Glastonbury 2000 (Live)

David BowieNovember 30, 2018
Rock℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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Disc 1

Songs
Artist
1
Introduction (Greensleeves) [Live, Glastonbury, 2000]1:48Mike Garson
2
Wild Is The Wind (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)6:54David Bowie
3
China Girl (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:24David Bowie
4
Changes (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)3:40David Bowie
5
Stay (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)7:12David Bowie
6
Life On Mars? (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:43David Bowie
7
Absolute Beginners (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)7:50David Bowie
8
Ashes To Ashes (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)5:21David Bowie
9
Rebel Rebel (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:12David Bowie
10
Little Wonder (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)3:57David Bowie
11
Golden Years (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:07David Bowie

Disc 2

Songs
Artist
1
Fame (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:25David Bowie
2
All The Young Dudes (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)3:43David Bowie
3
The Man Who Sold The World (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)3:51David Bowie
4
Station To Station (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)9:49David Bowie
5
Starman (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)4:51David Bowie
6
Hallo Spaceboy (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)5:28David Bowie
7
Under Pressure (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)5:23David Bowie
8
Ziggy Stardust (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)3:54David Bowie
9
"Heroes" (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)5:58David Bowie
10
Let's Dance (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)7:06David Bowie
11
I'm Afraid Of Americans (Live, Glastonbury, 2000)5:43David Bowie
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22
Released
November 30, 2018
Label
℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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Starting in 2002, David Bowie released two excellent albums in quick succession with old friend Tony Visconti (the brooding Heathen and the more rocking Reality) that showcased a refreshed and reinvigorated artist. Neither of these were the reputation-changers they deserved to be but funny how emergency heart surgery and a decade spent out of the public eye reverses the blasé attitudes of both public and press.

Taken as a complete experience, The Next Day comes off as a rebellion against everything in current pop. The album was recorded very quickly, without fuss (which, truth to tell, is the usual Bowie way of working) and the songs don't outstay their welcome. Instead of riding on endless grooves provided by industry insiders, Bowie once again works with Visconti and gathers old friends on songs that have a jagged, live-in-the-studio feel. Records may just be promos for monster, money-making tours now but Bowie isn't doing concerts. The internet gives us non-stop celebrity culture, but Bowie isn't talking—so there aren't any interviews with the warm, witty Cockney to contrast against the regal, iconic alien.

Spiky and agitated without coming off as bitter, the album hurtles out of the gate with the title track, slows down on the caustic "Dirty Boys" and jumbles celebrity and mortality on "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)." The majority of the songs here are lean rockers, with Station to Station's Earl Slick juggling the lead guitar slot with David Torn. Sometimes the songs brush past previous works (is that the drum intro to "Five Years" ending "You Feel So Lonely You Could Die"?) but this is an album about the rush to a future we know isn't going to end well for any of us. The elegiac love song "Where Are We Now?" treats memories like the walking dead and holds on to loved ones in the here and now. David Bowie doesn't pretend to have any answers with The Next Day but he still pushes ahead because that is what artists do -- they create. Instead of leaving you feeling empty, listening to this dark album is a strangely satisfying, enlivening experience. – Nick Dedina, Google Play
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