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Bowie - Across The Ether (Limited Edition Numbered Triple Album Set On Clear Vinyl)

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Bowie - Across The Ether (Limited Edition Numbered Triple Album Set On Clear Vinyl)

Bowie - Across The Ether



Plus Digital Documentary Film download

Plus Digital interactive book

This is the ultimate anthology of Bowie broadcasting across the airwaves.

Gathered together in this amazing limited collector’s edition triple album set featuring classic tracks including, Heroes, Ziggy Stardust, Five Years, Life On Mars? and many more.

Set Includes:

Disc 1 - Across The Ether - Collaboration Anthology (Limited Edition on Clear Vinyl)

This stunning anthology features rare TV broadcasts with notable collaborators such as Cher, Luther Vandross and Klaus Nomi and

provides the perfect showcase demonstrating Bowie’s determination to constantly move forward with new travelling companions.

Track Listing:

Side 1

  1. Black Tie White Noise
  2. Fame
  3. Sister Midnight
  4. The Man Who Sold The World
  5. Strangers When We Meet
  6. Can You Hear Me

Side 2

  1. Life On Mars
  2. Ashes To Ashes
  3. Nite Flights
  4. Star
  5. The Heart’s Filthy Lesson 6. Funtime

Side 1 - Track 1 -The Tonight Show 1993, Track 2 - The Cher Show 1975, Tracks 3 & 4 - USTV, Track 5 - The Tonight Show 1995, Track 6 - The Cher Show 1975

Side 2 - Tracks 1 & 2 - The Tonight Show 1980, Track 3 - The Tonight Show - 1993, Track 4 - The Dinah Shore Show 1975, Track 5 - Letterman 1995, Track 6 - USTV

        Disc 2 - Berlin In Tokyo (Limited Edition on Clear Vinyl)

        The live broadcast of Bowie’s Low/Heroes Tour from the NHK hall in Japan on 12th December 1978 featured collaborations with Adrian Belew, who would later join King Crimson, and Simon House on violin.

        Track Listing:

        Side 1

        1. Heroes
        2. Fame
        3. Five Years
        4. Soul Love
        5. Star

        Side 2

        1. Hang On To Yourself
        2. Ziggy Stardust
        3. Suffragette City
        4. Station To Station

              Disc 3 -Industrial Collaborations  (Limited Edition on Clear Vinyl)

              Nine Inch Nails were heavily influenced by Bowie’s trilogy of Berlin albums. For Bowie’s 1. Outside album tour NIN were joined by Bowie for a combined set before Bowie and his own band closed the show. This show, from St Louis on 11th October 1995, was broadcast live by local FM radio.

               Track Listing:

              Side 1

              1. Subterraneans
              2. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
              3. Reptile
              4. Hallo Spaceboy
              5. Hurt

              Side 2

              1. Outside
              2. Andy Warhol
              3. Breaking Glass
              4. The Man Who Sold The World
              5. Nite Flights

                    The music on these records was originally produced in the days when vinyl was king.

                    Vinyl records produce an analog sound that reverberates and creates that famous warm sound you can't find in any other medium. The music and vocals on vinyl records are much closer to the way artists sound live.

                    Clear vinyl is softer and molds easier during the pressing process. Vinyl is a naturally clear substance. Black vinyl records are created by adding a charcoal /graphite colorant which creates a harder surface and makes it easier to see tracks but can lead to static build up in the cartridge . As a result, the best clarity of sound quality is to be found in using clear vinyl.

                    NB. Audio recordings from live TV and radio transmissions will always embody the audio limitations of the original sources . Modern digital remastering techniques improve sound quality immeasurably . However, the original broadcast performances have often been recorded and mixed by TV or radio technicians rather than music specialists. Nonetheless clear vinyl will give the very best reproduction given the limitations of the original broadcast sources.