Hear Rare 1967 David Bowie Rejected Demos Set To Hit Auction Block

Got an extra $7,000-$10,000? Omega Auctions is once again offering up some rare David Bowie audio on demo tape, this time during an auction on May 21. The 14" Ampex reel tape contains four tracks recorded by Bowie at Decca Studio 2 in West Hampstead, London in 1967. According to the auction website, all four were demos intended for use on his first album. The tracks are "Funny Smile", "Did You Ever Have a Dream", "Bunny Thing" (a beat poet about a drug-selling rabbit), and "Pussy Cat". You can learn more and bid here.

You can hear clips of all four song below



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