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List of songs recorded by David Bowie

David Bowie performing in 2002
David Bowie performing on the Heathen Tour in 2002.

David Bowie (1947–2016) was an English singer-songwriter who recorded over 400 different songs during his over 50-year career.[a] Bowie worked with numerous artists throughout his career, including producers Tony Visconti, Brian Eno and singer Iggy Pop, and was the primary songwriter for most of his songs; he recorded cover versions of songs by artists including the Who, the Pretty Things and the Yardbirds. Beginning his career under the name Davy Jones, Bowie released singles with multiple backing bands, including the King Bees and the Lower Third, all of which went generally unnoticed.[1] Following his psychedelic pop-influenced self-titled debut album in 1967,[1] he released his first successful single "Space Oddity",[2] which introduced the fictional astronaut Major Tom.[b] He then released his folk rock-inspired second self-titled album in 1969,[7] the hard rock The Man Who Sold the World (1970) and the art pop Hunky Dory (1971),[1] which represented an artistic breakthrough for Bowie,[8] containing songs such as "Changes" and "Life on Mars?".[9][10]

Between 1972 and 1974, Bowie was a pioneer of the glam rock genre, as showcased on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), which launched Bowie to stardom,[11][12] Aladdin Sane and the covers album Pin Ups (both 1973),[1] and Diamond Dogs (1974).[13] His songs from this era include "Suffragette City",[14] "The Jean Genie",[15] "Rebel Rebel" and "All the Young Dudes" (made famous by Mott the Hoople[16]), the last two of which are regarded as glam anthems.[17][18] Young Americans (1975) showcased Bowie's interest in soul and R&B music, as well as funk ("Fame").[19][20] Station to Station (1976) was the vehicle for his persona the Thin White Duke, and is commonly known as the musical transition between Young Americans and his experimental Berlin Trilogy,[21] consisting of Low (1977), "Heroes" (1977) and Lodger (1979).[22][23] Working with Eno and Visconti,[23] Low featured songs influenced by electronic and ambient music,[24] "Heroes" expanding upon Low with a more art pop sound (prominently on its well-known title track),[25] and Lodger marking the partial return to his previous drum and guitar-based rock sound, with elements of new wave and world music present.[22][26] Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) (1980) was a culmination of his 1970s works and featured the singles "Ashes to Ashes" and "Fashion".[27][28] Bowie then recorded "Under Pressure" with Queen and the title track for the 1982 film Cat People.[1][29]

Bowie reached his commercial peak with Let's Dance (1983),[30] which featured post-disco and dance songs, as evident on its title track.[31] After a period of less musically successful projects throughout the 1980s,[c][35] Bowie briefly halted his solo career to record with the band Tin Machine, who explored alternative and grunge styles before the genres were particularly well-known; the band dissolved in 1992 and Bowie resumed his solo career.[36] Black Tie White Noise (1993) marked a creative resurgence for Bowie, featuring songs influenced by soul and jazz music, and made prominent use of electronic instruments.[37][38] Following the soundtrack The Buddha of Suburbia,[1] Bowie experimented with industrial rock on Outside (1995),[39][40] and drum and bass and jungle music on Earthling (1997),[41] ending the 1990s with the rock album Hours (1999).[42] Bowie reunited with Visconti for the rest of his career, releasing the rock albums Heathen (2002) and Reality (2003) before taking a break from music.[1] His final releases were the rock album The Next Day in 2013,[43][44] the song "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" in 2014,[d][46] and his final album Blackstar in 2016, before his death of liver cancer two days after its release.[47] The art rock and jazz album was Bowie's intended swan song, featuring several lyrics that revolved around his impending death.[47][48][49] Three new songs from the Blackstar sessions ("No Plan", "Killing a Little Time" and "When I Met You") were released on the EP No Plan in 2017.[50]

Songs

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Key
Indicates songs not written or co-written by David Bowie Indicates songs not written or co-written by David Bowie
Tony Visconti in 2007
Tony Visconti (pictured in 2007) worked with Bowie for over 40 years, producing 11 of his 27 studio albums.
