In 1972, at the height of David Bowie’s glam-era fame, former label Pye unlocked the vault and produced an EP, the aptly subtitled ‘For the Collector - Early David Bowie’, reprising four of the six songs Bowie recorded during 1965-1966. Since that time, those four (plus their two companions) have established themselves as mod pop classics. Here they are now in their glory - half a dozen slices of the young Bowie at his most endearing, mourning lost love and celebrating youthful promise, with his whole life ahead of him and fame still more than half a decade away.
The 1966 recordings have now been remastered with a crisp and lively sound and all formats sport a superb sleeve from the era.
CD comes in a digipack with booklet and annotation.