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David Bowie
VH1 Storytellers

Back in 1999 the guys at VH1 got a pretty big name booking for their Storytellers series  - Dame David Bowie. He delved into all sorts of nooks and crannies of his back catalogue for the performance mixing hits like Rebel Rebel and China Girl with obscurities like Can't Help Thinking About Me. It was released on CD and DVD in 2009 but this is the first time you have been able to get it on vinyl.  
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David Bowie
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars needs no introduction, being one of the best-known albums of an enormous cultural icon. This release uses the 2012 remastered versions of the tracks.

David Bowie
Space Oddity

Space Oddity is the classic Bowie hit and, as with a lot of classic hits and records (and lets face it not-so-classic records) they continuously get repressed and reissued and recoloured and rewritten and reproduced and remastered etc etc. However, this sweet collection of 7"'s with posters and prints and all sorts is a real treat for fans of...urm...David Bowie. 
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David Bowie
Space Oddity (Tony Visconti 2019 Mix)

A brand new mix from original producer Tony Visconti to commemorate the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s second self-titled album, later re-issued as Space Oddity in 1972. With the title track introducing ‘Major Tom’, one of Bowie’s most enduring characters, it didn’t do much business at the time but is now regarded as a critical turning point in his career. This new release also features the title track of the brand new box-set release, Conversation Piece. 

David Bowie
Conversation Piece

Another lavish box-set release documenting the ongoing exhumation of David Bowie’s archives, Conversation Piece is a five-CD collection that examines his evolution throughout 1968 and 1969, via home demos, BBC radio sessions and studio recordings, including with his mime-musical group Feathers. Furthermore, it includes discs to mark the 50th anniversaries of the release of the ‘Space Oddity’ single plus his second studio album David Bowie (later re-released as Space Oddity, of course. Oh, and a detailed 120-page book of extensive sleeve notes and images. 
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David Bowie & Marlene Dietrich
Just A Gigolo (The Original Soundtrack)

Filmed during a break in his enormous Stage world tour in 1978, Just A Gigolo saw David Bowie star alongside the iconic actress and singer Marlene Dietrich in her final film role. While the film was panned, the soundtrack remains a compelling curio, featuring performances from Pasadena Roof Orchestra, the Manhattan Transfer and the Village People, on top of an original Bowie track ‘Revolutionary Song’. 
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David Bowie
The Man Who Sold The World

Parlophone remastered and reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these versions are being released individually too. The Man Who Sold The World has a strong claim to being both the first glam rock record and the album on which David Jones truly became David Bowie. 180g vinyl reissue.
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David Bowie
Storytellers

20 years ago David Bowie recorded a set for the VH1 series Storytellers. It has previously been released on CD, Digital and DVD, but never on vinyl. This vinyl edition is the most complete and faithful version of events that day (23/08/1999) and includes 4 songs that were not on the original CD release. It contains songs from Hunky Dory, Low, Aladin Sane and more. 
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David Bowie
DJ

A real treat for fans of the Duke here. 'DJ' was the second single from Bowie's album The Lodger. It's a track that inhabits the worlds of both Roxy Music and Talking Heads. It's getting released on a nice picture disc that includes an alternative mix and a version recorded for the Kenny Everett Show in 1979. I also recommend you watch the video for this track, it's pretty weird. As far as I can make out, it's just Dave smiling really widely in various places. 

David Bowie
The 'Mercury' Demos

Oh right, we get it. Mercury as in space, the place that David Bowie loved more than any other place. Not mercury as in the element. Anyway, The ‘Mercury’ Demos follows on from recent posthumous Bowie bonanzas Spying Through A Keyhole and the Clareville Grove Demos. All of the cuts on Mercury were captured, with the assistance of John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson, on a reel-to-reel in Bowie’s flat in 1969. It sounds like … well, it sounds like David Bowie around the time of ‘Space Oddity’. Which is what it is. Comes with goodies aplenty.

David Bowie
Aladdin Sane

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Aladdin Sane followed up Ziggy Stardust, and is hence the first Bowie record made whilst already a success. Includes ‘The Jean Genie’ and ‘Drive-In Saturday’. This LP release uses the 2013 remasters.
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David Bowie
Clareville Grove Demos

Doesn’t he look young? Parlophone’s covetous pursuit of early Bowie demos follows Spying Through a Keyhole with a new triple 7” set of unheard 1969 recordings. Recorded with John Hutchinson, the mono tunes are packaged in a mimicry of Bowie’s hand-scrawled demo submission sleeves.
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David Bowie
Boys Keep Swinging

The David Bowie re-issue fest continues with a 40th anniversary re-press of Boys Keep Swinging. The track was the first single to be taken from his then current Lodger album and here contains I Pray, Ole on the B Side a track unreleased since the Lodger re-issue. Picture Disc shows a nice pic of Dave singing.  

