Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars - The Motion Picture
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David Bowie's final concert appearance as Ziggy Stardust was the 60th of 40 dates (matinees included) and the last of the planned UK Ziggy Stardust dates. By July 1973, Bowie had been touring and promoting his album for nearly a year without a break. The original plan was for a Ziggy Stardust tour of Europe to follow the 3rd UK Tour, then a 3rd US Tour with 38 confirmed concerts beginning on 1st September '73 at the Toronto Maple Leaf and ending on the 31st October 1973 in Texas.
The retirement announcement at the end of the concert came as a major shock … to the fans, the majority of the music press and the Spiders From Mars themselves. It later transpired that Bowie had only told his manager and Mick Ronson of his plans to retire Ziggy Stardust. Personnel on the night: David Bowie, Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder, Mick Woodmansey.
For the very first time this is the official release of the entire concert, including introductions, Bowie's between song chat, the full length version of the track 'The Width Of A Circle' ... and that famous farewell speech, unedited.