Parlophone are set to re-issue the Live at Los Angeles album as limited edition vinyl
Rob Woj
12:22 11th May 2017

Due to fan demand, David Bowie’s record label Parlophone have announced a full edition release of the late artist’s ‘Live in Los Angeles’ album.

The album, released as part of Record Store Day, is a special one-off recording of the artist in Los Angeles in 1974. This gig, from the apt Philly Dogs Tour, has gone down as one of Bowie’s great legacy shows. Remaining completely unreleased until last month, the record was the biggest selling vinyl akbum on Record Store Day this year.

The show was one of the first to feature his long-time collaborators and touring band members, Earl Slick and Carlos Alomar.

Cracked Actor was produced by David Bowie and mixed by Tony Visconti at Human Studios, NYC in October and November 2016.

‪The gold vinyl versions of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars and Hunky Dory are being released 45 years to the day of the first issuing of Ziggy. They will only be available as a strictly limited edition one-off run in ‘bricks and mortar’ stores and their online storefronts, but will not be available from online only retailers.

The record will be issued as a limited edition Gold vinyl, and as 2-CD and download edition.

CD 1
1. Introduction (Live)
2. 1984 (Live)
3. Rebel Rebel (Live)
4. Moonage Daydream (Live)
5. Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise) [Live]
6. Changes (Live)
7. Suffragette City (Live)
8. Aladdin Sane (Live)
9. All The Young Dudes (Live)
10. Cracked Actor (Live)
11. Rock ‘N’ Roll With Me (Live)

CD 2
1. Knock On Wood (Live)
2. It’s Gonna Be Me (Live)
3. Space Oddity (Live)
4. Diamond Dogs (Live)
5. Big Brother (Live)
6. Time (Live)
7. The Jean Genie (Live)
8. Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide (Live)
9. John, I’m Only Dancing (Again) [Live]


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