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David Bowie - Chatham Central Hall, June 12, 1973 Album

David Bowie - Chatham Central Hall, June 12, 1973 Album
Performer: David Bowie
Title: Chatham Central Hall, June 12, 1973
Country: Europe
Genre: Rock
Catalog number: CD120673
Label: Dutch Connection
MP3 album szie: 1887 mb
FLAC album size: 1360 mb

Tracklist

1Hang On To Yourself2:41
2Space Oddity5:25
3Medley: Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud/All The Young Dudes/Oh! You Pretty Things6:33
4Watch That Man3:55
5Changes3:28
6The Width Of A Circle10:50
7Let's Spend The Night Together3:41
8Ziggy Stardust3:11
9Time5:08
10Moonage Daydream7:33
11Band Introduction0:49
12The Jean Genie5:53

Notes

Recorded at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester on 7th June 1973.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Central Hall, Chatham

Short intro

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