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Live Nassau Coliseum '76

Live Nassau Coliseum '76
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Live album by
Released10 February 2017 (2017-02-10)
Recorded23 March 1976
VenueNassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA
StudioRecord Plant Mobile
GenreArt rock
Length82:58 [1]
ProducerHarry Maslin
Bowie chronology
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Live Nassau Coliseum '76 is a live album by David Bowie recorded on 23 March 1976 during Bowie's Isolar Tour[2] in support of the album Station to Station. The recording was first released in September 2010, as part of special and deluxe editions of Station to Station.[3][4][5] The album was released separately on 10 February 2017.[6]

Critical reception

Writer Nicholas Pegg described the album as “an excellent memento of one of Bowie’s greatest tours, with highlights including a majestic ‘Word On A Wing’, an über-cool ‘Waiting For The Man’, and riotous, thrilling renditions of ‘Stay’ and ‘The Jean Genie’ ” with “Bowie and his terrific 1976 band on blistering form.”[7]

Track listing

Disc 1
1."Station to Station"11:53
2."Suffragette City"3:31
3."Fame" (Bowie, Carlos Alomar, John Lennon)4:02
4."Word on a Wing"6:06
6."Waiting for the Man" (Lou Reed)6:20
7."Queen Bitch"3:12
Disc 2
1."Life on Mars?"2:13
2."Five Years"5:03
3."Panic in Detroit" (with most of drum solo edited out)6:03
4."Changes" (with band intro)4:11
5."TVC 15"4:58
6."Diamond Dogs"6:38
7."Rebel Rebel"4:07
8."The Jean Genie"7:28
Total length:83:10


  • Dave Hewitt – recording engineer, 1976
  • Harry Maslin – producer, mixing engineer
  • Mixed at Sweetersongs East Studios, Santa Monica, California, USA in February 2009.
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Andrew Kent – photography, 1976
  • Scott Minshall – artwork


  1. ^
  2. ^ Kevin Cann, David Bowie: A Chronology, Vermilion, 1983, ISBN 0-09-153831-9
  3. ^ David Bowie's Space Oddity, Station to Station Albums to Be Reissued, Pitchfork News, Retrieved on 19 August 2009.
  4. ^ Station to Station four disc set due next year at BowieNet. Retrieved on 16 November 2009.
  5. ^ S2S special and deluxe edition boxes due in September at BowieNet. Retrieved on 16 November 2009.
  6. ^
  7. ^ Pegg, Nicholas (2016). The Complete David Bowie. London: Titan. pp. 461, 460.

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