Mick Ronson in 1981
Mick Ronson (pictured in 1981) was Bowie's guitarist between 1970 and 1973. His work with Bowie was highly acclaimed, with Guitar.com considering him Bowie's greatest guitarist.[51] The pair also co-produced Lou Reed's 1972 album Transformer.[52]
Ken Scott in 2014
Ken Scott (pictured in 2014) produced Bowie's records between 1971 and 1973.[53]
Mike Garson playing piano in 2008
Pianist Mike Garson (pictured in 2008) was Bowie's longest tenured and most frequent band member,[54] performing with him from the 1972–1973 Ziggy Stardust Tour until his final 2003–2004 A Reality Tour.[55][56]
Earl Slick in 2011
Guitarist Earl Slick (pictured in 2011) worked with Bowie frequently throughout his career, starting with the 1974 Diamond Dogs Tour, up until his 2013 album The Next Day.[57]
Bruce Springsteen performing in 2012
Throughout the 1970s, Bowie covered three songs by singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen (pictured in 2012): "Growin' Up", "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City" and "Spirit in the Night" (the last of which for the 1973 Astronettes project). All three would later appear on compilations albums.[58]
John Lennon in 1975
Bowie's 1975 song "Fame" features contributions from former Beatle John Lennon.[59] On top of covering Lennon's songs over his career,[60] Bowie performed a one-off live cover of "Imagine" on the final date of the 1983 Serious Moonlight Tour to mark the third anniversary of Lennon's death. The performance was uploaded to YouTube in 2016.[61]
Brian Eno in 2011
Bowie collaborated with producer Brian Eno (pictured in 2011) numerous times throughout his career, including on his Berlin Trilogy (1977–1979)[62] and Outside (1995).[63]
Robert Fripp in 1973
King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp (pictured in 1973) played lead guitar on "Heroes" (1977) and Scary Monsters (1980).[64]
Bing Crosby in 1951
While promoting his 1977 album "Heroes", Bowie sang a duet, the Christmas song "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy", with Bing Crosby (pictured in 1951) for Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas. RCA Records eventually released the duet as a single in 1982.[65][66]
Iggy Pop in 1987
Bowie was good friends with singer Iggy Pop (pictured in 1987) throughout his career. Bowie co-produced and co-wrote Pop's first two solo albums The Idiot and Lust for Life (1977), while Pop later collaborated with Bowie for 1984's Tonight.[67]
Pete Townshend performing in 2008
The Who guitarist Pete Townshend (pictured in 2008) contributed a guest appearance on the Scary Monsters track "Because You're Young" (1980)[68] and the Heathen track "Slow Burn" (2002).[69] Bowie had previously covered songs by the Who for his 1973 covers album Pin Ups.[70]
Giorgio Moroder performing in 2015
Bowie collaborated with producer Giorgio Moroder (pictured in 2015) for "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)", the title song for the 1982 film Cat People.[71]
Nile Rodgers performing in 2018
Bowie worked with Chic member Nile Rodgers (pictured in 2018) for 1983's Let's Dance and 1993's Black Tie White Noise.[72]
Stevie Ray Vaughan performing in 1983
Blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan (pictured in 1983) plays lead guitar on Let's Dance (1983).[73] At the time a then-unknown guitarist, his appearance on Let's Dance was a stepping stone for his own career, which took off shortly after the album's release.[74]
Tina Turner performing in 1985
Singer Tina Turner (pictured in 1985) performed guest vocals on the title track of Bowie's 1984 album Tonight.[75] After writing the song "Girls" for her, Bowie recorded his own version during the Never Let Me Down sessions.[76]
Mick Jagger in 2014
Bowie collaborated with the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger (pictured in 2014) in 1985 for a cover of "Dancing in the Street", originally by Martha and the Vandellas.[77]
Jim Henson in 1986
As well as starring in the 1986 film Labyrinth, directed by Jim Henson (pictured in 1986),[78] Bowie composed several songs for the film, all of which appeared on the accompanying soundtrack album.[79]
Morrissey in 2005
After performing a live one-off version of the T. Rex song "Cosmic Dancer" in 1991 with singer Morrissey (pictured in 2005),[80] Bowie covered his song "I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday" for 1993's Black Tie White Noise.[81]
Trent Reznor in 2008
After touring with the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails in 1995, frontman Trent Reznor (pictured in 2008) created several remixes of "I'm Afraid of Americans" in 1997.[82] Reznor subsequently appeared in the song's music video.[83]
Neil Young performing in 1996
Bowie covered "I've Been Waiting for You" by Neil Young (pictured in 1996) for his 2002 album Heathen.[84]
Maria Schneider in 2008
Bowie collaborated with bandleader Maria Schneider (pictured in 2008) for the 2014 song "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)".[85][86]
Name of song, writer(s), original release and year of release
Song Writer(s) Original release Year Ref.
"1917" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
B-side of "Thursday's Child" (UK CD2) 1999 [87]
"1984" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"5:15 The Angels Have Gone" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"'87 and Cry" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Abdulmajid" David Bowie "Heroes"
(1991 reissue)
1991 [91]
"Absolute Beginners" David Bowie Absolute Beginners (soundtrack) 1986 [92]
"Across the Universe"
(The Beatles cover)
John Lennon
Paul McCartney double-dagger
Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Afraid" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"African Night Flight" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Lodger 1979 [94]
"After All" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"After Today"[e] David Bowie Sound + Vision (box set) 1989 [97]
"Alabama Song" Bertolt Brecht
Kurt Weill double-dagger
Non-album single 1980 [98]
"Aladdin Sane (1913–1938–197?)" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Algeria Touchshriek" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"All Saints" David Bowie Low
(1991 reissue)
1991 [101]
"All the Madmen" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"All the Young Dudes"[f] (live) David Bowie David Live 1974 [106]
"Always Crashing in the Same Car" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"Amsterdam"
(Jacques Brel cover)
Jacques Brel
Mort Shuman double-dagger
B-side of "Sorrow" 1973 [108]
"And I Say to Myself"
(David Bowie with the Lower Third)
David Bowie B-side of "Can't Help Thinking About Me" 1966 [109]
"Andy Warhol" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"
(The Who cover)
Roger Daltrey
Pete Townshend double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Art Decade" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"As The World Falls Down" David Bowie Labyrinth 1986 [112]
"Ashes to Ashes" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Atomica" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"Baal's Hymn" Bertolt Brecht
Dominic Muldowney double-dagger
Baal (EP) 1982 [115]
"Baby Grace (A Horrid Cassette)" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"Baby Loves That Way"
(Davy Jones and the Lower Third)
David Bowie B-side of "You've Got a Habit of Leaving" 1965 [116]
"Ballad of the Adventurers" Bertolt Brecht
Dominic Muldowney double-dagger
Baal (EP) 1982 [115]
"Bang Bang"
(Iggy Pop cover)
Iggy Pop
Ivan Kral double-dagger
Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Bars of the County Jail" David Bowie Early On (1964–1966) 1991 [117]
"Battle for Britain (The Letter)" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Mark Plati
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Be My Wife" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"Beat of Your Drum" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Beauty and the Beast" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Because You're Young" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"A Better Future" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"The Bewlay Brothers" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Big Brother" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Black Country Rock" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Black Tie White Noise"
(with Al B. Sure!)
