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  • Ben Kenon
    March 27, 2020
    As a lifelong fan of David Bowie I was excited to see new material coming out earlier this year, and I was no less excited to learn the “new” tracks were remakes of older songs. Bowie had a history of wanting to revisit older material that he felt had been overlooked or could have been better. He returned to Space Oddity in 1979 and Panic In Detroit shortly thereafter. He often expressed disappointment with the Never Let Me Down album, and stated more than a few times his desire to remake that album (a wish fulfilled in 2018 with the new version of the album released as part of the Loving The Alien set). In 1999 he decided to re-record a bunch of his 1960’s tracks (along with a couple of new songs) for the as-yet, officially unreleased Toy. (The new songs from that album appeared on Heathen in 2002, while a few of the remakes were officially released elsewhere. When he recorded Earthling Bowie decided to update some older songs. I don’t know how many of the recordings on the Is It Any Wonder E.P. were intended to be released; aside from Baby Universal, they were apparently rehearsal recordings intended to create versions of certain songs that would fit with the newer stuff he was writing with Reeves Gabrels. As such, this is a fascinating collection of songs for die-hard fans, but hardly a must-listen for the general public. The assumption here is that you know the original versions and are interested in hearing how David Bowie reinterpreted them in 1997. “Stay” and “The Man Who Sold The World (Eno Live Mix)” are the standouts here; “Stay“ sounds just as at home here as it does on Station To Station, whereas “TMWSTW” sounds rejuvenated. The Tin Machine tracks “I Can’t Read” and “Baby Universal” are vastly improved over their original versions. “Is It Any Wonder” (featured on the physical release) started as an update to “Fame” before taking a left turn, while “Nuts” sounds like intro music to be played while the band sets up onstage. The acoustic ChangesNow version of TMWSTW is nice to hear, but it does not compare to the live Eno remix mentioned earlier.
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