Date: 5 months ago   Category: Music

The first sound recording of David Bowie is sold by an auction


The first of the known sound recordings of David Bowie under the name I Never Dreamed has been sold at an auction for 51 thousand dollars.
the sound recording Found after the death of the British musician David Bowie was sold at auction at an auction in Great Britain for 51 thousand dollars, The Guardian reports.
Is about sound recording of I Never Dreamed which was executed by the 16-year-old singer. According to expert assessment, the initial cost of lot was four times less than total.
according to the representative of the auction house of Omega Auctions, around Bowie's record reigned "an unknown agiotage". Record was found in July of this year by the drummer and the manager of the first group Bowie of The Konrads David Hedfild on the attic of the house. Sound recording has been made in 1963. we Will remind
, David Bowie has died from cancer at the age of 69 years in 2016. In January of the current year the car Bowie has been sold at an auction in Switzerland for 216 thousand dollars. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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