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Yokohama Stadium 1983 [Wardour-253, 2CD]

Serious Moonlight Tour. Live at the Yokohama Sutajiamu, Yokohama, Japan; October 25, 1983. Most likely very good audience recording (although it was listed as a soundboard).

Thanks to chrisnathou for sharing the show at Bowiestation; and to weirdgilly for sharing it at Dime.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Alan Freed’s ”Right Now Right Now” Intro 2:08
Track 102. Introduction 0:14
Track 103. Look Back In Anger 2:50
Track 104. Heroes 4:56
Track 105. What In The World 3:53
Track 106. Golden Years 3:44
Track 107. Fashion 2:47
Track 108. Let’s Dance 4:41
Track 109. Breaking Glass 2:52
Track 110. Life On Mars 4:10
Track 111. Sorrow 2:51
Track 112. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) 4:27
Track 113. China Girl 5:22
45 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 3:44
Track 202. Rebel Rebel 2:26
Track 203. White Light White Heat 5:54
Track 204. Station To Station 10:10
Track 205. Cracked Actor 4:21
Track 206. Ashes To Ashes 4:08
Track 207. Space Oddity 5:30
Track 208. Band Introduction 1:01
Track 209. Young Americans 5:09
Track 210. Fame 5:51
Track 211. Encores-Star 2:52
Track 212. Stay 8:05
Track 213. The Jean Genie 5:56
Track 214. Encore-Modern Love 4:01
69 mins

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  1. 17 Responses to “DAVID BOWIE - YOKOHAMA 1983”

  2. Class…..sadly missed

    By Grim Reaper on Aug 15, 2020

  3. A little tinny to be fair (reminds me of Mr. Peach’s many fine ROIOs). But hey, it’s Bowie and the best band he ever had behind him and the most iconic tour he ever did at the peak of his popularity, when he rivaled Michael Jackson for pop supremacy. Thanks BigO for a classic!

    By Tony Pizza on Aug 15, 2020

  4. Eat shit bigO.

    By David Duke on Aug 15, 2020

  5. Great stuff. Thank you BigO.

    By Della Wayre on Aug 15, 2020

  6. Rumor has it David had a Big Un

    By U L E on Aug 15, 2020

  7. He certainly did have a big one . A certified horse Dic .

    By Pam Des Barris on Aug 15, 2020

  8. What Pam said . A monster penis , and he knew how to use it . Very atheists in the sack .Mick Ronson was very big also . I screwed them in 73 during the Ziggy tour .

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Aug 15, 2020

  9. I’m sorry , misprint , these damn smart phones . I meant to say Dave was very athletic in bed

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Aug 15, 2020

  10. The penis comment section. Guess it’s better than racist shit .

    By Don on Aug 15, 2020

  11. Thanks Big O - better than I expected for what purports to be an audience recording. Nearly fooled me as a soundboard, wonder if its a matrix set?

    Nice anyway


    By swappers on Aug 16, 2020

  12. Losing David Bowie in 2016 started this epidemic of legends passing away unfortunately. So many greats gone since . Tom Petty , Prince , Marty Balin , Paul Kantner , Glenn Frey , John Prine , Gregg Allman and many more . These people can’t be replaced.

    By Bill on Aug 16, 2020

  13. Also Leonard Cohen

    By Bill on Aug 16, 2020

  14. Leonard Cohen was a great loss. He was as worthy of the Nobel Prize for Literature as Dylan, if only he’d had a larger body of work.

    By Mark on Aug 16, 2020

  15. Mark, Leonard Cohen had a very large body of work… in his pants.

    i know, I fuc’d and sucked his horse coc many times in the 70s and 80s. He was hung like a Canadian horse.

    Little known fact he wrote “Light as the Breeze” about me.

    By Pam Des Barris on Aug 17, 2020

  16. Great post Big O

    definitely an audience recording, it has that typical ’speaker” sound, but the sound quality is really good, much better than most audience recordings from this tour.

    By donkey Kong on Aug 18, 2020

  17. Some nice selections in this show. Thank you for sharing BigO

    By Matt on Aug 27, 2020

  18. It just dawned on me. I was at this concert. Sophia University - Tokyo, class of 1984.
    Larry Grill, do you remember? Be well all. Fall is coming to Thompson.
    As always, James

    By James Smith on Sep 29, 2020

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