David Bowie Conversation Piece CONVERSATION PIECE is a five CD box set tracking David’s early development throughout 1968 and 1969, via his home demos, BBC radio sessions, studio recordings with guitarist John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson and the experimental music and mime group, Feathers. The collection also celebrates the 50th anniversaries of the release of the ‘Space Oddity’ single and David’s second album, David Bowie (aka Space Oddity). The set contains twelve previously unreleased tracks/demos from the period as well as a brand new mix of the Space Oddity (aka David Bowie) album by longtime Bowie producer/collaborator Tony Visconti. The new mix of the album now features the title track of the boxset ‘Conversation Piece’ restored to the tracklisting in its initially intended position before it was originally dropped due to time constraints of vinyl. The 120 page hardback book accompanying the box features exclusive memorabilia from the personal collection of David’s former manager, the late Ken Pitt, as well as from the David Bowie Archive®, and includes photos by Ray Stevenson, Vernon Dewhurst, David Bebbington, Ken Pitt, Alec Byrne, Tony Visconti and Jojanneke Claasen. The sleeve notes have been written for the release by Bowie experts Mark Adams, Tris Penna and Kevin Cann along with contributions from David’s lifelong friend George Underwood, Tony Visconti, Vernon Dewhurst, Dana Gillespie and John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson. CD
David Bowie Loving The Alien (1983 - 1988) LP boxset contains 15 vinyl discs. CD boxset contains 11 CDs. The follow-up to the awarding winning and critically acclaimed DAVID BOWIE 'FIVE YEARS (1969 – 1973)' and DAVID BOWIE 'A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982)'. The box contains newly remastered versions of David's most commercially successful period 'LET'S DANCE', 'TONIGHT', 'NEVER LET ME DOWN (ORIGINAL and 2018 VERSIONS)', the live album 'GLASS SPIDER (Live Montreal '87)', the previously unreleased 'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT' live album, a collection of original remixes entitled 'DANCE' and the non-album / alternate version / b-sides and soundtrack music compilation RE:CALL 4. The highlight of this latest box is the brand new production of the 1987 album 'NEVER LET ME DOWN' by Bowie producer / engineer Mario McNulty with new instrumentation by Bowie collaborators Reeves Gabrels (guitar), David Torn (guitar), Sterling Campbell (drums), Tim Lefebvre (bass) as well as string quartet with arrangements by Nico Muhly and a guest cameo by Laurie Anderson on 'Shining Star (Makin' My Love)'. The seeds of this new reimagining of the albums were first sown in 2008 when David asked Mario McNulty to remix the track 'Time Will Crawl' and record new drums by longtime Bowie drummer, Sterling Campbell along with strings. The track was issued on the iSelect compilation to much acclaim, and in the notes, for that record, David remarked 'Oh, to redo the rest of that album'. The new re-workings have revealed 'Never Let Me Down' as a very strong collection of songs with a dark thematic thread running through them. Fans listening to 'NEVER LET ME DOWN (2018)' would be forgiven for thinking that they were listening to a brand new 'lost' Bowie record. Also in each box is the never before released 'SERIOUS MOONLIGHT' live album recorded in Montreal in 1983. Originally mixed at the time by Bob Clearmountain, the double album captures Bowie on what at that time was his most successful tour. The artwork features shots taken by photographer Denis O'Regan. Exclusive to each box is 'RE:CALL 4' and 'DANCE'. The former a new compilation featuring remastered contemporary single versions, non-album singles, album edits, b-sides and songs featured on soundtracks such as Labyrinth, Absolute Beginners and When The Wind Blows. 'DANCE' features 12 contemporaneous remixes some of which are appearing on CD and vinyl for the first time and is named after an unreleased Bowie remix album that was originally slated for release in November 1985. The box set's accompanying 84 page book features rarely seen and previously unpublished photos by photographers including Denis O'Regan, Greg Gorman, Herb Ritts and many others as well as historical press reviews and technical notes about the albums from producers/engineers Nile Rodgers, Hugh Padgham, Mario McNulty and Justin Shirley-Smith. Parlophone CD | LP
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David Bowie David Bowie Box Five catalogue albums, plus bonus discs – each with individual booklets A limited edition, one-off run containing David Bowie’s 5 albums from the last decade. This is a 10CD box set which contains the following five albums, all issued as two-CD sets: Outside (1995), Earthling (1997) Hours… (1999), Heathen (2002) and Reality (2003). Each album comes with a bonus disc containing remixes, bonus material previously released on special editions, extra tracks from single releases and remixes by remixes by Moby, Marius de Vries. Each album comes in a papersleeve which are replicas of original vinyl sleeves and presented in a slipcase Sony BMG CD
David Bowie Clareville Grove Demos Following on from Spying Through A Keyhole, in early 1969 at his flat in Clareville Grove, London, David Bowie with John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson continued to demo Space Oddityand other tracks. This live demo tape session is released as a 7" vinyl singles box set of six home demos, four of which are previously unreleased recordings. As with the Spying Through A Keyhole vinyl singles box set, the design of each single label is presented to reflect the way David sent many of his demos to publishers and record companies, featuring his own handwritten song titles on EMIDISC acetate labels with cover and print photos by David’s then manager Ken Pitt taken in the Clareville Grove flat. The singles themselves are all mono and play at 45 r.p.m. Due to the nature of some of the solo home demos where Bowie accompanied himself on acoustic guitar, the recording quality isn’t always of a usual studio fidelity. This is partly due to David’s enthusiastic strumming hitting the red on a couple of the tracks, along with the limitations of the original recording equipment and tape degradation. However, the historical importance of these songs and the fact that the selections are from an archive of tracks cleared for release by Bowie, overrides this shortcoming. Parlophone 7"
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