Robert Fripp will mark the 40th anniversary of David Bowie’s “Heroes” with new King Crimson five-track CD “Heroes: Live In Europe 2016.” Recorded last year in Berlin in remembrance of Bowie, then recently departed, the EP’s title-track features Fripp revisiting his famous guitar part from the original studio recording of “Heroes,” also recorded in Berlin.
Numerous new releases either from or otherwise related to David Bowie will be released Record Store Day, most notably “Cracked Actor,” a new triple live album of previously unreleased 1974 live recordings. Also out Record Store Day: a rare Bowie promo LP, a limited edition blue 12-inch pressing of his “No Plan” EP, a picture disc with Placebo and tributes from Ian Hunter and others.
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