On what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, a new EP dropped containing the last ever recordings taken from the Blackstar album sessions. The songs were technically revealed in the last quarter of 2016 but having them all together on an EP like this is a beautiful touch, especially considering the time of release.
Today marks the one year anniversary of David Bowie’s death and what best to celebrate his life and work by sharing an incredible isolated vocal track from his song Golden Years. Take a listen:
Another isolated vocal track taken from Bowie’s classic 1972 album, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars, Starman wasn’t originally meant to be included on the album but was added late in place of a Chuck Berry cover. The rest is certainly history as the song continues to be a classic Bowie song and ended up being his biggest hit since Space Oddity in 1969. What we have below is the isolated vocal track from the song which is without a doubt one of the most exciting Bowie vocals to listen to with a wonderful melody.
It’s only fitting that my next isolated track article be dedicated to the one and only David Bowie, who sadly passed away a few days ago on the 10th January. There are an almost uncountable amount of songs in his back catalogue which are instantly recognisable to the point where it couldn’t be anyone else, and Space Oddity is a song that fits the bill perfectly. What we have below is the isolated lead vocal track from that song, and it is spectacular.