David Bowie
Beauty and The Beast

Limited 7” picture disc boasting a newly remastered version of the Fripp-assisted “Heroes” opener, previously released as a single in the start of ‘78. That’s not news to anyone perhaps, but the b-side may be more of a draw for fans - a previously unavailable live version of Blackout, fittingly recorded in Berlin later that year. You’ll know immediately whether you need this or not!

David Bowie / Marlene Dietrich
Revolutionary Song / Just A Gigolo

David Bowie and Marlene Dietrich on one piece of vinyl together? Sold! OK, if you aren’t sold yet, let me tell you that this is also the last piece of music that Dietrich ever recorded, shortly before her death, and that these two recordings came out of David Hemmings’ film Just A Gigolo, with The Rebels being the backbone for Bowie’s Revolutionary Song recording. Limited 7” split.
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David Bowie
Pin Ups (Picture Disc)

Pin Ups is David Bowie’s 1973 covers album, in which our hero sets aside his original songwriting (which was of course on fire at this point) in favour of a selection of his personal 60’s English favourites. The Who, The Kinks, Pink Floyd and The Yardbirds all get Bowied here, on an album that still divides many fans. Picture disc reissue edition.

David Bowie
Spying Through A Keyhole

For their latest post-Bowie cash-grab we find Parlophone throwing together a collection of bespoke 7” singles of formative work by the late Starman. Spying Through A Keyhole features a bunch of demos, rarities and other ephemera, the most immediately arresting of which are a couple of early versions of ‘Space Oddity’. Please note that these are bedroom demos rather than studio tapes, and as such the recording quality is a little more down-at-heel.

David Bowie
Hunky Dory

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Hunky Dory is Bowie’s 1971 triumph, containing several of his most immortal songs, including ‘Changes’ and ‘Life on Mars?’. Remastered in 2015.

David Bowie
Never Let Me Down

What are we to make of the David Bowie album that the man himself disliked the most? The album he has described as being "awful", an album he wondered why he recorded? Whatever he thought of it, 1987's Never Let Me Down remains interesting because the man was so interesting, especially as it was conceived in tandem for the ridiculously over the top Glass Spider tour. 

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Tonight

After David Bowie released Let's Dance he was as big as he'd ever been and decided to strike while the iron was hot. The resulting album is 1984's Tonight, which was largely successful at keeping the general public interested in him. For all its commercial ambitions Tonight remained a Bowie album, with the video for Blue Jean really being a 20 minute short film. 

David Bowie
Glass Spider (Live Montreal ’87)

Way back in 1987, David Bowie released Never Let Me Down. The ensuing tour was called Glass Spider, a show more theatre than gig which inevitably ended up being accused of being pretentious. Of course nowadays, theatrics are the norm. So maybe it's time to reevaluate Glass Spider, or at the very least its Montreal stint.

David Bowie
Serious Moonlight (Live ’83)

1983's Let's Dance was one of David Bowie's most commercially successful albums and so needed a tour to match. Named Serious Moonlight, the tour sold much better than expect forcing Bowie into less intimate venues than planned. Perhaps this explains why it featured an uncharacteristic one costume change. 

David Bowie
Let’s Dance

Trust David Bowie to make one of the most commercially successful records of the 80s. After his Berlin trilogy where he explored the more art rock side of things he thought hey feck it I'm going to dye my hair bleach blonde work with Nile Rogers and become a proper pop star for a bit. This contains all those mega hits  - China Girl, Let's Dance, Modern Love and that's just the first three tracks. 

David Bowie
David Bowie aka Space Oddity

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Here is Bowie’s second album under his stage name, released in 1969. Along with early folk-Bowie, it also provides the first glimmers of the genius that was soon to arise. 2015 remastered versions.

David Bowie
Glastonbury 2000

It's almost hard to fathom almost 20 years on that David Bowie's hair was so long and luxurious at his show at Glastonbury in 2000. But there you can see is pictorial evidence of it's length and lustre. It's only one reason why his performance was so legendary that night. Now for the first time you can hear (or see) the entire show which has never been broadcast in it's entirety. There's also bits and bats of extras too like David's diary from the night and a reprint of Caitlin Moran's original review of the show.    

