Bowie's 2000 concert in the BBC Theater was nothing short of totally brilliant. The support came from Earl Slick (guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass guitar), Mark Plati (guitar), Sterling Campbell (drums), Mike Garson (keyboards), with backing vocals by Emm Gryer and Holly Palmer. The concert itself was made up from a wide selection of Bowie's amazing back catalog, including 'The Man Who Sold The World' and 'Always Crashing In The Same Car.' Newer songs from his then most recent album "Hours..." such as 'Survive' and 'Seven' didn't make the BBC America broadcast but they were included on the CD. Amazing because not only was it David Bowie, but it was David Bowie getting over a nasty cold and cough. Despite illness, he was still able to give an electrifying and marvelous concert.
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