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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Stage was David Bowie's second live double album, documenting his supporting tour for Heroes. Supported by a band that featured guitarists Adrian Belew and Carlos Alomar, Bowie doesn't recast his earlier work in a new light -- the songs from Ziggy Stardust essentially remain the same, as do the selections from Station to Station -- but they are infused with a new avant-garde spirit that comes to the forefront during the songs from Low and Heroes. Though the newer material isn't arranged in a different manner than the studio versions -- and it lacks some of the studio trickery that made the originals so thrilling -- the live versions do illustrate that much of ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Stage was David Bowie's second live double album, documenting his supporting tour for Heroes. Supported by a band that featured guitarists Adrian Belew and Carlos Alomar, Bowie doesn't recast his earlier work in a new light -- the songs from Ziggy Stardust essentially remain the same, as do the selections from Station to Station -- but they are infused with a new avant-garde spirit that comes to the forefront during the songs from Low and Heroes. Though the newer material isn't arranged in a different manner than the studio versions -- and it lacks some of the studio trickery that made the originals so thrilling -- the live versions do illustrate that much of the innovation of the Bowie-Eno collaborations lies in their subversion of conventional song structure. [The 2006 Virgin DVA edition includes both 5.1 Surround and PCM 2.0 stereo mixes of the album.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/10/2006
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • UPC: 724386343697
  • Catalog Number: 63436

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Warszawa
  2. 2 "Heroes"
  3. 3 What in the World
  4. 4 Be My Wife
  5. 5 Blackout
  6. 6 Sense of Doubt
  7. 7 Speed of Life
  8. 8 Breaking Glass
  9. 9 Beauty and the Beast
  10. 10 Fame
  11. 11 Five Years
  12. 12 Soul Love
  13. 13 Star
  14. 14 Hang on to Yourself
  15. 15 Ziggy Stardust
  16. 16 Art Decade
  17. 17 Alabama Song
  18. 18 Station to Station
  19. 19 Stay
  20. 20 TVC15
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
David Bowie Primary Artist, chamberlain
Adrian Belew Guitar, Background Vocals
Carlos Alomar Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Dennis Davis Percussion, Drums
Simon House Electric Violin
Sean Mayes Piano, Background Vocals
George Murray Bass, Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Kurt Weill Composer
David Bowie Composer, Producer
John Lennon Composer
Bertolt Brecht Composer
Carlos Alomar Composer
Dennis Davis Composer
Brian Eno Composer
Sean Mayes String Ensemble
Peter Mew Mastering
George Murray Composer
Tony Visconti Producer, Engineer, Sleeve Notes
Nigel Reeve Mastering
Mario J. McNulty Digital Editing
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