A musician who labored with David Bowie on his remaining album earlier than his demise has hinted there might be a ‘misplaced album’ of labor that the late star was engaged on.
Music icon David died on January 20, 2016, on the age of 69 following a secret battle with most cancers.
His remaining launch whereas alive was the album Blackstar, launched on January 8, 2016 – simply two days earlier than his demise.
Whereas album producer Tony Visconti has been quoted saying the album was supposed as a “parting present” to followers and a ‘swan track’ by the music legend, one other musician who labored on the album has recommended one other report had been within the works when David died.
Saxophonist Donny McCaslin, 54, has recommended David was planning to get again into the studio the identical month that he died.
NME quote Donny saying: “There’s the narrative of Blackstar being this farewell, which I completely get.
“However that co-exists with the truth that he was simply so inventive. He was planning on doing extra.”
He added: “He was engaged on new music and he needed to report in January.”
It’s unclear if any music, recordings, or writing had been accomplished for the thriller album earlier than David handed away.
Two posthumous albums had been launched final yr in continued celebration of David’s work.
An EP titled Is It Any Marvel? was launched in February 2020 that includes music that had been recorded by the artist between 1995 and 1997.
The six-track report reached quantity 10 within the UK.
Whereas a reside album titled ChangesNowBowie was launched in August 2020 – and reached quantity 17 within the UK.
David’s final authentic studio album, Blackstar, spent three weeks on the prime of the UK charts in 2016 and was the fifth highest promoting album within the UK that yr.
Whereas the album was additionally the primary album to prime the Billboard 200 album chart within the USA within the days following David’s shock demise.