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1984 - David Bowie - The 1980 Floor Show (DVDr)

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  1. The Floor Show Broadcast 45 years ago today “Beware the savage jaw” Today marks the 45th anniversary of the broadcast of David Bowie’s The Floor Show, which was used as both a promotional tool for Pin Ups and to further break into the American market.
  2. Omschrijving David Bowie THE FLOOR SHOW outtakes Great David Bowie 6 dvd box set A total of over 10 hours of recordings from the Floor Show of which only a mere 45 minutes were actually released in the US. The recordings include dance rehearsals, song rehearsals and much more.
  3. David Bowie – The Floor Show (8 hours uncut footage) May 29th, | by admin. The Floor Show was recorded on the 18th, 19th and 20th October , and was broadcast on the 16th November (US only). It was recorded at The Marquee Club, 90 Wardour Street, Soho, London.
  4. Sep 13,  · This is Volume 3 of 6 DVD’s straight from the vaults of the NBC. A total of over 10 hours of recordings from the Floor Show of which only a mere 45 minutes were actually released in the US. The recordings include dance rehearsals.
  5. Bootleg Audio. David Bowie Tour Recordings. David Bowie Early; David Bowie Pre Ziggy; David Bowie Ziggy Stardust Tour; David Bowie Diamond Dogs Tour.
  6. "" is a single by David Bowie, from his album Diamond Dogs. Written in , it was inspired by George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four and, like much of its parent album, originally intended for a stage musical based on the novel, which was never produced because permission was refused by Orwell's widow Sonia.
  7. The Floor Show (a pun on the song "" - Eighty-Floor) was the first appearance of David Bowie since his much publicised retirement on 3 July, at the Hammersmith Odeon. It was also to be his last appearance as "Ziggy Stardust". The show itself was a spectacular stage production that was filmed over 3 days, mostly at The Marquee Club, Soho, London for the American NBC TV late.
  8. - Dodo #2 - Dodo #3 I Got you Babe Amanda Lear Outroduction THE FLOOR SHOW Opening Title - Sorrow Carmen Everything’s Alright Space Oddity - Dodo I Can’t Explain As Tears Go By Time Wild Thing The Jean Genie 20th Century Blues I Got you Babe End Seller Rating: % positive.

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