Bowie at the Beeb
is a compilation album by David Bowie
, first released in 2000. Originally, it came in a three CD set, the third, bonus CD being a recording on at the Portland BBC Radio Theatre
. Later editions contain only the first two CDs.
The first pressing mistakenly included the second (disc 2, track 12) version of the song "Ziggy Stardust" twice on disc two, missing the first (disc 2, track 4) version. EMI declined to issue corrected replacement discs to customers, instead mailing out one-song CDRs of the first version.
This compilation also features a previously unreleased song, "Looking For A Friend" (disc 1, track 15), which John Peel says that it would be released as a single by Arnold Corns as a follow-up to the Arnold Corns versions of "Moonage Daydream
" and "Hang Onto Yourself
", but it was never released, thus making this the only performance of "Looking For A Friend".
All tracks written by David Bowie
except as noted.
"Let Me Sleep Beside You" – 3:17
"Janine" – 3:24
- "In the Heat of the Morning" – 3:02
- "London Bye Ta Ta" – 2:36
- "Karma Man" – 3:00
- "Silly Boy Blue" – 6:08
- Tracks 5 and 6 recorded for D.L.T. as "David Bowie and Junior's Eyes," ; neither track were......