It has been over 2 years since the unexpected death of David Bowie, but like other talented performers lost too soon, we are left with their art and performances.

February 21, 1976, David Bowie performed at Wing's Stadium in Kalamazoo as part of his Isolar Tour, also referred to as the Thin White Duke Tour. The 15 song setlist included Station to Station, Suffragette City, a cover of Iggy Pop's Sister Midnight, Panic in Detroit, Fame, Changes and Rebel Rebel.

While you would be hard pressed to find a DVD of the Isolar Tour, you will be happy to hear Bowie's legendary 2000 Glastonbury headline performance is to be released in full for the first time. That show closing performance has been widely regarded as one of the greatest sets in Glasto history. The greatest hits set from the late rock 'n' roll legend will be available November 30 on DVD, CD, Vinyl and digitally.

Each format will include the full 21-song tracklist, with tracks like 'Ashes to Ashes', 'Life On Mars?', 'Rebel Rebel', 'Heroes' and 'Let's Dance', and the DVD release will be the first time the concert has been available to be seen in its entirety after previously having only ever been televised for 30 minutes.