David Bowie: "The Width Of A Circle" - Metrobolist 2 disc companion collection @FLAC (May 27, 2021)

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Not had time to label everything, but here a day early than release is the Metrobolist companion 2 disc 'book'.
Great value at £20 - the book part of it is very well done.
Ripped at FLAC by myself.
The Bowie RSD material was all de-listed and made available via indies (possibly in anticipation of Covid issues).
I can't encode the PD vinyl, but enjoy these 2 discs of material.
Info shamelessly taken from Bowie.com.
EAC -> FLAC
Any imperfections are part of the disc mastering not the rip.

DAVID BOWIE – THE WIDTH OF A CIRCLE

+ - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +
The 2020 re-release of The Man Who Sold The World restored the album’s intended title Metrobolist, while featuring a new mix by original producer Tony Visconti. Taking its name from the album’s opening track, which was named after a painting by Bowie’s friend George Underwood, the new two-CD set The Width Of A Circle acts as a complementary piece to that album. Its 21 tracks feature non-album singles, a BBC In Concert session, music for a TV play and further Visconti remixes wrapping up David’s recordings from 1970 and revealing the first sonic steps toward Hunky Dory.
CD 1:

THE SUNDAY SHOW INTRODUCED BY JOHN PEEL


Recorded on 5th February, 1970 and broadcast on 8th February, 1970

Amsterdam *
God Knows I’m Good *
Buzz The Fuzz
Karma Man
London Bye, Ta-Ta
An Occasional Dream
The Width Of A Circle*
Janine
Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed*
Fill Your Heart
The Prettiest Star
Cygnet Committee*
Memory Of A Free Festival*

Performed by David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (a.k.a. The Hype)

THE LOOKING GLASS MURDERS AKA PIERROT IN TURQUOISE:

When I Live My Dream
Columbine
The Mirror
Threepenny Pierrot
When I Live My Dream (Reprise)

SINGLES

The Prettiest Star (Alternative Mix)

Single mix released on 6th March, 1970 on Mercury Records MF 1135. This is the unreleased alternative mix created for promotion in the US market.

London Bye, Ta-Ta*

Originally recorded and rejected as the follow up single to ‘Space Oddity’. This mono mix was finally released on the Sound & Vision box set in 1989.

London Bye, Ta-Ta (1970 Stereo Mix)*

This stereo mix of the above remained unreleased until the reformatted reissue of the Sound & Vision box set in 2003, replacing the mono mix.

Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 1)*
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 2)*

The re-recorded electric version of the closing track from the David Bowie (aka Space Oddity) album released as a single on Mercury Records 6052 026 on 26th June, 1970.

Holy Holy*

This non-album single A side, backed by the album version of ‘Black Country Rock’ from The Man Who Sold The World album, was released on Mercury Records 6052 049 on 15th January, 1971.

SOUNDS OF THE 70’S: ANDY FERRIS SHOW

Recorded on 25th March, 1970 and broadcast on the 6th April, 1970

Waiting For The Man
The Width Of A Circle
The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud*
The Supermen (Bowie At The Beeb vinyl only)*
Performed by David Bowie and The Hype

2020 MIXES

The Prettiest Star (2020 Mix)
London Bye, Ta-Ta (2020 Mix)
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version - 2020 Mix)
All The Madmen (Single Edit 2020 Mix)
Holy Holy (2020 Mix)

(*denotes previously released)




Enjoy,
Feel free to tag it or wait for the usual sites to share it tagged.
There were no entries for this on Freedb as it was too soon.
I just concentrated on getting it shared quickly.
Regards,
FWD.

Both discs:
 

Ketamine Sun

Verso’s parents regret the condom splitting
WOW! THANKS! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :)

View attachment 72697

Not had time to label everything, but here a day early than release is the Metrobolist companion 2 disc 'book'.
Great value at £20 - the book part of it is very well done.
Ripped at FLAC by myself.
The Bowie RSD material was all de-listed and made available via indies (possibly in anticipation of Covid issues).
I can't encode the PD vinyl, but enjoy these 2 discs of material.
Info shamelessly taken from Bowie.com.
EAC -> FLAC
Any imperfections are part of the disc mastering not the rip.

DAVID BOWIE – THE WIDTH OF A CIRCLE

+ - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +
The 2020 re-release of The Man Who Sold The World restored the album’s intended title Metrobolist, while featuring a new mix by original producer Tony Visconti. Taking its name from the album’s opening track, which was named after a painting by Bowie’s friend George Underwood, the new two-CD set The Width Of A Circle acts as a complementary piece to that album. Its 21 tracks feature non-album singles, a BBC In Concert session, music for a TV play and further Visconti remixes wrapping up David’s recordings from 1970 and revealing the first sonic steps toward Hunky Dory.
CD 1:

THE SUNDAY SHOW INTRODUCED BY JOHN PEEL


Recorded on 5th February, 1970 and broadcast on 8th February, 1970

Amsterdam *
God Knows I’m Good *
Buzz The Fuzz
Karma Man
London Bye, Ta-Ta
An Occasional Dream
The Width Of A Circle*
Janine
Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed*
Fill Your Heart
The Prettiest Star
Cygnet Committee*
Memory Of A Free Festival*

Performed by David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (a.k.a. The Hype)

THE LOOKING GLASS MURDERS AKA PIERROT IN TURQUOISE:

When I Live My Dream
Columbine
The Mirror
Threepenny Pierrot
When I Live My Dream (Reprise)

SINGLES

The Prettiest Star (Alternative Mix)

Single mix released on 6th March, 1970 on Mercury Records MF 1135. This is the unreleased alternative mix created for promotion in the US market.

