DAY
   Bowie & Iggy studio jam at Chicago's Mantra Studios, April 12, 1977 /
   BBC Radio Session '69 / Space Oddity (demo) / All the Madmen (demo)
	???		?			19??

KISS YOU IN THE RAIN
   Live in Melbourne, Australia, November 18, 1978:
   Jean Genie / Be My Wife / Five Years / Soul Love / Star // Hang onto 
   Yourself / Fame / Beauty and the Beast / Alabama Song / Ziggy Stardust
	DB 6143		?			19??

MY RADIO SWEETHEART
   'The Sound of the Seventies' BBC 1972:
     Ziggy Stardust / Waiting for the Man / The Supermen / Queen Bitch /
     Suffragette City // White Light/White Heat / Hang Onto Yourself / 
   Live Long beach, March 10, 1973:
     Hang Onto Yourself / Moonage Daydream / Watch That Man
	???		Crash records	   	197?

NO IGGY OR ZIGGY...JUST A GIGOLO
   Live in LA Forum, April 4, 1978:
   "Heroes" / What in the World / Be My Wife / Jean Genie / Blackout / Sense
   of Doubt / Speed of Life / Breaking Glass / Beauty and the Beast / Fame /
   Five Years / Soul Love / Star / Hang onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / 
   Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Art Decade / Stay / TVC15 /
   Rebel Rebel 
	912		Omega			19??	2 lp

NOTHIN BUT A STAR
   Live in Festhalle, Frankfurt, May 20, 1983
	???		?		   	19??

OH! YOU PRETTY THINGS
   BBC Radio Session '72 (4 trk) / Starman (TOTP '72) / Oh! You Pretty Things
   (Old Grey Whistle Test, Feb 8, '72) / Hunky Dory Outtakes
	???		?			19??

ORWELL THAT ENDS WELL
   Studio recordings :
   1984/Dodo / All the Young Dudes / White Light/White Heat / Waiting for the
   Man / Interview
	Winston 1984	?		   	19??

OUI...C'EST RADICAL, CHIC!
   Live in Lyons, Palace De Sports, May 25, 1983:
   "Heroes" / Golden Years / Fashion / Let's Dance / China Girl // Life on 
   Mars? / Ashes to Ashes / Space Oddity / Young Americans / Modern Love
	SK 1521		USA Tropicana		19??	pic disc

PINPOINTS OF LIGHT
   Live in Gothenburg, June 12, 1983:
   Star / "Heroes" / What in the World / Golden Years // Fashion / Let's Dance
   / Red Sails / Breaking Glass / Life on Mars? / Sorrow // Cat People / China
   Girl / Scary Monsters / Rebel Rebel / White Light/White Heat // Station to
   Station / Cracked Actor / Ashes to Ashes / Space Oddity // Intro / Young
   Americans / Hang Onto Yourself / Fame / TVC15 // Stay / The Jean Genie /
   Modern Love
	BF 375-4	Red shoes Sweden   	1983	3 lp Ltd.ed. 500

RESURRECTION ON 84TH STREET
   Live at the Nassau Coliseum, March 1976 :
   Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame // Stay / Panic in Detroit //
   Changes / TVC15 / Diamond Dogs // Word on a Wing / Rebel Rebel / The Jean
   Genie
	TAKRL 2995			   	1979	2 lp

ROCK'N' ROLL SUICIDE
   Live at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, October 20, 1972:
   Hang Onto 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
	TSP 041-2	Swinging Pig	   	1989	2 lp G/F blue disc

SERIOUS BUSINESS
   Live at Munich, Olympiahalle, May 21, 1983:
   Jean Genie / Star / "Heroes" / What in the World / Golden Years / Fashion 
   / Let's Dance // Breaking Glass / Life on Mars? / Sorrow / Cat People /
   China Girl / Scary Monsters / Rebel Rebel // White Light/White Heat /
   Station to Station / Cracked Actor / Ashes to Ashes / Space Oddity //
   Young Americans / Hang onto Yourself / Fame / TVC15 / Jean Genie / Modern
   Love
	NEWTON 4	Peace Music		19??	2 lp

SLAUGHTER IN THE AIR
   Live in LA Forum, April 4, 1978:
   "Heroes" / What in the World / Be My Wife / The Jean Genie / Blackout / 
   Sense of Doubt / Speed of Life / Breaking Glass / Beauty and the Beast /
   Fame / Five Years / Soul Love / Star / Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust /
   Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Art Decade / Stay / TVC15 / Rebel
   Rebel
	DB 1978		?		   	19??	2 lp
	Duke 001	Ruthless Rhymes		19??	2 lp

SOFT IN THE MIDDLE
   John I'm Only Dancing (Aladdin Sane) / Waiting for the Man (Santa Monica)
   / Moonage Daydream (Santa Monica) / Round and Round / Rebel Rebel (UK 
   single) / I'm Not Losing Sleep / Can't Help Thinking about Me / Do 
   Anything You Say / I Dig Everything / My Death (Santa Monica) / Amsterdam
	TAKRL 1915	?		   	19??	

SOUND AND VISION
   Live in Rotterdam, March 30, 1990:
   Intro / Space Oddity / Changes / TVC15 / Rebel Rebel / Golden Years / Be My
   Wife / Ashes to Ashes // Queen Bitch / Fashion / Blue Jean / Let's Dance /
   Stay // China Girl / Ziggy Stardust / Sound and Vision / Station to Station
   / Young Americans // Suffragette City / Fame / "Heroes" / Pretty Pink Rose /
   The Jean Genie/Gloria / Rock'n' Roll Suicide
	PT 316		Pop tunes France   	199?	2 lp

   Live at Milton Keynes, London (???) 
	USN 180		Japan              	1990	2 lp,red/green discs

SOUNDS FROM THE SOUND PIT
   Bowie / Bolan studio jam, September 1977
	???		?			19??

SOUNDS LIKE BOWIE	
   Space Oddity / Sound and Vision / Golden Years / The Laughing Gnome / The
   Jean Genie / Life on Mars? // Rebel Rebel / Sorrow / Starman / Drive-In
   Saturday / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Be My Wife
	TAB 00035	Tabak UK	   	19??	Pic disc

SPACE ODDITY
   same as "IN PERSON"
	???		?			19??

SPEED OF LIFE
   Live in Adelaide, November 11, 1978:
   Five Years / Soul Love / Star / Hang onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust /
   Suffragette City / Alabama Song // Station to Station / Stay / Rebel Rebel
	6142		?			19??

SUBWAY
   Live in Toronto ? 1974:
   Rock'n' Roll With Me / Space Oddity / Future Legend / Diamond Dogs / Panic
   in Detroit / Big Brother / Time / The Width of a Circle / The Jean Genie
	?		Flat records	   	197?

THE 1972 AMERICAN TOUR
   Live in Santa Monica '72, same as "THE BOWIE WONDER"
   	TAKRL 2965	Kornyphone 		19??

THE ALL AMERICAN BOWIE
   Live in Long Beach, March 10, 1973:
   My Deatch / Aladdin Sane / Five Years / Width of a Circle // Ziggy 
   Stardust / Changes / Panic in Detroit / Time / Suffragette City
	TMOQ 71074	Trademark of Quality	19??

THE BOWIE WONDER
   Live in Santa Monica '72
   Hang onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Changes / Supermen / Life on Mars? / 
   Five Years / Space Oddity / Andy Warhol / My Death // Width of a Circle / 
   Queen Bitch / Moonage Daydream // John I'm Only Dancing / Waiting for the
   Man / Jean Genie / Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide
	HH 1-4		Space Recordings	19??	2 lp

THE MISSING LINK
   Live in the US october 1974 (3 gigs):
   Memory of a Free Festival / Space Oddity / Rebel Rebel / Sorrow / Changes /
   1984 / Moonage Daydream / Rock'n' Roll With Me / The Jean Genie / Diamond
   Dogs / Young Americans / It's Gonna Be Me / Footstompin' / Can You Hear Me /
   Somebody Up There Likes Me / Suffragette City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / John
   I'm Only Dancing (again)
	Strap 1		?		   	19??	2 lp G/F

THE RARE SINGLES VOL.1
   All the Young Dudes (Aladdin Sane) / Bombers / 1984 - You Didn't Hear It
   from Me / Love You Till Tuesday // My Dream / Interview - Over the Wall 
   We Go / Moonage Daydream (Arnold Corns) / Hang onto Yourself (Arnold 
   Corns)
	PORPAKT3	?			19??

THE RARE SINGLES VOL.2
   Man in the Middle / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to Myself / Memory of a 
   Free Festival 1 & 2 // The Prettiest Star ('70) / Conversation Piece /
   Holy Holy ('70) / London Bye Ta-Ta / Bombers
	PORPAKT4	?			19??

