Live at Santa Monica '72

Double Vinyl

The Live at Santa Monica '72 vinyl has 2 heavyweight 180g vinyl records in wide-spine sleeves.

The glammy, gender-bending wit of Ziggy Stardust raised David Bowie's American profile, but the swaggering hard rock intensity of his 1972 U.S. tour made him a superstar.

Bowie and his Spiders from Mars-freshly expanded with new keyboardist Mike Garson-are scary-tight: the opening Hang on to Yourself has the manic energy of punk four years before the Ramones.

Earlier, more reflective material like the haunting Life on Mars and a dramatic take on Jacques Brel's My Death is just as direct and powerful.


1. Introduction
2. Hang On To Yourself
3. Ziggy Stardust
4. Changes
5. The Supermen
6. Life On Mars?
7. Five Years
8. Space Oddity
9. Andy Warhol
10. My Death
11. The Width Of A Circle
12. Queen Bitch
13. Moonage Daydream
14. John, I'm Only Dancing
15. Waiting For The Man
16. The Jean Genie
17. Suffragette City
18. Rock 'n' Roll Suicide