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Cheapest price to date for the Bowie at the Beeb 4LP vinyl box set, this morning.

This vinyl box was released just over a year ago and adds two tracks to the original 37-song collection issued on CD (Oh! You Pretty Things and The Supermen). The four records are housed in a lift off lid box and this set comes with a full colour 20 page booklet. At the time of writing (10.30am GMT, 22/3/167) it’s just £39.99.

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David Bowie

Bowie at the Beeb (The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68-72) [180g VINYL]

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Record 1 Side 1:

1/ In The Heat Of The Morning

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

2/ London Bye, Ta-Ta

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

3/ Karma Man

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

4/ Silly Boy Blue

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Orchestra
Programme: John Peel In Top Gear
Recorded: 13th May, 1968
Transmitted: 26th May, 1968 and 26th June, 1968
Produced by Bernie Andrews

5/ Let Me Sleep Beside You

David Bowie and Junior’s Eyes
Programme: D.L.T. Show (Dave Lee Travis Show)
Recorded: 20th October, 1969
Transmitted: 26th October, 1969
Produced by Paul Williams

6/ Janine 

David Bowie and Junior’s Eyes
Programme: D.L.T. Show (Dave Lee Travis Show)
Recorded: 20th October, 1969
Transmitted: 26th October, 1969
Produced by Paul Williams

Record 1 Side 2:

1/ Amsterdam 

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

2/ God Knows I’m Good (3.38)

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

3/ The Width Of A Circle

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

4/ Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

Record 2 Side 1:

1/ Cygnet Committee

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

2/ Memory Of A Free Festival

David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (aka The Hype)
Programme: The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel
Recorded: 5th February, 1970
Transmitted: 8th February, 1970
Produced by Jeff Griffin
Sound balance by Tony Wilson
Engineered by Chris Lycett

3/ Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud

David Bowie and The Hype
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Andy Ferris
Recorded: 25th March, 1970
Transmitted: 6th April, 1970
Produced by Bernie Andrews

4/ The Supermen

David Bowie and The Hype
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Andy Ferris
Recorded: 25th March, 1970
Transmitted: 6th April, 1970
Produced by Bernie Andrews

Record 2 Side 2:

1/ Bombers

David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

2/ Looking For A Friend

David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

3/ Almost Grown

David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

4/ Kooks

David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ It Ain’t Easy

David Bowie and friends
Programme: In Concert: John Peel
Recorded: 3rd June, 1971
Transmitted: 20th June, 1971
Produced by Jeff Griffin

Record 3 Side 1:

1 /The Supermen

David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

2/ Oh! You Pretty Things

David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

3/ Eight Line Poem

David Bowie with Mick Ronson
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded: 21st September, 1971
Transmitted: 4th October, 1971
Produced by John Muir

4/ Hang On To Yourself

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ Ziggy Stardust

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

6/ Queen Bitch

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

Record 3 Side 2:

1/ Waiting For The Man

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

2/ Five Years

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s
Recorded: 18th January, 1972
Transmitted: 7th February, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

3/ White Light/White Heat

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

4/ Moonage Daydream

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

Record 4 Side 1:

1/ Hang On To Yourself

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

2/ Suffragette City

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

3/ Ziggy Stardust

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: John Peel
Recorded: 16th May, 1972
Transmitted: 23rd May, 1972
Produced by Pete Ritzema

4/ Starman

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

5/ Space Oddity

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

Record 4 Side 2:

1/ Changes

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

2/ Oh! You Pretty Things

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show
Recorded: 22nd May, 1972
Transmitted: 5th – 9th June, 1972
Produced by Roger Pusey

3/ Andy Warhol

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

4/ Lady Stardust

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

5/ Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide

David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars
Programme: Sounds Of The 70s: Bob Harris
Recorded 23rd May, 1972
Transmitted: 19th June, 1972
Produced by Jeff Griffin

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17 responses to Deal alert / Bowie at the Beeb 4LP box

  1. David Regan says:

    This deal still on I see received my copy two weeks ago..the last time you mentioned this fantastic offer

  2. Geoff says:

    Back down to £39:99 at Amazon this morning.

  3. Eat Me says:

    I owned the original 2CD edition but I either sold it or gave it to someone who didn’t return it to me. Now I get to own for a very decent price the new vinyl edition with the one extra song they couldn’t find ~15 years ago (I remember the original liner notes pointing that out). Chuffed to say the least!

  4. Anthony says:

    Do the records come with a download code?

  5. Steven Moors says:

    I see HMV have the same offer, they also have The Human League vinyl box set reduced to £39.99 which is a more acceptable price.

  6. Steve Young says:

    Just when the wallet was being retired until record store day along comes an irresistible bargain.
    Damn your eyes Paul Sinclair ( only kidding,luv ya really).

  7. karl says:

    Record store in 1 month, oh man what do I do? Should I, shouldn’t I…oh man Paul quit teasing us like this…

  8. Jan says:

    Surprised they didn’t add the excellent bonus live album that came with the original CD version.

  9. Dave says:

    Thanks Paul, loving all this Bowie on vinyl !

  10. richie says:

    I`ve just checked my order details at Am. UK. and I paid £29.99 for this Bowie at the Beeb 4xLP in October of last year and I`m sure as a result of a deal alert.

  11. Heraldo says:

    Another deal right now I’d PIL Album. Cd box on Amazon UK for £29.99.

  12. Chris Squires says:

    Ordered, hasn’t been this cheap since the opening day debacle of £29.99

    One of my two favourite amazon “cock-up” moments, that and the Who.

  13. Horslips says:

    Thanks Paul, bagged with the free postage which makes it a sweet deal.

    They have been asking mad money for this in the bricks and mortars.

    Now where are the deals on “Where can I be now” vinyl? Been waiting for ages but it does not seem to be budging.

  14. LeBaron says:

    Already ordered, but thanks for the alert! :)

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