David Bowie When I Live My Dream A 7" picture disc from David Bowie, with 2 tracks recorded on the Top Ear Session at Piccadilly 1 Studio on the 18th December 1967. 7"
David Bowie Station To Station (45th Anniversary) Indies and high street retailers exclusive LP is on 'random red + white' coloured vinyl. Originally released 23rd January 1976, Station To Station was David Bowie’s tenth studio album. To celebrate its 45th anniversary Parlophone is proud to announce a special limited edition ‘bricks & mortar’ only red & white vinyl pressing of the album. 45 years on from its release 'Station To Station' is now seen as a musical bridge between the 'plastic soul’ of 1975’s 'Young Americans' and the experimental beginning of Bowie’s Berlin era that was 1977’s ‘Low'. The album’s first single 'Golden Years’ was a hit on both sides of the Atlantic and one of five singles released from the six-song album (though the title track was only released on 45 in France and ’Stay’ was a single exclusively in the USA). Parlophone LP
David Bowie Mother / Tryin To Get To Heaven To celebrate what would have been the 74th birthday of David Bowie on the 8th January, two previously unreleased cover versions John Lennon’s MOTHER and Bob Dylan’s TRYIN’ TO GET TO HEAVEN will be released as a very special limited edition 7” single. The 7” single is limited to 8147 numbered copies, 1000 of which of the 7”s will be on cream coloured vinyl available only from the official David Bowie store and Warner Music’s D2C stores. Originally recorded by Lennon for his 1970 album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, Bowie's version of MOTHER was produced by Tony Visconti in 1998 for a Lennon tribute that never came to fruition. Bob Dylan’s original TRYIN’ TO GET TO HEAVEN was released on his 1997 Album of the Year GRAMMY winning Time Out Of Mind. David’s version was recorded in February 1998 during the mixing sessions for the live album. 7"
David Bowie We Could Be Heroes - The Legendary Broadcasts In late 1976 Bowie moved away from drug infested L.A. to Berlin where he was able to live in relative anonymity. It was during this time that he recorded his self-titled ‘Triptych’ of Low, Heroes andThe Lodger. In-between the recording of Heroes and The Lodger Bowie embarked upon the Isolar II World Tour in 1978. This limited edition Picture Disc contains the highlights from the live broadcast of the last night of the Isolar II World Tour from the NHK Hall in Japan on 12th December 1978. CODA LP
David Bowie Let Me Sleep Beside You A 7" picture disc from David Bowie, with 2 tracks recorded on the 1st September 1967 at Advision Studios. 7" Pre-Order
David Bowie The Man Who Sold The World 180g Audiophile Vinyl of David Bowie's third album released in 1970 Warner LP
David Bowie Live In Tokyo, 1990. Recorded live at Tokyo Dome. May 16, 1990 The Sound + Vision Tour was a 1990 concert tour by English musician David Bowie that was billed as a greatest hits tour in which Bowie would retire his back catalogue of hit songs from live pe,formance. The tour opened at the Colisee De Quebec in Quebec City, Canada on 4 March 1990 before reaching its conclusion at the River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 29 September 1990, spanning.five continents in seven months. The concert tour surpassed Bowie's previous Serious Moonlight (1983) and Glass Spider (I 987) Tours' statistics by visiting 27 countries with 108 performances. Edouard Lock of La La La Human Steps co-conceived and was artistic director for this lour. Bowie spent the early few months of 1990 preparing for the lour in a rehearsal hall on Manha/Ian's west side. Rolling Stone described the 1990 summer concert season "a concert season lo remember", and included the Sound+ Vision Tour as one of its highlights. Bowie specifically chose a smaller band for the tour, saying in a contemporay interview that "It's a much smaller sound. It's not quite as orchestrated as any of the other tours. Radio Sound Broadcast LP Pre-Order