David Bowie Was Working On New Music Ahead Of His Death

(Classic Rock) David Bowie made plans for a series of anthology releases before his death earlier this month, it's been revealed. He died of cancer, aged 69, on January 10 - just after the release of his album Blackstar.

Producer Tony Visconti later said that the pair had hoped to make one more album before the disease ended his life, and several tracks had reached the demo stage.

Now Newsweek reports a source close to the late icon discussing "a long list of musical releases that Bowie planned before he died." It's not known whether the anthologies will contain previously-unreleased material, but the source says Bowie divided his work into eras and didn't necessarily want it to be launched in chronological order. Read more here.

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