Bowie’s next stop on “Brilliant Live Adventures” is “No Trendy Réchauffé”, a 1995 live show in Birmingham, England. David Bowie live album from 1995, No Trendy Réchauffé, gets first releasehttps: //t.co/ qk1QIsNFle pic.twitter.com/9CcJ321Dp9— The Vinyl Factory (@TheVinylFactory) November 10, 2020Arrives at record stores from Parlophone Records on November 20. “No Trendy Réchauffé (Live Birmingham 95)” of Birmingham, as part of the Big Twix Mix Show. Although it was a commercial release – for the first time – of the full show, excerpts from it were filmed and broadcast by the BBC, while Bowie’s renditions of “Moonage Daydream” and “Under Pressure” were included on the CD “Hallo Spaceboy”. The list of concerts The list of songs of “No Trendy Réchauffé” boasts of rare live performances of “Jump They Say” and “Strangers When We Meet”. In addition, according to APE – BPE, the album includes two versions of “Hallo Spaceboy”, the second of which is accompanied by a music video which Bowie planned to release at the time for the song, but never did. The Pet Shop Boys then remixed the song for a separate release, and an alternative promo video was prepared. “No Trendy Réchauffé” will be released on CD and on a double LP. Latest live release captures 1995 show in Birmingham, England https: // t.co/3IFlK3fHYU— Rolling Stone Australia (@rollingstoneaus) November 9, 2020The “Brilliant Live Adventures” series was announced last month and consists of six live albums recorded in the 1990s. The first, entitled “Ouvrez Le Chien” , is a 1995 show in Dallas, Texas and was released in late October. According to Rolling Stone, another album will reach us before this Christmas, while the other three are expected in the first months of 2021.
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