David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Blackout" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Blackstar" David Bowie Blackstar 2015 [121]
"Bleed Like a Craze, Dad" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Blue Jean" David Bowie Tonight 1984 [123]
"Bombers" David Bowie Hunky Dory
(1990 reissue)
1990 [124]
"Born in a UFO" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"Boss of Me" David Bowie
Gerry Leonard
The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Boys Keep Swinging" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Breaking Glass" David Bowie
Dennis Davis
George Murray
Low 1977 [107]
"Brilliant Adventure" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Bring Me the Disco King" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Buddha of Suburbia"
(with Lenny Kravitz)
David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Cactus"
(Pixies cover)
Black Francis double-dagger Heathen 2002 [89]
"Can You Hear Me?" David Bowie Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Can't Help Thinking About Me"
(David Bowie with the Lower Third)
David Bowie Non-album single 1966 [109]
"Candidate" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)"[g] David Bowie
Giorgio Moroder
Cat People (soundtrack) 1982 [129]
"Changes" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Chilly Down" David Bowie Labyrinth 1986 [112]
"China Girl"
(Iggy Pop cover)
David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Ching-a-Ling" David Bowie Love You till Tuesday 1984 [130]
"Come and Buy My Toys" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Conversation Piece" David Bowie B-side of "The Prettiest Star" 1970 [132]
"Cosmic Dancer"[h] (live) (with Morrissey) Marc Bolan double-dagger Non-album single 2020 [80]
"Cracked Actor" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Criminal World"
(Metro cover)
Peter Godwin
Duncan Browne
Sean Lyons double-dagger
Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Crystal Japan" David Bowie Non-album single 1980 [134]
"Cygnet Committee" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Dancing in the Street" (with Mick Jagger)
(Martha and the Vandellas cover)
Marvin Gaye
William "Mickey" Stevenson
Ivy Jo Hunter double-dagger
Non-album single 1985 [136]
"Dancing Out in Space" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Dancing with the Big Boys"(with Iggy Pop) David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Carlos Alomar
Tonight 1984 [123]
"Day-In Day-Out" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Days" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Dead Against It" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Dead Man Walking" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Diamond Dogs" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Did You Ever Have a Dream" David Bowie B-side of "Love You till Tuesday" 1967 [137]
"Dirty Boys" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"The Dirty Song" Bertolt Brecht
Dominic Muldowney double-dagger
Baal (EP) 1982 [115]
"DJ" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Carlos Alomar
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Do Anything You Say" David Bowie Non-album single 1966 [138]
"Dodo"[i] David Bowie Sound + Vision (box set) 1989 [97]
"Dollar Days" David Bowie Blackstar 2016 [121]
"Don't Bring Me Down"
(Pretty Things cover)
Johnnie Dee double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Don't Let Me Down & Down" Tahra Mint Hembara
Martine Valmont double-dagger
Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Don't Look Down"
(Iggy Pop cover)
Iggy Pop
James Williamson double-dagger
Tonight 1984 [123]
"Don't Sit Down" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"The Dreamers" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Drive-In Saturday" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"The Drowned Girl" Bertolt Brecht
Kurt Weill double-dagger
Baal (EP) 1982 [115]
"Eight Line Poem" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Everyone Says 'Hi'" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"Everything's Alright"
(The Mojos cover)
Nicky Crouch
John Konrad
Simon Stavely
Stuart James
Keith Karlson double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Fall Dog Bombs the Moon" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Fame"[j] David Bowie
Carlos Alomar
John Lennon
Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Fantastic Voyage" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Fascination" David Bowie
Luther Vandross
Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Fashion" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Fill Your Heart" Biff Rose
Paul Williams double-dagger
Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Five Years" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"Fly" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"A Foggy Day (in London Town)"
(David Bowie & Angelo Badalamenti)
George Gershwin
Ira Gershwin double-dagger
Red Hot + Rhapsody: The Gershwin Groove 1998 [141]
"Footstompin'" / "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" Aaron Collins
Ande Rand
Armand Piron
Clarence Williams double-dagger
RarestOneBowie 1974 [142]
"Friday on My Mind"
(The Easybeats cover)
George Young
Harry Vanda double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Future Legend" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Get Real" David Bowie Outside
(Japanese bonus track)
1995 [143]
"Girl Loves Me" David Bowie Blackstar 2016 [121]
"Girls"[k]
(Tina Turner cover)
David Bowie
Erdal Kızılçay
B-side of "Time Will Crawl" 1987 [144]
"Glad I've Got Nobody"
(Davy Jones and The Lower Third)
David Bowie Early On (1964–1966) 1991 [117]
"Glass Spider" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"God Bless the Girl" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"God Knows I'm Good" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"God Only Knows"
(The Beach Boys cover)
Brian Wilson
Tony Asher double-dagger
Tonight 1984 [123]
"Golden Years" David Bowie Station to Station 1975 [145]
"Good Morning Girl" David Bowie B-side of "Do Anything You Say" 1966 [138]
