David Bowie's "Hunky Dory" album is getting a deluxe reissue!
In December of 1971 David Bowie released his seminal album Hunky Dory, which featured future classics like "Changes" and "Life On Mars?"
Now there's a deluxe reissue of that iconic release on the way-- well, actually, TWO!
Divine Symmetry arrives November 25th and will contain 48 previously unreleased tracks (live recordings, alternate versions and demos) on four CDs, the 2015 remaster of Hunky Dory on Blu-Ray audio, a 100-page hardback book of photos, as well as a 60-page replica of Bowie’s notebooks from the era.
Then on February 23rd of next year, the vinyl companion A Divine Symmetry (An Alternative Journey Through Hunky Dory) will arrive with different mixes and versions of the original Hunky Dory tracklist, plus one additional song, “Bombers."
Here's a sneak peek of the reissue with a version of “Kooks” recorded by Bowie and Mick Ronson for the BBC’s Sounds Of The 70s with Bob Harris...