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The Illustrated db Discography about track 1.3: « The 2003 edition was repacked yet again in 2014 (Parlophone DBSAVX 1), incorrectly listing ‘The Prettiest Star’ as the stereo version. »

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Tracklist

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CD 1: One
# Title Rating Length
1 Space Oddity (demo) 2.5 5:09
2 The Wild‐Eyed Boy From Freecloud (rare B‐side version) 4 4:58
3 The Prettiest Star (stereo version) 5 3:11
4 London Bye Ta‐Ta (stereo version) 2 2:37
5 Black Country Rock 3.2 3:35
6 The Man Who Sold the World 4.65 3:59
7 The Bewlay Brothers 4.3 5:23
8 Changes 4.45 3:35
9 Round and Round (alternate vocal mix) 2 2:44
10 Moonage Daydream 4.35 4:41
11 John, I’m Only Dancing (sax version) 3.5 2:44
12 Drive‐In Saturday 4.35 4:32
13 Panic in Detroit 3.65 4:28
14 Ziggy Stardust (live ’73) 4 3:23
15 White Light/White Heat (live ’73) 2 4:23
16 Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide (live ’73) 5 4:16
17 Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere 3.5 3:08
18 Sorrow 4 2:53
19 Don’t Bring Me Down 3.25 2:06
CD 2: Two
# Title Rating Length
1 1984 / Dodo 4 5:29
2 Big Brother 3.75 3:24
3 Rebel Rebel (US single version) 3.5 3:00
4 Suffragette City (live ’74) 3:47
5 Watch That Man (live ’74) 5:09
6 Cracked Actor (live ’74) 3:32
7 Young Americans 4 5:13
8 Fascination 5:46
9 After Today (Young Americans outtake) 3:49
10 It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City (Station to Station outtake) 4 3:49
11 TVC15 3 5:32
12 Wild Is the Wind 3.65 6:01
13 Sound and Vision 4.15 3:05
14 Be My Wife 3.6 2:57
15 Speed of Life 3 2:47
16 “Helden” (’89 remix) 3:40
17 Joe the Lion 3.25 3:08
18 Sons of the Silent Age 3.75 3:18
CD 3: Three
# Title Rating Length
1 Station to Station (live ’78) 4 8:54
2 Warszawa (live ’78) 4 6:49
3 Breaking Glass (live ’78) 3:30
4 Red Sails 3.35 3:44
5 Look Back in Anger 3.5 3:07
6 Boys Keep Swinging 4.4 3:19
7 Up the Hill Backwards 3 3:15
8 Kingdom Come 3 3:45
9 Ashes to Ashes 4.35 4:24
10 Baal’s Hymn 4 4:02
11 The Drowned Girl 2:27
12 Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (soundtrack album version) 4 6:45
13 China Girl 4.3 5:33
14 Ricochet 4 5:13
15 Modern Love (live) 3:45
16 Loving the Alien 4.65 7:08
17 Dancing With the Big Boys 3.35 3:34
CD 4: Four
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Blue Jean David Bowie 3.65 3:12
2 Time Will Crawl David Bowie 4 4:20
3 Baby Can Dance Tin Machine 3.5 4:58
4 Amazing Tin Machine 3 3:04
5 I Can’t Read Tin Machine 3 4:57
6 Shopping for Girls Tin Machine 3:46
7 Goodbye Mr. Ed Tin Machine 3:25
8 Amlapura Tin Machine 4 3:49
9 You’ve Been Around David Bowie 3.35 4:45
10 Nite Flights (Moodswings Back to Basics remix radio edit) David Bowie 3 4:37
11 Pallas Athena (Gone Midnight mix) David Bowie 2 4:22
12 Jump They Say David Bowie 3.35 4:25
13 Buddha of Suburbia David Bowie 3.5 4:27
14 Dead Against It David Bowie 3 5:48
15 South Horizon David Bowie 3 5:25
16 Pallas Athena (live) Tao Jones Index 3.5 8:19

