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This is the CD debut of Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78). This live album features performances recorded at Earl’s Court in London on 30 June and 1 July, 1978 during Bowie’s “Isolar II” Tour.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Warszawa (Live)
2 "Heroes" (Live)
3 What In The World (Live)
4 Be My Wife (Live)
5 The Jean Genie (Live)
6 Blackout (Live)
7 Sense Of Doubt (Live)
8 Speed Of Life (Live)
9 Sound And Vision (Live)
10 Breaking Glass (Live)
11 Fame (Live)
12 Beauty And The Beast (Live)

Disc: 2

1 Five Years (Live)
2 Soul Love (Live)
3 Star (Live)
4 Hang On To Yourself (Live)
5 Ziggy Stardust (Live)
6 Suffragette City (Live)
7 Art Decade (Live)
8 Alabama Song (Live)
9 Station To Station (Live)
10 TVC 15 (Live)
11 Stay (Live)
12 Rebel Rebel (Live)

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Fenwick
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Completists will be pleased - the rest should wait for a price drop....
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2018
The cliff note version of this review is, if you have the New Career in a New Town box set, you''ll only be getting two variations from the set list of the "Stage" release. If you''re a Bowie nerd like me, no review would probably steer you away from purchasing this... See more
The cliff note version of this review is, if you have the New Career in a New Town box set, you''ll only be getting two variations from the set list of the "Stage" release. If you''re a Bowie nerd like me, no review would probably steer you away from purchasing this concert. But for the curious, here are the rest of the details.

Sound and Vision and Rebel Rebel are the only "new" tracks added to the tour for this concert. The core of Stage was recorded in North America between late April and early May 1978. Blackout hails from the final two nights of the Isolar 2 Tour in London on June 30th and July 1st 1978. Not much had changed in two months. Sure, there are some nuanced differences in the performances. The guitars are a little higher in the mix. David''s voice is strong as ever. But there''s not a lot of life in the show. David''s in between song banter is extremely minimal, (He introduces Sound and Vision as a song they''ve never done before, and he informs everyone it''s the last night of the tour during the band intro before Five Years kicks in). Outside of that, I think the only other song truly worthy of mention is Alabama Song, which has quite a different arrangement on a number of fronts, (drums and backgrounds vox)..

Overall, the Bowie completist in me who wants to have and hear it all says this was worth the purchase. But for the average fan, this feels like a cash in. The CDs are housed in a digipack fold with no form of protection for the CDs. There''s a foldout CD insert which contains a few images from the tour program, and a few shots of David.

But there''s no new liner notes and no additional info provided.other than a legacy concert review from 1978. I''m glad I have it. But those on the fence should wait for a significant price drop.
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scody
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Far surpasses "Stage" as a record of Bowie''s genius as a live performer during the Berlin period
Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2018
For all the many reasons it would be neat to have a time machine, I''ve always felt being able to see David Bowie in concert in the ''70s would be at the top of my list. This live album, taken from the final two shows of the legendary Isolar II tour, makes a great argument... See more
For all the many reasons it would be neat to have a time machine, I''ve always felt being able to see David Bowie in concert in the ''70s would be at the top of my list. This live album, taken from the final two shows of the legendary Isolar II tour, makes a great argument for London''s Earl''s Court on June 30-July 1, 1978, being one of those stops. Recorded just a few months after the concerts that comprised the Stage album (nicely remastered in 2017), Welcome to the Blackout sees Bowie and his band in absolute top form. (Special shout-out to bassist George Murray and drummer Dennis Davis, Bowie''s extraordinary -- and often unheralded -- rhythm section at this time.) But whereas Stage sounds somewhat chilly and mannered, Welcome to the Blackout is warm and buoyant (though, of course, "warm and buoyant" is relative when discussing the gorgeous futuristic instrumentals from Low and Heroes). Highlights include one of the best live versions of "Heroes" I''ve ever heard, the live premiere of "Sound and Vision," an intense version of "Five Years," and an incendiary "Station to Station."

