It’s nice that lots of people are enjoying remembering auld Winston O’Boogie today. This, from George’s people over on Twitter
For the week that’s in it Nothing Is Real podcasts an eye over ‘John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band’.
For the week that’s in it, Nothing Is Real podcasts an eye over ‘John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band’.
The Guardian has details this morning of unreleased 1974 soul and funk lp The Gouster that became Young Americans coming in the next box set of reissues:
A previously unreleased David Bowie album is set to be released. The Gouster, recorded in 1974, was Bowie’s experiment in soul and funk, which later morphed into Young Americans, released in 1975. It will appear later this year in a box set, Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976).
Below the line is an entertaining commentary on cash-ins/its not unreleased/was on the 1991 CD reissues/there’s real unreleased stuff not included still
Won’t interest those who thinks his solo career was “shite”, but this snippet is as far as I know previously unseen.