Newsweek reports that three days after the recent death of David Bowie, the British singer's longtime producer, Tony Visconti, said in an interview with Rolling Stone that Bowie had been planning a new album shortly before he died and had written and recorded demos of at least five songs.
The first of these releases is scheduled for sometime in 2017. Newsweek adds these records have "been divided into eras and will not necessarily be released in chronological order. It is not yet known whether they will contain previously unheard work, though past re-releases of Bowie's work have."
As previously reported by Vlsconti, Bowie had been working on an album composed of entirely new material in the weeks leading up to his death, and even demoed five tracks. It is still unclear whether those tracks will be released.
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