David Bowie’s ‘Brilliant Live Adventures (1995-1999)’ Albums All Back In Print
The six titles comprising David Bowie’s Brilliant Live Adventures [1995-1999] boxset are now back in print and can once again be purchased individually.
Originally released across a five-month period from autumn 2020 into spring 2021, the Brilliant Live Adventures [1995-1999] collection offered in-concert counterparts to the studio albums David Bowie released through the 90s.
All six albums – Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95), No Trendy Rechauffe (Live Birmingham 95), LiveAndWell.com (1997), Look At The Moon! (Live Phoenix Festival 97), Something In The Air (Live Paris 99) and At The Kit Kat Club (Live New York 99) – were initially described as “limited one run only pressings” with 4,000 Vinyl and 6,000 CDs of each album pressed. In addition, the albums were made available online via music streaming services.
However, overwhelming demand has prompted Parlophone to repress the albums and all six titles are again available in physical formats. The albums can be bought individually on CD or vinyl through the Dig! store and are also offered in bundles along with a variety of different merchandise.
Capturing him on tour in support of the 1. Outside, Earthling and ‘hours…’ records, the six recordings ranged from thoroughly energised ‘Outside Tour’ shows – captured by Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95) and No Trendy Rechauffe (Live Birmingham 95) – in which revitalised back-catalogue cuts nestled comfortably among his more brutal new material through to the 1999 recordings – Something In The Air and At The Kit Kat Club – in which the intimate club settings enhanced Bowie delivering choice ‘hours…’ moments with all the relaxed charm of the living legend he’d become.
Parlophone Records/ISO Records released David Bowie 5. Brilliant Adventure (1992 – 2001) – the fifth in a series of box sets spanning his career from 1969 – on 26 November. This collection included all the studio albums Bowie recorded and released during the 1990s from Black Tie White Noise through to ‘Hours…’