"The Gospel According to Tony Day" David Bowie B-side of "The Laughing Gnome" 1967 [146]
"Growin' Up"
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
Bruce Springsteen double-dagger Pin Ups
(1990 reissue)
1990 [147]
"Gunman"
(Adrian Belew and David Bowie)
David Bowie
Adrian Belew
Young Lions 1990 [148]
"Hallo Spaceboy"[l] David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"Hang On to Yourself"[m] David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1971 [140]
"The Hearts Filthy Lesson" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"Heat" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Heathen (The Rays)" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"Here Comes the Night"
(Them cover)
Bert Berns double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Here Today, Gone Tomorrow"
(Ohio Players cover)
Leroy Bonner
Joe Harris
Marshall Jones
Ralph Middlebrooks
Dutch Robinson
Clarence Satchell
Gary Webster double-dagger
David Live
(1990 reissue)
1990 [150]
"'Heroes'"[n] David Bowie
Brian Eno
"Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Hole in the Ground" David Bowie Toy[o] (unreleased album) 2011 [153]
"Holy Holy"[p] David Bowie Non-album single 1971 [156]
"How Does the Grass Grow?" David Bowie
Jerry Lordan
The Next Day 2013 [125]
"I Can't Explain"
(The Who cover)
Pete Townshend double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"I Can't Give Everything Away" David Bowie Blackstar 2016 [121]
"I Can't Read"[q] David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
The Ice Storm (soundtrack) 1997 [159]
"I Dig Everything" David Bowie Non-album single 1966 [160]
"I Feel Free" (with Mick Ronson)
(Cream cover)
Jack Bruce
Pete Brown double-dagger
Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"I Have Not Been to Oxford Town" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"I Keep Forgettin'"
(Chuck Jackson cover)
Jerry Leiber
Mike Stoller

Gil Garfield double-dagger
Tonight 1984 [123]
"I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday"
(Morrissey cover)
Morrissey
Mark E. Nevin double-dagger
Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"I Pity the Fool" (with the Manish Boys)
(Bobby Bland cover)
Deadric Malone double-dagger Non-album single 1965 [161]
"I Pray, Olé" David Bowie Lodger
(1991 reissue)
1991 [162]
"I Took a Trip on a Gemini Spaceship" Norman Carl Odam double-dagger Heathen 2002 [89]
"I Want My Baby Back" David Bowie Early On (1964–1966) 1991 [117]
"I Wish You Would"
(Billy Boy Arnold cover)
Billy Boy Arnold double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"I Would Be Your Slave" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"I'd Rather Be High" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"I'll Follow You"
(Davy Jones and The Lower Third)
David Bowie Early On (1964–1966) 1991 [117]
"I'll Take You There" David Bowie
Gerry Leonard
The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"I'm Afraid of Americans"[r] David Bowie
Brian Eno
Showgirls (soundtrack) 1995 [83]
"I'm Deranged" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"I'm Not Losing Sleep" David Bowie B-side of "I Dig Everything" 1966 [160]
"I've Been Waiting for You"
(Neil Young cover)
Neil Young double-dagger Heathen 2002 [89]
"Ian Fish, U.K. Heir" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"If I'm Dreaming My Life" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"If You Can See Me" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"In the Heat of the Morning" David Bowie The World of David Bowie 1970 [163]
"The Informer" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"It Ain't Easy" Ron Davies double-dagger The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"It's Gonna Be Me" David Bowie Young Americans
(1991 reissue)
1991 [164]
"It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City"
(Bruce Springsteen cover)
Bruce Springsteen double-dagger Sound + Vision (box set) 1989 [97]
"It's No Game (No. 1)"[s] David Bowie
Hisahi Miura
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"It's No Game (No. 2)"[s] David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Janine" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"The Jean Genie" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Joe the Lion" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"John, I'm Only Dancing"[t] David Bowie Non-album single 1972 [167]
"John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)"[u] David Bowie Non-album single 1979 [168]
"Join the Gang" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Julie" David Bowie B-side of "Day-In Day-Out" 1987 [169]
"Jump They Say" David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Just for One Day (Heroes)"
(David Guetta vs. David Bowie)
David Bowie
Brian Eno
Just a Little More Love 2003 [170]
"Karma Man" David Bowie The World of David Bowie 1970 [163]
"Killing a Little Time" David Bowie No Plan (EP) 2017 [171]
"The King of Stamford Hill"
(Reeves Gabrels)
Reeves Gabrels
David Bowie
The Sacred Squall of Now 1995 [172]
"Kingdom Come" Tom Verlaine double-dagger Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Knock on Wood" (live)
(Eddie Floyd cover)
Eddie Floyd
Steve Cropper double-dagger
David Live 1974 [106]
"Kooks" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Lady Grinning Soul" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Lady Stardust" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"The Last Thing You Should Do" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Mark Plati
Earthling 1997 [118]
"The Laughing Gnome" David Bowie Non-album single 1967 [146]
"Law (Earthlings on Fire)" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Mark Plati
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Lazarus" David Bowie Blackstar 2015 [121]
"Leon Takes Us Outside" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"Let Me Sleep Beside You"[v] David Bowie The World of David Bowie 1970 [163]
"Let's Dance" David Bowie Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Let's Spend the Night Together"
(The Rolling Stones cover)
Mick Jagger
Keith Richards double-dagger
Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Letter to Hermione" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Life Is a Circus" (demo) Roger Bunn double-dagger Clareville Grove Demos 2019 [174]