David Bowie
Breaking Glass [Live E.P.]

Yet more gold from the David Bowie vaults here. A Breaking Glass [Live EP] was originally issued in 1978 to promote Bowie’s second live LP Stage. The recordings on that full-length were taken from performances Bowie gave on his Isolar II tour - much like those that featured on the recent archival release Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ‘78). However, none of the four versions we have here surfaced on either … Blackout or the original Breaking Glass EP.

David Bowie, Trevor Jones
Labyrinth

First time repress  and remastering of the soundtrack to Labyrinth on vinyl, 31 years after the initial release of the film on 1986. Written by David Bowie and Trevor Jones (who has done soundtracks for The Dark Crystal, Cliffhanger, and Dark City). Includes Bowie’s opening title track Underground. Includes download.
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David Bowie
Zeroes

As a taster for the upcoming Loving The Alien boxset, David Bowie fans can get their hands on this limited edition 7” picture disc featuring radio edits of two songs from his Never Let Me Down album. Zeros and Beat Of Your Drum have been newly remixed and revamped for 2018 by Mario McNulty. 7” on Parlophone.
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Loving The Alien (1983 - 1988)

The '80s was a notoriously hard period for David Bowie. His critical and commercial status waned as fans grew tired of his endless shape-shifting. It seems that not many people were, in fact, Loving The Alien. However, that’s not stopped Parlophone releasing these deluxe box-sets of his mid-80's output.  Loving The Alien (1983-1988) includes unreleased tracks, live takes, remixes, B-sides - in short, the lot. Maybe it's time to reappraise the age of the Glass Spider.

David Bowie
Live Santa Monica '72

Witness David Bowie performing some of his very best early material in this 1972 live recording. It’s a fairly phenomenal set, including lots of Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust, as well as a cherished Velvet Underground cover. Formerly distributed as a bootleg but recorded to radio-broadcast-grade standards, Live Santa Monica ‘72 is now officially released as a double LP set.

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Heroes

Well this is a bit of a classic isn't it? Quite incredible that a song featuring Robert Fripp and Brian Eno could end up being covered by artists as diverse as Kasabian, Prince, Nico, the X Factor winners and Depeche Mode. But that's Bowie for you. Here is a 40th anniversary picture disc which also features the version Bowie sang on Mac Bolan's 'Marc' TV show. This was around the time everyone Bowie met subsequently died (see also: Bing Crosby). 

David Bowie
Welcome To The Blackout (Live London ’78)

If you missed out on that oh-so desirable triple vinyl package just recently, then don’t worry, you might find satisfaction with this double CD edition instead. Welcome To The Blackout captures a powerhouse performance by King David Bowie in 1978, a time where his touring catalogue was stuffed full of Berlin era hits. Fabulous vintage live Bowie. 2CD on Parlophone.

David Bowie
ChangesTwoBowie

Calling all Bowie fans! The second half of the ChangesBowie compilation made available officially for the first time since the mid 80’s. Including Aladdin Sane, Starman, Ashes To Ashes, and  Wild Is The Wind it takes tracks from 1971 up to 1980. They have had a full remaster and are available on CD and vinyl formats.

David Bowie
Heroes

Anyone who hasn’t previously had the chance to pick up some of the key David Bowie albums doesn’t have to worry any more, as Parlophone are furnishing us with some fine new reissues of the great man’s Berlin period! Heroes is of course defined by its massive and infinite title track, but the rest of the tracklisting is also extremely worth digging into. CD and LP reissues.

David Bowie
Stage (2017 Edition)

Wanna hear what it would have been like to see David Bowie play on his 1978 world tour? Stage was released that same year (although later reissues like this one include a full and proper set-list rather than edited highlights), and it features a great band (Adrian Belew, Carlos Alomar, George Murray) and great Berlin-era Bowie songs. 2CD and 3LP reissue editions from Parlophone.

David Bowie
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)

Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) is Bowie at the dawn of the 80’s, trying to produce a more commercial sound than the preceding Berlin records, although Robert Fripp and his magic guitar are still in the game. Features ‘Ashes To Ashes’, among other classic Bowie cuts. CD and LP reissues from Parlophone.

David Bowie
Lodger

Lodger is the third and final entry in David Bowie’s late 70’s ‘Berlin’ trilogy, featuring his continued Brian Eno and Tony Visconti collaboration. Lodger is generally reckoned to be an underrated art-pop gem in the Bowie catalogue, so if you’ve not lodged yet, this reissue from Parlophone would be a perfect opportunity.

