Sure disc two is good, but disc one should not be overlooked. It also has material from Hunky Dory, as well as songs from the Space Oddity album. They reflect the pre-ziggy stuff and have a more quirky, naive 'English' sound. (They're good for bashing out on an acoustic guitar after a hard day down the salt mines.) I also like the John Peel mumblings and the slightly cringing Tony Blackburn interview. It all makes for a more amateur, bootleg feel to the disc, even though the sound quality is good. In this respect it's interesting to compare it with the 27-06-00 Bowie BBC concert hosted by Jonathon Woss, which also has a cosy unpretentious feel to it.