Tin Machine | Concert It’s My Life Tour: Oy Vey, Baby – Live at the Docks ’91

Artist | Music | Concert
Spotify Deezer Soundcloud YouTube
YouTube

Play this playlist on the platforms above or more simply with the embedded players below without leaving the page.

Tracklist


01 – Tin Machine – Bus Stop [Live] – 1991
02 – Tin Machine – Sacrifice Yourself [Live] – 1991
03 – Tin Machine – Goodbye Mr. Ed [Live] – 1991
04 – Tin Machine – I Can’t Read [Live] – 1991
05 – Tin Machine – Baby Universal [Live] – 1991
06 – Tin Machine – You Can’t Talk [Live] – 1991
07 – Tin Machine – Go Now [Live] – 1991
08 – Tin Machine – Under the God [Live] – 1991
09 – Tin Machine – Betty Wrong [Live] – 1991
10 – Tin Machine – Stateside [Live] – 1991
11 – Tin Machine – I’ve Been Waiting for You [Live] – 1991
12 – Tin Machine – You Belong in Rock & Roll [Live] – 1991
13 – Tin Machine – One Shot [Live] – 1991
14 – Tin Machine – If There Is Something [Live] – 1991
15 – Tin Machine – Heaven’s in Here [Live] – 1991

Encore
16 – Tin Machine – Amlapura [Live] – 1991
17 – Tin Machine – Crack City [Live] – 1991


ID

Tin Machine | #tinnachine
(David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Tony Sales, Hunt Sales)
[1988-1992], United Kingdom, United States

Biography


Tin Machine were an English-American rock band formed in 1988, famous for being fronted by English singer-songwriter David Bowie.

Tin Machine recorded two studio albums before dissolving in 1992, when Bowie returned to his solo career. Drummer Hunt Sales said that the group’s name “reflects the sound of the band,” and Bowie stated that he and his bandmates joined up “to make the kind of music that we enjoyed listening to” and to rejuvenate himself artistically.
Over the course of their career, the band sold two million albums.

David Bowie would later credit his time with Tin Machine as instrumental in revitalizing his career in the 1990s.

It’s My Life Tour: Oy Vey, Baby – Live at the Docks ’91 is a live concert video filmed in 1991. It was to be the group’s last release, and was recorded on the 1991–1992 It’s My Life Tour. The title, suggested by Hunt Sales, was intended as a play on U2‘s album Achtung Baby.

The It’s My Life Tour: Oy Vey, Baby – Live at the Docks ’91 concert video was recorded during the It’s My Life Tour on 24 October 1991 at the Docks in Hamburg, Germany.
[Wikipedia]

Continue Reading · From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Embedded players

YouTube


More tracks?


More concerts ?


Other wishes?

The complete collection of the available playlists can be reached via the menu bar.

Missing track ? Adding a title ? Send your request at request@potoclips.com. Service only accessible to registered Potoclipers.

Good session! Enjoy!