Video featuring footage of Bowie’s 50th birthday concert in New York released to mark the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s mission to the moon.
The track has been remixed by longtime David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, with the video featuring footage of Bowie filmed during his 50th birthday concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden in 1997.
The promo also includes video shot and directed by choreographer Eduaord Lock which appeared on the backdrop of Bowie’s Sound And Vision tour in 1990.
The video made its premiere on Saturday at The Kennedy Center in Washington – the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s historic moon landing – which also came just days after Bowie released the single.
Along with the double 7-inch vinyl set, the package also includes a double-sided poster featuring an original Space Oddity press advert, and a Ray Stevenson shot of Bowie taken at the London Palladium on November 30, 1969.
In addition, the box set also features an info card and a print with an alternative shot taken by Jojanneke Claassen from the Space Oddity promo single cover session.
In April this year, a 7-inch singles box set titled Spying Through A Keyhole was released featuring nine previously unreleased Bowie demos.
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- David Bowie - Coca-Cola Planet Live - Austrian - 2-CD album set - Promo - £395.00, $537.20, €442.40 (New Item) (arrived 26-Feb-2021 19:42)on March 3, 2021 at 9:12 pm
DAVID BOWIE Coca-Cola Planet Live (Very Rare official 1997 Austrian promotional-only 2-CD radio transcription show. This release is part of a limited edition live radio promo series sponsored by Coca-Cola and made by European label MCM/Austereo. Featuring 25-tracks recorded at Bowie's 50th Birthday party/tribute concert at New York's Madison Square Garden in January 1997, with guest stars including Lou Reed, Robert Smith of The Cure, Frank Black, Foo Fighters & Dave Grohl, Sonic Youth & Billy Corgan, complete with a Bowie interview segment. This set was extremely limited & sponsored by Coca-Cola, with both parts housed in plain white paper envelope slipcases. Obtained from the private collection of an ex-industry bod who was there on the night, we haven't stocked one of these in a very long time, and includes copies of the cue, show information & biography sheets! PL/DB01/01-02)
- David Bowie - Drive In Saturday - 4pr - UK - 7" vinyl - £10.00, $13.60, €11.20 (New Item) (arrived 22-Feb-2021 12:15)on March 3, 2021 at 9:12 pm
DAVID BOWIE Drive In Saturday (1973 UK 7" vinyl single with intact four prong centre, also including Round And Round, record company die-cut paper sleeve. The sleeve has been carefully annotated with title and artist whilst the vinyl shows only light signs of play RCA2352)
- David Bowie - Scary Monsters - 1st - UK - vinyl LP - £50.00, $68.00, €56.00 (New Item) (arrived 17-Feb-2021 16:23)on March 3, 2021 at 9:12 pm
DAVID BOWIE Scary Monsters (Original 1980 UK black label 10-track LP including the Bowie classics Ashes To Ashes & Fashion, nicely sprinkled with a liberal dose of Robert Fripp's futuristic guitar work, complete with fold-out lyric insert. The picture sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl is Near Mint with few signs of play. A nice one owner copy of this cutting edge Bowie favourite BOWLP2)
- David Bowie - Let's Dance - EX - UK - vinyl LP - £15.00, $20.40, €16.80 (New Item) (arrived 18-Feb-2021 11:47)on March 3, 2021 at 9:12 pm
DAVID BOWIE Let's Dance (1983 UK 8-track vinyl LP produced by Chic's Nile Rodgers and featuring the guitar genius of a then unknown Stevie Ray Vaughan, glossy picture sleeve with illustrated lyric inner. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear and the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a few signs of play AML3029)
- David Bowie - David Bowie [Space Oddity] - Sealed - UK - vinyl LP - £49.99, $67.99, €55.99 (New Item) (arrived 19-Feb-2021 10:56)on March 3, 2021 at 9:12 pm
DAVID BOWIE David Bowie [Space Oddity] (2009 UK '40th Anniversary Limited Edition' 9-track digitally remastered LP pressed on 180 gram Vinyl - Produced by Tony Visconti [bar 'Space Oddity', which was produced by the late Gus Dudgeon], the album was a giant leap forward in terms of songwriting for Bowie compared to his 1967 debut. Noted for a list of collaborators, including session players Herbie Flowers, Tim Renwick, Terry Cox & Rick Wakeman, the album delves into Psychedelic Folk-Rock, as well as Prog, with its genre-defying template creating a blueprint of what was to come. Housed in a replica glossy gatefold sleeve with printed inner & giant fold-out poster - still sealed in its hype-stickered shrinkwrap DBSOLP40)