David Bowie putting out unreleased single edit
David Bowie is releasing a box-set featuring an unreleased version of 'All the Madmen'.
Released in 1970, the track originally appeared on 'The Man Who Sold the World', but an edit of the track which was made for the US release but was ultimately unused is now set to appear on a 10 album/12 CD, 10 album/13-piece vinyl set.
The collection - titled 'David Bowie Five Years 1969 - 1973' - has been made to celebrate the star's first ever performance in 1971 at Glastonbury Fair, now known as Glastonbury Festival, and will be the first in a series of career-spanning box sets.
Including all of the material officially released by the 'Space Oddity' singer at the beginning of his career, the package also includes tracks which have never before featured on CD or digitally, with a brand new two-disc compilation named 'Re:Call 1' featuring non-album singles, single versions and B-sides.
Elsewhere on the record will be the original version of 'Holy Holy' which was only ever released on the original 1971 Mercury single.
Released on September 25, the box set will be accompanied by a 128-page book in the CD box and an 84-page book in the vinyl set documenting David's rise to fame in rarely seen photos and notes from album producers Tony Visconti and Ken Scott.
Included in 'David Bowie Five Years 1969-1973':
6 original studio albums:
'David Bowie AKA Space Oddity'
'The Man Who Sold The World'
'The Rise and Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars'
2 live albums:
'Live Santa Monica '72'
'Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture Soundtrack'
Exclusive to all sets:
The Rise and Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (2003 mix)
'Re:Call 1' - Tracklisting
'Space Oddity' (original UK mono single edit)
'Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud' (original UK mono single version)
'Ragazzo Solo, Ragazza Sola'
'The Prettiest Star' (original mono single version)
'Memory Of A Free Festival' (Part 1)
'Memory Of A Free Festival' (Part 2)
'All The Madmen' (mono single edit)
'Holy Holy' (original mono single version)
'Moonage Daydream' (The Arnold Corns single version)
'Hang On To Yourself' (The Arnold Corns single version)
'Changes' (mono single version)
'Andy Warhol' (mono single version)
'Starman' (original single mix)
'John, I'm Only Dancing' (original single version)
'The Jean Genie' (original single mix)
'Drive-In Saturday' (German single edit)
'Round And Round'
'John, I'm Only Dancing' (sax version)
'Time' (U.S. single edit)
'Holy Holy' (Spiders version)