Serious Moonlight is the title of a David Bowie concert video. Filmed in Vancouver on 12 September 1983, on the singer's "Serious Moonlight Tour", the video was released on VHS and laserdisc in 1984 and on DVD in 2006. The concert includes most of the songs from the concert although "Star", "Stay", "The Jean Genie", "Red Sails" and "Modern Love" were left off the 1984 release due to time constraints; the songs were not reinstated for the 2006 DVD release.
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Band Name David Bowie. Album Name Serious Moonlight (Bootleg). Labels The Swingin' Pig Records. Music StyleGlam Rock. Members owning this album0. Recorded Live at Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 13/07/1983. DISC 1. 1. Look Back in Anger.
David Bowie - Fashion/Lets Dance - Serious Moonlight 1983. David Bowie - Live in Montreal, 1983 (HQ Audio) - Serious Moonlight Tour. David Bowie - "Heroes". David Bowie Best of Serious Moonlight Tour. However, the success of Let's Dance caused unexpectedly high demand for tickets: there were 250,000 requests for 44,000 tickets at one show, for example, and as a result the tour was changed to instead play in a variety of larger outdoor and festival-style venues.
This item:Serious Moonlight '83) by David Bowie Audio CD £1. 9. Glass Spider Montreal '87) by David Bowie Audio CD £1. This was the Serious Moonlight tour, with Bowie sporting that odd bleached-blonde foppy hairdo, powder blue suits and a golden suntan. It didn’t quite fit singing Station To Station. It is played even better on the 1987 Glass Spider live album though. Here it starts with acoustic guitar in place of the iconic drum intro. On the 1987 one you get the drums. Fame is excellent, also suiting the current band, as is the closer, Modern Love. Despite certain misgivings about the eighties instrumentation and presentation of the songs I still found it a really enjoyable live album. 5 people found this helpful.
His career was marked by reinvention and visual presentation, and his music and stagecraft significantly impacted popular music. During his lifetime, he sold an estimated 140 million records worldwide. In the UK, he was awarded nine platinum album certifications, eleven gold and eight silver, and released eleven number-one albums. In the US, he received five platinum and seven gold certifications. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.