THE SERIOUS MOONLIGHT REHEARSALS
   Live at Las Calinas soundstage Dallas, Texas, April 27, 1983:	
   TVC15 / Stay / The Jean Genie / Modern Love / Star / "Heroes" // What in the
   World / Look Back in Anger / Joe the Lion / Wild Is the Wind / Golden Years
   / Fashion / Let's Dance / Red Sails // Breaking Glass / Life on Mars? /
   Sorrow / Cat People / China Girl / Scary Monsters / Rebel Rebel / I Can't
   Explain // White Light/White Heat / Station to Station / Cracked Actor / 
   Ashes to Ashes / Space Oddity / Young Americans
	DBB-01		Gotham records US  	1990	2 lp

THE THIN WHITE DUKE
   Live at Nassau coliseum, March 23, 1976:
     Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame / Word on a Wing / Stay /
     Panic in Detroit / Changes / TVC15 / Diamond Dogs / Rebel Rebel / The
     Jean Genie
   The Cher show, November 23, 1975:
     Can You Hear Me / Medley: Song Sung Blue / One / Da Doo Ron Ron / Bill I
     Love You Still / Maybe/Maybe Bbaby / Day Tripper / Blue Moon / Only You /
     Temptation / Ain't No Sunshine / Young Blood / Young Americans
	IMP 114		Wizardo		   	197?

THE THIN WHITE DUKE MEETS ZIGGY
   All the Young Dudes (live with Mott the Hoople) / It's Gonna Be Me / Who
   Can I Be Now / Moonage Daydream (BBC '72) / Waiting for the Man (BBC '70)
   Live Copenhagen 1976:
    Word on a Wing / Stay / Waiting for the Man / Queen Bitch / Life on Mars?
    / Five Years (cut short)
	
THE UNOFFICIAL WEMBLEY WIZARD BOX FILE
   Records 1&2 = "SLAUGHTER IN THE AIR", 3 = "MY RADIO SWEETHEART", 4 = 
   various

   Ziggy Stardust / Waiting for the Man / The Supermen / Queen Bitch / 
   Suffragette City // White Light/White Heat / Hang Onto Yourself / Hang Onto
   Yourself / Moonage Daydream / Watch That Man // An Interview with Bill Huie
   / Ching-A-Ling / The Supermen / Waiting for the Man // The Width of a Circle
   / White Light/White Heat / Suffragette City / Moonage Daydream
   some BBC, some live Long Beach 1973
	duke 001	Moonbeam	   	19??
	duke 009	Moonbeam		19??
 
THE WEMBLEY WIZARD TOUCHES THE DIAL
   Live at The Empire Pool, Wembley, London, May 7, 1976:
   Station to Station / Suffragette City / Fame / Word on a Wing / Waiting for
   the Man / Queen Bitch / Life on Mars? / Changes / TVC15 / Diamond Dogs 
	?		Hallowien Jack records	197?
	
TO MEET BOWIE
   "David Live Promo" / Heroes (remix) / 1984/Dodo / You're Holding Me Down /
   A Lad in Vein // Round and Round (BBC) / Waiting for the Man (BBC) / Love
   You till Tuesday (different mix) / Baby Loves That Way / Peace on Earth/
   Little Drummer Boy / "Heroes" (BBC)
	JOY 1000	Joy records UK	  	198?	Ltd.Ed. 1000

WHITE LIGHT / WHITE HEAT
	?		?		   	19??

WIDTH OF A CIRCLE
   Live in Santa Monica '72, same as "IN AMERICA"
	?		?			19??

WISH UPON A STAR
   Live at LA Forum, February 9, 1976:
   Waiting for the Man / Word on a Wing / Stay / TVC15 / Panic in Detroit / 
   Changes / Fame / Diamond Dogs
	BOWIE '76	Wizardo		   	197?	blue disc

ZIGGY 2
   BBC 'IN CONCERT' June 1971 :
   Queen Bitch / Bombers / The Supermen / Looking for a Friend / Almost Grown
   (vocals Jeff Alexander) / Kooks / Song for Bob Dylan (vocals George
   Underwood) / Andy Warhol (vocals Dana Gillespie) / It Ain't Easy / It's
   Gonna Be Me (with Marc Bolan)
	TUNE IN 002	?		   	19??

ZIGGY '83
   Live in Vancouver 1983
   same as the Serious Moonlight video
	QLP 24862	RCA Canada          Jan	1984	Promo,white disc

ZIGGY IN CONCERT
   Live in Santa Monica '72, same as "THE BOWIE WONDER"
=========================================================================
                      Sources (copied without permission): 

                         Sheldon Cooper    Ian Davey
                         A.R. Distefano	   Theodore Dreger
                           Sven Gusevik    Scott Hannon
                                    Jay    Jodie
                               B.Larson    The Machman
                                Marlene    Christian Michelsen 
       		     Matthew Muilenburg	   Eric Morel
			        Greg O.    Philip Obbard
		             Ian Rogers    Eric Salo
			   Jim Sheppard    Matthias Stieglitz
		            Una Persson    Eiichi Yoshimura

                          "David Bowie 
          World 7" Records Discography" by Marshall Jarman
                     "Moonage Daydream"	by Dave Thompson
   "'Changes' An Illustrated Biography"	by Stuart Hoggard
	       "David Bowie Black Book"	by Barry Miles
  "David Bowie - An Illustrated Record" by Roy Carr and 
			  		   Charles Shaar Murray
		Record Collector issues 103/116/131/137/153/159/172/185
	                 Goldmine issue 368
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Subject: DISCOGRAPHY: LP - Official
From: k21721@kyyppari.hkkk.fi (Jarkko Orjatsalo)
Date: 14 Jul 1996 13:01:21 GMT

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David Bowie Discography. LP - Official. July 1996
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TITLE (in alphabetical order)
   Song list	
	Catal.numb.	company,country		release date

	(?) denotes missing information
	all records below a song list contain same songs
	'same as' means that songs are the same, and same versions, as on
		  a different record, but the records are not the same.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1966
	???		Japan			19??	
	PYL 6001	?			1987
	CLALP 154	?			1989

   I'm Not Losing Sleep / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking About Me // 
   Do Anything You Say / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to Myself
	PYX 6001	?			1988	Pic disc

1980 ALL CLEAR
   The Man Who Sold the World / Space Oddity / Ziggy Stardust / Panic in 
   Detroit / Always Crashing in the Same Car // 1984 / Golden Years /
   Fascination / "Heroes" / Boys Keep Swinging
	DJL 13545	RCA US      	    Nov	1979	Promo

20 BOWIE CLASSICS
   Same as "IMAGES 1966-67" less / Karma Man
	SCA 039		Decca Australia     May 1979	2 lp

A PEDIR DE BOLA
   Same as "HUNKY DORY"
	LSP 4623	RCA Spain           Dec	1971	

A SECOND FACE
   Let Me Sleep Beside You / Sell Me a Coat / She's Got Medals / We are Hungry
   Men / In the Heat of the Morning / Karma Man // Little Bombardier / Love 
   You till Tuesday / Come And Buy My Toys / Silly Boy Blue / Uncle Arthur / 
   When I Live My Dream	
	MIP-1-9374	Decca Canada	   	1983
	TAB 71		Decca UK            Aug 1983

ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
   Bowie on : Absolute Beginners / That's Motivation
	V 2386		Virgin UK           Mar 1986

   same as above + / Volare
	302 706-420	Virgin Germany     	1986	2 lp G/F
	VD 2514		Virgin UK           Apr 1986	2 lp G/F

ALADDIN SANE
   Watch That Man / Aladdin Sane / Drive-In saturday / Panic in Detroit / 
   Cracked Actor // Time / The Prettiest Star / Let's Spend the Night Together
   / The Jean Genie / Lady Grinning Soul
	LSP 4852	RCA Germany	   	1973	w/ lyrics
	RS 1001		RCA UK	            Apr 1973	w/ lyrics,fan club 
card
	RS 1001		RCA UK	            Apr 1973	w/ lyrics
	LSP 4852	RCA US	            May 1973
	RCA 6001	RCA Japan			
	NL 83890	RCA Germany        	1981
	INTS 5067	RCA UK	            Jan 1981
	BOPIC 1		RCA UK	            Mar 1984	Pic 
disc,numb.insert	
	064-794768-1	EMI Germany	   	1990	G/F
	EMC 3579	EMI UK		   	1990	G/F
	RALP 0135-2	Ryko US		   	1990	G/F,numbered 

ALBUM SAMPLER OCTOBER
   Bowie on : "Heroes" / The Secret Life of Arabia
	DJL 1-2588	RCA US	            Oct 1977	Promo

