Every Friday night, Iggy Pop takes over BBC Radio 6 Music for his show ‘Iggy Confidential’. This week, the show was turned into a David Bowie special, honouring the late star.
Iggy Pop was one of hundreds of musicians to pay tribute to Bowie after his death on 11th January this year - saying “David’s friendship was the light of my life. I never met such a brilliant person. He was the best there is.”
The show included hits ‘Sound and Vision’ and ‘Young Americans’, as well as rarities from Bowie’s career, and tracks right up to final album ‘Blackstar’. View the tracklisting for the two hour show below, and listen back in full here.
Boys Keep Swinging
John, I’m Only Dancing (Sax Version)
Black Country Rock
Station to Station
What in the World
Wild Is the Wind
The Prettiest Star (Single Version)
Panic in Detroit
Sound and Vision
Where Are We Now?
I Can’t Give Everything Away
Stay (US Single Edit)
Young Americans (Single Version)
Golden Years (Single Version)
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