David Bowie
Low

You’d be a fool to try and pick out a ‘most classic’ album from the hefty David Bowie discography, but it you did, Low would be a very good shout. The 1977 album, which began the Berlin-based Brian Eno and Tony Visconti collaboration trilogy, is notable for having a more experimental second side, but is fabulous all the way through. CD and LP reissue editions.

David Bowie
Pin Ups

Parlophone reissued a range of David Bowie albums in the Five Years boxset in 2015: now these nice 180g vinyl versions are being released individually too. Pin Ups, released in 1973, finds Bowie covering a number of his 60’s favourites, including tracks by The Who and Pink Floyd. This LP release uses the 2015 remasters.

David Bowie
A New Career In A New Town (1977 – 1982)

Calling all very rich Bowie fans, you are in for a treat. This collection compiles all his albums between 1977 and 1982 which of course takes in his now classic 'Berlin Trilogy'. Not only that but 'Lodger' has been remixed by Tony Visconti and includes a bonus collection of single versions, non-album singles, b-sides and songs featured on soundtracks. Photos and stuff too. Imagine if all of these re-issues had happened and he hadn't died?  

David Bowie
Reality

Reality is David Bowie’s 23rd solo album. The album contains a cover of The Modern Lovers' Pablo Picasso and a cover of George Harrison’s Try Some Buy Some which were originally intended to appear on Bowie’s Pin Ups 2, but the album never materialised. Reality was produced by Bowie with Tony Visconti. Originally from 2003, Reality is now reissued on 180g vinyl.

David Bowie
Legacy

Although you might reckon that the world is quite well stocked with David Bowie best-of compilations already, this one is new to 2016 and therefore includes two songs from Blackstar! The other unique feature is an unreleased mix of ‘Life on Mars?’: oooh. And of course, four vinyl sides packed full of familiar Bowie favourites. Legacy is out on Parlophone.

David Bowie
Peter and The Wolf

Never one to miss up an opportunity to travel through time, David Bowie has a sick collaboration with Sergei Prokofiev for our ears here. Or, you know: not that. In all seriousness, though, folks, he does narrate Prokofiev's score for Peter And The Wolf here, performing written material by Prokofiev himself for the 1978 work. And then on the flip for some reason there's a performance of the Young Person's Guide To Orchestra because... I don't know. Because Wes Andersen, that's why.

David Bowie
Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74)

This high-quality live recording of David Bowie circa 1974 was released for the very first time this Record Store Day: now it makes the transition from the triple LP to the double CD format. Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles ‘74) is from a significant point in Bowie’s career, and features all the best tracks from his American years plus other favourites. 2CD with booklet on Parlophone.

David Bowie
Be My Wife

Well you have to agree it is a tempting offer. David Bowie first asked the listening public to be his wife in 1977, as the second single from his uber-classic album Low. To celebrate the fortieth anniversary, here is a handsome picture disc reissue of the song, freshly remastered and backed with a previously unreleased live take on ‘Art Decade’. 7” on Parlophone.

David Bowie
Sue (or In A Season of Crime)

'Sue (Or In A Season of Crime)' is a surprise new single from David Bowie, who's releasing 'Nothing Has Changed', a supposedly definitive, that-settles-that type greatest hits collection, later this year. The eight minute tune is going to front the first of three discs on the triple CD, but it's also getting its own 10" release. Good luck to anyone who tries to listen to it. 

David Bowie
Sound and Vision

A year down from The Man Who Fell to Earth’s passing from cancer and the Ziggy re-issue bonanza shows no sign of slowing down. After 6 of his most classic LPs were re-pressed last year, now one of the great Bowie singles makes it’s way onto this beautiful picture disc. Eno, Berlin, coke withdrawals - you know the story by now, but familiarity doesn’t dim the appeal of ‘Sound and Vision’ one bit.

David Bowie
Heathen

David Bowie reissue time! Heathen was his 2002 release and his 22nd album. He throws in a couple of covers to this one, including a nice version of Pixies ‘Cactus’. Heathen is understood to be one of the better late-period Bowie albums. The reissue is, of course on heavyweight 180g vinyl. On Friday Music.

