Tin Machine - a brief detour.
Tin Machine – a brief detour.

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Tin Machine – Live in Hamburg – Oct. 24, 1991 – WDR

Early 90s David Bowie this weekend. His short-lived group effort with the Sales Brothers, Tin Machine was a much-needed shot in the arm for Bowie, who was going through a phase of musical doldrums. The effort, which became Tin Machine was an inspiration for Bowie and two well-received albums were the result.

Although very popular at the time, the tenure of Tin Machine was only 4 years – just enough to leave a mark and move on.

As a reminder of that, here (with hat-tip to colleague Pat Dallas) is a concert they performed in Hamburg on October 24, 1992, and preserved for posterity by WDR.

Here comes the weekend.

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