Welcome to the Blackout is essential for Bowie completists, but would also be a great introduction to his genius as a live performer for those just getting to know his incomparable body of work.
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Phil O.
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Bowie at his peak... an unexpected delight
Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2018
What an unexpected treat this release is, coming almost 40 years after it was recorded and with very little advance notice. Recorded over two nights in the middle of 1978, this concert was mixed by Bowie himself in 1979 (as the soundtrack for a concert film that was never... See more
What an unexpected treat this release is, coming almost 40 years after it was recorded and with very little advance notice. Recorded over two nights in the middle of 1978, this concert was mixed by Bowie himself in 1979 (as the soundtrack for a concert film that was never issued) and then forgotten about until released in 2017.

The 1978 world tour was peak Bowie, touring on the back of his recent Low (2017 Remastered Version) and "Heroes" (2017 Remastered Version) releases, but also featuring a heavy selection of material from The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (2012 Remastered Version) by David Bowie (2015-08-03) (rearranged to match the atmospherics of the tour, and his most recent LPs) and Station to Station , too. Bowie was in perhaps the top vocal shape of his career, and with Adrian Belew and Carlos Alomar along, he has a band to match.

For years, fans have been able to revisit the 1978 tour via Stage (2017)(Live)(2CD) , a double-album recorded slightly earlier in the tour. The performances captured on STAGE are excellent, but also much more mannered and rehearsed than those heard on WTTB, perhaps because they knew STAGE would be an official release at the time, or perhaps because STAGE was subjected to studio clean-up - who knows. Either way, it means that while STAGE and WTTB have virtually identical tracklists, the quality of performance and mix differ quite a bit between the two releases, making both essential for a fan. On WTTB, Bowie and the band are loose, happy, and energetic, with countless highlights across both discs. And WTTB, thankfully, gives us a complete representation of a show from the 1978 tour, as well as the tour''s only outing of "Sound and Vision". STAGE, despite being reissued and expanded several times over the past forty years (most recently in 2017, too), still omits the traditional tour closer, "Rebel Rebel"!