Credits

CD 1: One

acoustic guitar:
David Bowie (1971-11) (track 10)
drums (drum set):
Mick Woodmansey (British drummer) (tracks 7–8)
Mick Woodmansey (British drummer) (1971-11) (track 10)
bass guitar:
Trevor Bolder (British bassist) (tracks 7–8)
Trevor Bolder (British bassist) (1971-11) (track 10)
guitar:
David Bowie (track 8)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (tracks 7–8)
Marc Bolan (1970-01) (track 3)
guitar, piano and saxophone:
David Bowie (tracks 7–8)
bass:
Trevor Bolder (British bassist) (track 8)
electric guitar:
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (1971-11) (track 10)
percussion:
G. A. MacCormack (Geoffrey Alexander MacCormack; English vocalist) (track 13)
saxophone:
David Bowie (1971-11) (track 10)
piano:
Rick Wakeman (tracks 7–8)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (1971-11) (track 10)
arranger:
David Bowie (tracks 10, 12–13, 18)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (tracks 8, 10, 12–13, 18)
assistant producer:
the actor (track 7)
background vocals:
Juanita Franklin (track 13)
Linda Lewis (track 13)
G. A. MacCormack (Geoffrey Alexander MacCormack; English vocalist) (track 13)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (1971-11) (track 10)
composer:
David Bowie (tracks 1–8, 10, 10–14, 16)
Bob Feldman (of The Strangeloves) (track 18)
Jerry Goldstein (track 18)
Richard Gottehrer (American songwriter and music executive) (track 18)
Chuck Berry (track 9)
Johnny Dee (road manager for British band The Fairies) (track 19)
Lou Reed (tracks 15, 15)
engineer:
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 5–6, 12–13)
Denis Blackeye (engineer) (tracks 17–19)
Gerald Chevin (tracks 5–6)
Mike Moran (American engineer, associated with RCA) (tracks 12–13)
Eddy Offord (tracks 5–6)
lead vocals:
David Bowie (tracks 7–8)
David Bowie (1971-11) (track 10)
lyricist:
David Bowie (tracks 1–8, 10, 10–14, 16)
Chuck Berry (track 9)
Johnny Dee (road manager for British band The Fairies) (track 19)
Lou Reed (tracks 15, 15)
mixer:
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 6, 12–13)
Mick Ronson (British guitarist) (tracks 12–13)
producer:
David Bowie (tracks 1, 8, 10, 12–13, 17–19)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 7–8, 10, 12–13, 17–19)
Tony Visconti (tracks 2–3, 5–6)
recording engineer:
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 7–8)
remixer:
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (tracks 7–8)
Tony Visconti (tracks 5–6)
vocals:
David Bowie (track 8)
writer:
Roger Daltrey (track 17)
Bob Feldman (of The Strangeloves) (track 18)
Jerry Goldstein (track 18)
Richard Gottehrer (American songwriter and music executive) (track 18)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Jones Music (publishers associated with David Bowie) (1990) (track 10)
Mainman S.A. (not for release label use! © & ℗ rights use only) (1990) (track 10)
publisher:
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (track 9)
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (track 9)
Chrysalis Music Group Inc. (tracks 10, 10, 14, 16)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (tracks 7, 14)
Chrysalis Songs (track 16)
Devon Music Inc. (track 17)
Fabulous Music, Ltd. (this is a publisher, not an imprint!) (track 17)
Fleur Music Ltd. (publisher) (tracks 7, 14)
Jones Music America (track 14)
Mainman Saag (New York) (track 14)
Oakfield Avenue Music Ltd. (tracks 15, 15)
Onward Music Ltd. (tracks 1–2, 4)
RZO Music Ltd (track 7)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 16)
Suolubaf Music (track 17)
Tintoretto Music (tracks 7, 10, 10, 14, 16)
Éditer à Paris (tracks 7, 14)
recorded at:
RCA Victor Studios (Nashville) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (track 12)
Château d'Hérouville (Château d'Hérouville, France) in Hérouville, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France (tracks 17–19)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 5–8, 13)
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (1971-11) (track 10)
remixed at:
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 5–6)
edits:
The Prettiest Star (Marc Bolan stereo version) by David Bowie (track 3)
mash-ups:
Can U Daydream by MAN-CAT feat. 2Pac (track 10)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 201) (order: 201) (track 8)
cover recording of:
Around and Around (track 9)
Sorrow (track 18)
later parody versions:
Tebowie (track 1)
Ziggy Starbuck (track 14)
later translated parody versions:
Son dernier round (track 9)
later translated versions:
Odisea espacial (Azucarillo Kings version) (track 1)
Tu perds ton temps (track 19)
Ziggy Stardust (track 14)
later versions:
Changes (track 8)
Space Oddity (version in Portuguese) (track 1)
live cover recording of:
White Light/White Heat (1973) (track 15)
live recording of:
Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide (1973) (track 16)
Ziggy Stardust (1973) (track 14)
recording of:
Black Country Rock (track 5)
Changes (David Bowie song) (track 8)
Drive‐In Saturday (track 12)
London Bye Ta‐Ta (track 4)
Panic in Detroit (track 13)
Space Oddity (track 1)
The Prettiest Star (1970-01) (track 3)
Moonage Daydream (1971-07-09 – 1972-02-04) (track 10)
Moonage Daydream (1971-11) (track 10)

