A new box set compilation of Duke White is on its way. It covers from 1974 to 1976 and will include unreleased material of the immortal British artist.
The 69-year life of David Bowie would to fill the musical career of at least a dozen musicians: almost half a century of art, in almost all its different manifestations, which seems endless. Already we sensed that his death would not be the end of the road: his career continues despite body have abandoned us, and soon we will have new material to bring to the ear to continue feeding and recalling his immortal soul. The next September 23 will be released a new compilation -after having published last year Five Years, which covered 1969 to 1973, this time covering the period 1974-1976, which will include, among other things, The Gouster , an album that was never published, where Bowie experimented with soul and funk. Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) also contain remastered versions of Young Americans where such interests crystallized yes, of Station to Station and Diamond Dog and the Australian version of the latter, so far only available there. It will also include a compilation of singles and b-sides throughout the period, which respond to the name Re: call 2, and a pair of direct recorded in 1974 and 1976. The legacy of David Bowie not only remains intact seven months after his death but continues to grow.
The new box-set includes an unknown white Duke LP in his discography. A record of 1974 with the first approach of the artist to soul and funk.
The well-known “American phase” of David Bowie was a prolific stage in the career of the British idol, marked by the search for a new identity, marking their first forays into the American soul and funk. A period now becomes receivable force with Who can I be now ?, a complete box-set that will be released on September 23, where all the material that the musician recorded between 1974 and 1976 meets.
In addition to previously unreleased tracks, live tracks and remastered versions of its entire catalog, which ranges from Diamond Dogs (1974) to Station to Station (1976) -, the box will include one of your lost discs: The gouster, hitherto unpublished LP recorded in 1974, where the first experiments of the artist with the “plastic soul” then end up shaping Young Americans (1975).
“David was excited soul as much as me. We were not ?? young, gifted and black ‘, but we wanted to make an album of brutal soul”, explained this work Tony Visconti, historical producer Duque Blanco and oversee the box-set.
The compilation, successor Five years (1969-1973), and can be booked from anywhere in the world on the website of Bowie, format 12 CDs, 13 LPs or digital download.