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Setlist from last night

January 9 2017 at 9:25 AM
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Dead Man Walking
Rebel Rebel
Sorrow
Five Years
Golden Years
Lady Grinning Soul
TMWSTW
Diamond Dogs
Life On Mars
Young Americans
Ashes To Ashes
Win
All The Young Dudes
Fame
Fashion
Sound & Vision
Changes
Rock N Roll Suicide (Not Played?)
Where Are We Now
Stay
Aladdin Sane
Space Oddity
Starman
DJ
Boys Keep Swinging
Ziggy Stardust (Not Played?)
Moonage Daydream
Suffragette City
Heroes
Loving The Alien
The Jean Genie (not played?)
Lets Dance
Under Pressure

 
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January 9 2017, 9:32 AM 

Wow. Now thats a set list. Who sang Win and Where are we mow?

 
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January 9 2017, 9:35 AM 

Bernard Fowler and the London Community Gospel Choir and Holly Palmer respectively.

 
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January 9 2017, 9:39 AM 

That looks about right, except Ziggy was played. I think Oldman must have insisted on DMW, with him being a friend of Gabrels, it was the only song from 89-99 played the entire night.

Holly Palmer made WAWN sound like Thursdays Child as she did the same style vocals at the end. Gail didn't sing Under Pressure. Cat belted it out. I presume it was too emotional for her.

Much of the audience was noticeable quieter during Win, DJ, Stay and Dead Man Walking, so I think there were many new fans. I was stood behind 2 women with t-shirts bearing that incorrect 'don't know where I'm going' quote.

Visually it wasn't much to write home about. During the end of Stay the spotlight didn't follow Slick around, so he had to return to the same spot. Almost spinal Tap.

The only time the lighting seemed artistic was during the subdues lighting for Space Oddity when there was a mirror ball and it immediately recalled the '73 Hammersmith Odeon retirement performance.

 
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January 9 2017, 9:57 AM 

That morning we all first heard WAWN I thought it wasn't much of a step forward as it recalled Thursday's Child so strongly, I remember saying that on here at the time. However, I love both songs so it was great to hear her acknowledge the link at the end. I did look round and think 'is anyone else hearing this' so it's good to hear you heard it too!


 
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January 9 2017, 10:34 AM 

Agree with all that

Also on the list and not done was wild is the wind, with gaby moreno listed to sing. she was great on five years, fabulous in fact.

HP sang that tag from thursdays child herself in the hours shows, it was lovely to hear her put it in last night.

 
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January 9 2017, 1:57 PM 

A bit shocked Gail didn't do "Under Pressure". It is one of her signature songs. While the setlist was very good, it would have been nice if they had done some more recent songs. I'm seeing them in NY, so it will be interesting to see how much the setlist changes considering they have some different performers.

 
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January 9 2017, 2:18 PM 

I wonder if it was between band politics that made them not get those jazz kids in to do Blackstar.

After all, got to say it's the old boys network that meant we had those 80s guys up there.

 
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January 9 2017, 2:31 PM 

I'm sure Donny McCaslin and the band are busy. They are probably trying to promote their own shows and their new album. Perhaps they didn't want to commit to the multiple shows, but it would be nice if they showed up at the NY show. Also, they will be in Japan at the same time(!) but are doing their own gig on the same night!!

I for one would pay to see them. But as I don't live in NY and am flying in to see CDB, it would have been nice if they would have performed at this event... Or maybe had their own event the day before or after. It would have made the show/trip complete.

 
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January 9 2017, 2:39 PM 

I'd say that's bad planning on their part then.

 
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January 9 2017, 5:17 PM 

I'm heading to NYC to see the show too. One of the main things I was hoping on in getting a ticket for this show was that McCaslin and his group might show up for this one. I'm kind of not expecting it now, but it would be a nice surprise (as would a few more post-1983 songs). At least it's nice to see they're playing a fairly long setlist.

 
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January 9 2017, 6:07 PM 

To be fair - no one would know moreso that the 90s / 00s material stinks up the place than his former band.

 
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January 9 2017, 6:09 PM 

Idea: Reeves and the Sales Brothers do an evening of TM material in a smaller venue with a guest singer.

I'll get back to you on who.

 
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January 9 2017, 6:51 PM 

I'd be there alright let Hunt Sales take the lead vocal Sorry!!!


    
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January 9 2017, 8:54 PM 


Here's the setlist with performers, not sure it's 100‰ right, must be from a press release or something. I've already had to delete Wild is the Wind. Pretty sure the gospel choir featured on more songs too. Any further corrections from those with better recall are very welcome!