CD 2: Two

electric bass guitar:
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
drums (drum set):
Dennis Davis (tracks 11–12)
Andy Newmark (track 7)
Aynsley Dunbar (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Tony Newman (rock drummer for Jeff Beck Group/May Blitz) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
bass guitar:
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
koto:
David Bowie (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
mellotron:
Mike Garson (American pianist) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
synthesizer:
David Bowie (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 15)
Brian Eno (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
guitar:
Carlos Alomar (tracks 11–12)
Earl Slick (tracks 11–12)
David Bowie (tracks 11–12)
Alan Parker (guitarist & composer) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
David Bowie (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
David Bowie (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 14)
Ricky Gardiner (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–14)
Carlos Alomar (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
Robert Fripp (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
David Bowie (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Carlos Alomar (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
guitar programming:
Brian Eno (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
bass:
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (tracks 11–12)
Willie Weeks (US bass player) (track 7)
Herbie Flowers (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
percussion:
Pablo Rosario (track 7)
David Bowie (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Dennis Davis (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
Dennis Davis (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
keyboard:
David Bowie (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
Brian Eno (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
saxophone:
David Sanborn (track 7)
David Bowie (track 11)
David Bowie (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
David Bowie (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
saxophone and synthesizer:
David Bowie (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 13)
piano:
Roy Bittan (tracks 11–12)
Mike Garson (American pianist) (track 7)
Mike Garson (American pianist) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Roy Young (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
harpsichord:
Mike Garson (American pianist) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Moog:
Mike Garson (American pianist) (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
congas:
Larry Washington (percussionist) (track 7)
arranger:
David Bowie (tracks 2, 11–15)
Bruce Springsteen (track 10)
assistant engineer:
Eugene Chaplin (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
background vocals:
Ava Cherry (track 7)
Robin Clark (soul vocalist) (track 7)
Luther Vandross (track 7)
composer:
Brian Eno (track 16)
David Bowie (tracks 1–6, 6–9, 11, 13–18)
Dimitri Tiomkin (track 12)
Luther Vandross (track 8)
Bruce Springsteen (1972) (track 10)
engineer:
Keith Harwood (track 2)
Colin Thurston (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
Tony Visconti (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
lead vocals:
David Bowie (tracks 7, 11)
David Bowie (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–14)
David Bowie (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
lyricist:
David Bowie (tracks 1–6, 6–7, 9, 11, 13–14, 17–18)
Dimitri Tiomkin (track 12)
Luther Vandross (track 8)
Ned Washington (track 12)
Bruce Springsteen (1972) (track 10)
mixer:
Tony Visconti (tracks 2, 7, 13–15)
David Bowie (tracks 2, 10, 16)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (tracks 10, 16)
producer:
Harry Maslin (tracks 10–12)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 1)
Tony Visconti (tracks 4, 6–7, 9, 13–18)
David Bowie (tracks 1–4, 6, 10–18)
translator:
Antonia Maass (track 16)
vocals:
David Bowie (track 12)
David Bowie (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Brian Eno (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 13)
Mary Hopkin (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (1975 –) (track 7)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2004) (tracks 1–3)
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 3)
EMI Music Publishing France (tracks 9, 13–14)
Fleur Music Ltd. (publisher) (tracks 9, 13–14)
MainMan (track 3)
Mainman Saag (New York) (tracks 9, 13–14)
Tintoretto Music (tracks 13–14)
Éditer à Paris (tracks 9, 13–14)
渡辺音楽出版 CM事業部 (tracks 9, 13–14)
Jones Music America (1974 –) (track 3)
Tintoretto Music (1997 –) (track 3)
mixed at:
Hansa by the Wall in Berlin, Germany (tracks 13–15)
Mountain Recording Studios (moved to Attalens in 2002) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (tracks 17–18)
recorded at:
Island Studios (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Olympic Studios in Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, London, England, United Kingdom (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Hansa by the Wall in Berlin, Germany (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
Château d'Hérouville (Château d'Hérouville, France) in Hérouville, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France (1976-09 – 1976-10) (tracks 13–15)
Hansa by the Wall in Berlin, Germany (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (tracks 17–18)
compiled in:
has remixes:
sampled by:
Hold My Hand by UNKLE (track 14)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 481) (order: 479) (track 7)
cover recording of:
Wild Is the Wind (track 12)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
TVC 15 (Finnish) (track 11)
later versions:
Rebel Rebel (track 3)
Suffragette City (track 4)
live recording of:
Cracked Actor (1974) (track 6)
Suffragette City (1974) (track 4)
Watch That Man (1974) (track 5)
medley of:
1984 (track 1)
Dodo (track 1)
recording of:
1984 / Dodo (track 1)
After Today (track 9)
Cracked Actor (track 6)
Fascination (David Bowie song) (track 8)
Rebel Rebel (track 3)
TVC 15 (track 11)
Young Americans (track 7)
“Helden” (track 16)
Big Brother (1973-10 – 1974-02) (track 2)
Be My Wife (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 14)
Sound and Vision (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 13)
Speed of Life (1976-09 – 1976-10) (track 15)
Joe the Lion (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (track 17)
Sons of the Silent Age (1977-07-11 – 1977-08-08) (track 18)
translated version of:
“Heroes” (track 16)

