Preferably one that i can watch/hear.
Serious Moonlight is fun — though still cutting out Modern Love when you're not constrained by VHS running times is insane — but I'm sure there's better out there.
Nassau Coliseum 1976 (added to special edition of Station to Station from 2010), probably his best
David Live if you like Diamond Dogs, he does the entire Sweet Thing
Ziggy Stardust the Motion Picture
Live/Hate with NIN available in Share Thread
BBC Radio Theatre 2000 (found in some editions of Bowie at the Beeb as disc 3)
Rockpalast from Outside era: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFMdHBIFBmI
Live by Request and VH1 Storytellers, he speaks more than usual in those which is great
Glass Spider is the Never Let Me Down tour, but he plays older stuff too and its CD/video release is very enjoyable
and A Reality Tour, it's the last one, he says hilarious things in between songs and plays all the hits, good stuff
Also the 2-disc edition of "Stage" is also pretty cool Low/Heroes era gig.
>David goes off about hair
>David goes off about not being too old for sing alongs
>David goes off about playing too long
David forgets the title of Low.
God, Reality Tour is probably my favorite. He just cracks me up on this one.