AN EVENING WITH DAVID BOWIE
   Opening / Segment 1 / Ziggy Stardust / Segment 2 / Station to Station // 
   Segment 3 / Beauty And the Beast / Segment 3 (cont.) / Fame / Segment 4
   Interview album, all songs live from "STAGE"
	DJL 1-3016	RCA US		   	1978	Promo

ANOTHER FACE
   Rubber Band / London Boys / The Gospel According to Tony Day / There Is a 
   Happy Land / Maid of Bond Street / When I Live My Dream / Liza Jane // The
   Laughing Gnome / In the Heat of the Morning / Did You Ever Have a Dream / 
   Please Mr. Gravedigger / Join the Gang / Love You till Tuesday / Louie 
   Louie Go Home
	6.24689		Germany		   	1981
	TAB 17		UK	            May 1981

ANTHOLOGY OF BRITISH ROCK
   Bowie on : Do Anything You Say / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking 
   About Me / And I Say to Myself / I'm Not Losing Sleep / Good Morning Girl
	672011-1	Compleat US	   	1985	2 lp G/F

AT THE TOWER PHILADELPHIA
   same as "ROCK CONCERT"
	PL 89082	RCA Germany	   	1982
	PL 42993	RCA Holland         Jan 1982

BAAL
   Baal's Hymn / Remembering Marie A. // A Ballad of the Adventurers / The 
   Drowned Girl / The Dirty Song
	CPL 1-4346	RCA Canada	   	1982
	PG 45092	RCA Germany	   	1982	G/F
	BOW 11		RCA UK	            Feb 1982	G/F
	CP 214346	RCA US	            Feb 1982	

BEST OF DAVID BOWIE
   Starman / Moonage Daydream / Five Years / Hang Onto Yourself / Suffragette
   City / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / The Jean Genie / Time / Let's Spend the Night
   Together / The Prettiest Star / Watch That Man / Aladdin Sane / Space Oddity
   / The Man Who Sold the World / Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud / Cygnet 
   Committee / Changes / Life on Mars ? / Fill Your Heart / Andy Warhol / Black
   Country Rock / Width of a Circle
	SRA 9412/12	RCA Japan           Mar	1974	2 lp

BLACK TIE WHITE NOISE
   You've Been Around / I Feel Free / Black Tie White Noise / Jump They Say / 
   Nite Flights // Miracle Goodnight / Don't Let Me Down & Down / Pallas Athena
   / I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday / The Wedding song
	74321 13697 1 	Arista Holland      Apr	1993

BOWIE
   same as "THE WORLD OF DAVID BOWIE"
	L2OP 1053	London Japan        Mar 1982

BOWIENOW
   V-2 Schneider / Always Crashing in the Same Car / Sons of the Silent Age /
   Breaking Glass / Neukoln // Speed of Life / Joe the Lion / What In the World
   / Blackout / Weeping Wall / The Secret Life of Arabia 
	DJL 12697	RCA US	            Mar	1978	Promo

CAT PEOPLE
   Bowie on 'Cat people'
	250 433-1	Backstreet Germany 	1982
	MCF 3138	MCA UK	            Apr 1982

CHAMELEON
   14 trk
	???		New Zealand	   	19??	Ltd.Ed.

   Starman / Aladdin Sane / Sorrow / Diamond Dogs / 1984 / Breaking Glass // 
   "Heroes" / V-2 Schneider / Beauty And the Beast / Boys Keep Swinging / D.J.
   / Look Back in Anger
	STAR 101	Starcall Australia  Sep 1979

CHANGESBOWIE	
   Space Oddity / Starman / John I'm Only Dancing / Changes / Ziggy Stardust /
   Suffragette City // The Jean Genie / Life on Mars ? / Diamond Dogs / Rebel
   Rebel / Young Americans // Fame 90 / Golden Years / Sound and Vision / 
   "Heroes" / Ashes to Ashes // Fashion / Let's Dance / China Girl / Modern
   Love / Blue Jean
	164 7941801	EMI Germany	   	1990	2 lp G/F some w/sticker
	DBTV 1		EMI UK	            Apr 1990	2 lp G/F

CHANGESONEBOWIE
   Space Oddity / John I'm Only Dancing / Changes / Ziggy Stardust /  
   Suffragette City / The Jean Genie // Diamond Dogs / Rebel Rebel / Young 
   Americans / Fame / Golden Years
	RS 1055		RCA UK	            May 1976	sax version of
			'John I'm Only Dancing' (approx. 1000 copies)
	RS 1055		RCA UK	            May 1976
	CPL1-1732	RCA Canada         	1976	
	APL 1-1732	RCA US              May 1976
	???		RCA France	   	1976	(early copies have 
			unreleased version of 'White Light/White Heat'
 			instead of 'John I'm Only Dancing')
	APL 1-1732	RCA Germany	   	1976
	APL 1-1732	RCA Philippines    	1976
	APL 1-1732	RCA Spain	   	1976
	PL 81732	RCA 		   	1984

CHANGESTWOBOWIE
   Aladdin Sane / Oh! You Pretty Things / Starman / 1984 / Ashes to Ashes //
   Sound and Vision / Fashion / Wild Is the Wind / John I'm Only Dancing 
   (again) / D.J.
	PL 84202	RCA Germany	   	1983
	PL 14202	RCA Spain	   	1981
	BOWLP 3		RCA UK	            Nov 1981

CHRISTIANE F. - WIR KINDER VOM BAHNHOF ZOO
   V-2 Schneider / TVC15 / "Heroes" (german) / Boys Keep Swinging / Sense of 
   Doubt // Station to Station (from "STAGE") / Look Back in Anger / Stay /
   Warszawa
	BL 43606	RCA France	   	1981	"MOI, CHRISTIANE F..."
	BL 43606	RCA Germany         May 1981
	BL 43606	RCA Italy	   	1981	"CHRISTIANE F. NOI..."

CHRISTIANE F. NOI, RAGAZZI ZOO DI BERLINO
   Same as "CHRISTIANE F. - WIR KINDER VOM BAHNHOF ZOO"
	BL 43606	RCA Italy	   	1981

COLLECTION BLANCHE
	GP 253		France		   	19??

DAVID BOWIE
   Uncle Arthur / Sell Me a Coat / Rubber Band / Love You till Tuesday / There
   Is a Happy Land / We Are Hungry Men / When I Live My Dream // Little
   Bombardier / Silly Boy Blue / Come And Buy My Toys / Join the Gang / She's
   Got Medals / Maid of Bond Street
	DML 1007	Deram UK            Jun	1967	stereo/mono
	291029		Deram France        Jun 1981

   same as above less / We Are Hungry Men / Maid of Bond Street
	DE 18003	Deram US            Jun 1967

   Space Oddity / Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed / Don't Sit Down / A
   Letter to Hermione / Cygnet Committee // Janine / An Occasional Dream /
   Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud /  God Knows I'm Good / Memory of a Free
   Festival
	SBL 7912	Philips UK          Nov	1969 	G/F
	SR 61246	Mercury US          Nov 1969	"MAN OF WORDS MAN.."

   same as "THE WORLD OF DAVID BOWIE"
	210039		Deram France        Apr 1973

   same as "IMAGES 1966-67"
	DA 145/146	Deram Belgium       May 1976

DAVID LIVE
   Live at the Tower Philadelphia, July 1974:
   1984 / Rebel Rebel / Moonage Daydream / Sweet Thing // Changes / Suffragette
   City / Aladdin Sane / All the Young Dudes / Cracked Actor // Rock'n' Roll
   With Me / Watch That Man / Knock On Wood / Diamond Dogs // Big Brother / 
   Width of a Circle / The Jean Genie / Rock'n' Roll Suicide
	26.28107	RCA Germany	   	1974	2 lp G/F
	APL 20771	RCA UK	            Oct 1974	2 lp G/F
	CPL 20771	RCA US		   	1974	2 lp G/F
	DBLD 1		RCA UK		   	19??	2 lp G/F
	PL 80771 (2)	RCA Germany	   	1983	2 lp G/F

   same as above + / Band Intro / Here Today, Gone Tomorrow / Time
	RALP 0138/39-2 	RYKO US		   	1990	2 lp G/F numbered
	
DIAMOND DOGS
   Future Legend / Diamond Dogs / Sweet Thing / Candidate / Sweet Thing 
   (reprise) / Rebel Rebel // Rock'n' Roll With Me / We Are the Dead / 1984 /
   Big Brother / Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family
	APL 10576	RCA UK	            Apr 1974	G/F
	APL 10576 	RCA US	            Apr 1974
	NL 13889	RCA Holland	   	1980
	NL 83889	RCA Germany	   	1981
	BOPIC 5		RCA UK	            Mar 1984	Pic disc, 
numb.insert
	RPL 2104	RCA Japan	   	19??

   same as above + / Dodo / Candidate (demo version)
	RALP 0137-2	RYKO US		   	1990	G/F numbered	
	EMC 3584	RCA UK		   	1990	G/F

DIE WEISSE SERIE
   same as "ANOTHER FACE", different song order
	625232		Decca Germany       Mar 1982

DISCO DE OURO
   same as "THE WORLD OF DAVID BOWIE"
	SC 15002	London Brazil       May 1974

DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE NAME
   I'm Not Losing Sleep / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking About Me // 
   Do Anything You Say / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to Myself
	585001		PRT France	   	1981
	DOW 1		UK		   	19??	10"
	???		Japan		   	19??

