If you’re a big fan of David Bowie—and really who isn’t—you probably celebrated his birthday yesterday by listening to your favorite tracks. He would have turned 73 on January 8th and to honor him, Parlophone is releasing some new music, featuring previously unreleased tracks.
According to NPR, the record company is releasing a six-song EP titled Is It Any Wonder? sharing a new song each week, a drip-release over 6 weeks and the first song is available now. An acoustic version of the song, The Man Who Sold The World, is available on streaming platforms, including YouTube.
Starting January 17, 2020, the remaining 5 songs off the EP will be released, one each week. Another album is coming this year, too a physical form of a 9-track album titled “CHANGESNOWBOWIE” will be available to purchase on April 18, 2020—which also happens to be Record Store Day.
According to CNN, previously, this music was only available as a bootleg. The album “captures a live session recorded in November 1996 during the rehearsal of Bowie’s then upcoming 50th birthday concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden.”
Bowie’s last release was also posthumously, the album titled Space Oddity. The musical legend died at the age of 69 in January 2016.
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