"Life on Mars?" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Lightning Frightening" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World
(1990 reissue)
1990 [175]
"Like a Rocket Man" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"Little Bombardier" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Little Wonder" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Mark Plati
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Liza Jane"
(Davie Jones with the King Bees)
Leslie Conn double-dagger Non-album single 1964 [176]
[177]
"The London Boys" David Bowie B-side of "Rubber Band" 1966 [178]
"London Bye Ta-Ta" David Bowie Sound + Vision (box set) 1989 [97]
"The Loneliest Guy" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Look Back in Anger" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Looking for Lester" David Bowie
Nile Rodgers
Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Looking for Satellites" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Mark Plati
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Looking for Water" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Louie, Louie Go Home"
(Davie Jones with the King Bees)
Paul Revere
Mark Lindsay double-dagger
B-side of "Liza Jane" 1964 [179]
"Love Is Lost"[w] David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Love Missile F1 Eleven"
(Sigue Sigue Sputnik cover)
Martin Degville
Tony James
Neal Whitmore double-dagger
B-side of "New Killer Star" 2003 [181]
"Love You till Tuesday" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Lover to the Dawn" (demo) David Bowie Clareville Grove Demos 2019 [174]
"Loving the Alien" David Bowie Tonight 1984 [123]
"Lucy Can't Dance" David Bowie Black Tie White Noise (CD bonus track) 1993 [120]
"Magic Dance" David Bowie Labyrinth 1986 [112]
"Maid of Bond Street" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"The Man Who Sold the World"[x] David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Memory of a Free Festival"[y] David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Miracle Goodnight" David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Modern Love" David Bowie Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Moonage Daydream"[m] David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1971 [140]
"Moss Garden" David Bowie
Brian Eno
"Heroes" 1977 [119]
"The Motel" David Bowie Outside 1995 [100]
"Mother"[z]
(John Lennon cover)
John Lennon double-dagger Non-album single 2021 [186]
"Move On" David Bowie Lodger 1979 [94]
"My Death" (live)
(Scott Walker cover)
Jacques Brel
Mort Shuman double-dagger
Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture 1983 [187]
"The Mysteries" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Nathan Adler (I)" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"Nathan Adler (II)" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"Nature Boy"
(Nat King Cole cover)
Eden Ahbez double-dagger Moulin Rouge! Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film 2001 [188]
"Neighborhood Threat"
(Iggy Pop cover)
David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Ricky Gardiner
Tonight 1984 [123]
"Neuköln" David Bowie
Brian Eno
"Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Never Get Old" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Never Let Me Down" David Bowie
Carlos Alomar
Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"New Angels of Promise" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"A New Career in a New Town" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"New Killer Star" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"New York's in Love" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"The Next Day" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Nite Flights"
(The Walker Brothers cover)
Noel Scott Engel double-dagger Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"No Control" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"No One Calls" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
B-side of "Thursday's Child" (UK CD1) 1999 [189]
"No Plan" David Bowie No Plan (EP) 2017 [171]
"Nothing to Be Desired" David Bowie B-side of "The Hearts Filthy Lesson" (US single) 1995 [190]
"Nuts" David Bowie Is It Any Wonder? (digital) 2020 [191]
"An Occasional Dream" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Oh! You Pretty Things" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Outside" Kevin Armstrong
David Bowie
Outside 1995 [100]
"Pablo Picasso"
(The Modern Lovers cover)
Jonathan Richman double-dagger Reality 2003 [127]
"Pallas Athena"[aa] David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Panic in Detroit"[ab] David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy"
(David Bowie & Bing Crosby)
Ian Fraser
Larry Grossman
Alan Kohan
Harry Simeone
K.K. Davis
Henry Onorati double-dagger
Non-album single 1982 [194]
"Perfect Day"[ac] (Various Artists)
(Lou Reed cover)
Lou Reed double-dagger Non-album single 1997 [195]
"Piano-La" (demo) David Bowie
John Cale
Unreleased [ad] [196]
"Pictures of Lily"
(The Who cover)
Pete Townshend double-dagger Substitute: The Songs of The Who 2001 [197]
"Plan" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"Planet of Dreams"
(David Bowie & Gail Ann Dorsey)
David Bowie
Gail Ann Dorsey
Long Live Tibet 1997 [198]
"Please Mr. Gravedigger" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"The Prettiest Star"[ae] David Bowie Non-album single 1970 [132]
"Pretty Pink Rose"
(Adrian Belew and David Bowie)
David Bowie Young Lions 1990 [148]
"The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Queen Bitch" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Queen of All the Tarts (Overture)" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Quicksand" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola"[af] David Bowie
Mogol
Non-album single 1970 [201]
"Ramona A. Stone/I Am with Name" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"Real Cool World" David Bowie Songs from the Cool World (soundtrack) 1992 [202]
"Reality" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"Rebel Never Gets Old"[ag] David Bowie Non-album single 2004 [204]