CD 3: Three

acoustic guitar:
Tony Visconti (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 7)
clarinet:
Lenny Pickett (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
violin:
Simon House (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4, 6)
electric bass guitar:
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Derek Bramble (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
Carmine Rojas (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
drums (drum set):
Keith Forsey (track 12)
Carlos Alomar (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
Dennis Davis (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4–5)
Omar Hakim (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Tony Thompson (Drummer, best known for his work in CHIC) (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Omar Hakim (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
trumpet:
Mac Gollehon (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Mark Pender (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
strings arranger:
Arif Mardin (tracks 16–17)
synthesizer:
Brian Eno (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 4)
Andy Clark (UK keyboard and synthesizer player) (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Derek Bramble (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
synthesizer arranger:
Arif Mardin (tracks 16–17)
synthesizer programming:
Charles Judge (track 12)
flute:
Robert Aaron (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Steve Elson (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Stan Harrison (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
guitar:
Robert Fripp (track 9)
Michael Landau (track 12)
Tim May (session/jazz guitarist) (track 12)
Giorgio Moroder (track 12)
Carlos Alomar (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4–5)
Adrian Belew (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4, 6)
David Bowie (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
Carlos Alomar (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Robert Fripp (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–8)
Chuck Hammer (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Nile Rodgers (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Stevie Ray Vaughan (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Carlos Alomar (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
Derek Bramble (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
guitar programming:
Brian Eno (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 4)
bass:
Giorgio Moroder (track 12)
Lee Sklar (track 12)
Dennis Davis (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4–5)
Tony Visconti (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
Carmine Rojas (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
synclavier programming:
Brian Banks (American keyboardist) (track 12)
percussion:
Keith Forsey (track 12)
Dennis Davis (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Sammy Figueroa (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Sammy Figueroa (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
David Bowie (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
keyboard:
Sylvester Levai (track 12)
David Bowie (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Rob Sabino (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
alto saxophone:
Stan Harrison (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
saxophone:
Stan Harrison (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 4)
piano:
Roy Bittan (track 7)
Brian Eno (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
Sean Mayes (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4–5)
Roy Bittan (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
marimba:
Guy St. Onge (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
baritone saxophone:
Steve Elson (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Steve Elson (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
horn [eroica horn], synthesizer and trumpet [horse trumpets]:
Brian Eno (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 5)
horn arranger:
David Bowie (tracks 13–14)
Nile Rodgers (tracks 13–14)
The Borneo Horns (tracks 16–17)
tenor saxophone:
Robert Aaron (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Stan Harrison (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Stan Harrison (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
Lenny Pickett (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
flugelhorn:
Mark Pender (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
additional keyboard:
Brian Banks (American keyboardist) (track 12)
arranger:
Dominic Muldowney (tracks 10–11)
assistant engineer:
Eugene Chaplin (tracks 4–6)
Dave Greenberg (tracks 13–14)
Larry Alexander (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Jeff Hendrickson (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
assistant mixer:
David Bowie (tracks 13–14)
Nile Rodgers (tracks 13–14)
Greg Caruso (tracks 4–6)
background vocals:
Tony Visconti (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 5–6)