'Dead Man Walking’ – Gary Oldman
‘Rebel Rebel’ – Bernard Fowler
‘Sorrow’ – Gary Oldman and Joe Sumner
‘Five Years’ – Gaby Moreno
‘Golden Years’ – La Roux
‘Lady Grinning Soul’ – Holly Palmer
‘The Man Who Sold The World’ – Jeremy Little and Gary Oldman
‘Diamond Dogs’ – Bernard Fowler
‘Life On Mars’ – Tom Chaplin
‘Young Americans’ – Gail Ann Dorsey & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Ashes To Ashes’ – Angelo Moore
‘Win’ – Bernard Fowler & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘All The Young Dudes’ – Joe Elliot & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Fame’ – Adrian Belew
‘Fashion’ – Alex Painter
‘Sound And Vision’ – Adrian Belew
‘Changes’ – Tony Hadley
‘Rock And Roll Suicide’ – Bernard Fowler
‘Where Are We Now’ – Holly Palmer
‘Stay’ – Bernard Fowler
‘Aladdin Sane’ – Gail Ann Dorsey
‘Space Oddity’ – Gain Ann Dorsey
‘Starman’ – Mr Hudson
‘D.J.'/’Boys Keep Swinging’ – Adrian Belew
‘Ziggy Stardust’ – Angelo Moore
‘Moonage Daydream’ – Angelo Moore
‘Suffragette City’ – Joe Elliot
‘Heroes’ – Bernard Fowler
ENCORE:
‘Loving The Alien’ – Catherine Russell
Jean Genie – ‘Bernard Fowler
‘Let’s Dance’ – Simon Le Bon & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Under Pressure’ – Joe Sumner, Catherine Russell & The London Community Gospel Choir

 
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January 12 2017, 10:11 AM 

Here's the set list from the tribute I went to:

Moss Garden (Original)
Without You I'm Nothing
'Tis A Pity She Was A Whore
Repetition
Scary Monsters And Super Creeps
We Are The Dead
Big Brother
Teenage Wildlife
The Man Who Sold The world
Always Crashing In The Same Car
Heat
Heathen

Intermission

Fantastic Voyage
Seven Years In Tibet
She'll Drive The Big Car
A Small Plot Of Land
The Motel
Looking For Water
Lazarus
Stay
China Girl
Ziggy Stardust
It's No Game
Let's Dance
Without You I'm Nothing
The Secret Life Of Arabia (Original)

(Venue: The Bowery, Dublin, Sunday 8th January 2017)
Secret Life in concert The Sounds & Vision Of David Bowie

Secret Life

Sean O'Leary - Drums
Phil O'Byrne - Bass
Brian Hughes - Keyboards
Diarmuid Dunbar - Guitar
Adam Nolan - Saxophone
Martina Keane - Vocals
Imelda Kehoe - Vocals
Michael Way - Vocals
Tomas Osinski - Sound
AVSM - Stacey Sinnott


neat list, eh? i just typed in what was on a flyer passed out at the gig but it has an interesting little article on how the project was set up in 2014...I'll try scan later...



    
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January 12 2017, 12:50 PM 

Donny Maccaslin is on tour, I've seen him last month in Budapest.

 
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January 12 2017, 8:48 PM 

I was there and from memory here is the corrected list, I removed Rock 'n' Roll Suicide which wasn't played and corrected the singer of Ziggy Stardust which was sung by Brett Hool. Also the order is slightly different with Lady Grinning Soul coming much later.

It was a fun & sometimes moving night with some highlights mainly involving Adrian Belew, Earl Slick & the totally mind blowing Mike Garson, but yeah there was a large element of the perplexingly cheesey, I mean Tony Hadley? Sheesh... he ain't coming to my birthday party;-)

Solo piano medley : Mike Garson
‘Dead Man Walking’ : Gary Oldman
‘Rebel Rebel’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Sorrow’ : Gary Oldman & Joe Sumner
‘Five Years’ : Gaby Moreno
‘Golden Years’ : La Roux
‘The Man Who Sold The World’ : Jeremy Little & Gary Oldman
‘Diamond Dogs’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Life On Mars’ : Tom Chaplin
‘Wild Is The Wind’ : Gaby Moreno
‘Young Americans’ : Gail Ann Dorsey & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Ashes To Ashes’ : Angelo Moore
‘Win’ : Bernard Fowler & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘All The Young Dudes’ : Joe Elliot & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Fame’ : Adrian Belew
‘Fashion’ : Alex Painter
‘Sound And Vision’ : Adrian Belew
‘Changes’ : Tony Hadley
‘Rock And Roll Suicide’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Where Are We Now’ : Holly Palmer
‘Stay’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Aladdin Sane’ : Gail Ann Dorsey & Mike Garson
‘Space Oddity’ : Gain Ann Dorsey
‘Starman’ : Mr Hudson
‘Lady Grinning Soul’ : Holly Palmer
‘D.J.’ & ’Boys Keep Swinging’ : Adrian Belew
‘Ziggy Stardust’ : Brett Hool
‘Moonage Daydream’ : Angelo Moore
‘Suffragette City’ : Joe Elliot
‘Heroes’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Loving The Alien’ : Catherine Russell & Gerry Leonard
Jean Genie’ : Bernard Fowler
‘Let’s Dance’ : Simon Le Bon & The London Community Gospel Choir
‘Under Pressure’ : Joe Sumner & Catherine Russell


    
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