| The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (2003 Mix):
1. Five Years
2. Soul Love
3. Moonage Daydream
5. It Ain’t Easy
6. Lady Stardust [Side 2]
8. Hang On To Yourself
9. Ziggy Stardust
10. Suffragette City
11. Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide
|Re:Call 1″ (Non Album Singles, Single Versions & B-Sides:
1. Space Oddity (Original UK Mono Single Edit)
A-side of a UK 7″ single released 11 July 1969 in Mono on Phillips BF 1801
2. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud (Original UK Mono Single Version)
B-side of “Space Oddity” – it’s a different earlier version to the one re-recorded for the LP
3. Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola
An Italian Version of “Space Oddity” recorded in the UK in December 1969 (after the release of the album) and released February 1970 in Italy on Philips 704 208. It came in a very rare Picture Sleeve that is reproduced in the hardback book. The title translates into English as “Lonely Boy, Lonely Girl”.
4. The Prettiest Star (Original Mono Single Version)
Rrecorded in London in early January 1970, it was released 6 March 1970 in the UK as the Mono A-side to Philips MF 1135. Tony Visconti plays Bass and Marc Bolan of T.Rex plays second guitar.
5. Conversation Piece
Non-album B-side to “The Prettiest Star” (as per Track 4) – features Mick Wayne on Guitar, John Lodge on Bass and John Cambridge on Drums (all from the band Junior’s Eyes)
6. Memory Of A Free Festival Part 1
March 1970 re-recorded ‘electric’ version of the album track from the “Space Oddity” LP – released 26 June 1970 as the Stereo A-side to a UK 7″ single on Mercury 6052 028
7. Memory Of A Free Festival Part 2
Stereo B-side of Track 6. Song features Mick Ronson on Guitar and Solo backing Vocals, Tony Visconti on Bass, Ralph Mace on Piano and John Cambridge of Junior’s Eyes on Drums.
8. All The Madmen (Mono Single Edit) –
9. Janine (Mono)
Tracks 8 and 9 were a planned US 45 on Mercury 73173 but was cancelled (demos exist on Mercury DJ-311 with the mono edit of “All The Madmen” on ‘both’ sides). The A-side (track 8) is a Mono Edit of the longer Stereo cut on the LP and “Janine” is a Mono version of the full Stereo LP cut.
10. Holy Holy (Original Mono Single Version)
Non-album single – the Stereo A-side was recorded November 1970 and UK released 15 January 1971 on Mercury 6052 049. Its flipside was “Black Country Rock” from “The Man Who Sold The World” LP. Alan Parker from Blue Mink, Rumplestiltskin, CCS and Ugly Custard played Guitar, Herbie Flowers (later with Sky) played Bass and Barry Morgan from Blue Mink played Drums.
11. Moonage Daydream (The Arnold Corns Single Version)
12. Hang On To Yourself (The Arnold Corns Single Version)
Tracks 11 and 12 are credited to THE ARNOLD CORNS and are early versions of two tracks that would be on the 1972 “Ziggy Stardust” album. They were recorded February 1971 in London and UK released 7 May 1971 on B&C Records CB 149.
1. Changes (Mono Single Version)
2. Andy Warhol (Mono Single Version)
Tracks 1 and 2 are a USA 7″ single released 7 December 1971 on RCA Victor 74-065 – 7 January 1972 in the UK on RCA Victor RCA 2160.
The B-side “Any Warhol” is in Mono and edits out the studio chatter that’s on the “Hunky Dory” LP version
3. Starman (Original Single Mix)
Remixed by he original Producer Ken Scott in London in March 1972 – released 28 April 1972 with the “Ziggy Stardust” album version of “Suffragette City” as its B-side
4. John, I’m Only Dancing (Original Single Version)
Recorded in London with Mick Ronson on Guitar and Mick Woodmansey on Drums on the 26th of June 1972 – it was released 1 September 1972 as a UK (and European) 7″ single on RCA Victor RCA 2263 with the “Ziggy Stardust” album version of “Hang On To Yourself” as its B-side. It was considered ‘too risque’ for the American market (oh dear)
5. The Jean Genie (Original Single Mix)
Recorded and Mixed in October 1972 in New York and Nashville – it was UK and US released 24 November 1972 on RCA Victor RCA 2302 in the UK and RCA 74-0838 in the USA. Ken Scott later remixed it again for inclusion on the 1973 album “Aladdin Sane”
6. Drive-In Saturday (German Single Edit)
Released 6 April 1973 around the world as a 7″ single – however – the German version on RCA Victor 74-16321 was a unique ‘edit’
7. Round And Round
A Chuck Berry cover version originally recorded during the “Ziggy Stardust” album sessions – turned up as the non-album B-side to “Drive-In Saturday” released 6 April 1973 in the UK on RCA Victor RCA 2352. Features Mick Ronson on Guitar and Mick Woodmansey on Drums
8. John, I’m Only Dancing (Sax Version)
Recorded in London on the 20th of January 1973 – this ‘Saxophone’ Version eventually replaced the first pressings of RCA Victor RCA 2263. Ken Fordham plays the Saxophone.
9. Time (U.S. Single Edit)
A unique ‘edit’ of the longer album version – issued in two territories – 1 June 1973 in the USA on RCA APBO-0001 with “The Prettiest Star” as its flipside – and with “Panic In Detroit” as its B-side in Japan on RCA SS-2299
A Jacque Brel cover version with English translation lyrics by Mort Shuman. It was recorded during the “Ziggy Stardust” album sessions and considered for release on that album – but eventually showed up 12 October 1973 in the UK as a non-album 7″ single B-side to “Sorrow” (from the “Pinups” LP)
11. Holy Holy (Spiders Version)
A re-recording of a 1971 single – turned up 14 June 1974 in the UK on RCA Victor APBO 0283 as the non-album 7″ single B-side to “Diamond Dogs”
12. Velvet Goldmine