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David Bowie - 1978 World Tour, Sportshalle Cologne Album

David Bowie - 1978 World Tour, Sportshalle Cologne Album
1978 World Tour, Sportshalle Cologne
David Bowie
Classic Rock, Glam
MP3 album size:
1797 mb
FLAC album size:
1846 mb
Dutch Connection


1Station To Station13:10
2Hang On To Yourself3:37
4Band Introduction/Five Years6:15
5The Jean Genie7:01
6Beauty And The Beast6:19
7Suffragette City4:07
10Sense Of Doubt3:36
11Rebel Rebel5:06
12TVC 155:57
13Alabama Song4:29
16Art Decade3:47
17Soul Love3:15
19Be My Wife3:08
20Speed Of Life2:58
21What In The World5:25
22Breaking Glass3:49
23Ziggy Stardust4:03


Recorded at the Sporthalle in Köln on 19th May 1978.. Audience Recordings.


  • Recorded At – Sporthalle, Köln


The Isolar II The 1978 World Tour, more commonly known as The Low, Heroes World Tour or The Stage Tour, was a worldwide concert tour by David Bowie. The tour opened on 29 March 1978 at the San Diego Sports Arena continuing through North America, Europe and Australia before reaching a conclusion at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on 12 December 1978. Originally, Brian Eno planned to be a part of the tour band, but had to drop out due to health reasons. The band only had two weeks to rehearse for the. Opening on 29th March, 'The 1978 World Tour' visited fifteen countries and produced a total of seventy-nine performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie vocals, keyboards, Carlos Alomar rhythm guitar, Adrian Belew lead guitar, Dennis Davis drums, percussion, Simon House electric violin, Sean Mayes piano, string ensemble, George Murray bass and Roger Powell keyboards, synthesisers. On the 11th and 14th November, Dennis Garcia keyboards, synthesisers replaced Roger Powell. Songs in album David Bowie - Stage CD1 1978. David Bowie - Warzawa. David Bowie - Heroes. David Bowie - What In The World. David Bowie - Be My Wife. David Bowie - Blackout. Get the David Bowie Setlist of the concert at Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany on May 19, 1978 from the Isolar II Tour and other David Bowie Setlists for free on . Stage is the second live album by English musician David Bowie, recorded on the Isolar II Tour, and released by RCA Records in 1978. First UK pressings were on translucent yellow vinyl and some European pressings were also available on blue vinyl. Though it was rumouredat the time that this would be his final outing with the label, following dissatisfaction over the promotion of Low and Heroes, Bowie remained with RCA until 1982. Tour band 1978 The Low and Heroes World Tour : David Bowie vocals, chamberlain Adrian Belew lead guitar, backing vocals Carlos Alomar rhythm guitar, backing vocals music director George Murray bass guitar, backing vocals Dennis Davis drums, percussion Roger Powell keyboards, synthesizer ,Moog Taurus bass pedals ,backing vocals except 1114 November 1978 Dennis Garcia keyboards, synthesizer 1114 November 1978 only Sean Mayes . David Bowie performs in Oslo, Norway, 5 June 1978. Associated album. Low & Heroes. Bowie had the band learn the entirety of the Ziggy Stardust album in rehearsals, although most of the songs were never performed live on the tour. The instrumental track Art Decade typically followed the Ziggy Stardust tracks, a mellow track to follow the energy of the Ziggy Stardust material. Tracks from the 1976 album Station To Station were the closing numbers. Isolar II - The 1978 World Tour - Infobox concert tour concert tour name Isolar II - The 1978 World Tour image caption artist David Bowie location locations North AmericaEuropeAustraliaNew ZealandJapan type Bowie Artist Format: Audio CD. Ottima registrazione ma, sfortunatamente solo le prime 5 tracce sono state registrate a Dallas nel 1978. Il resto dell'album ripropone il concerto registrato a Tokyo il . Read more. One person found this helpful. David Bowie: Check Out Exclusive, Never-Before-Seen Vintage Images of the Rock Icon in 1978. 1202016 by Peter Katsis. These shows took place at Chicago's Arie Crown Theater on April 17 and 18, 1978. The tour became known as the Isolar II Tour. Since it followed the Low and Heroes albums, this tour was two-thirds through Bowie's Berlin Trilogy period. Many Bowie fans considered it his most creative and prolific time period, the best combination of invention and artistry. Confidence and control of every note, every move, every costume change