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Inédits de Queen et Bowie pour bientôt ?

 
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MessagePosté le: 15 Juil 2017 17:47    Sujet du message: Inédits de Queen et Bowie pour bientôt ? Répondre en citant

Deux sources viennent d'indiquer que les titres "Under Pressure" et "Cool Cat" ne sont pas les seuls enregistrés par David Bowie avec Queen pendant les sessions de l'album "Hot Space" en 1981. C'est d'abord Brian May, le guitariste de Queen, qui a indiqué en juin 2017 qu'il restait des enregistrements à "come to light". Ces propos sont confirmés par le livre "David Bowie: I Was There" de Neil Cossar qui va sortir le 21 juillet 2017 et dont certains extraits ont été révélés récemment. Ces révélations proviennent de Peter Hince qui faisait partie de l'équipe de la tournée de Queen. Il parle de plusieurs enregistrements originaux complets mais aussi de reprises comme "All The Young Dudes" et "All the Way from Memphis" de Moot The Hoople. Il est persuadé que ces enregistrements existent toujours. Il est possible que le livre apporte plus de précisions. A suivre...
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MessagePosté le: 15 Juil 2017 17:51    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Voici la couverture du livre de Cossar qui sort la semaine prochaine :

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MessagePosté le: 15 Juil 2017 17:56    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Pour plus d'informations, voici l'article parlant de ces inédits.

theguardian a écrit:
David Bowie recorded songs with Queen 'that never got released'
Dalya Alberge
Thursday 13 July 2017 07.00 BST

David Bowie and Queen recorded a whole batch of songs that have never been released, according to a former roadie.

The tantalising prospect of a hidden cache of recordings by such huge rock stars has been revealed by Peter Hince, who was head of Queen’s road crew when the band and Bowie collaborated on their hit song, Under Pressure, in 1981.

He has disclosed that there was “other material Queen recorded with Bowie that never got released”. He was in the studio with them when they performed and recorded it.

The revelation will be published in a forthcoming book on Bowie by Neil Cossar, a music historian. In one passage, Hince recalls: “They … performed some original songs they did together and also covers. They were just jamming in the studio and it all got recorded – All the Young Dudes, All the Way from Memphis and various rock classics.”

Speaking to the Guardian on Wednesday, Hince said there was no question that the recordings exist.

Bowie died of cancer last year aged 69 and Queen’s lead singer, Freddie Mercury, died in 1991 aged 45, barely 24 hours after he confirmed he had Aids.

Hince said of the unreleased recordings: “There’s stuff with Freddie and David singing together – proper full-length rock’n’roll tracks … Raw, but good.

Bowie’s estate and Queen’s management declined to comment, but Hince’s recollections are given credence by a throwaway remark made by Queen’s guitarist, Brian May, last month. In an interview with Mojo to promote his new book, Queen in 3-D, May recalled how “Freddie and David locked horns” while recording Under Pressure, but that such things happen in a studio. “Sparks fly and that’s why it turned out so great.” He added: “Not all of what we did in those sessions has ever come to light, so there’s a thought.”

The recording sessions took place at Queen’s Mountain Studios in Montreux, Switzerland, near Bowie’s home in Vevey.

Hince said Queen’s drummer, Roger Taylor, as one of Bowie’s greatest fans had invited the singer over and that when he arrived, there was clearly “mutual admiration”. They began making music together, he recalled.

“They just started knocking things around. They did cover versions [and] a few of their own things … They came back the next day and then recorded what eventually became Under Pressure,” he said. “But there were other things recorded during that period, which were never finished or mixed. David did vocals on some of the other tracks which ended up not being used. So somewhere there is an archive.”

The material goes beyond their Cool Cat recording, which originally featured Bowie’s vocals, he added: “I was in the studio with them. It was all quite spontaneous. It was one of those rock’n’roll moments. They were just fooling around and played each other songs. Certainly, there were other tracks recorded with Queen and Bowie, and Freddie singing, which were never released. Pretty raw, but original material definitely. They were just incredibly spontaneous, good musicians.

“I can categorically say I know that there were complete tracks, not mixed tracks, but fully formed songs that were done. Does it belong to the David Bowie estate or to Queen? That’s probably part of the reason these things have never come to light.”

Hince knew Bowie well, having worked as one of his roadies “in the Ziggy and Diamond Dogs days”: “David and Freddie were totally different people. David was quite quiet. He would never scream and shout if things went wrong. He never played the prima donna. Privately, Freddie was quite quiet. But if things weren’t going his way, he’d let you know in no uncertain terms.”

In 1986, after more than a decade as head of their road crew, Hince left Queen to pursue his other passion, photography.

Asked whether he was aware of unreleased recordings until now, Cossar said: “I’m a music historian and I’d never heard that story before.”

Cossar’s book, David Bowie: I Was There, featuring recollections of the star’s fans, musicians and others who worked with him, will be published on 21 July by Red Planet Publishing.
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MessagePosté le: 10 Aoû 2017 17:41    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Intéressant. Mais si ce sont juste des prises live ça risque d'être compliqué à sortir officiellement.
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