David Bowie
No Plan EP

So it turns out you didn't have to buy the Lazarus soundtrack to get these final recordings of David Bowie. It would be foolish not to release them in their own right as they are not only an important document of his last work but they are absolutely superb. The fact that they sound somewhat unfinished only increases their brilliance. Bowie sounds totally unhinged at times and totally inspired.  
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David Bowie
A Reality Tour - Live

A Reality Tour - Live is both a live album and a greatest hits from the star king of our hearts, David Bowie. The setlists for this, his final tour, span the range of that enviable career, so you get fresh spins on all your favourites. And the presentation for this first-time-on-vinyl edition is grand: 3 translucent blue vinyl LPs in a big grand box, with some posters too. Luxury Bowie.

David Bowie
Live Nassau Coliseum '76

The great records of David Bowie live on, with a slew of reissues coming out on Parlophone. Live Nassau Coliseum ‘76 was previously only available as part of a deluxe edition reissue of Station To Station, which was released in that same year. So you get that album’s amazing material mixed with the finest tracks from preceding albums: wow! 2CD and 2LP formats.

David Bowie
Young Americans

David Bowie lives on, with a whole bunch of reissues coming out on Parlophone. 1975’s Young Americans is the prime example of Bowie in ‘plastic soul’ mode, successfully mixing funky American styles with his strange white Englishness. Features ‘Fame’, ‘Across The Universe’ and the title track. CD / LP editions.

David Bowie
Station To Station

The records of the great  David Bowie live on, with several of reissues on Parlophone. 1976’s Station To Station is an entirely crucial piece of the Bowie canon, combining the funky soul he’d just be exploring with the German experimentalism he was about to dive headlong into. The ‘Thin White Duke’ returns on CD and 180g vinyl LP.

David Bowie
David Live

David Live, recorded and released in 1974, was Bowie’s first (official) live album, and it features a hefty setlist of his finest moments up to that point. Double CD and triple LP formats available, both using the most recent 2005 remastered audio. Comes as part of a whole bunch of re-issues on Parlephone

David Bowie
Diamond Dogs

A year or so on from his untimely (or timely depending on your take on things) death here we have a bunch of re-issues from the earlier part of the great man's career. Diamond Dogs was his eighth studio album which was inspired by Orwell's 1984. Here Bowie produced a glammy vision of a post apocalyptic world. As always Bowie moved on swiftly and this was to be his last glam tinged record.

Various / David Bowie
Lazarus (Original Cast Recording)

Lazarus is the musical devised by David Bowie, and this release contains versions of his music as performed in the show. Plus, as you may well have heard, the set includes the final three studio recordings ever made by Bowie himself, which is quite a big deal… Double CD and triple LP editions available, on Columbia.
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Various
The Man Who Fell To Earth: Original Soundtrack

It’s Bowie season whether you like it or not and that means a release of tracks he doesn’t feature on can have his face on the cover. Of course, Bowie is the star of the film The Man Who Fell To Earth and its soundtrack had been unavailable on physical format until now. Composed for the film by Stomu Yamashta and John Phillips, the soundtrack has been remastered from the original tapes.
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David Bowie
Who Can I Be Now? [1974 - 1976]

Who remembers David Bowie? Well in 1974 Bowie went to America and recorded a heap of albums including 'Diamond Dogs', 'Young Americans', 'Station To Station'. Well, they've all been collected here with a separate album full of all the singles and B sides from the era and 'The Gouster', previously unreleased as a concept album.  

David Bowie
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (The Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture is the video documentation of the legendary final gig of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust period: the one where he surprised everyone, including The Spiders From Mars, by closing the whole thing down. Needless to say, it's a pretty special show, and the soundtrack audio is presented here on 2 LPs.

David Bowie
ChangesOneBowie

ChangesOneBowie was the first David Bowie retrospective to be released and contained his best material from 1969 - 1976. It is reissued on vinyl and CD to mark the 40th anniversary of its original release. The compilation highlights how, in just seven years, Bowie was able to reinvent his sound and style several times.

David Bowie
Bowie at the Beeb: The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68 -72

Bowie At The Beeb: The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions ‘68 - ‘72 compiles the finest moments from across 12 different sessions, so there was plenty of material to choose from. This release is also the first time that this collection of early David Bowie has been pressed to vinyl! Quadruple LP set, with a booklet, on Warner Bros.

David Bowie
★ (Blackstar)

David Bowie has another new album out! The mysteriously titled ★, which is less mysteriously known as Blackstar is his first new material since the weird single Sue (or in a Season of Crime) in 2014 and first album since the brilliant The Next Day in 2013. ★ is available on CD and on vinyl with some lovely die-cut packaging, and sounds like Bowie trying to perpetuate the avant-garde vibes of Scott Walker.

