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David Bowie - A Reality Tour [DVD] 
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Filmed last November 22 and 23 in front of emotionally charged audiences at the Point Depot in Dublin, Ireland, the DVD marks the influential rock legends first concert film in over 15 years. 30 songs spanning BOWIEs illustrious career--including "Five Years" and "Hang On To Yourself," which BOWIE hasnt played live in over 20 years--are featured in a riveting state-of-the-art sound and light stage production that was conceived by BOWIE and utilizes enormous LED screens and animation. The program runs 140 minutes, and a ten-page booklet filled with amazing live photos from the event is included in the package. Track Listing: 1. Rebel Rebel 2. New Killer Star 3. Reality 4. Fame 5. Cactus 6. Sister Midnight 7. Afraid 8. All The Young Dudes 9. Be My Wife 10. The Loneliest Guy 11. The Man Who Sold The World 12. Fantastic Voyage 13. Hallo Spaceboy 14. Sunday 15. Under Pressure 16. Life On Mars? 17. Battle For Britain 18. Ashes To Ashes 19. The Motel 20. Loving The Alien 21. Never Get Old 22. Changes 23. I'm Afraid Of Americans 24. Heroes 25. Bring Me The Disco King 26. Slip Away 27. Heathen 28. 5 Years 29. Hang On To Yourself 30. Ziggy Stardust.
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This DVD delivers on all counts. No one can really complain about the songs (as you get plenty)or thier quality. From the rousing Rebel Rebel as an intro to the legeddary Ziggy Stardust at the end it's a roller coaster ride through Bowie's well known and not so well known songs. A highlight is the mighty overlooked re-worked Loving The Alien.
Like other reviewers have stated there really are so many gems on here including:
All The Young Dudes- an audience rousing of singing and general euphoria.
Under Pressure - a song I was not ever that keen on has a new dimension with the wonderful voice of Gail Ann Dorsey bowies' bassist.
Life on Mars - just sublime even now.
Heathen - how this has become an audience favourite is beyond me (dont get me wrong I love it) but its tingling.
The Reality songs hold up very welll best for me being New Killer Star.
The Man Who Sold the World as it should be played.
A truly fantastic rendition of of Sister Midnight even as good as Iggys'
The obligatory Heroes but I wouldnt have it any other way.
The Ziggy finale to top it all off. We really do get to get our cake and eat it on this one.
This concert demonstrates the incredible strength of Bowie as a performer and also the strength of songs from all his periods. His performance of "Loving the Alien" shows that also songs from some of his belittled 1980s albums have terrific potential. Including some of the great songs he has written for others artists to record ("All the Young Dudes"/Mott the Hoople and "Sister Midnight"/Iggy Pop) gives you a rare opportunity to hear them performed by Bowie. "Sister Midnight" is fantastic. Recent songs like "Slip Away" and "Reality" shows that Bowie, unlike some others that have been around as long as he has, is as creative today as in the earlier years of his career. Bowie is old enough to be my dad - but what a cool dude he is! "Bring Me The Disco King" is even better in this live version than on the album.
Instead of making the concert a 'greatest hits' line-up Bowie has chosen a set that really has range from classics like "Changes", "Fame" and "Under Pressure" to less known songs like the wonderful "Fantastic Voyage" and "The Motel". The catch is that great classics like "Time", "Young Americans", "Golden Years", "Stay", "DJ", "Fashion", "Lets Dance" and "China Girl" are not included, but I think it sill makes for the more interesting and better concert.
It is hard to put your finger on something that is not good about this DVD. The only detail would be: Why is the menu music mixed so much louder than the concert itself?
I saw Bowie twice on this tour, both times in Oslo. The first time was indoors about a month before this was filmed, and I must say this dvd is very close to how I remember it. The last concert was at the very end of the tour in a park. That concert was probably even better. Sadly, Bowie suffered a heart attack only a couple of weeks after that, and I doubt that he will ever undertake such a major tour again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had seen bits and pieces of this performance on YouTube and about half of it was shown on Sky Arts, it left me wanting the whole thing! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Mr. C. Spillett
Naturally any Bowie fan will appreciate a live performance from a true legend but the camera angles, focusing etc can be annoying at times. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Lazarus
The camera work is very amature, (surprisingly for david bowie ), you,d have to be a real DB fan to enjoy this tour ,l did,nt know a lot of these songs , he sounded &looked... Read morePublished 3 months ago by julie sayers
watched this concert the other day on Sky Arts, loved it, and had to have it.
Miss this guy so much
The one star is for the camera work which totally ruins it. I managed about three songs and gave up. What are these people thinking when they edit like this. It's horrendous! Read morePublished 3 months ago by steve foster
Great concert from the Reality Tour. The band was absolutely fantastic on this tour.Published 5 months ago by North58