2016 Remastered Edition Originally Included In David Bowie's Who Can I Be Now? 1974-1976 Box Set
Driven by an entirely deeper dynamic than most pop artists, David Bowie inhabited a very special world of extraordinary sounds and endless vision. Unwilling to stay on the treadmill of rock legend and avoiding the descent into ever demeaning and decreasing circles of cliché Bowie continually evolved blurring genres and identities while remaining artistically radical and relevant throughout his trailblazing career.
Recorded live at the Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY on March 23, 1976, this double album is the official document of the Isolar/Station To Station tour. Known to fans for many years as the Thin White Duke double album bootleg (among various other titles), the record didn't get an official release for over thirty years, when it was finally issued as part of the Station To Station deluxe set in September 2010.
The bridge between Bowie's plastic soul days and the Brian Eno infused Berlin trilogy, Live Nassau Coliseum '76 captures top flight performance of songs from such landmark albums as Hunky Dory ("Changes," "Queen Bitch," "Life On Mars?"), Ziggy Stardust ("Five Years," "Suffragette City"), Aladdin Sane ("Panic in Detroit," "The Jean Genie"), Diamond Dogs ("Rebel Rebel," "Diamond Dogs") and the most recently released Station To Station ("Station to Station," "Word on a Wing," "Stay," "TVC15").