David Bowie: Serious Moonlight

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Released 1999

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David Bowie
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1999
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David Bowie: Serious Moonlight was recorded at the singer's September 1983 live performance at the Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia. The date was one of an impressive 96 in the Serious Moonlight tour, his longest and most successful tour, which took in 16 countries and sold over 2.5 million tickets. Bowie performs an extensive selection of his own songs taken from 13 of his albums spanning the years from 1969 to 1983. Tracks include "Space Oddity," "Life on Mars?," "Heroes," "Young Americans" and "Modern Love." A number of covers like The Who's "I Can't Explain," John Lennon's "Imagine" and Lou Reed's "White Light/White Heat" also feature in the eclectic and heady mix. Supported by backing dancers in a variety of outlandish costumes and poses, Bowie showcases the distinctly show-stopping 80s fashion which became his trademark, and delivers a show that would ultimately be watched by fans all over the world. The recording was first released on VHS in 1984, on DVD in 2006, before making its iTunes debut in 1999.moreless

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