David Bowie: hear a version of “Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me” unavailable since 1974

Originally released as a promo 7" single, this rarity appears in the forthcoming Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) box set

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Following the exciting news earlier this week of David Bowie‘s latest box set, Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976), we’re delighted to be able to preview one of the rare cuts featured inside.

Scroll down to hear a single edit of the version of “Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me” from David Live, which was issued as a promo 7” to American radio stations in September, 1974.

The track is taken from Re:Call 2 – a new compilation of single versions and non-album B-sides.


Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) is the follow up to David Bowie Five Years (1969 – 1973). The box released on September 23 as a twelve CD box, thirteen-piece vinyl set and digital download featuring all of the material officially released by Bowie during the so-called ‘American’ phase of his career.

These include Diamond Dogs, David Live (in original and 2005 mixes), Young Americans, Station To Station (in original and 2010 mixes), Live Nassau Coliseum 76 and Re:Call 2.

The box will also contain the previously unreleased album from 1974, The Gouster.


You can pre-order Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976) by clicking here.


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