David Bowie THE VERY BEST LIVE AT THE MONTREAL FORUM 1983 / SERIOUS MOONLIGHT TOUR CODE 7 - PROTUS CD Pre-Order
David Bowie Let's Dance Let's Dance is the 15th studio album by David Bowie. Originally released in 1983, now gets a remastered reissue! Parlophone CD | LP
David Bowie Young Americans (45th Anniversary) Available from the front door of Banquet now. No details of any online date yet. Originally released in March 1975, Young Americans was the David Bowie’s ninth studio album. To celebrate its 45th anniversary Parlophone is proud to announce a special limited edition ‘bricks & mortar’ outlet only gold vinyl version of the album. Young Americans was a huge departure for Bowie, creating a sound during sessions in Philadelphia and New York that he described as ‘Plastic Soul’. The album's two hit singles, the title track and the John Lennon co-write Fame, are viewed as amongst Bowie's very best with the latter giving him his first US #1. Parlophone LP
David Bowie Best Of Dallas '78 - Isolar II World Tour Best of Bowie, live from the Dallas Convention Center on 10th April 1978 Escaping his drug-fuelled life in Los Angeles at the end of 1976, David Bowie took up residence in Berlin, and between 1977 and 1979 he kicked his coke habit, rediscovered his love of painting, and in so doing, reinvigorated his musical career. During this period he released three albums known to Bowie aficionados as the Berlin Trilogy, comprising of the albums Low (1977), Heroes (1977), and Lodger (1979). David Bowie’s Isolar II World Tour in 1978 introduced the world to the first two of these albums – Low and Heroes - and took him to 14 countries. For the first time since starting out as Davy Jones in the sixties, Bowie was Bowie, not Ziggy, not Halloween Jack, nor the sinister and skeletal Thin White Duke. This was Bowie the suffering, introspective artist. This concert, recorded by NPR and broadcast live, features the best of Bowie’s Dallas Convention Center gig in Texas in the opening leg of the Isolar II World Tour. PROTUS LP
David Bowie Heroes 180g vinyl reissue of the adored 1977 album from the legendary David Bowie. Parlophone CD | LP
David Bowie Metrobolist (aka The Man Who Sold The World) November 2020 sees the 50th Anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s The Man Who Sold The World in North America. The album marks the beginning of a collaboration with guitarist Mick Ronson that would last through classic works including Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane—as well as the first in a 10-year series of indispensable albums stretching through 1980’s Scary Monsters… Originally titled Metrobolist, the album's name was changed at the last minute to The Man Who Sold The World. The 2020 re-release of the album under its Metrobolist moniker has been remixed by original producer Tony Visconti, with the exception of the track ‘After All’ which Tony considered perfect as is, and is featured in its 2015 remaster incarnation. The Metrobolist 50th anniversary artwork has been created by Mike Weller who was behind the historically controversial “dress” cover which Mercury Records refused to release. As well as a 180g black vinyl edition, it will come in 2020 limited edition handwritten numbered copies on gold vinyl (# 1971 - 2020) and on white vinyl (# 1 - 1970) all randomly distributed. Parlophone CD | LP
David Bowie More Sounds + Visions The SOUND+VISION tour was Bowie’s famous 1990 worldwide concert tour. The tour was promoted as a greatest hits tour after which Bowie would retire his back catalogue of hit songs from live performance. This 10-inch double album collector’s edition is pressed on silver vinyl. Featuring the very best of the performances from the SOUND+VISION tour, here is the ultimate anthology featuring the best of Bowie - from the best of Bowie tour! This remarkable double-album is unique as the 10-inch format brings an extra-dimension of exclusivity to the limited edition of only 1000 copies. The added impact comes from the fact that this unique commemorative collection is presented in a beautiful gatefold sleeve which opens to unveil the words of Bowie himself. 10"