Label: EMI - EKPL 0216 - EMC 3571 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Remastered Gatefold • Country: South Korea • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Glam
40th Anniversary of Bowie's Space Oddity single. This was Bowie's slow climber to get to No.1 in the charts, released in and got to No.5 but was re-released in where it went to No.1 in the singles charts. The A-Side has quite a colourful picture which looks like an amateurish hand drawn cover with a period picture of Bowie added in/5().
· This new mix features the song ‘Conversation Piece’ restored to the track listing in its initially intended position, before it was originally dropped due to time constraints of vinyl (the song wasn’t wasted, it ended up as the B-side to Space Oddity follow-up The Prettiest Star).
· The third CD – called ‘Conversation Pieces’ – is a bit of an ‘odds and sods’ disc and includes a couple of Tony Visconti-produced studio recordings from the Decca era, radio sessions (the two tracks from Dave Lee Travis’ show are repeated from the reissue of the David Bowie/Space Oddity album), another version of the song ‘Space Oddity’ and various single edits and mono mixes. .
· The vinyl will be randomly distributed worldwide with a mixture of hand-numbered labels; numbers 1 to on silver vinyl numbers and to on gold vinyl, with the remainder being black vinyl. This edition of the album features the title track of the boxset Conversation Piece restored to the track listing in its initially intended position before it was dropped due to time constraints of vinyl.
· Conversation Piece. Conversation Piece was a box set released in November , containing David Bowie’s home demos, BBC radio sessions and studio recordings from and The set collated recordings previously released in the vinyl 7″ single box sets Spying Through A Keyhole, Clareville Grove Demos, and The ‘Mercury’ ted Reading Time: 4 mins.
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