The songs on the singles and albums included here have one thing in commonBowie either wrote or produced them, played instruments or did backing vocalsbut he does not provide lead vocals (these are listed in Guest Appearances). The singles and albumsin this section Mott The Hoople's All The Young Dudes (1972) to Iggy Pop's Lust For Life (1977)are listed in a chronological order.
|Mott The Hoople: All The Young Dudes
(CBS 65184), 1972 (UK)
Sweet Jane/Momma's Little Jewel/All The Young Dudes/Sucker/Jerkin' Crocus/One Of The Boys/Soft Ground/Ready For Love/Sea Diver.
Bowie produced the album and of course wrote 'All The Young Dudes'. All The Young Dudes/One Of The Boys was released as a single (CBS S-8271).
|Lou Reed: Transformer
(RCA 2303), 1972 (UK)
Vicious/Andy's Chest/Perfect Day/Hangin' Round/Walk On The Wild Side/Make Up/Satellite Of Live/Wagon Wheel/New York Telephone Conversation/I'm So Free/Goodnight Ladies.
Bowie co-produced the entire album (with Mick Ronson) and does backing vocals on some tracks. Walk On The Wild Side/Perfect Day (RCA 2303) and Vicious/Satellite Of Love (RCA 2318) were released as singles.
|Iggy And The Stooges: Raw Power
(CBS 65586), 1973 (UK)
Search And Destroy/Gimme Danger/Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell/Penetration/Raw Power/I Need Somebody/Shake Appeal/Death Trip.
Bowie remixed this album.
|Mick Ronson: Slaughter On 10th Avenue
(RCA APL1 0335), 1974 (UK)
Love Me Tender/Growing Up And I'm Fine/Only After Dark/Music Is Leathal/I'm The One/Pleasure Man-Hey Ma Get Papa/Slaughter On 10th Avenue.
Bowie co-wrote 'Hey Ma Get Papa' (with Mick Ronson), translated 'Music Is Leathal', and wrote 'Growing Up And I'm Fine'. This album was reissued on CD (Snapper Music/Dead Quick Music SMMCD 503) with the following bonus tracks: Solo On 10th Avenue/Leave My Heart Alone (live)/Love Me Tender (live)/Slaughter On 10th Avenue (live).
|Dana Gillespie: Weren't Born A Man
(RCA APL1 03354), 1974 (UK)
Stardom Roads Parts I & II/What Memories We Make/Dizzy Heights/Andy Warhol/Backed A Loser/Weren't Born A Man/Mother Don't Be Frightened/All Cut Up On You/Eternal Showman/All Gone.
'Andy Warhol' and 'Mother Don't Be Frightened' were produced by Bowie and Mick Ronson and backed by The Spiders From Mars; the credits on the LP claim Bowie wrote 'Backed A Loser'. Andy Warhol/Dizzy Heights was released as a single (RCA 2466). Partly reissued on CD as Andy Warhol; also see the BOWPROMO album.
|Steeleye Span: Now We Are Six
(Chrysalis CHR 1053), 1974 (UK)
To Know Him Is To Love Him.
Bowie plays saxophone on this track.
|Mick Ronson: Play Don't Worry
(RCA APL1 0681), 1975 (UK)
Billy Porter/Angel No. 9/This Is For You/White Light/White Heat/Play Don't Worry/Hazy Days/The Girl Can't Help It/Empty Bed (Io Me Ne Andrei)/Woman.
'White Light/White Heat' was recorded for but dropped from Pin Ups and Bowie gave the backing track to Ronson. This album was re-released on CD (Snapper Music/Dead Quick Music SMMCD 504) with the following bonus tracks: Seven Days/Stone Love (Soul Love)/I'd Rather Be Me/Life On Mars/Pain In The City/Dogs/Seven Days (alternative take)/28 Days Jam/Woman (alternative take).
|Iggy Pop: The Idiot
(RCA PL 12275), 1977 (UK)
Sister Midnight/Nightclubbing/Funtime/Baby/China Girl/Dum Dum Boys/Tiny Girls/Mass Production.
Bowie co-wrote all tracks (with Iggy Pop and 'Sister Midnight' with Iggy Pop and Carlos Alomar), produced the entire album, played keyboards, guitar and sax and did backing vocals. A 3'26" edit of 'China Girl' (b/w 'Baby') was released as a single (RCA PB 9093). 'Sister Midnight' was released in edited form (2'54") as a US promo only single (RCA PB-10989).