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Two Of David Bowie's Final Studio Recordings Have Just Been Released

The songs were written for his musical, "Lazarus."
Two new David Bowie songs recorded during his final studio sessions have been released.
Two new David Bowie songs recorded during his final studio sessions have been released.

Two new David Bowie songs were played on BBC Radio on Wednesday, and both tracks are now streaming on the organization’s website.

The two songs ― and a third one, “Killing A Little Time” ― were written by Bowie for his musical “Lazarus.” They will be included on the cast recording and debuts next week, according to Rolling Stone. The record will also feature the song “Lazarus,” which was featured on Bowie’s “Blackstar” album and released just before the pop star’s death in January at the age of 69

These tracks were co-produced by Bowie and longtime collaborator Tony Visconti, and recorded with Donny McCaslin and his quartet, the band featured on “Blackstar.”

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