EARLY YEARS
   "THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD" + "HUNKY DORY" + "ALADDIN SANE"
	???		?		   	19??

EL REY DEL GAY POWER
   same as "IMAGES 1966-67"
	DCS 15044	Deram Spain         May 1973	2 lp

EXCERPTS FROM 1.OUTSIDE
	74321 307021	BMG			1995
	
FAME AND FASHION
   Golden Years / TVC15 / "Heroes" / D.J. / Fashion / Ashes to Ashes // Space
   Oddity / Changes / Starman / 1984 / Young Americans
	???		RCA Japan	   	19??
	PL 84919	RCA Germany	   	1984
	PL 84919	RCA UK	            May 1985

GIGANTES DEL POP VOL. 28
   same as "ANOTHER FACE"
	6495081		Decca Spain         Apr	1982

GOLDEN YEARS
   Fashion / Red Sails / Look Back in Anger / I Can't Explain / Ashes to Ashes
   // Golden Years / Joe the Lion / Scary Monsters / Wild Is the Wind
	BOWLP 004	RCA UK	            Aug 1983
	PL 14792	RCA Germany	   	198?
	RPL 8206	RCA Japan

HEAVEN AND HULL
   by Mick Ronson
   Bowie on 'Like a Rolling Stone', backing on 'Colour Me' and 'All the 
   Young Dudes'
	EPC 474742 1	Epic UK			1994	pic disc

"HEROES"
	EMD 1025	EMI UK		   	199?	G/F

   Beauty and the Beast / Joe the Lion / "Heroes" / Sons of the Silent Age /
   Blackout // V-2 Schneider / Sense of Doubt / Moss Garden / Neukoln / The
   Secret Life of Arabia
	PL 12522	RCA UK	            Oct 1977	w/ lyrics
	AFL 12522	RCA US	            Oct 1977
	AYL 1-3857	RCA US		   	1977
	???		RCA Japan	   	19??
	???		RCA Italy	   	19??
	NL 13857	RCA Holland	   	1980	
	INTS 5066	RCA UK		   	198?

   same as above exept '"HEROES"' is the german version	
	NL 83857	RCA Germany	  	1977
	PL 42372	RCA Germany	   	1977

HISTORIA DELA MUSICA ROCK
   same as "ANOTHER FACE"
	LP 202		Decca / Orbiz Spain Aug 1982

HUNKY DORY
   Changes / Oh! You Pretty Things / Eight Line Poem / Life on Mars ? / Kooks /
   Quicksand // Fill Your Heart / Andy Warhol / Song for Bob Dylan / Queen 
   Bitch / The Bewley Brothers
	SF 8244		RCA UK	            Dec 1971	w/ lyrics
	LSP 4623	RCA US	            Dec 1971
	LSP 4623	RCA Spain           Dec 1971	'A PEDIR DE BOLA'
	INTS 5064 	RCA UK              Jan 1981
	NL 83844	RCA Germany	   	1983
	BOPIC 2		RCA UK	            Mar 1984	Pic disc, 
numb.insert

   same as above + / Bombers / The Supermen (alternate mix) / Quicksand (demo
   version) / The Bewley Brothers (alternate mix)
	RALP 0133-2	RYKO US		   	1990	2 lp G/F ltd.ed.
	EMC 3572	EMI UK		  	1990	G/F
	064 791843 1	EMI 		   	1990

I PITY THE FOOL
   I Pity the Fool / Take My Tip // You've Got a Habit of Leaving / Baby Loves
   That Way
	EMI 2925	EMI UK	            Mar 1979
	CYM 1		SeeForMiles UK      Oct 1982	10"
	SEA 1		SeeForMiles UK      Jun 1985	disc made in France

IMAGES 1966-67
   Rubber Band / Maid of Bond Street / Sell Me a Coat / Love You till Tuesday /
   There is a Happy Land // The Laughing Gnome / The Gospel According to Tony
   Day / Did You Ever Have a Dream / Uncle Arthur / We Are Hungry Men / When I
   Live My Dream // Join the Gang / Little Bombardier / Come And Buy My Toys /
   Silly Boy Blue / She's Got Medals // Please Mr. Gravedigger / London Boys / 
   Karma Man / Let Me Sleep Beside You / In the Heat of the Morning
	BP 61829	London US           May	1973	2 lp G/F Cartoon cover
	SDM 3017/1-2	Deran Germany 	   	1973	2 lp G/F Cartoon cover
	6.28108		Germany		   	1975	2 lp G/F guitar cover 
	DPA 3107/3108	Deram UK            May 1975	2 lp G/F
	278513/14	France		   	19??	2 lp

IN THE BEGINNING VOL.2
   Uncle Arthur / Rubber Band / Love You till Tuesday / We Are Hungry Men /
   Little Bombardier / Silly Boy Blue / Come And Buy My Toys / Join the Gang /
   Maid of Bond Street / Please Mr. Gravedigger
	NDM 770 	Deram Germany       May	1973

INTROSPECTIVE
   I'm Not Losing Sleep / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking About Me / 
   Interview Part 1 // Do Anything You Say / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to 
   Myself / Interview Part 2
	LINT 5001	Tabak UK	   	1990	Spec.Ed. white disc


KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR
	???		UK		   	1984	2 lp
	???		US		   	1985	2 lp

LA ASCENDIA Y CAIDA DE ZIGGY STARDUST Y LAS ARANAS DE MARTE
   same as "THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS"
	LSP 4207	Spain		   	1972

LABYRINTH
   Bowie on : Magic Dance / Chilly Down / As the World Falls Down / Within You
   / Underground
	AML 3104	EMI UK	            Jun 1986
	SU 17206	EMI US	            Jun 1986
	064-2405781	EMI Holland         Jun 1986	

LET'S DANCE
   Modern Love / China Girl / Let's Dance / Without You // Ricochet / Criminal
   World / Cat People / Shake It
	AML 3029	EMI UK	            Apr 1983	w/ lyrics
	ST 17093	EMI US		   	1983	w/ lyrics
	SO 17093	EMI Canada	   	1983	w/ lyrics
	064-400165	EMI Germany	   	1983	w/ lyrics
	AMLP 3029	EMI UK		   	1983	Pic lp
	EYS 91069	EMI Japan	   	1983	Pic lp
	EMI 8155	EMI Argentina	   	1983	Promo w/ lyrics

LET'S TALK
	SPRO 9960	EMI US		   	1983	Promo interview
   
   not the same as above:
	AR 30009	Denmark		   	1983	Pic disc interview
	AR 30010	Denmark		   	1983	Pic disc interview

LIFETIMES
   Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud / Black Country Rock / Oh! You Pretty Things /
   Soul Love / The Prettiest Star / See Emily Play / 1984 / Across the
   Universe // Stay / All the Young Dudes / Breaking Glass / "Heroes" / D.J. /
   Scary Monsters / Round And Round 	
	LIFETIMES 1	RCA UK		   	1983 	Promo, numbered
							 w/ insert
	
LODGER
   Fantastic Voyage / African Night Flight / Move On / Yassassin / Red Sails //
   D.J. / Look Back in Anger / Boys Keep Swinging / Repetition / Red Money
	BOWLP 1		RCA UK	            May 1979	G/F w/ lyrics
	13254		RCA US	            May 1979
	NL 84234	RCA Germany	   	1979	w/ lyrics
	APL 13254	RCA Australia	   	1979	G/F
	AQL 13254	RCA Canada	   	1979	G/F w/ lyrics
	INTS 5212 	RCA UK              Mar 1982

   same as above + / I Pray Ole / Look Back in Anger (1988 version)
	EMD 1026	EMI UK		   	1991	G/F
	7977242		EMI Germany	1991

LONDON BOYS
   Bowie on : Can't Help Thinking About Me / And I Say to Myself / Do Anything
   You Say / Good Morning Girl / I Dig Everything / I'm Not Losing Sleep
	PRT ZL 545	PRT Spain           Jun 1982

