David Bowie live album from 1995, No Trendy Réchauffé, gets first release



Including renditions of ‘The Man Who Sold The World’, ‘Moonage Daydream’, ‘Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)’ and more.

David Bowie’s 1995 live album No Trendy Réchauffé is being released for the first time, via Parlophone this November.

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No Trendy Réchauffé was recorded live at the Birmingham NEC during 1995, as part of Bowie’s Outside tour.

For the show, Bowie was joined by Carlos Alomar on guitar, Reeves Gabrels on guitar and vocals, Gail Ann Dorsey on bass and vocals, Zachary Alford on drums, Peter Schwartz on keyboards and synthesisers, George Simms on vocals, and Mike Garson on piano and keyboards.

No Trendy Réchauffé includes live renditions of ‘Teenage Wildlife’, ‘Under Pressure’, ‘Moonage Daydream’, Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps), and ‘The Man Who Sold The World.’

It marks the second release in Parlophone’s Brilliant Live Adventures series focusing on live Bowie albums from the ’90s.

Pre-order No Trendy Réchauffé here in advance of its 18th November release and check out the tracklist below.


Side A

1. Look Back In Anger
2. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
3. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
4. The Man Who Sold The World

Side B

1. Hallo Spaceboy
2. I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
3. Strangers When We Meet
4. Breaking Glass

Side C

1. The Motel
2. Jump They Say
3. Teenage Wildlife

Side D

1. Under Pressure
2. Moonage Daydream
3. We Prick You
4. Hallo Spaceboy (version 2)

Photo by: Roger Woolman

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