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David Bowie - Occasional Dreaming MP3

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Performer: David Bowie
Title: Occasional Dreaming
Country: US
Released: 2018
Style: Ballad, Chanson, Novelty, Beat
Category: Rock / Pop / Radio & TV
Rating: 4.4
Label: Casino Records Entertainment

Tracklist

1David BowieA Social Kind Of Girl
2Roger BunnLife Is A Circus
3David BowieOccasional Dreaming
4Scott WalkerNext
5David BowieLet Me Sleep Beside You
6David Bowie / Feathers Lover To The Dawn
7Jess ConradPussy Cat
8David BowieIn The Heat Of The Morning
9David BowieLife Is A Circus
10David BowieThe Gospel According To Tony Day Blues
11David BowieWhen I'm Five
12Pinky And The FellasManchester And Liverpool
13David BowieLondon Bye Ta Ta
14David BowieC'est La Vie


Notes

- tr. A1 : A 'test mix' by Visconti from late 1967 is totally acoustic / orchestral - and not at all 'rock' and a great seductive album opener;
- tr. A2 : '68 rewrite of 1967's Summer Kind Of Girl - Demos exist for both versions;
- tr. A3 : The song was originally registered with this title;
- tr. A4 : Performed by DB in his cabaret act and by Feathers in 1968;
- tr. A5 : Written in 1968, performed by DB as late as 1969;
- tr. A6 : DB Original that he demoed many times - the last demo probably from 1968;
- tr. A7 : Decca 1968 version;
- tr. B1 : The hand written title on the tape box for 'An Occasional Dream' demo;
- tr. B2 : Decca 1968 version;
- tr. B3 : Written and performed by DB / Feathers in late 1968;
- tr. B4 : Roger Bunn - Life Is A Circus (Bunn);
- tr. B5 : Scott Walker - Next (Brel); performed by Feathers in 1968;
- tr. B6 : Jess Conrad - Pussy Cat (Blackwell);
- tr. B7 : Pinky And The Fellas - Manchester And Liverpool (Popp, Marnay, Fishman); European theatre / Lindsay Kemp type number - English lyrics to 'Manchester Et Liverpool';

tr. B4 - B7 : These originals by other artists were the inspiration for Bowie to include them on a scheduled second album. Bowie's own versions of the last 3 songs plus the songs 'Angel Angel Grubby Face' and 'Going Down' intended for this album remained unreleased until 2019 when two versions of the former song appear here officially on David Bowie - Conversation Piece.

(P) 1968 & (C) 2018 Casino Records Entertainment

Comes in a resealable plastic cover with hype sticker on right hand side, middle stating: “David Bowie Limited Edition LP Coke Bottle Green Splatter Vinyl” followed by individual pressing number.


Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 177108E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 177108E2/B


Companies

  • Distributed By – The Family Affair Company


Album

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