David Bowie - Ziggy's Last Floor Show vinyl LP + 2 others  [Sold by Coda Records and Fulfilled by Amazon] - £9.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime)
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David Bowie - Ziggy's Last Floor Show vinyl LP + 2 others [Sold by Coda Records and Fulfilled by Amazon] - £9.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime)

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Found 31st Mar
Buy any 2 items from Coda Records and receive 10% off buy 3 get 20% off buy 4 and get 25% off so

3 albums available @ £9.99 each
or all 3 for £20.98 delivered



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they have a few other bowie albums @ 12.99



below is the cost breakdown of these 3 albums i see in my basket


cost 29.97
shipping 2.99
total 32,96
- promotion saving 11.98

order total 20.98

of course you could just buy one or none but if this is your thing then a decent saving can be made for buying for all 3
hopefully someone finds this of use


i've just bought 5 bowie albums for £30.96 !
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The records all appear to be produced by the seller and most are of old live shows rather than studio albums. Reviews are mostly positive but it just feels a bit 'off' to me (i.e. are they legit or just pressings of bootlegs)
miffyl6 m ago

The records all appear to be produced by the seller and most are of old …The records all appear to be produced by the seller and most are of old live shows rather than studio albums. Reviews are mostly positive but it just feels a bit 'off' to me (i.e. are they legit or just pressings of bootlegs)


they are 'bootlegs' ,i'm surprised amazon allow these types of pressings

but still a decent price for someone like me as they can sell for around £15 each on ebay so i'm happy with the deal
Tracklist
A1 Sorrow 3:04
A2 Everything's Alright 2:33
A3 Space Oddity 5:24
A4 1984/Dodo 5:32
B1 Can't Explain 2:10
B2 Time 5:03
B3 The Jean Genie 5:57
B4 I Got You Babe - with Marianne Faithfull

Previously only available as a bootleg here is a legit version. Taped in the tiny Marquee Club on Wardour Street over the course of three days in October of 1973, the idea was to do a sort of artsy/futuristic variety show with Bowie’s first performance since “retiring” onstage at the Hammersmith Odeon earlier that year. The 1980 Floor Show featured guests Marianne Faithfull (junked out of her skull and dressed as a nun dueting with the Dame on “I Got You Babe), The Troggs and Spanish flamenco glam act—yes, you read that correctly—Carmen. Amanda Lear introduced some numbers and Bowie serenaded her with a magnificent version of “Sorrow” in one of the show’s highlights.

There is another version of this show which has an extra track "Drive-in Saturday" recorded at London Weekend Television.
Edited by: "banjomike" 31st Mar
Limited run vinyl bootlegs of some shows we already have.
If you haven't already got these then they are not hard to find as flac
spaceisace7 h, 38 m ago

they are 'bootlegs' ,i'm surprised amazon allow these types of …they are 'bootlegs' ,i'm surprised amazon allow these types of pressingsbut still a decent price for someone like me as they can sell for around £15 each on ebay so i'm happy with the deal


Amazon sell a lot of bootlegs. Just have a search for Springsteen.
dinglebert12 m ago

Amazon sell a lot of bootlegs. Just have a search for Springsteen.


I agree they do

these weren't at the top of my bowie wants list but the price was right so ...
yesterday - " i've just bought 5 bowie albums for £30.96 ! "


put the same 5 albums in my basket today and it's saying £44.95 so i don't know what happened there !
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