David Bowie - The Serious Moonlight Rehearsals Live Vinyl LP - revicheerthaubabi.therpvarimevacmunilliliselradic.co Music The Serious Moonlight Rehearsals Live Vinyl LP David Bowie (Performer) Format: Vinyl. After a decade and a half of being the freak of rock n roll Bowie wanted to just be a rock star and the Serious Moonlight tour and Let's Dance album showed he /5(90). 34 rows · Feb 28, · my review concerns The Serious Moonlight Rehearsals 2LP on Gotham /5(). View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Serious Moonlight Rehearsal on Discogs.
Aug 26, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Dallas Rehearsals on Discogs. Label: Toast Records - 2, • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • David Bowie - The Dallas Rehearsals (Vinyl) | Discogs3/5(2). The Serious Moonlight Tour was launched in May in support of David Bowie's album Let's Dance (). The tour opened at the Vorst Forest Nationaal, Brussels, on and ended in the Hong Kong Coliseum on 8 December ; 15 countries visited, 96 performances, and over M tickets sold. The tour garnered mostly favorable reviews from the press. Aug 28, · Recorded at the Las Colinas Soundstage in Dallas on April 27 , these are the soundboard recordings of Bowie’s tour rehearsal for the Serious Moonlight tour featuring Stevie Ray on guitar. With the Let’s Dance () album a monstrous success, Bowie was understandably keen for Vaughan to join the band on the subsequent Serious Moonlight.
The David Bowie Serious Moonlight Tour was thus far Bowie’s longest, largest and most successful concert tour. The tour opened at the Vorst Forest Nationaal, Brussels, on and ended in the Hong Kong Coliseum on 8 December ; 16 countries visited, . With the album a success, Bowie was keen for Vaughan to join his group for the subsequent Serious Moonlight Tour. However, with Vaughan reluctant to leave Double Trouble (who had just finished recording their debut album, Texas Flood), David’s management offered to let the group open the show on select tour dates. 's 'Let's Dance' was one of David Bowie's most commercially successful albums and so needed a tour to match. Named 'Serious Moonlight', the tour sold much better than expected forcing Bowie into less intimate venues than planned. Perhaps this explains why it /5(95).