LOVE YOU TILL TUESDAY			
   Love You till Tuesday / London Boys / Ching-A-Ling / The Laughing Gnome /
   Liza Jane / When I'm Five // Space Oddity / Sell Me a Coat / Rubber Band /
   Let Me Sleep Beside You / When I Live My Dream 
	BOWIE 1		Deram UK            May	1984

LOW
	EMD 1027	EMI UK		   	199?	G/F

   Speed of Life / Breaking Glass / What in the World / Sound and Vision /
   Always Crashing in the Same Car / Be My Wife / A New Career in a New Town //
   Warszawa / Art Decade / Weeping Wall / Subterraneans
	PL 12030	RCA UK	            Jan	1977	w/ insert
	APL 12030	RCA US	            Jan	1977
	NL 13856	RCA UK	   		19??
	CPL 1-2030	RCA US	   		19??
 	AYL 1-3856	RCA US	   		19??
	NL 13856	RCA Holland		1980
	INTS 5065	RCA UK			198?
	NL 83856	RCA 			1984

MAN OF WORDS MAN OF MUSIC
   same as "DAVID BOWIE" 	 
	SR 61246	Mercury US          Nov	1969

MOI, CHRISTIANE F., 13 ANS, DROGUEE, PROSTITUEE
   same as "CHRISTIANE F. - WIR KINDER VOM BAHNHOF ZOO"
	BL 43606	RCA France	   	1981

NEVER LET ME DOWN
   Interview album
	SPRO 79112/3	EMI US	 	   	1987	Promo
 
   Day-In Day-Out / Time Will Crawl / Beat of Your Drum / Never Let Me Down /
   Zeroes // Glass Spider /  Shining Star (Makin' My Love) / New York's in
   Love / '87 and Cry / Too Dizzy / Bang Bang
	AMLS 3117	EMI UK	            Apr 1987	w/ lyrics
	PJ 17267	EMI US 		  	1987
	PJ 17267	EMI Canada	   	1987
	064-2407461	EMI Holland	   	1987	w/ lyrics
	ST 240746	EMI Australia	   	1987	blue disc

   same as above + / Girls (Japanese version)
	EYS 91221	EMI Japan	   	1987	w/ lyrics

OY VEY BABY
   If There is Something (Tokyo) / Amazing (Chicago) / I Can't Read (Boston) /
   Stateside (New York) // Under the God (Sapporo) / Goodbye Mr. Ed (Tokyo) / 
   Heaven's In Here (New York) / You Belong in Rock'n' Roll (Chicago)
	828328-1	Holland	            Jul	1992

PETER AND THE WOLF
   David Bowie narrates Peter and the Wolf 
	JD 11306	RCA US 	            May 1978	1-side promo

   same as above + // Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra
	ARL 12743	RCA US	            May 1978	green disc
	RL 12743	RCA US	            May	1978	w/ insert	

PIN-UPS
   Rosalyn / Here Comes the Night / I Wish You Would / See Emily Play / 
   Everything's Alright / I Can't Explain // Friday on My Mind / Sorrow / Don't
   Bring Me Down / Shapes of Things / Anyway Anyhow Anywhere / Where Have All
   the Good Times Gone 
	RS 1003		RCA UK	            Oct 1973	w/ lyrics	
	APL 10291	RCA US	            Oct	1973
	RS 1003		RCA Canada	   	1973	
	RS 1003		RCA France	   	1973	w/ lyrics
	?		RCA Italy	   	1973	
	NL 84653	RCA Germany	   	1981
	INTS 5236	RCA UK	            Feb 1983	
	NL 14653	RCA Holland	   	1983
	BOPIC 4		RCA UK	            Mar 1984	Pic disc,numb.insert

   same as above + / Growin up / Amsterdam
	RALP 0136-2	RYKO US		   	1990	G/F numbered	
	EMC 3580	EMI UK		   	1990	G/F
	064-7947671	EMI Germany	   	1990	G/F

PORTRAIT OF A STAR
   same as "LOW" + ""HEROES"" + "LODGER"
	PL 37700	RCA France          Aug 1982	3 lp box w/2 sheets

PROFILE
   Let Me Sleep Beside You / Karma Man / In the Heat of the Morning / Silly Boy
   Blue / Please Mr. Gravedigger / The Laughing Gnome // London Boys / Come and
   Buy My Toys / The Gospel According to Tony Day / There Is a Happy Land /
   Little Bombardier / When I Live My Dream
	624009		Decca Germany       Jun	1979
	
RARE
   Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola / Round and Round / Amsterdam / Holy Holy / Panic
   in Detroit (live) / Young Americans (short version) // Velvet Goldmine / 
   "Heroes" (german) / John I'm Only Dancing (again) / Alabama Song / Chrystal
   Japan
	PL 45406	RCA Italy           Dec	1982
	PL 45406	RCA Germany	   	1982
	PL 45406	RCA UK		   	1982

RARE TRACKS
   I'm Not Losing Sleep / I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking About Me // Do
   Anything You Say / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to Myself
	SHLP 137	Showcase UK	   	1985

RARESTONEBOWIE
	GYLP014		Trident	

RCA SPECIAL RADIO SERIES I
   Intro / Scary Monsters / Interview / It's No Game (part 1) / Space Oddity /
   Ashes to Ashes / Fashion // Intro / Up the Hill Backwards / Interview /
   Kingdom Come / Teenage Wildlife / Scream Like a Baby / It's No Game (part 2)
   Interview album
	DJL 13829	RCA US	            Sep	1980	Promo, purple disc

REVELATIONS - A MUSICAL ANTHOLOGY FOR GLASTONBURY FAYRE 
   Bowie on 'The Supermen'
	REV 1-3		Revelations UK      Apr 1972	3 lp, Ltd.Ed 5000
							w/ inserts

ROCK CONCERT
   Live in Philadelphia july 1974 (same concert as "DAVID LIVE") :
   Rebel Rebel / Changes / Aladdin Sane / All the Young Dudes / Cracked Actor /
   Rock'n' Roll With Me / Watch That Man / Diamond Dogs / Rock'n' Roll Suicide
	PL 42993	RCA Holland         Jul	1979
	
ROCK GALAXY   		
   same as "HUNKY DORY" + "THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST..."
	NL 43593	RCA Germany         Jun 1981	2 lp G/F
	NL 89077 (2)	RCA Germany        	1981	2 lp G/F

SANTA MONICA '72
   Intro / Hang Onto 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
	GYLP 002	Mainman / Trident UK	1994	2 lp, clear vinyl

SCARY MONSTERS (AND SUPER CREEPS)
	DJL 13840 	RCA US	            Sep 1980	Promo interview 
 	???		EMI UK		   	199?	colour disc, deleted
					after one day, approx 100 sold.

   It's No Game (part 1) / Up the Hill Backwards / Scary Monsters / Ashes to
   Ashes / Fashion // Teenage Wildlife / Scream Like a Baby / Kingdom Come /
   Because You're Young / It's No Game (part 2)
	BOWLP 2		RCA UK	            Sep 1980	w/ lyrics
	AQL 13647	RCA US	            Sep 1980	
	AQL 1-3647	RCA Canada	   	1980	w/ lyrics
	PL 83647	RCA Germany	   	1980	w/ lyrics
	???		RCA Philippines	   	1980	
	APL 13647	RCA Australia	  	1980

SOUND AND VISION
   Space Oddity (demo) / Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud / The Prettiest Star /
   London Bye Ta-Ta // Black Country Rock / The Man Who Sold the World / The
   Bewley Brothers / Changes // Round and Round / Moonage Daydream / John I'm
   Only Dancing (sax) / Drive-In Saturday // Panic in Detroit / Ziggy Stardust
   / White Light/White Heat / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Anyway Anyhow Anywhere /
   Sorrow / Don't Bring Me Down / 1984/Dodo / Big Brother // Rebel Rebel /
   Suffragette City / Watch That Man / Cracked Actor // Young Americans /
   Fascination / After Today // It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City / TVC15 /
   Wild Is the Wind / Sound and Vision / Be My Wife / Speed of Life / "Heroes"
   (german) / Joe the Lion // Sons of the Silent Age / Station to Station //
   Warszawa / Breaking Glass / Red Sails / Look Back in Anger // Boys Keep
   Swinging / Up the Hill Backwards / Kingdom Come / Ashes to Ashes 
	RALP 0120/21/22 RYKO US		   	1989	3x2lp box, Ltd.Ed

SPACE ODDITY
   Space Oddity / Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed / Letter to Hermione /
   Cygnet Committee // Janine / An Occasional Dream / Wild Eyed Boy from 
   Freecloud / God Know's I'm Good / Memory of a Free Festival
	LSP 4813	RCA UK	            Oct 1972
	LSP 4813	RCA US	            Oct 1972
	LSP 4813	RCA Canada	   	1972
	???		Spain		   	19??
	PL 84813	?		   	1984

   same as above + / Don't Sit Down / Conversation Piece / Memory of a Free
   Festival Part 1 / Memory of a Free Festival Part 2
	EMC 3571	EMI UK		   	1990	G/F
	RALP 0131-2	RYKO US		 	1990	2 lp G/F

