David Bowie’s 1997 live album LiveAndWell.Com is being released on streaming services for the first time. The album, which was recorded at performances in New York, Amsterdam, Rio De Janeiro, and the United Kingdom during the Earthling tour, was originally released in 2000 via BowieNet, the late singer-songwriter’s pre-Y2K ISP, which doubled as a fan club and an early music-oriented social network. LiveAndWell.Com has been updated with two bonus tracks that weren't on the original release—“Pallas Athena” and “V-2 Schneider”—and it’s the first in a series of ’90s-era Bowie live recordings to be released this year. It arrives May 15 via Parlophone. Check out the live version of “Little Wonder” below.
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