An unreleased David Bowie live album is to strike streaming platforms next Friday (3Jul20).
Employers at Parlophone Records revealed the release of the late rocker’s Ouvrez Le Chien (Live Dallas 95) record on Thursday (25 Jun20) with a post on his website.
Bowie, who died after a fight with cancer in 2016, tape-recorded the album at Dallas, Texas’ Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre in October 1995 throughout his Outside Trip with 9 Inch Nails.
The title of the album originates from a French lyric, suggesting open the pet, included in his 1970 track All The Madmen, along with in his 1993 song Buddha of Suburbia. Its art work, including Bowie in a tank top versus a black background, was shot by his widow Iman.
One track from the album, Teenage Wildlife, is offered on streaming services today, with the rest of the album due next week.