David Bowie
The Man Who Sold The World (picture disc)

You know the deal: David Bowie... a record... you buying it. Back in some of his very earliest rocker days, he made a lil' album called 'The Man Who Sold The World', and it was quite good, and now it's on a picture disc starring the original German album cover. The title track has a pretty cool riff. 

David Bowie
TVC15

Record Store Day, also known as the Official David Bowie Flea Market, continues to offer up 7"s with Ziggy's face on them, and this one offers the single "TVC15", complemented by a Harry Malsen edit of "Wild Is The Wind' For those of you hoping to tie up the loose ends in your Bowie 7" collection, this one's a must have.

David Bowie
Golden Years

A neat little picture disc for all the heavy-duty David Bowie fans out there. Golden Years on the A-side and a single edit of Station To Station on the AA-side: can’t really fault that can you? The 40th anniversary 7” has a fetching picture of 70’s Bowie on each side, one shot previously unissued. On Parlophone.

David Bowie
Fame

The latest limited David Bowie 7" picture disc celebrates the 40th anniversary of his hit song 'Fame. Who knew that it was co-written by John Lennon? Includes now hilarious pitch shifted vocal technique. What you get is the original single edit and on the B side is an alternate mix of the original B Side 'Right' plus nice photos of David on each side. 

David Bowie
Space Oddity

Space Oddity was David Bowie’s first UK No.1 hit. This 7” picture disc is being released to commemorate the song’s 40th anniversary. Side A features the single edit of Space Oddity with an image from the David Bowie archive whilst Side AA features Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud and photography by Vernon Dewhurst. 

David Bowie
Five Years 1969 – 1973

Just when you thought you had a comprehensive David Bowie collection… Along comes Five Years 1969 - 1973, a colossal box-set covering the first ten albums the man made, plus a new double disc compilation of rare material from the period and a nice book. Available as a CD collection, or as thirteen 180g vinyl records: 2.34 kilograms of wax! Bowie-wow!

David Bowie
Hours...

Hours... is, as you can probably ascertain from its cover artwork, a 90s David Bowie album. It featured a slight return to earlier forms of Bowie, but is still a beast quite far evolved from “Heroes” or some such. Reissued by Music On Vinyl in both green and blue / purple flavours, with a useful bonus booklet. Very limited!

David Bowie
1966

This David Bowie material dates from before the concept of ‘David Bowie’ really existed. 1966 sounds very different from any of his later sounds, being more of a straight mod-pop affair. Still, these six songs are well put together, a lot more than just novelties. Though it is intriguing to hear this early side to the man. Reissue on Sanctuary.

David Bowie / Tom Verlaine
Kingdom Come


David Bowie
Young Americans (single)

Originally released in 1975, this special limited edition 7” of the title track to David Bowie’s ‘Young Americans’ is a single mix by American Producer and long term Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti. AA side ‘It’s Gonna Be Me’ is a re-working of an outtake from the 1974 Sigma Sessions. This is a vinyl debut for both tracks in their current form.

David Bowie
Knock On Wood (live)

David Bowie picture disc 7" featuring 'Knock on Wood' and 'Rock and Roll with me', both taken from his first live album 'David Live' in commemoration of its 40th anniversary. Mixed in 2005 by Tony Visconti. The concert was recorded at Tower Theatre in Philadelphia. Stick in on your wall with your Charles and Diana plates. 

David Bowie
Nothing Has Changed

'Nothing Has Changed' celebrates forty whole years of David Bowie in an obsessively compiled greatest hits collection, taking tracks from his earliest self-titled records to his most recent work today on 'The Next Day' -- there's even a new single, "Sue (or In A Season Of Crime)". The record works from Bowie's newest music backwards, giving us a reverse-chronological glimpse of the dude who helped cultivate classic rock, allowed it to get both nerdy and glam, and then pissed off to make a bunch of Eno-informed krautrock, among other things. It's out in mid-November, because even Ziggy Stardust is aware of Christmas.

David Bowie
Diamond Dogs (single)

Diamond Dogs is the tenth 7” in the ongoing run of 40th anniversary reissues by David Bowie. This classic slice of '70s Bowie is backed with a live version of the record's classic taken from the 2005 mix of David Live. Diamond Dogs is available on 7” picture disc. Side A features an out-take from the original photo shoot by Terry O’Neill and Side AA features a previously unpublished shot from the 1974 tour. It plays at 33 ⅓ RPM.
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  • David Bowie
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