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David Bowie auction: First-known studio recording sells for nearly £40,000

The first known studio recording of David Bowie has sold for nearly £40,000 - four times the estimate.
The 1963 demo tape, rejected by Decca, features a 16-year-old Bowie - then known as David Jones - singing I Never Dreamed with first band The Konrads.
The 18-minute recording was sold by the band's drummer David Hadfield, who had discovered it in an old bread basket in his loft.
Omega Auctions said it sold for a total of £39,360 after a "bidding frenzy".
They had estimated it would reach £10,000.

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