Lynn Maitland (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Chris Porter (engineer) (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Tony Visconti (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Frank Simms (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
George Simms (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
David Spinner (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
background vocals and lead vocals:
David Bowie (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 5–6)
composer:
David Bowie (tracks 1–2, 4–7, 9, 14–16)
Brian Eno (tracks 2, 4–6)
Giorgio Moroder (track 12)
Kurt Weill (composer) (track 11)
Dominic Muldowney (track 10)
Tom Verlaine (track 8)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (tracks 16–17)
engineer:
Hugh Padgham (tracks 16–17)
Tony Visconti (tracks 4–6)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (tracks 4–6)
Bob Clearmountain (tracks 13–14)
lead vocals:
David Bowie (track 12)
David Bowie (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 4)
David Bowie (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7, 9)
David Bowie (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 16)
lyricist:
David Bowie (tracks 1, 4–7, 9, 12, 14–16)
Bertolt Brecht (tracks 10–11)
Tom Verlaine (track 8)
mixer:
David Bowie (tracks 16–17)
Hugh Padgham (tracks 16–17)
Tony Visconti (tracks 4–7)
Bob Clearmountain (tracks 13–14)
Rod O'Brien (tracks 4–6)
producer:
David Bowie (tracks 1, 4–9, 13–14, 16–17)
Derek Bramble (tracks 16–17)
Giorgio Moroder (track 12)
Hugh Padgham (tracks 16–17)
Nile Rodgers (tracks 13–14)
Tony Visconti (tracks 1, 4–11)
recording engineer:
David Bowie (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Tony Visconti (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
translator:
Ralph Manheim (translator of French and German to English) (tracks 10–11)
John Willett (translator) (tracks 10–11)
vocals:
David Bowie (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 8)
David Bowie (1981-07) (track 12)
David Bowie (1981-09) (tracks 10–11)
David Bowie (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
David Bowie (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 17)
Iggy Pop (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 17)
writer:
Carlos Alomar (track 17)
David Bowie (tracks 3, 13, 17)
Dennis Davis (track 3)
George Murray (American bass guitarist) (track 3)
Iggy Pop (tracks 13, 17)
recorded at:
phonographic copyright by:
Mainman S.A. (not for release label use! © & ℗ rights use only) (1992) (tracks 7–9)
Tintoretto Music (1992) (tracks 7–9)
publisher:
100 mph Music (track 17)
BMG VM Music France (track 13)
BMG VM Music Ltd. (track 13)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 7, 9, 13)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 13)
Fleur Music Ltd. (publisher) (tracks 3, 13)
Jones Music (publishers associated with David Bowie) (track 17)
Jones Music America (tracks 14–16)
Mainman Saag (New York) (tracks 3, 13)
RZO Music Ltd (tracks 7, 9, 12–16)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (tracks 7, 9)
Sun Bliss Music (track 3)
Tintoretto Music (tracks 3, 7, 9, 12–13)
Universal Music Publishing France (not for release label use!) (track 17)
Éditer à Paris (tracks 3, 13, 17)
mixed at:
The Record Plant (New York) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (tracks 4–6)
recorded at:
Mountain Recording Studios (moved to Attalens in 2002) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (1978-09 – 1979-03) (tracks 4–6)
Good Earth Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Power Station Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1980-02 – 1980-04) (tracks 7–9)
Mountain Recording Studios (moved to Attalens in 2002) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (1981-07) (track 12)
Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany (1981-09) (tracks 10–11)
Power Station Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1982-12 – 1983-01) (tracks 13–14)
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Quebec, Canada (1984-05 – 1984-06) (tracks 16–17)
sampled by:
Die Liebe by Laibach (track 17)
cover recording of:
Kingdom Come (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Body II Body (track 9)
later parody versions:
China Girl (Literal Video Version) (track 13)
later translated versions:
黑的幻覺 (track 15)
later versions:
live recording of:
Breaking Glass (1978) (track 3)
Station to Station (1978) (track 1)
Warszawa (1978) (track 2)
Modern Love (1983-09-12) (track 15)
recording of:
Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (– 1981-07) (track 12)
Boys Keep Swinging (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 6)
Look Back in Anger (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 5)
Red Sails (1978-09 – 1979-03) (track 4)
Ashes to Ashes (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 9)
Up the Hill Backwards (1980-02 – 1980-04) (track 7)
Baal’s Hymn (1981-09) (track 10)
The Drowned Girl (1981-09) (track 11)
China Girl (1982-12 – 1983-01) (track 13)
Ricochet (1982-12 – 1983-01) (track 14)
Dancing With the Big Boys (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 17)
Loving the Alien (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 16)
translated version of:

