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A previously unreleased version of the David Bowie track Stay has been shared – and you can listen to it here.
The original song featured on the late singer’s 1976 album Station To Station, but the Bowie re-recorded the song in 1997.
The later version of the song started life at The Factory in Dublin Docklands and, according to a press release “was completed later, potentially to be used as a b-side and mixed at Right Track Recording studios, New York in May/June 1997.”
The press release goes on to say that “Bowie wanted to update some of his live show staples so they would sit well sonically with the Outside/Earthling material.”
Stay 97 was co-produced by Bowie, Reeves Gabrels and Mark Plati, and appears on the soon-to-be-released Is It Any Wonder? EP.
Check it out below.