"Rebel Rebel"[ah] David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Red Money" David Bowie
Carlos Alomar
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Red Sails" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Lodger 1979 [94]
"Remembering Marie A" Traditional
adapted by Bertolt Brecht
& Dominic Muldowney double-dagger
Baal (EP) 1982 [115]
"Repetition" David Bowie Lodger 1979 [94]
"The Revolutionary Song"
(Credited to "The Rebels")
David Bowie
Jack Fishman
Just a Gigolo (film) 1978 [206]
"Ricochet" David Bowie Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Right" David Bowie Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Rock 'n' Roll Suicide" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"Rock 'n' Roll with Me" David Bowie
Warren Peace
Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Rosalyn"
(Pretty Things cover)
Jimmy Duncan
Bill Farley double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Round and Round"
(Chuck Berry cover)
Chuck Berry double-dagger B-side of "Drive-In Saturday" 1973 [207]
"Rubber Band" David Bowie David Bowie 1966 [131]
"Running Gun Blues" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Safe" David Bowie Heathen
(SACD release)
2002 [208]
"Saviour Machine" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Scream Like a Baby" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"The Secret Life of Arabia" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Carlos Alomar
"Heroes" 1977 [119]
"See Emily Play"
(Pink Floyd cover)
Syd Barrett double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Sell Me a Coat" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Sense of Doubt" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Seven" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Seven Years in Tibet" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Earthling 1997 [118]
"Sex and the Church" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Shadow Man"[ai] David Bowie B-side of "Slow Burn" 2002 [210]
"Shake It" David Bowie Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Shapes of Things"
(The Yardbirds cover)
Paul Samwell-Smith
Jim McCarty
Keith Relf double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"(She Can) Do That"
(David Bowie and BT)
David Bowie Stealth (soundtrack) 2005 [211]
"She Shook Me Cold" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"She'll Drive the Big Car" David Bowie Reality 2003 [127]
"She's Got Medals" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Shining Star (Makin' My Love)" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Silly Boy Blue" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Sister Midnight" (live) David Bowie
Carlos Alomar
Iggy Pop
A Reality Tour 2010 [212]
"Slip Away" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"Slow Burn" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"A Small Plot of Land" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Mike Garson
Erdal Kızılçay
Sterling Campbell
Outside 1995 [100]
"So She" David Bowie The Next Day Extra 2013 [114]
"Some Are" David Bowie Low
(1991 reissue)
1991 [101]
"Somebody Up There Likes Me" David Bowie Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Something in the Air" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Song for Bob Dylan" David Bowie Hunky Dory 1971 [110]
"Sons of the Silent Age" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Sorrow"
(The Merseys cover)
Bob Feldman
Jerry Goldstein
Richard Gottehrer double-dagger
Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"Soul Love" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"Sound and Vision" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"South Horizon" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Space Oddity"[aj] David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Speed of Life" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"Star" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"Starman" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Station to Station" David Bowie Station to Station 1976 [145]
"Stay"[ak] David Bowie Station to Station 1976 [145]
"Strangers When We Meet"[al] David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Subterraneans" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)"[d] David Bowie
Maria Schneider
Paul Bateman
Bob Bhamra
Nothing Has Changed 2014 [173]
"Suffragette City" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]
"Sunday" David Bowie Heathen 2002 [89]
"The Supermen"[am] David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Survive" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Sweet Head"[an] David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
(1990 reissue)
1990 [219]
"Sweet Thing" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Sweet Thing (Reprise)" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"Teenage Wildlife" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"Telling Lies" David Bowie Earthling 1997 [118]
"That's Motivation" David Bowie Absolute Beginners (soundtrack) 1986 [92]
"That's Where My Heart Is" David Bowie Early On (1964–1966) 1991 [117]
"There Is a Happy Land" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"This Is Not America"
(with the Pat Metheny Group)
David Bowie
Pat Metheny
Lyle Mays
The Falcon and the Snowman (soundtrack) 1985 [220]
"Thru' These Architects Eyes" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Outside 1995 [100]
"Thursday's Child" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Hours 1999 [126]
"Time" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Time Will Crawl" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore"[d] David Bowie Non-album single 2014 [221]
"Tonight" (with Tina Turner)
(Iggy Pop cover)
David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Tonight 1984 [123]
"Too Dizzy"[ao] David Bowie
Erdal Kızılçay
Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Try Some, Buy Some"
(Ronnie Spector cover)
George Harrison double-dagger Reality 2003 [127]
"Tryin' to Get to Heaven"[ap]
(Bob Dylan cover)
Bob Dylan double-dagger B-side of "Mother" 2021 [186]
"Tumble and Twirl" David Bowie
Iggy Pop
Tonight 1984 [123]
