David Bowie's Album Will Be Released for Streaming for First Time

The upcoming record, coming out for streaming for the very first time, will include never-before-heard songs titled 'Pallas Athena' and 'V-2 Schneider'.

AceShowbiz - A new live album from late rocker David Bowie will debut on streaming platforms for the first time.

"LiveAndWell.com", a 1997 record Bowie recorded at performances in the U.K., U.S., the Netherlands, and Brazil during his Earthling tour, is the first in a series of live recordings the star produced during the 1990s that are scheduled to be released this year.

The new album is due out on May 15, 2020 and will feature two previously unheard bonus tracks, including "Pallas Athena" and "V-2 Schneider".

"LiveAndWell.com" was originally released in 2000 via BowieNet, the singer's early Internet service provider that also doubled as an online fan club.

Bowie died aged 69 in 2016.

You can share this post!

Related Posts