Three 90s-era David Bowie live albums will be released for streaming

The first release, Liveandwell.com was available through the Bowie’s curious ISP.

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A string of three David Bowie live albums is slated to arrive on streaming platforms over the coming months. The albums comprise recordings captured from Bowie’s performances in the 90s. The first, entitled Liveandwell.com, arrives later this week (15 May) and features performances from the late artist’s 1997 Earthling tour.

Liveandwell.com features 12 tracks in total, and is being released through Parlophone Records. The first taste of the album comes in the form of the single Little Wonder, performed live at the Radio City Music Hall New York, 15 October 1997. Take a listen below.

Liveandwell.com was first made available to members of the artist’s curious internet service provider from 2000, BowieNet. The original has been expanded to include bonus live versions of Pallas Athena and V-2 Schneider – the latter, a song from Heroes, pays tribute to Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider, who recently passed away.

Other recently released posthumous records include I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74), which dropped on Record Store Day 2020. The live album featured performances from his shows at the Michigan Palace in Detroit and Municipal Auditorium in Nashville in 1974.

Learn more about the upcoming albums, and Liveandwell.com at davidbowie.com

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