David Bowie – Rare & Remixed [1983 to 1989] Single Versions, Rarities & Remixes

David Bowie - R&R 83-89

Inspired by the upcoming eleven CD box set “Loving The Alien [1983-1988]” (due 12th October 2018), this is a companion mix to my “Re:Call [1969 to 1982]” mix which can be heard at:https://www.mixcloud.com/briancurrin/david-bowie-recall-1969-to-1982/

Read more at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loving_the_Alien_(1983%E2%80%931988)

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1. China Girl (single edit) – David Bowie
2. Let’s Dance (single edit) – David Bowie
3. Modern Love (single edit) – David Bowie
4. White Light White Heat (live 1983) – David Bowie
5. Imagine (live 1983) – David Bowie
6. Loving The Alien (Original Club mix 2002) – The Scumfrog vs David Bowie
7. Dancing In The Street (Steve Thompson & Michael Barbiero mix) – David Bowie & Mick Jagger
8. This Is Not America (from The Falcon And The Snowman) – David Bowie & The Pat Metheny Group
9. Let’s Dance (live 1985) – David Bowie & Tina Turner
10. Absolute Beginners (single edit) – David Bowie
11. That’s Motivation (from Absolute Beginners) – David Bowie
12. Underground (extended dance mix) – David Bowie
13. Magic Dance (Danny’s Magic Party remix 2003) – David Bowie
14. When The Wind Blows (from When The Wind Blows) – David Bowie
15. Day-In Day-Out (single edit) – David Bowie
16. Too Dizzy – David Bowie
17. Julie – David Bowie
18. Girls (extended version) – David Bowie
19. Time Will Crawl (Mario McNulty remix 2008) – David Bowie
20. Young Americans (live 1987) – David Bowie
21. Look Back In Anger (1988 version) – David Bowie
22. Prisoner Of Love (single edit) – Tin Machine
23. Maggie’s Farm (live 1989) – Tin Machine
24. Shakin’ All Over (live 1989) – Tin Machine
25. Crack City (live 1989) – Tin Machine
26. Needles On The Beach – Tin Machine

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David Bowie's 2002 Predictions About Music are Pretty Close | TheNextWeb

Music itself is going to become like running water or electricity. So it’s like, just take advantage of these last few years because none of this is ever going to happen again. You’d better be prepared for doing a lot of touring because that’s really the only unique situation that’s going to be left. It’s terribly exciting. But on the other hand it doesn’t matter if you think it’s exciting or not; it’s what’s going to happen. – David Bowie

via David Bowie’s 2002 Predictions About Music are Pretty Close.