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Sorrow and YA were in the planned setlist in 76

September 12 2017 at 9:04 AM
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I visited for the second time the David Bowie Is exhibition, and I noticed a paper note written by the man
It was about the steps to be followed during the 76 gigs.
When to bow, when to introduce the band, when to dim the lights..
Of course there was the setlist.
And to my surprise before Rebel rebel and Diamond dogs there were Sorrow and Young Americans.
Pity they were discarded

 
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mikewest
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Re: Sorrow and YA were in the planned setlist in 76

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September 12 2017, 10:50 AM 

Wow , I was at the V&A twice, I must of missed it , that would have been interesting, if these were in , I wonder what 2 songs he would have dropped, I would choose TVC15 and Queen Bitch as I didn't think QB worked that well on this tour.

 
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Wild Is The Wind

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September 12 2017, 2:57 PM 

I saw it also (London, Groningen. And I noticed Wild Is The Wind was on there too (!).

I also noticed Sister Midnight was on his 1997 longlist.

 
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September 12 2017, 4:48 PM 

oops!
I didn't notice it
I'd prefer WITW over YA a thousand times

 
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September 12 2017, 4:49 PM 

I guess they didn't make it to the rehearsals.

 
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