SPECIAL
   same as "BEST OF DAVID BOWIE"
	SRA 9503/4	RCA Japan           Mar 1976	2 lp

STAGE
   Live in Philadelphia, April 28-29, 1978:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Five Years / Soul Love / Star //
   Station to Station / Fame / TVC15 // Warszawa / Speed of Life / Art Decade /
   Sense of Doubt / Breaking Glass // "Heroes" /  What in the World / Blackout
   / Beauty and the Beast
	PL 02913	RCA UK		   	1978	2 lp G/F
	CPL 22913	RCA US		   	1978	2 lp G/F
	PL 12913	RCA Holland	   	1978	2 lp G/F blue disc
	PL 12913	RCA Holland	   	1978	2 lp G/F yellow disc
	???		RCA Japan	   	19??	2 lp
	PL 02913	RCA Germany	   	1978	2 lp G/F
	PL 02913	RCA Italy	   	1978	2 lp G/F

STARMAN
   Space Oddity / God Know's I'm Good / All the Madmen / Black Country Rock //
   Five Years / Soul Love / Moonage Daydream / Starman / Lady Stardust
	C 6026469001	Melodia Russia	   	1989

STARTING POINT		
   The Laughing Gnome / Love You till Tuesday / Please Mr. Gravedigger / We Are
   Hungry Men / London Boys // Come and Buy My Toys / Karma Man / When I Live
   My Dream / Join the Gang / Silly Boy Blue
	LC 50007	Decca Germany       May 1977
	LC 50007	Decca US	   	1977

STATION TO STATION
   Station to Station / Golden Years / Word on a Wing // TVC15 / Stay / Wild Is
   the Wind
	APL 1-1327	RCA UK	            Jan 1976	w/ insert
	FKAY 30947	RCA Italy	   	1976
	PL 81327	RCA Germany	   	19??
	EMD 1020	EMI UK		   	199?	G/F

SUPERSTARS IN CONCERT
   Broadcast November 24-25, 1990
   Space Oddity / Changes / TVC15 / Rebel Rebel / Ashes to Ashes / Starman /
   Fashion / Life on Mars? / Blue Jean / Let's Dance / China Girl / Sound and
   Vision / Ziggy Stardust / Station to Station / Young Americans / Fame
	CO-90-47	Westone Radio Netw. US	199?	3 lp

TELL TALES
   Interview pic disc (1980 interview)
	D.B.1010	Music and media prom.UK	1987	Ltd.Ed.

THE BEST OF BOWIE			
   Space Oddity / Life on Mars ? / Starman / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / John I'm 
   Only Dancing (sax) / The Jean Genie / Breaking Glass / Sorrow // Diamond
   Dogs / Young Americans / Fame / Golden Years / TVC15 / Sound and Vision /
   "Heroes" / Boys Keep Swinging
	NE 1111		RCA/K-TEL UK   dec 1980	'Breaking glass'
			mistitled as 'Drive-In Saturday' on early pressings
	NS 4119		RCA/K-TEL Sweden   	1980

   same as above + / Drive-In Saturday / Beauty and the Beast 
	         - / Young Americans
	BLP 81001	France	            Dec 1980

THE COLLECTION
   The Laughing Gnome / Rubber Band / Love You till Tuesday / Maid of Bond
   Street / Sell Me a Coat // In the Heat of the Morning / Karma Man / Please
   Mr. Gravedigger / London Boys / She's Got Medals // Silly Boy Blue / Join
   the Gang / Did You Ever Have a Dream / The Gospel According to Tony Day /
   I'm Not Losing Sleep // I Dig Everything / Can't Help Thinking About Me / 
   Do Anything You Say / Good Morning Girl / And I Say to Myself
	CCSLP 118	Castle comm.UK      Oct	1985	2 lp G/F

THE FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN 
   Bowie on 'This Is Not America'
	FAL 1		EMI UK	            May 1985

THE GLASS SPIDER TOUR PRESS CONFERENCES 1987	
   London, Amsterdam, Stockholm, New York, Sydney
	Spider 101P	Wax Records UK		1987	Pic disc, Ltd.Ed.
	Spider 101C	Wax Records UK		1987	Yellow disc, Ltd.Ed.

THE HUNGER
   Bowie only on picture
	PD ACH 005	France	            Apr 1983	Pic disc

THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD
   The Width Of a Circle / All the Madmen / Black Country Rock / After All //
   Running Gun Blues / Saviour Machine / She Shook Me Cold / The Man Who Sold
   the World / The Supermen
	SR 61325	Mercury US          Nov 1970	Cartoon cover
	6338 041	Mercury UK          Apr 1971 	Dress cover
	6338 041	Mercury UK          Apr 1971
	???		Mercury Australia 	1971	Dress cover
	6338 041	Mercury Germany		1971 	Round cover
	LSP 4816	RCA UK	            Nov 1972	w/ poster
	LSP 4816	RCA UK	            Nov 1972
	LSP 4816 	RCA US 	            Nov 1972
	LSP 4816	RCA Germany	   	1972
	INTS 5237	RCA UK	            Feb 1983
	NL 14654	RCA Holland	  	1983
	NL 84654	RCA Germany	    Nov	1984
	AFL 1-4816	US		   	19??
	AYL 1-4654	US	   	   	19??	

   same as above + / Lightning Frightening / Holy Holy / Moonage Daydream
   (Arnold Corns version) / Hang Onto Yourself (Arnold Corns Version)
	EMC 3573	EMI UK		    Apr	1990	G/F
	RALP 0132-2	RYKO US		   	1990	2 lp G/F
	064-7918371	EMI Germany	   	1990	

THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS
   Five Years / Soul Love / Moonage Daydream / Starman / It Ain't Easy // Lady
   Stardust / Star / Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Suffragette City /
   Rock'n' Roll Suicide 
	SF 8287		RCA UK	            Jun 1972	w/ lyrics
	LSP 4702	RCA US	            Jun 1972
	LSP 4702	RCA Italy	   	1972
	LSP 4207	RCA Spain	   	1972	"LA ASCENDIA..."
	INTS 5063	RCA UK              Jan 1981
	NL 83843	RCA Germany	   	1983
	BOPIC 3		RCA UK	            Mar 1984	Pic disc 
,numb.insert
	20166		?		   	19??
 	RPL 2102	Japan		   	19??

   same as above + / John I'm Only Dancing (different mix) / Velvet Goldmine /
   Sweet Head / Ziggy Stardust (demo) / Lady Stardust (demo)
 	RALP 0134-2	RYKO US			1990	2 lp G/F Ltd.Ed.
	EMC 3577	EMI UK		   	1990	G/F
 	064-7944001	EMI Germany	   	1990	G/F

THE SINGLES COLLECTION
   (s) = single version
   Space Oddity / Changes / Starman / Ziggy Stardust / Suffragette City / John 
   I'm Only Dancing / The Jean Genie // Drive-In Saturday / Life on Mars? / 
   Sorrow / Rebel Rebel / Rock'n' Roll Suicide / Diamond Dogs

   Knock on Wood / Young Americans / Fame / Golden Years / TVC15 / Sound and
   Vision // "Heroes" (s) / Beauty and the Beast / Boys Keep Swinging / D.J. /
   Alabama Song / Ashes to Ashes / Fashion

   Scary Monsters / Under Pressure / Wild Is the Wind / Let's Dance (s) / China
   Girl (s) / Modern Love (s) / Blue Jean / This Is Not America / Dancing in
   the Street (Clearmountain mix) / Absolute Beginners (s) / Day-In Day-Out (s)
	7243 8 28099 1 3  EMI UK            Nov 1993	

THE WORLD OF DAVID BOWIE
   Uncle Arthur / Love You till Tuesday / There Is a Happy Land / Little 
   Bombardier / Sell Me a Coat / Silly Boy Blue / London Boys // Karma Man /
   Rubber Band / Let Me Sleep Beside You / Come and Buy My Toys / She's Got
   Medals / In the Heat of the Morning / When I Live My Dream 
	SPA 58		Decca UK            Mar 1970	mono/stereo
	SPA 58/ZAL 9453	Decca UK            Apr 1973	Ziggy cover

TIN MACHINE
   Heaven's in Here / Tin Machine / Prisoner of Love / Crack City / I Can't
   Read / Under the God // Amazing / Working Class Hero / Bus Stop / Pretty
   Thing / Video Crimes / Baby Can Dance
	064-7919901	Holland		   	1989	w/ lyrics
	MTLS 1044	UK		    	1989	w/ lyrics
	58607		Argentina	   	1989	Promo

