David Bowie ‎- David Bowie (1967) Deram/0600753276013 - EU 180g Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Posted By: Fran Solo
David Bowie ‎- David Bowie (1967) Deram/0600753276013 - EU 180g Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

David Bowie ‎- David Bowie
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 1400mb
Label: Label: 532 760-1, Deram/0600753276013 | Released: 1967 | This Issue: 2010 | Genre: Psychedelic-Rock

The Original Mono Album
A1 Uncle Arthur
A2 Sell Me A Coat
A3 Rubber Band
A4 Love You Till Tuesday
A5 There Is A Happy Land
A6 We Are Hungry Men
A7 When I Live My Dream
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B1 Little Bombardier
B2 Silly Boy Blue
B3 Come And Buy My Toys
B4 Join The Gang
B5 She's Got Medals
B6 Maids Of Bond Street
B7 Please Mr. Gravedigger
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The Original Stereo Album
C1 Uncle Arthur
C2 Sell Me A Coat
C3 Rubber Band
C4 Love You Till Tuesday
C5 There Is A Happy Land
C6 We Are Hungry Men
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C7 When I Live My Dream
D1 Little Bombardier
D2 Silly Boy Blue
D3 Come And Buy My Toys
D4 Join The Gang
D5 She's Got Medals
D6 Maids Of Bond Street
D7 Please Mr. Gravedigger


Phonographic Copyright (p) – Decca Music Group Limited
Copyright © – Decca Music Group Limited
Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 88147E
Credits
Arranged By [Musical Arrangements] – David Bowie, Dek Fearnley*
Engineer – Gus Dudgeon
Liner Notes – Kenneth Pitt
Photography By [Cover] – Gerald Fearnley
Producer – Mike Vernon
Written-By – David Bowie
Notes
Mono & Stereo
Printed inner sleeves.

This Compilation:
℗ 2010 Decca Music Group Ltd
© 2010 Decca Music Group Ltd
A Universal Music Company

The copyright in these sound recordings is owned by Decca Records (London) Ltd., a division of Universal Music Operations Ltd.
Made in the EU.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 6 00753 27601 3
Rights Society: BIEM SABAM
Label Code: LC 00171
Matrix / Runout (Side One Mono Run Out Groove): 88147E1/A and www.gzmusic.com 5327601-A
Matrix / Runout (Side Two Mono Run Out Groove): 88147E2/A and 5327601-B
Matrix / Runout (Side One Stereo Run Out Groove): 88147E3/A and 5327601-C
Matrix / Runout (Side Two Stereo Run Out Groove): 88147E4/A and 5327601-D
Other (Cat # LP 1): 532 760-2
Other (Cat # LP 2): 532 760-3


David Bowie ‎- David Bowie (1967) Deram/0600753276013 - EU 180g Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

David Bowie ‎- David Bowie (1967) Deram/0600753276013 - EU 180g Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

David Bowie ‎- David Bowie (1967) Deram/0600753276013 - EU 180g Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz



This Rip: 2016
• Cleaning: RCM Moth MkII Pro Vinyl
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• Vinyl Condition: M
• This LP: From my personal collection
• LP Rip & Full Scan LP Cover: Fran Solo
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What a story! We have the latest David Bowie's work, and I ask you: What about the first? Is pointing to pure psychedelia, and he with his unmistakable voice and only 20 years old!
I might add that the first pressings of this LP are highly sought after in the world (prohibitive prices). This reissue that I share contains the original edition in mono and stereo, remastered from the original tapes. Outstanding work of GZ Digital Media for Decca.
Fran Solo, 2016

David Bowie's first ever LP – the 1967 set that introduced the world to the likes of "Rubber Band" and "There Is a Happy Land" – is an intriguing collection, as much in its own right as for the light it sheds on Bowie's future career. Nobody hearing "She's Got Medals," for instance, can fail to marvel at the sheer prescience displayed by a song about gender-bending. Even within Bowie's subsequent world of alligators, starmen, and astronettes, however, there are no parallels for the likes of "Please Mr. Gravedigger," with its storm-swept lament for a murdered little girl, or "Uncle Arthur," the archetypal mommy's boy, whose one stab at snapping the apron strings shatters when he realizes his new love cannot cook. There's also a frightening glimpse into future Bowie universes, served up by "We Are Hungry Men," a tale of a world in which food is so scarce that the people have resorted to cannibalism. Not all of the songs are such sharp observations of human frailties and failings, while the distinctly family-entertainment style arrangements make it clear that, whatever audience Bowie was aiming for, rock fans were not included among them. But songs like "Love You Till Tuesday" and "Maid of Bond Street" have a catchy irresistibility to them all the same, and though this material has been repackaged with such mind-numbing frequency as to seem all but irrelevant today, David Bowie still remains a remarkable piece of work. And it sounds less like anything else he's ever done than any subsequent record in his catalog.
Review by Dave Thompson, allmusic


Yeah, so what - the cover is diabolical*. But you know, I think this is a great record, far better than 'Space Oddity' which was released two years later. I've got the cd version of this which runs for almost 80 mins! and it includes 'The Laughing Gnome' and singles from that era of Bowie's that everyone seems to hate- Hooray! It's Bowie being Un-Bowie. A one off, scatty, light hearted masterpiece. It's got nothing on 'Ziggy' or 'Scary Monsters'. Take it for what it is - funny, goofy and cheery. It's not often you can say that about Bowie. The way in which the songs are structured always reminds me of Syd Barrett's Floyd - and no-one gave them a hard time about 'Piper at the Gates of Dawn' afterwards, did they? Fair enough, 'Sell me a Coat' and 'Silly Boy Blue' are a bit pants. Bowie even gets his sitar out on 'Come and Buy my Toys'. And on 'Please Mr Gravedigger' he's coughing and hacking away like Wilfrid Brambell's 'Albert Steptoe' while digging a grave for a ten year old girl that he's just killed! So cheer up misery guts and stop being so po-faced about this album. Bowie's biggest mistake with this record was the hideous front cover, not the music within!
Review by Dobermensch, progarchives

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