Like 2016''s Cracked Actor (2CD) , WELCOME TO THE BLACKOUT is a welcome addition to the Bowie catalog, helping fans revisit (or for some, like me, experience for the first time) one of Bowie''s unmatched peaks.
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R. Dean
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great live recording from a great artist
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2018
One of my favorite David Bowie tours is 1978. The setlist, heavy on Low and Heroes, also included many songs from Ziggy Stardust redone in different arrangements including electric violinist Simon House. This show is an excellent complement to Stage, and unlike Stage is... See more
One of my favorite David Bowie tours is 1978. The setlist, heavy on Low and Heroes, also included many songs from Ziggy Stardust redone in different arrangements including electric violinist Simon House. This show is an excellent complement to Stage, and unlike Stage is the complete show, including the band introductions. For the price it is worth every penny, and the recording is an upgrade to the oft circulating bootleg versions, which have never been complete until now. If you are a fan of this tour and these songs, by all means grab this.
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ClassicLotus
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Adrian Belew and Roger Powell add to this recording
Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2019
This CD is worth getting just for the versions of Station to Station and Stay. The intro to Station to Station is the best I have ever heard. Adrian Belew and Roger Powell really stretch it out and it sounds like a demonic train straight from the 9th level of hell. Stay... See more
This CD is worth getting just for the versions of Station to Station and Stay. The intro to Station to Station is the best I have ever heard. Adrian Belew and Roger Powell really stretch it out and it sounds like a demonic train straight from the 9th level of hell. Stay is great for the driving energy in the rhythm section - George Murray just kills it on Bass.
I''m a huge fan of Earl Slick but Adrian Belew is great on this record.
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Laura Petza
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The Wonderfully Warm, Unhinged Antidote To Stage
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2020
I first dove head first into being a Bowie fanatic when I was a young teen and found a cassette of Stage in the cut-out bin at the local department store, so that album will always hold a special place in my heart. But even then I found it oddly cold - the sequencing, the... See more
I first dove head first into being a Bowie fanatic when I was a young teen and found a cassette of Stage in the cut-out bin at the local department store, so that album will always hold a special place in my heart. But even then I found it oddly cold - the sequencing, the sound, the performance - perhaps one of the reasons I liked it as I was exiting the classic rock phase of my life. It seemed the album of a self assured genius who (ironically) didn''t need flash and glam, smoke and mirrors. But it always seemed distant and tame.
Well, Welcome To The Blackout is so filled with exuberant edge, joy, and energy that it delightfully verges on going off the rails. The sound quality is bright and sparkling - with the instruments standing out and distinctive...the band is on fire and all involved sound like they are having a blast on this final night of the
And Adrian Belew!!! One could be forgiven for wondering if he really did play on Stage - here his playing is absolutely nuts in the best possible sense - with plenty of room to scream and explore. The madness of Station to Station is worth the purchase alone.
Blackout is a blistering document of a musical genius at his artistic height, still pushing the limits but doing so in a blaze of fun and joy.
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Lee Wallace
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Essential
Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2018
For a certain breed of fan (your reviewer included) this is peak Bowie, the Station/Low/Heroes arc that is arguably Bowie''s most creative, exhilarating period of work. That he and his stage band were able to take these concepts and bring them to the live concert setting is... See more
For a certain breed of fan (your reviewer included) this is peak Bowie, the Station/Low/Heroes arc that is arguably Bowie''s most creative, exhilarating period of work. That he and his stage band were able to take these concepts and bring them to the live concert setting is fantastic. Top notch Davis/Murray/Alomar rhythm section, futuristic guitar heroics from a pre-Talking Heads/King Crimson Adrian Belew. Overall better performances than the Stage live album, solid mixing and mastering. How incredible and other worldly these shows must have seemed to a 1978 audience.
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Dr. Richards
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Amazing of course!
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
You can never go wrong buying any music by David Bowie and this cd doesn''t let you down! I am usually not a fan of any ''live'' cd''s but with Bowie, he''s the exception because he was that brilliant...
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BobPaisley
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Upstaged
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 15, 2018
Stage as it should have been - vital, energised and Bowie giving his all on the last night of the tour. Great sound, band are so together and his vocals on this are a joy to behold. Great release, please god tell me there is a video of this concert somewhere....
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Laurence Paul Vermillion
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THE ULTIMATE STAGE!!!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 10, 2018
I love Stage but this is the new and improved version. It’s amazing that at the time the instrumentals weren’t appreciated. Listening to this concert also reminds me how important Carlos Alomar was as Bowie’s musical director!!
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Red Sovine
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great live cd from his best period
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 13, 2018
The Isolar tours were Bowie at his peak, while any big Bowie collector will likely have bootlegs of this and his other new reissues the quality here is much better even if there are some edits going on. I stupidly missed this tour but caught the next one. At least there are...See more
The Isolar tours were Bowie at his peak, while any big Bowie collector will likely have bootlegs of this and his other new reissues the quality here is much better even if there are some edits going on. I stupidly missed this tour but caught the next one. At least there are now plenty of releases and bootlegs from this great setlist before it got watered down after the Let''s Dance tour. Decent packaging and great quality for any Bowie fan. Just need to crank it up loud
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Mr grumpy
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Isolar Tour.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 6, 2018
A CD release of the limited Record Store Day 2018 vinyl. A mix of two nights but excellent quality with another good, well known selection of songs. Bowie on fine form even though it was in his drug ridden days...sounds fine vocally and band performance is excellent. Most...See more
A CD release of the limited Record Store Day 2018 vinyl. A mix of two nights but excellent quality with another good, well known selection of songs. Bowie on fine form even though it was in his drug ridden days...sounds fine vocally and band performance is excellent. Most fans will have some form of this tour but again an essential purchase for Bowie fans and casual listener.
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Brian G
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Pucca good David and the band.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2019
Here we go again venturing into the minefield that is "how can you tell if the sound quality is decent ". How do you know if it is an "official release " ,or a rip off by some crap media company trying to make money out the fans. When it comes to DB''S releases if see that...See more
Here we go again venturing into the minefield that is "how can you tell if the sound quality is decent ". How do you know if it is an "official release " ,or a rip off by some crap media company trying to make money out the fans. When it comes to DB''S releases if see that Toni Visconti is the sound engineer, that is the sign that you will get a quality recording. This release is a point in fact and it is released on the Parlophone label. There are a few other labels that in the main you will get decent sound reproduction, these being Good Ship Funke and PLG releases. This is another brilliant example of DB and the band playing at the top of their game. You hear all the instruments David is singing off the planet. Many early tracks are on this release. It never ceases to amaze how each time I listen to a live recording, there is always different interpretations of the tracks. This is another standout release.
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