DAVID BOWIE : TVC 1990
Disc One (46:21)
Disc Two (42:52)
Label : Shout To The Top
Release Year : 1999
Recording Date : May 16, 1990
Venue : Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Quality : Soundboard Recording (A+)
Review : The Sound+Vision Tour was a 1990 concert tour by English musician David Bowie that was billed as a greatest hits tour in which Bowie would retire his back catalogue of hit songs from live performance. The tour opened at the Colisée de Québec in Quebec City, Canada on 4 March 1990 before reaching its conclusion at the River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 29 September 1990, spanning five continents in seven months. The concert tour surpassed Bowie's previous Serious Moonlight (1983) and Glass Spider (1987) tours' statistics by visiting 27 countries with 108 performances. David Bowie played two nights in a row at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. This is a registration of the second night in excellent soundboard quality.
Review (Bassman) : This Japanese double CD contains almost the complete second show in Tokyo 1990, in excellent sound quality. The mising songs are Fashion / Stay / Station To Station / Panic In Detroit / Pretty Pink Rose. The original King Bisquit Flower Hour discs (the source of this CD) does not contain those songs either. A nice cover with only one mistake, the picture on the inside of the back cover is an Tin Machine picture from 1989! If you don't have the excellent and complete CD "Tour 1990", this can do as a good substitute.