Flat 8211: DAVID BOWIE 1974 SUBWAY

Ken’s “Flat” releases need to be gathered from the “Hot Wacks” book page by page, as they were apparently never listed together before.Then, many gaps in the book will appear as evidenced by the obviously missing chronological release numbers (and you can’t just search for “Flat Records + number” on Google as you won’t get very far). If you have knowledge about any missing entries, please leave a comment. The Flat releases seem to have been pressed in lower numbers as they pop up only now and then these days.

Bowie Subway 2

First bootleg to feature a concert from Bowie’s 1974 Diamond Dogs Tour . The precise date remained unknown for many years as the cover had no information regarding the city, date/venue. Comparison of other audience recordings that emerged over the years finally enabled collectors to identify the show as being from the  Boston Music Hall on 16 July 1974 (a different and lesser quality source compared to the Joe Maloney recording listed below).

1. Rock ‘N’ Roll With Me 4:15

2. Space Oddity    4:57

3. Future Legend 0:55

4. Diamond Dogs    6:08

5. Panic In Detroit 5:33

6. Big Brother 3:59

7. Time    5:16

8. The Width Of A Circle 8:28

9. The Jean Genie 4:56

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DAVID BOWIE
BOSTON MUSIC HALL
BOSTON, MA
JULY 16, 1974

JOE MALONEY MASTER RECORDING. AUDIENCE CASSETTE MASTER>CDR>EAC>FLAC

SET LIST:

DISC ONE:

1:  1984
2:  REBEL, REBEL
3:  MOONAGE DAYDREAM
4:  SWEET THING
5:  CHANGES
6:  SUFFRAGE CITY
7:  ALADDIN SANE/ON BROADWAY
8:  ALL THE YOUNG DUDES
9:  CRACKED ACTOR
10: ROCK AND ROLL WITH ME

DISC TWO:

1:  WATCH THAT MAN
2:  KNOCK ON WOOD
3:  SPACE ODDITY
4:  FUTURE LEGEND
5:  DIAMOND DOGS
6:  PANIC IN DETROIT
7:  BIG BROTHER
8:  CHANT OF THE EVER CIRCLING SKELETAL FAMILY
9:  TIME
10: WIDTH OF A CIRCLE
11: QUEEN BITCH
12: JEAN GENIE
13: ROCK AND ROLL SUICIDE

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In many of the images found on the web, the insert sheet is clearly just a photocopy, which is the first time that I have seen that for any of these releases so far – and it looks incredibly cheap (however, that is not the case for the following image).

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1 comment
  1. Queen Bitch in 74? now i am intrigued!
    I the vocals are a bit too loud compared to the band and i wish they’d included Watch that man but overall i’m really happy to own this LP, Panic in Detroit is splendidly funky!

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