Hot Shit! 3CD


Disc 1 and Disc 2 tracks 1-3 live at Green's Playhouse, Glasgow 18th May 1973 - early evening show commencing around 6:30pm
Disc 2 tracks 4-14 and Disc 3 tracks 1-5 live at Green's Playhouse, Glasgow 18th May 1973 - late evening show commencing around 9pm
Disc 3 tracks 6-11 live at De Montford Hall, Leicester 11th June 1973
Disc 3 track 12 Steve Dickson interview, BBC June 1973

NOTE - Although the inlay card may claim otherwise, the Glasgow shows actually took place at the Green's Playhouse. The first show, or matinee, kicked off at around 6 - 6.30pm, so not strictly speaking an afternoon show, with the second show at around 8.30 - 9pm. The first show has occasionally been passed off as the second show and vice-versa by bootleggers not knowing or caring that two shows took place.

The first show can be identified by "Hello Glasgow..... There is one word for an audience like you, and.... , it's an Americanism and it's called HOT SHIT!..........You really are! This is called Let's Spend The Night Together".

The Green's Playhouse was a flea-pit of a venue who's only claim to fame was being the largest single screen cinema in Europe at around 3,500 seating capacity. It thus became the largest concert venue in Scotland until it's demise in the early '80s. The venue was later renamed The Apollo Centre in late 1975 or early 1976, so the only time Bowie appeared at The Apollo Centre in Glasgow was during the 1978 tour. It was demolished after a fire gutted the interior and is now the site of a multiplex cinema that has run into difficulties during the construction stage. Information courtesy of The David Bowie Archives

Disc One
Green's Playhouse, Glasgow 18th May 1973 - early evening show
01. Hang On To Yourself
02. Ziggy Stardust
03. Watch That Man
04. Quicksand / Life On Mars? / Memory Of A Free Festival
05. The Prettiest Star
06. Moonage Daydream
07. Changes
08. Space Oddity
09. The Jean Genie
10. Time
11. The Width Of A Circle
12. Let's Spend The Night Together
13. Drive In Saturday
14. Panic In Detroit

Disc Two
01. Suffragette City
02. Cracked Actor
03. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide
Green's Playhouse, Glasgow 18th May 1973 - late evening show
04. Hang On To Yourself
05. Ziggy Stardust
06. Watch That Man
07. Quicksand / Life On Mars? / Memory Of A Free Festival
08. The Prettiest Star
09. Moonage Daydream
10. Changes
11. Space Oddity
12. The Jean Genie
13. Time
14. The Width Of A Circle

Disc Three
01. Let's Spend The Night Together
02. Suffragette City
03. Drive In Saturday
04. Cracked Actor
05. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide
De Montford Hall, Leicester 11th June 1973
06. Intro
07. Hang On To Yourself
08. Ziggy Stardust
09. Watch That Man
10. The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud / All The Young Dudes / Oh! You Pretty Things
11. Moonage Daydream
12. BBC Interview June 1973