Parlophone Records has announced that three separate David Bowie live albums from the 1990s will arrive on streaming services in the coming months. The first is, which was originally a fan-only release in 1999. documents Bowie’s 1997 Earthling tour and will be available to stream from May 15. It was previously only available for subscribers to Bowie’s proto-social network, BowieNet. The first taste of the record is a performance of ‘Little Wonder’ captured at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on October 15, 1997.

The live set also includes recordings from Amsterdam, Rio de Janeiro and the Phoenix Festival in Warwickshire, UK. The track listing is made up of songs from 1997’s Earthling and 1995’s 1. OutsideThe latter LP marked Bowie’s reunion with Brian Eno, who’d helped cultivate Bowie’s Berlin trilogy in the late 1970s.

The re-release also comes with two bonus tracks – ‘Pallas Athena’ from 1983’s Black Tie White Noise and ‘V-2 Schneider’ from 1978’s “Heroes”. “The two bonus tracks were released as a 12” single under the punning Tao Jones Index,” said the official announcement. Tao Jones Index was the name Bowie and his band used for “an unannounced dance set in the Radio One Dance Stage at the Phoenix Festival.”

Two more ’90s era Bowie live records are to follow, but no further details are currently available. The Bowie estate has overseen a steady stream of reissues and live albums since Bowie’s death in 2016. ChangesNowBowie came out last month and features stripped back recordings of ‘The Man Who Sold the World’, ‘Lady Stardust’, ‘Quicksand’ and more. The acoustic live album was recorded for radio and broadcast by the BBC on Bowie’s 50th birthday in January 1997.

The upcoming Bowie biopic, Stardust, recently got its first official trailer. It stars British musician Johnny Flynn.

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