"TVC 15" David Bowie Station to Station 1976 [145]
"Uncle Arthur" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"Under Pressure"
(Queen & David Bowie)
Freddie Mercury
Brian May
Roger Taylor
John Deacon
David Bowie
Non-album single 1981 [224]
"Underground" David Bowie Labyrinth 1986 [112]
"Untitled No. 1" David Bowie The Buddha of Suburbia (soundtrack) 1993 [122]
"Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Up the Hill Backwards" David Bowie Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) 1980 [113]
"V-2 Schneider" David Bowie "Heroes" 1977 [119]
"Valentine's Day" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Velvet Couch" (demo) David Bowie
John Cale
Unreleased [ad] [196]
"Velvet Goldmine"[aq] David Bowie B-side of "Space Oddity" (re-release) 1975 [226]
"Volare"
(Domenico Modugno cover)
Franco Migliacci
Domenico Modugno double-dagger
Absolute Beginners (soundtrack) 1986 [92]
"The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty)" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Reeves Gabrels
Outside 1995 [100]
"Waiting for the Man" (live)
(The Velvet Underground cover)
Lou Reed double-dagger Live Santa Monica '72 2008 [227]
"Wake Up" (live)
(Arcade Fire & David Bowie)
Will Butler
Win Butler
Régine Chassagne
Tim Kingsbury
Richard Reed Parry double-dagger
Live EP (Live at Fashion Rocks) 2005 [228]
"Warszawa" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Low 1977 [107]
"Watch That Man" David Bowie Aladdin Sane 1973 [99]
"Waterloo Sunset"
(The Kinks cover)
Ray Davies double-dagger Reality
(Japanese bonus disc)
2003 [229]
"We All Go Through" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
B-side of "Thursday's Child" (UK CD1) 1999 [189]
"We Are Hungry Men" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"We Are the Dead" David Bowie Diamond Dogs 1974 [88]
"We Prick You" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"We Shall Go to Town" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
B-side of "Thursday's Child" (UK CD2) 1999 [87]
"The Wedding" David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"The Wedding Song" David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"Weeping Wall" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"What in the World" David Bowie Low 1977 [107]
"What's Really Happening?" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Alex Grant
Hours 1999 [126]
"When I Live My Dream" David Bowie David Bowie 1967 [131]
"When I Met You" David Bowie No Plan (EP) 2017 [171]
"When I'm Five" David Bowie Love You till Tuesday 1984 [130]
"When the Boys Come Marching Home" David Bowie Heathen
(SACD release)
2002 [208]
"When the Wind Blows" David Bowie
Erdal Kızılçay
When the Wind Blows (soundtrack) 1986 [230]
"Where Are We Now?" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Where Have All the Good Times Gone"
(The Kinks cover)
Ray Davies double-dagger Pin Ups 1973 [111]
"White Light/White Heat" (live)
(The Velvet Underground cover)
Lou Reed double-dagger Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture 1983 [187]
"Who Can I Be Now?" David Bowie Young Americans
(1991 reissue)
1991 [164]
"The Width of a Circle" David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World 1970 [95]
"Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud" David Bowie David Bowie (Space Oddity) 1969 [135]
"Wild Is the Wind" Ned Washington
Dimitri Tiomkin double-dagger
Station to Station 1976 [145]
"Win" David Bowie Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Wishful Beginnings" David Bowie
Brian Eno
Outside 1995 [100]
"Within You" David Bowie Labyrinth 1986 [112]
"Without You" David Bowie Let's Dance 1983 [128]
"Without You I'm Nothing"
(Placebo featuring David Bowie)
Steve Hewitt
Brian Molko
Stefan Olsdal double-dagger
Without You I'm Nothing 1998 [231]
"Wood Jackson" David Bowie B-side of "Slow Burn" 2002 [210]
"Word on a Wing" David Bowie Station to Station 1976 [145]
"Yassassin" David Bowie Lodger 1979 [94]
"You Feel So Lonely You Could Die" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"(You Will) Set the World on Fire" David Bowie The Next Day 2013 [125]
"Your Turn to Drive" David Bowie Nothing Has Changed 2014 [173]
"You've Been Around" David Bowie
Reeves Gabrels
Black Tie White Noise 1993 [120]
"You've Got a Habit of Leaving"
(Davy Jones and the Lower Third)
David Bowie Non-album single 1965 [116]
"Young Americans" David Bowie Young Americans 1975 [93]
"Zeroes" David Bowie Never Let Me Down 1987 [90]
"Ziggy Stardust" David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars 1972 [140]

Notes

  1. ^ Bowie often re-recorded previously released songs of his such as "John, I'm Only Dancing" vs. "John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)" and "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" on Nothing Has Changed and Blackstar. Many of his songs are also available in different edits, such as single vs. album versions.
  2. ^ Introduced in "Space Oddity" (1969),[3] Major Tom would again be referenced by Bowie in his songs "Ashes to Ashes" (1980),[4] "Hallo Spaceboy" (Pet Shop Boys remix) (1996),[5] and "Blackstar" (2014).[6]
  3. ^ Including the dance-oriented Tonight (1984),[1] "Dancing in the Street" (with Mick Jagger),[32] the Labyrinth soundtrack, the title song for Absolute Beginners (1986),[33] and the rock album Never Let Me Down (1987)[1][34]
  4. ^ a b c "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)", along with "'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore", were re-recorded for Blackstar.[45]
  5. ^ Recorded during the sessions for Young Americans in August 1974.[96]
  6. ^ Bowie wrote "All the Young Dudes" for the English rock band Mott the Hoople.[16] The recording, produced by Bowie,[102] was released as a single in 1972 and became an anthem of glam rock.[103] Bowie recorded his own studio version of the song in December 1972 during the sessions for Aladdin Sane (1973), but this version remained unreleased until 1995 when it appeared on the compilation album RarestOneBowie.[104] Bowie performed a cabaret-style live rendition during the 1974 Diamond Dogs Tour, which appeared on David Live (1974).[105]
  7. ^ A re-recorded version appears on Let's Dance (1983).[128]
