Eight months and thirteen days after David Bowie‘s death, the second box set was released, entitled ‘Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976)’. The first box set ‘David Bowie Five Years (1969-1973)’ was released through Parlophone, while there is something also special about the second one.  It contains recordings from 1974, and specifically from an unrevealed album named ‘The Gouster‘: The previously unreleased album, contains some of the ‘Young American’’s songs in alternative mixes than the 1975 released ones, such as ‘Right, Can You Hear Me‘ and ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me‘. The hidden album was a funk and soul attempt of the greatest music innovator and his producer’s Tony Visconti, as they both were fans of 60’s soul music and wanted to release a soulful record, which never happened until today through the release of this box set.

The Gouster Tracklist:
01. John, I’m Only Dancing (Again)
02. Somebody Up There Likes Me
03. It’s Gonna Be Me
04. Who Can I Be Now?
05. Can You Hear Me
06. Young Americans
07. Right

Eleftheria Gesou