Two unreleased David Bowie records announced on limited vinyl





Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles 1974) and Bowpromo lined up for Record Store Day.

Parlophone will release two limited edition David Bowie records in celebration of the 10th annual Record Store Day, reports Pitchfork.

The first is Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles 1974), the first official release of his Philly Dogs Tour show from September 1974, which partly featured in Alan Yentob’s BBC documentary, Cracked Actor. The tracks were mixed by long time Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti.

The full concert will be released on a triple vinyl with the last side reserved for an etching of the Diamond Dogs era Bowie logo. The packaging also features newly commissioned artwork with rare and unseen photographs.

The second record is Bowpromo, a facsimile recreation of a 1971 EP that was pressed in very small quantities. The promo features alternate mixes of some of the songs that would eventually be released on the Hunky Dory album.

Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles 1974):

01 Introduction
02 1984
03 Rebel Rebel
04 Moonage Daydream
05 Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing
06 Changes
07 Suffragette City
08 Aladdin Sane
09 All the Young Dudes
10 Cracked Actor
11 Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me
12 Knock on Wood
13 It’s Gonna Be Me
14 Space Oddity
15 Diamond Dogs
16 Big Brother
17 Time
18 The Jean Genie
19 Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide
20 John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)


01 Oh! You Pretty Things
02 Eight Line Poem
03 Kooks
04 It Ain’t Easy
05 Queen Bitch
06 Quicksand
07 Bombers/Andy Warhol Intro