Disc One (57:02)

  1. Space Oddity
  2. Changes
  3. TVC15
  4. Rebel Rebel
  5. Golden Years
  6. Be My Wife
  7. Ashes To Ashes
  8. John, I'm Only Dancing
  9. Queen Bitch
  10. Fashion
  11. Life On Mars ?
  12. Blue Jean
  13. Stay
  14. Ziggy Stardust

Disc Two (52:54)

  1. Sound And Vision
  2. Station To Station
  3. Alabama Song
  4. Young Americans
  5. Panic In Detroit
  6. Suffragette City
  7. Heroes
  8. The Jean Genie
  9. Pretty Pink Rose
  10. Modern Love
  11. Rock 'n' Roll Suicide

Label : Wardour

Venue : Montreal Forum, Montreal, Québec, Canada

Recording Date : March 6, 1990

Release Date : 2018

Quality : Soundboard recording (A+)

Review : We've got something special going on here with the Montreal Forum. On the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983 David Bowie played 2 nights there on July 12 & 13, 1983. The July 13, 1983 show is one of the most widely released David Bowie unofficial recordings. Then we move to the Glass Spider Tour in 1987. David Bowie played 1 night at the Montreal Forum on August 30, 1987. That show has been officially released. It became official in terrible "official" quality when the Glass Spider DVD was finally released a few years ago. The video is from Australia but the bonus CDs were this Montreal show. Fortunatly, the show was remastered & sounds a lot better in the recent "Loving the Alien 1983-1988" box set. Then we move to the Sound + Vision Tour in 1990. Bowie played the 2nd night of the tour there for 1 performance on March 6, 1990. That is now presented to you here in another soundboard recording. It's great to have such an early show to hear things a bit rough around the edges. Songs like Golden Years, Panic in Detroit, Alabama Song, John I'm Only Dancing & Panic In Detroit were dropped or just rarely played as the tour progressed. It's also great to have Bowie's voice still intact before he started yelling through most shows. It could be cool if we found the other Montreal Forum shows in soundboard quality: June 14 1974, February 25 1976, May 3 1978. The Montreal Forum was shut down in 1996.