David Bowie fans are in for a treat on Record Store Day as a live album is to be released to coincide with this year's event on April 18.
It's David on the double as the announcement follows the news that the six-track album ChangesNowBowie will be re-released to mark Record Store Day.
The live record's called I'm Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) and will feature previously unheard recordings from concerts in Detroit and Nashville in 1974.
Bowie, who died in 2016, used these stripped-back shows - which came at the end of his Diamond Dogs tour - to debut tracks from his then-upcoming album Young Americans.
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The recordings, which will be released on the Parlophone label, shine a light on the period following Bowie's decision to kill off his Ziggy Stardust persona in July 1973.
The body of I'm Only Dancing is drawn from his performance at the Michigan Palace in Detroit in October 1974, while the encore was recorded a month later at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.
The Soul Tour featured a revamped backing group, dubbed The Mike Garson Band.