TIN MACHINE II
	828 272-1	London UK           Sep 1991

TINA LIVE IN EUROPE
   Bowie on : Tonight / Let's dance
	7901261		EMI Holland        	1988	2 lp G/F

TONIGHT
   Loving the Alien / Don't Look Down / God Only Knows / Tonight //
   Neighbourhood Threat / Blue Jean / Tumble and Twirl / I Keep Forgetting /
   Dancing With the Big Boys
	DB 1		EMI UK	            Sep 1984	w/ lyrics
	064-2402271	EMI Holland	   	1984	w/ lyrics
	EYS 91092	EMI Japan	   	1984

WHEN THE WIND BLOWS 
   Bowie on 'When the Wind Blows'
	208042-630	Virgin Germany	   	1986

YOUNG AMERICANS
   Young Americans / Win / Fascination / Right // Somebody Up There Likes Me /
   Across the Universe / Can You Hear Me / Fame
	RS 1006		RCA UK	            Mar 1975	w/ lyrics	
	APL 10098	RCA US	            Mar 1975
	APL 10098	RCA US		   	1975	Matt cover w/lyrics
	CPL 1-0998	RCA Canada	   	1975	w/lyrics
	PL 80998	RCA Germany	   	1975
	EMD 1021	EMI UK		   	199?	G/F

ZIGGY STARDUST - THE MOTION PICTURE
   Live in Hammersmith Odeon, July 3, 1973:
   Hang Onto Yourself / Ziggy Stardust / Watch That Man / Medley: Wild Eyed
   Boy from Freecloud/All the Young Dudes/Oh! You Pretty Things // Moonage
   Daydream / Space Oddity / My Death // Cracked Actor / Time / The Width of a
   Circle // Changes / Let's Spend the Night Together / Suffragette City / 
   White Light/White Heat / Rock'n' Roll Suicide 
	PL 84862	RCA UK	            Oct 1983	2 lp G/F
	PL 84862	RCA Germany	   	1983	2 lp G/F
	CPL 2-4862	RCA US		   	1983	2 lp G/F
=========================================================================
                      Sources (copied without permission): 

                         Sheldon Cooper    Ian Davey
                         A.R. Distefano	   Theodore Dreger
                           Sven Gusevik    Scott Hannon
                                    Jay    Jodie
                               B.Larson    The Machman
                                Marlene    Christian Michelsen 
       		     Matthew Muilenburg	   Eric Morel
			        Greg O.    Philip Obbard
		             Ian Rogers    Eric Salo
			   Jim Sheppard    Matthias Stieglitz
		            Una Persson    Eiichi Yoshimura

                          "David Bowie 
          World 7" Records Discography" by Marshall Jarman
                     "Moonage Daydream"	by Dave Thompson
   "'Changes' An Illustrated Biography"	by Stuart Hoggard
	       "David Bowie Black Book"	by Barry Miles
  "David Bowie - An Illustrated Record" by Roy Carr and 
			  		   Charles Shaar Murray
		Record Collector issues 103/116/131/137/153/159/172/185
	                 Goldmine issue 368
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Subject: List of Songs
From: k21721@kyyppari.hkkk.fi (Jarkko Orjatsalo)
Date: 14 Jul 1996 13:03:19 GMT

David Bowie officially released non-live songs July 1996

after the marked time all versions are the same, although they have
been released under different titles.

