David Bowie: Sound And Vision limited edition 40th anniversary picture disc revealed

It's released via Parlophone on February 10, 2017

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David Bowie‘s “Sound And Vision” will be released as a 7″ picture disc to mark the 40th-anniversary of the single’s original release.

It will be released on February 10 2017; the original single was released on February 11, 1977.

The A-side features a brand new remaster of the track and the flip side sees the first physical release of the 2013 remix of the song. The stripped back remix by Sonjay Prabhakar was originally done for a Sony Experia advert and utilises the original lead vocals and Mary Hopkin’s backing vocal with a new piano part.


The track listing is:

A-Side Sound and Vision (2016 remaster)
Produced David Bowie & Tony Visconti

B-Side Sound and Vision (Sony Experia mix)
Produced David Bowie & Tony Visconti
Remixed by Sonjay Prabhakar

The images used on the A and B sides of the picture disc are by David James and were taken during the filming of The Man Who Fell To Earth.

Meanwhile, a new documentary – David Bowie: The Last Five Years – will air on Saturday, January 7 on BBC Two between 9.00pm-10.30pm.

You can read our preview of David Bowie: The Last Five Years in the new Uncut – now on sale and available to buy digitally


The February 2017 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on Leonard Cohen. Elsewhere in the issue, we look at the 50 Great Modern Protest Songs and our free CD collects 15 of the very best, featuring Ry Cooder, Jarvis Cocker, Roy Harper, Father John Misty, Hurray For The Riff Raff and Richard Thompson. The issue also features our essential preview of the key albums for 2017, including Roger Waters, Fleet Foxes, Paul Weller, The Jesus And Mary Chain, the Waterboys and more. Plus Leon Russell, Mike Oldfield, Ty Segall, Tift Merritt, David Bowie, Japandroids, The Doors, Flaming Lips, Wilco, The XX, Grateful Dead, Mark Eitzel and more plus 139 reviews


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