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#DB3412, David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars Farewell Tour, March 12, 1973, Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood California. Just five months before, Bowie had his US debut tour, an event that I was attending at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on October 20, 1972.


#DB3412, David Bowie, Hollywood Palladium, March 12, 1973, the album "Alladin Sane" was released in 1973 and went to number one in the UK.



#DB0004, Bowie, March 12, 1973



#DB0006, Mick Ronson, guitar and vocals, March 12, 1973

#DB0005, Bowie, March 12, 1973.



#DB0007, Mick Ronson, guitar and vocals, March 12, 1973



#DB0008, Bowie,March 12, 1973.



#DB0009, Bowie and Ronson, March 12, 1973. Iggy Pop was backstage and halfway through the set, jumped onstage to accompany Bowie. Security thought he was an intruding fan and quickly wrestled him off the stage not to be seen again.



#DB0010 Hollywood Palladium, March 12, 1973, from left, Trevor Bolder, bass, Mick Woodmansey, drums, Bowie, and Mick Ronson.

#DB0011, Mick Ronson, March 12, 1973



#DB3417, Mick Ronson, March 12, 1973.



#DB3415, Bowie, March 12, 1973.



#DB0012, Bowie at the Hollywood Palladium 1973



#DB0013, Bowie, March 12, 1973



#DB0014, Bowie, March 12, 1973.

#DB0016, Bowie, March 12, 1973

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#DB0017, Bowie, March 12, 1973

#DB3422, Mick Ronson and Trevor Bolder, March 12, 1973



#DB0018, Bowie, March 12, 1973

#DB3424, Bowie, March 12, 1973

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#DB3423 Mick Ronson, March 12, 1973, passed away in 1993 of cancer.

#DB0022, Bowie, March 12, 1973. Setlist for this performance, in order:
Let's Spend the Night Together
Cracked Actor
Hang on to Yourself
Ziggy Stardust
Changes
Five Years
The Width of a Circle
Moonage Daydream
John, I'm Only Dancing
Jean Genie
Suffragette City
Rock and Roll Suicide
Soul Love
Space Oddity
My Death
Watch That Man
Panic in Detroit
Alladin Sane
Drive In Saturday
The Prettiest Star
Time


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