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Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) details

on July 22, 2016


“Putting on a face that’s new”


As we mentioned yesterday, the follow up to Parlophone’s award-winning box set, David Bowie - Five Years (1969 – 1973), will be David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976), which will be released on September 23rd.

Aside from the box cover and contents pictured here, there is a hand-written note by David Bowie pertaining to the original intended content of The Gouster, which we also told you about yesterday.

We will be posting more exclusive content from the box over the coming weeks, but meanwhile here’s the full list of contents.



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Say hello to The Gouster

on July 21, 2016


“Can I be real?”


The follow up to Parlophone’s award-winning box set, David Bowie - Five Years (1969 – 1973), will be David Bowie - Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976). (More of which, later)

Exclusive to the set is The Gouster, which is previously unreleased as a complete album. Featured on the sleeve for this box set version, is a previously unpublished picture from the original photo session for the album.

Here’s how The Gouster’s tracklisting looked before it morphed into Young Americans.


Side 1

1. John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)

2. Somebody Up There Likes Me

3. It’s Gonna Be Me


Side 2

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Exhibition/auction of Bowie’s art collection

on July 14, 2016


“Look at this, then look at us”


David Bowie’s Personal Art Collection to be Unveiled for the First Time

Important Paintings by 20th-Century Masters including Basquiat, Hirst and Auerbach to Lead a Major 10-Day Exhibition and Auction at Sotheby’s in London


Musician, actor, icon — David Bowie was for almost 50 years one of the most recognised and revered artists in the world, his influence transcending music to shape the wider culture of our time. His life as an art collector, however, was something he kept almost entirely hidden from public view.

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TMWFTE 40th anniversary 4K restoration

on July 07, 2016


“Loving The Alien”


To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Nicolas Roeg’s iconic movie, The Man Who Fell To Earth, we’re delighted to announce that the film will return to UK cinemas in 4K this September.

STUDIOCANAL has announced that they are near to completing a new 4k restoration of the cult classic. The restoration has been in the works since late 2015 and it will be released in cinemas nationwide in the UK on 9th September by Park Circus, opening at BFI Southbank and cinemas nationwide.

The Man Who Fell To Earth will also be released on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on 10th October by

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10 out of 10 for BAAL in UNCUT

on June 30, 2016


“Ziggy played...banjo”


We told you about the release of Dissent & Disruption: The Complete Alan Clarke at the BBC, earlier in the year.

Contained within the set is the BBC adaptation of Baal starring David Bowie, which was first broadcast in 1982.

Damien Love has posted his ten out of ten review of BAAL over on UNCUT and here follows an excerpt from it.


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“When Clarke first conceived of filming the play, in collaboration with Brecht scholar John Willet, he considered Steven Berkoff for the role.