David bowie rare tracks


Often referred to as the ‘Kenny Everett version’ courtesy of it having been performed on the UK radio presenter’s television show (see unique performance below), this track was originally the b-side to the  Alabama Song single from 1979. It’s a completely new recording of Bowie’s breakthrough single that Rykodisc added to the 1991 reissue of  Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) . A bleak, stripped down version of the song with dramatic piano chords, the despair and isolation of ‘Major Tom’ is all too apparent. This was Bowie ending his incredibly creative decade the way it had begun. It should really have been saved as the b-side to  Ashes to Ashes given the ‘Major Tom’ name-check in that song.

 · Remembering David Bowie 's stellar career - in a list of the Top 20 guitars he's used over the years.

~ BOWPROMO SINGLE-SIDED ALBUM BOXSET FEATURING ALTERNATE MIXES OF HUNKY DORY ERA TRACKS AND EXCLUSIVE PRINTS IN A PRESENTATION BOX

18."Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (soundtrack album version)"
19."Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy" - David Bowie and Bing Crosby


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