22 March 1970 saw the second recording session for the remake of David Bowie’s ‘Memory Of A Free Festival’.
This was for a future single release, which spread the song over both sides of the 7″ disc.
The session took place at London’s Trident Studios with Tony Visconti producing. Recording for ‘Memory Of A Free Festival’ continued on 23 March and 2 and 3 April, with mixing and editing sessions following on 4, 14, and 15 April.
‘Memory Of A Free Festival’ was released in Europe on . Bowie promoted it with appearances on the UK television show Six-O-One, and on the Dutch programme Eddy, Ready, Go!. Despite these efforts, however, it was not a commercial success.
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