Rare David Bowie performance to be released on Record Store Day

Rare David Bowie performance to be released on Record Store Day
FILE PHOTO: David Bowie performs on the first night of his UK tour at the MEN Arena on November 17, 2003 in Manchester, England. (Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

David Bowie may be gone, but his music is still being released.

A previously unreleased album is going to be in the spotlight for Record Store Day, NME reported.

I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74)” includes unheard recordings from performances in Detroit and Nashville in 1974, Billboard reported.

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“ChangesNowBowie” will also be released and will be a nine-track, primarily acoustic session recorded in 1996. The performances were recorded during his 50th concert at Madison Square Garden, according to NME.

Another rare album “Is It Any Wonder?” will be released this year.

Record Store Day is April 18.