'87 and Cry			3:53	single version
				4:18	12" edit
1984				3:27
1984/dodo			5:27
A Big Hurt			3:40
A New Career in a New Town	2:50
A Small Plot of Land		6:34
Abdulmajid			3:40
Absolute Beginners		5:35	single version		
				5:37	dub mix
				8:01	full lenght version
Across the Universe		4:30
African Night Flight		2:54
After All			3:51
After Today			3:47
Alabama Song			3:50
Aladdin Sane			5:06
Algeria Touchshriek		2:03
All Saints			3:35
All the Madmen			5:38
Always Crashing in the Same Car	3:26
Amazing				3:03
Amlapura			3:46
Amsterdam			3:19
An Occasional Dream		2:56
And I Say to Myself		2:29
Andy Warhol			3:03	single version
				3:53
Anyway Anyhow Anywhere		3:04
Art Decade			3:43
As the World Falls Down		4:51
Ashes to Ashes			3:35	single version
				4:21
Baal's Hymn			4:02
Baby Can Dance			4:57
Baby Grace			1:39
Baby Universal			3:09	single version
				3:18
Baby Loves That Way		2:59
Ballad of the Adventurers	1:54
Bang Bang			4:29
Bars of the County Jail		2:07
Be My Wife			2:55
Beat of Your Drum		5:03
Beauty and the Beast		3:32
Because You're Young		4:57
Betty Wrong			3:48
Big Brother			3:21
Black Country Rock		3:32
Black Tie White Noise		3:43	3rd floor mix / CHR mix 1
				3:45	Churban mix
				4:03	Al B.Sure! mix / urban mix
				4:10	radio edit / album edit
				4:12 	Waddell's mix / CHR mix 2
				4:52 
				5:32	extended urban remix
				5:44	digi funky's lush mix
				6:36	supa pump mix
				7:15	trance mix
				7:33	club mix
				8:12	extended remix
					Dangers trance mix
					DaJazz mix
Blackout			3:50
Bleed Like a Craze, Dad		5:22
Blue Jean			3:10
				5:16	extended dance mix
Bombers				2:38
Boys Keep Swinging		3:17
Breaking Glass			1:42
Buddha of Suburbia		4:19	(featuring Lenny Kravitz)
				4:21	(rock mix)
				4:28
Bus Stop			1:41
					live country version
Can You Hear Me			5:04
Can't Help Thinking about Me	2:47
Candidate			2:40
				5:05	demo version
Cat People			4:08	original single version
				5:09
				6:41	original version
Changes				3:33
Chant of the Ever Circling 	2:00
Chilly Down			3:45
China Girl			4:14	single version
				5:32
Ching-a-Ling			2:02
Chrystal Japan			3:10
Come and Buy My Toys		2:09
Conversation Piece		3:05
Crack City			4:36
Cracked Actor			2:56
Criminal World			4:25
Cygnet Committee		9:30
Dancing in the Street		3:07	Clearmountain mix
				3:17	instrumental
				3:24	edit
				4:40	Steve Thompson mix
				4:41	dub version
Dancing with the Big Boys	3:34
				7:16	extended dub mix
				7:27	extended dance mix
Day-In Day-Out			4:10	single version
				4:35
				6:30	remix
				7:16	extended dub mix
				7:17	extended dance mix
Dead Against It			5:48
Diamond Dogs			5:56
Did You Ever Have a Dream	2:08
D.J.				3:20	single version
				3:59
Do Anything You Say		2:32
Dodo				2:55
Don't Bring Me Down		2:01
Don't Let Me Down & Down	4:55
Don't Look Down			4:04	re-mixed version
				4:09
				4:50	extended dance mix
Don't Sit Down			0:39
Drive-In Saturday		3:59	single version
				4:29
Eight Line Poem			2:53
Everythings Alright		2:26
Fame 				3:30 	single version
				4:12
Fame 90				3:10	with Queen Latifah
				3:38	Gass mix
				4:06	Acapulco Rap
				4:39	bonus beat mix
				5:58	house mix
				5:58	hip hop mix
			       14:26	absolutely nothing premeditated/epic
Fantastic Voyage		2:55
Fascination			5:43
Fashion				3:23	single version
				4:48
Fill Your Heart			3:07
Five Years			4:42
Friday on My Mind		3:18
Future Legend			1:05
Get Real			2:51
Girls				4:00	japanese version
				4:17	single edit
				5:34	extended edit
Glad I've Got Nobody		2:32
Glass Spider			5:30
God Knows I'm Good		3:16
God Only Knows			3:06
Golden Years			3:27 	single version
				3:58
Good Morning Girl		2:14
Goodbye Mr.Ed			3:24
Growin' Up			3:26
Hallo Spaceboy			4:10 	remix
				5:14
Hang Onto Yourself		2:38
				2:51	Arnold Corns
Heavens in Here			4:21	edited version
				6:01
Here Comes the Night		3:09
"Heroes"			3:32	single version
				3:32	german single version
				3:32	french single version
				3:37	german 1989 remix
				6:07
				6:09	german version
				6:09	french version
Holy Holy			2:20
I Am with Name			4:06
I Can't Explain			2:07
I Can't Read			4:54
I Dig Everything		2:40
I Feel Free			4:52
I Have Not Been to Oxford Town	3:47
I Keep Forgetting		2:34
I Know It's Gonna Happen Somed	4:14
I Pity the Fool			2:13
I Pray Ole			3:59
I Want My Baby Back		2:39
I Wish You Would		2:40
I'll Follow You			2:02
I'm Deranged			4:31
I'm Not Losing Sleep		2:52
Ian Fish, U.K. Heir		6:27
If There Is Something		4:45
In the Heat of the Morning	2:59
It Ain't Easy			2:57
It's Gonna Be Me		6:27
It's Hard to Be a Saint in the	3:46
It's No Game (part 1)		4:18
It's No Game (part 2)		4:25
Janine				3:19
Joe the Lion			3:05
				5:18	remixed version 1991
Join the Gang			2:16
John I'm Only Dancing		2:41	sax version
				2:43	previously unreleased mix
				2:46	single version 1972
				3:26	(again) single version
				6:57	(again)
Julie				3:40
Jump They Say			3:53	radio edit / 7" version / album edit
				3:58 	JAE-E edit / single version
				4:22
				4:48	JAE-E dub
				5:05	club hart remix
				5:32	JAE-E remix
				5:40	album version
				5:40	hard hands mix
				6:13	dub oddity mix
				6:25	Brothers in rhythm instrumental
				7:41	Leftfield remix / Leftfield 12" vocal
				8:28	Brothers in rhythm mix
Karma Man			3:03
Kooks				2:49
Kingdom Come			3:45
Lady Grinning Soul		3:46
Lady Stardust			3:21
				3:35	original demo
Leon Takes Us Outside		1:25
Let Me Sleep Beside You		3:25
Let's Dance			4:08	single version
				7:38
Let's Spend the Night Together	3:03
Letter to Hermione		2:30
Life on Mars ?			3:48
Lightning Frightening		3:38
Little Bombardier		3:26
Liza Jane			2:14
London Bye Ta-Ta		2:33
Look Back in Anger		3:08
				6:59	new version 1988
Looking for Lester		5:36
Louie Louie Go Home		2:09
Love You till Tuesday		2:40	single remix
				3:00	single version
				3:10
Loving the Alien		4:43	re-mixed version
				7:10
				7:14	extended dub mix
				7:27	extended dance mix
Lucy Can't Dance		5:45
Magic Dance			5:11				
					dance mix
					dub mix
Maid of Bond Street		1:44
Man in the Middle		4:04
Memory of a Free Festival	3:31	part 2
				3:59	part 1
				7:07
Miracle Goodnight		4:14
				6:22	12" 2 chord philly mix
				7:40	Maserati blunted dub
					blunted 2
					make believe mix
					dance dub
Modern Love			3:43	live version
				3:56	single version
				4:46
Moonage Daydream		3:52	Arnold Corns
				4:37	
				5:28 	live
Moss Garden			5:03
Move On				3:16
Nathan Adler			0:28
				1:00
Neighborhood Threat		3:11
Neukoln				4:34
Never Let Me Down		2:03	a cappella
				3:57	dub mix
				3:58	single version
				3:58	7" remix edit / edit
				4:02	instrumental
				4:04
				7:03	extended dance mix
New York's in Love		4:32
Nite Flights			4:30
No Control			4:33
Nothing to be desired		2:15
Oh! You Pretty Things		3:12
One Shot			5:11
Outside				4:04
Pallas Athena			4:40
				5:36	don't stop praying
Panic in Detroit		4:25
Peace on Earth/little Drummer	2:32
				4:24	long version
Please Mr.Gravedigger		2:34
Pretty Pink Rose		4:07	edit
				4:43
Pretty Thing			4:39
Prisoner of Love		4:50
Queen Bitch			3:13
Quicksand			4:43	demo version
				5:03	
Ramona A.Stone / I Am with Name	4:01
Real Cool World			4:16	album edit
				4:24	radio remix
				4:29	instrumental
				5:25
				5:30	12" club mix
				6:56	cool dub thing #2
				7:29	cool dub thing #1
				9:12	cool dub overture
Rebel Rebel			2:58	orig.us single version
				4:30
Red Money			4:17
Red Sails			3:43
Remembering Marie A.		2:04
Repetition			2:59
Ricochet			5:13
Right				4:13
Rock'n' Roll Suicide		2:57
Rock'n' Roll with Me		4:00
Rosalyn				2:27
Round and Round			2:39
Rubber Band			2:16
Run				3:20
Running Gun Blues		3:11
Sacrifice Yourself		2:08
Saviour Machine			4:25
Scary Monsters			3:29	single version
				5:10
Scream Like a Baby		3:35
See Emily Play			4:03
Sell Me a Coat			2:53	remix
				3:00
Sense of Doubt			3:57
Sex And the Church		6:25
Shake It			3:49
				5:20	remix
Shapes of Things		2:47
She Shook Me Cold		4:13
She's Got Medals		2:36
Shining Star (Makin' My Love)	5:04
Shopping for Girls		3:44
Silly Boy Blue			3:49
Some Are			3:24
Somebody Up There Likes Me	6:30
Song for Bob Dylan		4:12
Sons of the Silent Age		3:15
Sorrow				2:48
Sorry				3:29
Soul Love			3:33
Sound and Vision		3:02
				3:58	808 gift mix
				4:07	808 'lectric blue mix
				4:43	David Richards remix 1991
South Horizon			5:26
Space Oddity			3:31	the singles 1969-1993 version
				3:45	original version
				4:50	1980 single version
				5:02	italian version
				5:07	original demo
				5:14
Speed of Life			2:45
Star				2:47
Starman				3:58	single version
				4:16
Stateside			5:38
Station to Station	       10:04
Stay				3:21	single version
				6:09
Strangers When We Meet		4:21	edit
				4:58	Buddha
				5:07	Outside
Subterraneans			5:37
Suffragette City		3:25
Sweet Head			4:14
Sweet Thing			2:31	reprise
				3:39
Take My Tip			2:14
Teenage Wildlife		6:56
That's Motivation		4:14
That's Where My Heart Is	2:29
The Bewley Brothers		5:19	alternate mix
				5:21
The Dirty Song			0:37
The Drowned Girl		2:24
The Gospel According to Tony 	2:50
The Hearts Filthy Lesson	3:32	radio edit
				4:56	Bowie mix
				4:57	
				5:01 	Simenon mix
				5:19 	Alt.Mix
				5:51	Filthy mix
				6:38	Simple text mix
				7:41	Rubber mix
The Jean Genie			4:02
The Laughing Gnome		3:03
The London Boys			3:18
The Man Who Sold the World	3:35	live
				3:55
The Motel			6:49
The Mysteries			7:12
The Prettiest Star		3:09	single version
				3:26
The Secret Life of Arabia	3:46
The Supermen			2:41	alternate version 1971
				3:38
The Voyeur of Utter Destruction	4:21
The Wedding			5:04
The Wedding Song		4:29
There Is a Happy Land		3:11
This Is Not America		3:51
				3:51	instrumental
Thru' These Architects Eyes	4:22
Time				5:09
Time will crawl			4:03	single version
				4:18
				5:09	dub mix
				5:29	dance crew mix
				6:03	extended dance mix
Tin Machine			3:34
Tonight				3:43
				4:18	dub mix
				4:29	vocal dance mix
Too Dizzy			3:59
Tumble and Twirl		4:58
				5:03	extended dance mix
TVC15				3:43	single version
				5:28
Uncle Arthur			2:09
Under Pressure			4:07	live
				4:08
Under the god			4:06
Underground			4:25	edited version
				5:40	instrumental
				5:57
				5:59	dub 
				7:51	extended dance mix
Untitled No.1			5:01
Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly	6:10
Up the Hill Backwards		3:14
V-2 Schneider			3:10
Velvet Goldmine			3:09
Video Crime			3:52
Volare				3:12
Warszawa			6:17
Watch That Man			4:25
We Are Hungry Men 		2:58
We Are the Dead			4:58
We Prick You			4:33
Weeping Wall			3:25
What in the World		2:20
When I Live My Dream		3:22
				3:55	single remix
When I'm Five			2:07
When the Wind Blows		3:32
				3:36	instrumental
				5:35	extended mix
Where Have All the Good Times   2:35
Who Can I Be Now		4:36
Width of a Circle		8:05
Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud	4:47
				4:48	original single version
Wild Is the Wind		5:58
Win				4:44
Wishful Beginnings		5:08
Within You			3:29
Without You			3:09
Word on a Wing			3:10	single version
				5:57	
Working Class Hero		4:38
Yassassin			4:10
You Belong in Rock'n' Roll	4:07
You Can't Talk			3:09
You've Been Around		4:24	dangers remix
				4:45
You've Got the Habit of Leaving	2:29
Young Americans			3:10	single version
				5:10	
Zeroes				5:44
Ziggy Stardust			2:35	original demo
				3:13

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