Last year, some of the first known recordings by David Bowie were discovered.
And now - three rareDavid Bowie demos from the late 1960s will be auctioned on May 21 in England.
The tracks - "Funny Smile," "Bunny Thing" and "Pussy Cat," as well as "Did You Ever Have a Dream," which appeared on the 1981 compilation Another Face - will be auctioned under the title "David Bowie 1967 Rejected Demos" according to auction house Omega Auctions.
The lot description reads:
"A boxed reel of 1/4" Ampex recording tape, containing four tracks recorded by David Bowie at Decca Studio 2 in West Hampstead, London circa 1967. All four were demos intended for use on his first album. The tracks are as follows: Funny Smile (02.17), Did You Ever Have a Dream (2.05), Bunny Thing (2.43), Pussy Cat (2.20). A digital copy of the recording will be included with the tape."
Don't have a few grand laying around to purchase the tapes (or a reel to reel player to listen to them on) - take a listen to a sampling below:
DAVID BOWIE 1967 DEMOS