"Lets Spend the Night Together" 7" single from ALADDIN
SANE (1973) released in the US and Italy
"Lets Spend the Night Together/Lady Grinning Soul" RCA APBO
0028 US in picture sleeve
"Lets Spend the Night Together/Watch That Man" RCA N1681 Italy
in picture sleeve
"Cracked Actor" 7" single from ALADDIN SANE (1973)
released in Eastern Europe
"Cracked Actor/John, I'm Only Dancing" RCA Eastern Europe
"The Width of A Circle" 7" single from THE MAN WHO
SOLD THE WORLD (1970) released in Eastern Europe.
"The Width of A Circle/Cygnet Committee" RCA Eastern Europe
"All the Madmen" 7" single from THE MAN WHO SOLD
THE WORLD (1970) released in Eastern Europe.
"All the Madmen/Soul Love" RCA Eastern Europe
Concert: St. George's Hall, Bradford.
RAW POWER (1973) is released by Iggy Pop and the Stooges. The album
having been re-mixed by Bowie.
Leeds University concert is cancelled six hours before it was due to
start due to poor facilities which would have meant that Bowie would have to walk through
the audience to the stage, a situation considered unacceptable for security reasons.
Concert: New Theatre, Coventry.
Concert: Gaumont, Worcester. This was an additional performance
added due to demand.
Concert: City Hall, Sheffield.
Concert: Free Trade Hall, Manchester. Matinee performance. Two
Concert: City Hall, Newcastle.
Concert: Guildhall, Preston.
Concert: Empire Theatre, Liverpool. Matinee performance. Two
Empire Theatre fan story by Stephen
Empire Theatre fan story by Roy White
Concert: DeMontfort Hall, Leicester.
Concert: Central Hall, Chatham. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: Kilburn Gaumont, London. This was an additional
performance added due to demand.
Kilburn Gaumont - 13 June 1973 by
Concert: City Hall, Salisbury.
Concert: Odeon, Taunton. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: Town Hall, Torquay. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: Colston Hall, Bristol. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: Guildhall, Southampton. This was the original date for a
cancelled concert at the Guildhall, Portsmouth.
Concert: Town Hall, Birmingham. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: Town Hall, Birmingham. Two shows.
"Life on Mars?" 7" single from HUNKY DORY (1971) is
released in the UK and Portugal.
"Life on Mars?/The Man Who Sold the World" RCA 2316 UK.
Some in picture sleeve. Highest chart position = #3
"Life on Mars?/Black Country Rock" RCA 20119 Portugal
A concert at the Gliderdrome, Boston is planned but cancelled.
Concert: Fairfield Hall, Croydon. Matinee performance. Two shows.
"During the 1970s I lived in Croydon, Surrey,
about 4 miles from Beckenham where Bowie was living at the time. Even though I was only 13
at the time, an older friend and I managed to sneak into Fairfield Halls in Croydon one
Sunday to see Bowie play. I can still remember the gig and it really did change my life.
We both became Bowie fanatics, obsessed with anything to do with David. At this gig we
learned that Bowie lived at Hadden Hall, Southend Rd in Beckenham and the next weekend we
arrived there. Unfortunately he had moved out only days before, but we managed to unscrew
the doorknocker as a souvenir!! A friend of ours in Carshalton in Surrey actually started
a fanzine shortly after this. Only 3 or 4 copies were ever printed but he advertised them
in the national music press & sold a few hundred copies. It was called Big Brother and
must have been one of the first of its kind. I also saw Woody Woodmanseys band U Boat lots
of times along with the Spiders from Mars without Bowie or Mick Ronson (I've still got
that album)" - Mark
Concert: New Theatre, Oxford. Matinee performance. Two shows.
Concert: New Theatre, Oxford. Matinee performance. Two shows
Concert: Top Rank, Doncaster.
"The doors opened at 8.00pm and Bowie came on
stage at 9.20pm. The ticket price was £1.30 and the set list was as follows: 1:Hang on to
Yourself 2:Ziggy Stardust 3:Watch That Man 4:Time 5:All the Young Dudes 6:Wild Eyed Boy
From Freecloud 7:Changes 8:Oh You Pretty Things 9:Love Me Do [Beatles] 10:Round &
Round [Berry] 11:Let's Spend the Night Together [Jagger Richards] 12:Suffragette City
13:Moonage Daydream 14:White Light - White Heat [Reed] 15:Space Oddity 16:The Jean Genie.
There were 5 costume changes. The place was packed [1,500] and he wooed them all,
including me!" - Kim
Concert: Spa Ballroom, Bridlington.
Concert: Rolarena, Leeds. Matinee performance. Two shows. This
concert is added to replace the earlier Leeds University cancellation.
"My two older brothers went to the Leeds Rolarena gig
...and my father went to collect them after the concert, taking my two older sisters along
too (I was too young back then - I was probably tucked up in bed). As they waited outside
they could hear the closing music and the crowd screaming etc and saw Bowie leaving the
building and jump in his Daimler flanked by bodyguards, as the crowd screamed on for more
inside. My Dad always teased us with this "That David Bowie, he was off in his car
while you were all shouting for more" kind of thing, but I think he was probably just
as impressed as the rest of us really." - Trudi