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Osaka Set List And Pix From Celine

on March 10, 2004

Shinbun wa kaki tateru...

DB's final Japanese show, (for the time being at least) at the Castle Hall in Osaka has ended, and BowieNetter Celine was there yet again to get the set list and a couple of great shots for us.

According to Celine, among the highlights this evening was a Stylophone freak out which the band joined in with to a marvellously cacophonic effect... and that DB enjoyed so much, they performed it again!

There was also lots of amusing interaction from David as ever, but I can't help thinking lines like: "Earl Slick spends a lot of time in Japan as he works in a Japanese

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Tokyo#2 Set List

on March 09, 2004

Shiruetto ya kage ga kakumei o miteiru...

David's second show at the Nippon Budokan Hall in Tokyo has just ended, and according to BowieNetter Celine, it was an altogether different experience to last night's show. Her online communication with me just now was sprinkled with superlatives such as "mind-blowing" and "amazing".

When I asked her (already half knowing the answer) why it was so different from the previous evening, she responded with one word: "The crowd!"...two words actually, but the same old story: Good Crowd = DB make good show!

David was in particularly fine voice and in top

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New Orleans Bowienet Pre-sale Now On

on March 08, 2004

You'd let me know when the time was now...

As you should know via an e-mail from BowieNet by now, there's yet another A Reality Tour ticket thing going on... and here it is...

April 30th 2004 - Saenger Theater - New Orleans, LA

Click on the image above or go to the A Reality Tour tickets page for all your ticket requirements.

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Tokyo#1 Set List And Press Conference Snippet

on March 08, 2004

OK, Tokyo...

David Bowie's first Japanese show in eight years ended a few hours ago. He performed a 26-song set at the Nippon Budokan Hall in Tokyo, and according to BowieNetter Celine, his opening greeting to the crowd directly after Rebel Rebel was a touching: "Tokyo mother-fuckers how are you?" Celine says it was a fine performance, that even some over-zealous security and an unusually polite audience didn't manage to taint too much for her.

Earlier in the day, David, (dressed casually in grey cargo trousers and a hooded sweat shirt) gave a press conference for the assembled media. Our

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