Take a listen to David Bowie’s previously-unreleased track ‘I Can’t Read ’97’ - EpicNews

David Bowie‘s vaults have been opened as soon as extra, as Parlophone Data proceed to launch tracks from a brand new EP, ‘Is It Any Marvel?’.

The EP’s six songs are being revealed one week at a time earlier than a physical Record Store Day release, with ‘I Can’t Learn ’97’ the second to be shared following an alternate version of ‘The Man Who Sold The World’.

You may see a brand new video for the music under, which was directed by Tim Pope and shot throughout rehearsals in Hartford, Connecticut in January 1997.


The unique model of ‘I Can’t Learn’ appeared on the self-titled debut album of Bowie’s short-lived supergroup Tin Machine in 1989.

Bowie re-recorded the monitor in the course of the mixing stage of his 1997 LP ‘Earthling’, nevertheless it was lower from the album on the final minute to get replaced by ‘The Final Factor You Ought to Do’.

A darker rendition of the music was recorded for Ang Lee’s movie The Ice Storm that very same 12 months, with an edited model that includes on the movie’s soundtrack and the full-length launched as a standalone single in 1998.

In the meantime, the last fortnight has seen a number of celebrations in honour of the late star, marking each the fourth anniversary of his loss of life and what would have been his 73rd birthday.


A road in Paris was named after the singer, church bells in Amsterdam played a unique version of his song ‘Life On Mars’, and unseen footage of him was screened forward of a special immersive live experience on the Nationwide House Centre’s planetarium.