The current edition of Q magazine has a Bowie track on its cover-mounted free CD. Though masquerading as an "Essential Glastonbury" CD, the inclusion of 1984 on this fine compilation is a clear plug for next week's Diamond Dogs 30th Anniversary 2CD edition, reviewed within the magazine's pages.
The full-page 4-star review utilises a half-page pic from the Rebel Rebel photo session (you know the one, with the eye-patch, red Kent guitar and interesting bulge) and includes such praise as this: Rebel Rebel and the title track remain his most priapic singles, (Blammo
A Reality Tour celebrated its 100th show with a second concert at the Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ, last night.
As is the way with second shows at the same venue, David always made enough changes to the setlist to keep it interesting for those attending two nights in a row. But even this wasn't enough to keep the little angel below awake past the first three songs or so. She was apparently sat with her parents right in the front row, but it all became a bit too much... how she slept through that volume, God only knows. Kids of today, eh?
The 98th show of David Bowie's A Reality Tour took place at the Ford Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA, last night. BowieNetter mandn has sent in a long review, sadly too long to reproduce in full here, but I'm sure she can be persuaded to post the complete thing on the MBs.
There are also a couple of online reviews. But first, here's the full officially-confirmed 24-song setlist courtesy of HNB:
Scranton May 27th 2004
01 Rebel Rebel 02 Cactus 03 Sister Midnight 04 New Killer Star 05 Looking For Water 06 All The Young Dudes 07 China Girl 08 The Loneliest