  8. ^ Bowie made a surprise appearance during the encore of a Morrissey concert on 6 February 1991 in Los Angeles. The two sang a duet of the T. Rex song "Cosmic Dancer", from their 1971 album Electric Warrior.[133] Originally unavailable for many years, Morrissey released the performance as a single in 2020.[80]
  9. ^ First released as part of medley "1984/Dodo"
  10. ^ "Fame" was remixed and re-released in 1990 as "Fame '90".[139]
  11. ^ Originally recorded by Tina Turner, Bowie recorded his own version during the sessions for Never Let Me Down (1987).[76]
  12. ^ A re-recorded version featuring Pet Shop Boys was released as a single in 1996.[5][149]
  13. ^ a b Original version recorded by Bowie's band Arnold Corns released as B-side to the "Moonage Daydream" non-album single in 1971, and later re-recorded by Bowie for the 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
  14. ^ Bowie recorded separate versions of "'Heroes'" with German and French lyrics, titled "'Helden'" and "'Héros'", respectively. These versions were released as singles in their respective countries, and later appeared on various compilation albums.[151]
  15. ^ Toy was an unreleased album, originally intended for release in 2001,[152] its tracks were leaked to the internet in 2011.[153]
  16. ^ A "more energetic" re-recording was released as the B-side to "Diamond Dogs" in 1974.[154][155]
  17. ^ Originally recorded by Tin Machine for their debut album in 1989.[157] An acoustic re-recording, titled "I Can't Read '97", recorded in 1997 during the Earthling sessions, was released in 2020.[158]
  18. ^ Originally written during Bowie's studio sessions for the 1995 album Outside but was not released until a rough mix appeared on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Showgirls, and was subsequently remade for Bowie's 1997 album Earthling.[83]
  19. ^ a b "It's No Game" was adapted from an unreleased song titled "Tired of My Life", which Bowie demoed in 1970. He claimed to have written it as early as 1963.[165]
  20. ^ "John, I'm Only Dancing" was released in two versions. While the original recording was released in September 1972, a re-recording featuring saxophone, dubbed the "sax version", was released as a single in April 1973 with the same catalogue number and B-side as the original single.[166]
  21. ^ A funk reworking of "John, I'm Only Dancing" that was recorded during the sessions for Young Americans in 1974. While performed live and intended for release on Young Americans, it remained unreleased until it appeared as a single in 1979.[166]
  22. ^ Another version appears on Nothing Has Changed (2014).[173]
  23. ^ "Love Is Lost" was remixed by James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem. The remix, titled "Hello Steve Reich Mix", was released on The Next Day Extra.[180]
  24. ^ An acoustic re-recorded version from the Earthling sessions was released in 2020.[182]
  25. ^ "Memory of a Free Festival" was re-recorded between March–April 1970[183] at the insistence of Mercury Records, who felt it would be a bigger hit in America than Bowie's latest single "The Prettiest Star". This single version was released in June 1970.[184]
  26. ^ Bowie recorded a cover of John Lennon's song "Mother", from his 1970 album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, in August 1998 for a tribute album being compiled by Lennon's widow Yoko Ono.[185] The tribute album was scrapped and Bowie's version remained unreleased until 2021, when it was released as a single to celebrate what would have been Bowie's 74th birthday.[186]
  27. ^ Released as a single in 1997 under the name "Tao Jones Index"[192]
  28. ^ A 1979 re-recorded version was released on the 1992 reissue of Scary Monsters by Rykodisc[193]
  29. ^ Bowie co-produced Reed's original version of "Perfect Day" with Mick Ronson.[195]
  30. ^ a b Recorded in 1979
  31. ^ Original version released as a single in March 1970, a re-recorded version appears on Aladdin Sane (1973).[199]
  32. ^ Re-recorded version of "Space Oddity" with Italian lyrics by Mogol[200]
  33. ^ A mash-up, created by Endless Noise, of the songs "Rebel Rebel" (1974) and "Never Get Old" (2003).[203]
  34. ^ A re-recorded version appears on the bonus disc of Reality (2003).[127][205]
  35. ^ First recorded in 1971 during the sessions for The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars,[209] re-recorded in 2000 and released for the first time in 2002[89]
  36. ^ A 1979 re-recorded version was released as the B-side of "Alabama Song" in 1980 and on the 1992 reissue of Scary Monsters by Rykodisc[213][193]
  37. ^ A re-recorded version, titled "Stay '97", which Bowie recorded in 1997 during the Earthling sessions, was released in 2020.[214][215]
  38. ^ A re-recorded version appears on Outside (1995).[100]
  39. ^ An alternate version recorded on 12 November 1971 during the sessions for The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, originally released on Revelations – A Musical Anthology for Glastonbury Fayre in July 1972, compiled by the organisers of the Glastonbury Festival at which Bowie had played in 1971, was released on the 1990 reissue of Hunky Dory.[216]
  40. ^ Recorded in 1971 during the sessions for The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars,[217] but not released until 1990, when it was included as a bonus track on Rykodisc CD release of the album.[218]
  41. ^ "Too Dizzy" has been deleted from subsequent reissues of Never Let Me Down at Bowie's request, reportedly because it was his least favourite track on the album.[222]
  42. ^ Bowie recorded a cover of Bob Dylan's song "Tryin' to Get to Heaven", from his 1997 album Time Out of Mind, in 1998 and was intended to appear as a bonus track for a proposed Earthling Tour live album.[223] The recording remained unreleased until 2021, when it was released as a single to celebrate what would have been Bowie's 74th birthday.[186]
  43. ^ Recorded during the sessions for The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars,[217] but not released until 1975, when it appeared as the B-side to the single re-release of "Space Oddity".[225]

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