CD 4: Four

guitar synthesizer:
Carlos Alomar (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
clarinet and tenor saxophone:
Lenny Pickett (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
electric bass guitar:
Carmine Rojas (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
electric bass guitar, guitar and synthesizer:
Derek Bramble (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
drums (drum set):
Omar Hakim (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
trumpet:
Mark Pender (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Laurie Frink (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Earl Gardner (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
strings and synthesizer arranger:
Arif Mardin (track 1)
mellotron:
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
tambourine:
Carlos Alomar (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
guitar:
Carlos Alomar (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Peter Frampton (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Sid McGinnis (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Carlos Alomar (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
harmonica:
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
bass:
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
percussion:
Sammy Figueroa (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
David Bowie (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Crusher Bennett (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
sitar:
Peter Frampton (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
keyboard:
Philippe Saisse (track 2)
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
alto saxophone:
Stan Harrison (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
alto saxophone and tenor saxophone:
Stan Harrison (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
piano:
Kevin Armstrong (UK guitarist, producer & songwriter) (track 6)
Moog:
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
marimba:
Guy St. Onge (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
baritone saxophone:
Steve Elson (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Steve Elson (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
horn arranger:
The Borneo Horns (track 1)
tenor saxophone:
Lenny Pickett (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
flugelhorn:
Mark Pender (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Earl Gardner (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Mark Pender (track 1)
additional guitar:
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
additional bass:
Carmine Rojas (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
additional keyboard:
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
additional engineer:
Andrew Grassi (tracks 9, 12)
Gary Tole (tracks 9, 12)
additional recording engineer:
Malcolm Pollack (track 2)
assistant engineer:
André Gauchat (track 2)
Jon Goldberger (track 2)
assistant mixer:
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (track 2)
background vocals:
Robin Clark (soul vocalist) (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Curtis King (singer-songwriter) (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
George Simms (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Carlos Alomar (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Robin Clark (soul vocalist) (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Diva Gray (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Gordon Grodie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Loni Groves (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Erdal Kızılçay (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
composer:
Hunt Sales (track 7)
Tony Sales (track 7)
David Bowie (tracks 1–3, 6–7, 9, 11–16)
Noel Scott Engel (track 10)
Reeves Gabrels (tracks 4, 6, 9)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (track 1)
engineer:
Hugh Padgham (track 1)
Jon Goldberger (tracks 9, 12)
lead vocals:
David Bowie (track 1)
David Bowie (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
David Bowie (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
lyricist:
David Bowie (tracks 1–7, 9, 11–14, 16)
Noel Scott Engel (track 10)
Reeves Gabrels (track 9)
mixer:
Hugh Padgham (track 1)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (tracks 13–15)
David Bowie (tracks 1, 13–15)
Bob Clearmountain (track 2)
Mark Plati (track 16)
producer:
Derek Bramble (track 1)
Hugh Padgham (track 1)
Tim Palmer (British producer/mixer) (tracks 6–7)
David Richards (Swiss-based producer and engineer) (tracks 2, 13–15)
Nile Rodgers (tracks 9, 12)
Tin Machine (tracks 6–7)
David Bowie (tracks 1–2, 9, 12–15)
writer:
David Bowie (track 5)
Reeves Gabrels (track 5)
recorded at:
David Bowie at Paradiso (1997-06-10) (track 16)
phonographic copyright by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (1993) (tracks 13–15)
publisher:
Jones Music (publishers associated with David Bowie) (tracks 3–4)
RZO Music Ltd (track 2)
Tintoretto Music (tracks 7, 12)
Éditer à Paris (tracks 11–12, 16)
渡辺音楽出版 CM事業部 (tracks 11–12, 16)
Tintoretto Music (1993) (tracks 11, 16)
recorded at:
Le Studio in Morin‐Heights, Quebec, Canada (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Mountain Recording Studios (moved to Attalens in 2002) in Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
Power Station Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)
compiled in:
has remixes:
cover recording of:
Nite Flights (track 10)
live recording of:
Pallas Athena (1997-06-10) (track 16)
recording of:
Amazing (track 4)
Baby Can Dance (track 3)
Buddha of Suburbia (track 13)
Dead Against It (track 14)
Goodbye Mr. Ed (track 7)
I Can’t Read (track 5)
Jump They Say (track 12)
Pallas Athena (track 11)
Shopping for Girls (track 6)
South Horizon (track 15)
Blue Jean (1984-05 – 1984-06) (track 1)
Time Will Crawl (1986-09 – 1986-11) (track 2)