Live Nassau Coliseum '76

Live Nassau Coliseum '76 is a live album by David Bowie recorded on 23 March 1976 during Bowie's Isolar Tour[2] in support of the album Station to Station. The recording was first released in September 2010, as part of special and deluxe editions of Station to Station.[3][4][5] The album was released separately on 10 February 2017.[6]

Live Nassau Coliseum '76
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Live album by
Released10 February 2017 (2017-02-10)
Recorded23 March 1976
VenueNassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA
StudioRecord Plant Mobile
GenreArt rock
Length82:58 [1]
ProducerHarry Maslin
Bowie chronology
No Plan
Live Nassau Coliseum '76
Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)

Critical receptionEdit

Writer Nicholas Pegg described the album as “an excellent memento of one of Bowie’s greatest tours, with highlights including a majestic ‘Word On A Wing’, an über-cool ‘Waiting For The Man’, and riotous, thrilling renditions of ‘Stay’ and ‘The Jean Genie’ ” with “Bowie and his terrific 1976 band on blistering form.”[7]

Track listingEdit

Disc 1
1."Station to Station"11:53
2."Suffragette City"3:31
3."Fame" (Bowie, Carlos Alomar, John Lennon)4:02
4."Word on a Wing"6:06
6."Waiting for the Man" (Lou Reed)6:20
7."Queen Bitch"3:12
Disc 2
1."Life on Mars?"2:13
2."Five Years"5:03
3."Panic in Detroit" (with most of drum solo edited out)6:03
4."Changes" (with band intro)4:11
5."TVC 15"4:58
6."Diamond Dogs"6:38
7."Rebel Rebel"4:07
8."The Jean Genie"7:28
Total length:83:10


  • Dave Hewitt – recording engineer, 1976
  • Harry Maslin – producer, mixing engineer
  • Mixed at Sweetersongs East Studios, Santa Monica, California, USA in February 2009.
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Andrew Kent – photography, 1976
  • Scott Minshall – artwork


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  2. ^ Kevin Cann, David Bowie: A Chronology, Vermilion, 1983, ISBN 0-09-153831-9
  3. ^ David Bowie's Space Oddity, Station to Station Albums to Be Reissued, Pitchfork News, Retrieved on 19 August 2009.
  4. ^ Station to Station four disc set due next year at BowieNet. Retrieved on 16 November 2009.
  5. ^ S2S special and deluxe edition boxes due in September at BowieNet. Retrieved on 16 November 2009.
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  7. ^ Pegg, Nicholas (2016). The Complete David Bowie. London: Titan. pp. 461, 460.