London Bye, Ta-Ta*

Originally recorded and rejected as the follow up single to ‘Space Oddity’. This mono mix was finally released on the Sound & Vision box set in 1989.

London Bye, Ta-Ta (1970 Stereo Mix)*

This stereo mix of the above remained unreleased until the reformatted reissue of the Sound & Vision box set in 2003, replacing the mono mix.

Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 1)*
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 2)*

The re-recorded electric version of the closing track from the David Bowie (aka Space Oddity) album released as a single on Mercury Records 6052 026 on 26th June, 1970.

Holy Holy*

This non-album single A side, backed by the album version of ‘Black Country Rock’ from The Man Who Sold The World album, was released on Mercury Records 6052 049 on 15th January, 1971.

SOUNDS OF THE 70’S: ANDY FERRIS SHOW

Recorded on 25th March, 1970 and broadcast on the 6th April, 1970

Waiting For The Man
The Width Of A Circle
The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud*
The Supermen (Bowie At The Beeb vinyl only)*
Performed by David Bowie and The Hype

2020 MIXES

The Prettiest Star (2020 Mix)
London Bye, Ta-Ta (2020 Mix)
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version - 2020 Mix)
All The Madmen (Single Edit 2020 Mix)
Holy Holy (2020 Mix)

(*denotes previously released)




Enjoy,
Feel free to tag it or wait for the usual sites to share it tagged.
There were no entries for this on Freedb as it was too soon.
I just concentrated on getting it shared quickly.
Regards,
FWD.

Both discs:
 

Dirk Blaggard

Active Member
Name, ranking, label, cover, etc...

Flac + 320 kbit/s (VBR)


Link CD1: https://we.tl/t-8b3LcyBVdi
Link CD2: https://we.tl/t-ERRfZkweVu


Best Regards,
PIVI16
WOW! THANKS! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :)
could someone possibly re post this .
Im c
View attachment 72697

Not had time to label everything, but here a day early than release is the Metrobolist companion 2 disc 'book'.
Great value at £20 - the book part of it is very well done.
Ripped at FLAC by myself.
The Bowie RSD material was all de-listed and made available via indies (possibly in anticipation of Covid issues).
I can't encode the PD vinyl, but enjoy these 2 discs of material.
Info shamelessly taken from Bowie.com.
EAC -> FLAC
Any imperfections are part of the disc mastering not the rip.

DAVID BOWIE – THE WIDTH OF A CIRCLE

+ - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - +
The 2020 re-release of The Man Who Sold The World restored the album’s intended title Metrobolist, while featuring a new mix by original producer Tony Visconti. Taking its name from the album’s opening track, which was named after a painting by Bowie’s friend George Underwood, the new two-CD set The Width Of A Circle acts as a complementary piece to that album. Its 21 tracks feature non-album singles, a BBC In Concert session, music for a TV play and further Visconti remixes wrapping up David’s recordings from 1970 and revealing the first sonic steps toward Hunky Dory.
CD 1:

THE SUNDAY SHOW INTRODUCED BY JOHN PEEL


Recorded on 5th February, 1970 and broadcast on 8th February, 1970

Amsterdam *
God Knows I’m Good *
Buzz The Fuzz
Karma Man
London Bye, Ta-Ta
An Occasional Dream
The Width Of A Circle*
Janine
Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed*
Fill Your Heart
The Prettiest Star
Cygnet Committee*
Memory Of A Free Festival*

Performed by David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (a.k.a. The Hype)

THE LOOKING GLASS MURDERS AKA PIERROT IN TURQUOISE:

When I Live My Dream
Columbine
The Mirror
Threepenny Pierrot
When I Live My Dream (Reprise)

SINGLES

The Prettiest Star (Alternative Mix)

Single mix released on 6th March, 1970 on Mercury Records MF 1135. This is the unreleased alternative mix created for promotion in the US market.

London Bye, Ta-Ta*

Originally recorded and rejected as the follow up single to ‘Space Oddity’. This mono mix was finally released on the Sound & Vision box set in 1989.

London Bye, Ta-Ta (1970 Stereo Mix)*

This stereo mix of the above remained unreleased until the reformatted reissue of the Sound & Vision box set in 2003, replacing the mono mix.

Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 1)*
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version Part 2)*

The re-recorded electric version of the closing track from the David Bowie (aka Space Oddity) album released as a single on Mercury Records 6052 026 on 26th June, 1970.

Holy Holy*

This non-album single A side, backed by the album version of ‘Black Country Rock’ from The Man Who Sold The World album, was released on Mercury Records 6052 049 on 15th January, 1971.

SOUNDS OF THE 70’S: ANDY FERRIS SHOW

Recorded on 25th March, 1970 and broadcast on the 6th April, 1970

Waiting For The Man
The Width Of A Circle
The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud*
The Supermen (Bowie At The Beeb vinyl only)*
Performed by David Bowie and The Hype

2020 MIXES

The Prettiest Star (2020 Mix)
London Bye, Ta-Ta (2020 Mix)
Memory Of A Free Festival (Single Version - 2020 Mix)
All The Madmen (Single Edit 2020 Mix)
Holy Holy (2020 Mix)

(*denotes previously released)




Enjoy,
Feel free to tag it or wait for the usual sites to share it tagged.
There were no entries for this on Freedb as it was too soon.
I just concentrated on getting it shared quickly.
Regards,
FWD.

Both discs:
I purchased on ebay .. what came wasn't this , ebay refused to give a refund ,

could this please be reposted , great lp . my fave bowie lp , mainly as it meant so much to me as a teen
 

Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
could someone possibly re post this .
Im c

I purchased on ebay .. what came wasn't this , ebay refused to give a refund ,

could this please be reposted , great lp . my fave bowie lp , mainly as it meant so much to me as a teen

Regards,
FWD.
 
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