Listen to a Rare David Bowie/Brian Eno Collaboration


The epic collaboration between David Bowie and Brian Eno produced what some argue were the three best releases of Bowie’s career. We’ve played our Berlin Trilogy (Low, “Heroes,” The Lodger) LPs so often we’ve practically worn them out, so we couldn’t plug in our headphones fast enough when we saw that Dangerous Minds had posted a rarely heard Bowie/Eno cut from the Lodger sessions. “I Pray, Ole” is an upbeat, Bowie-penned track with a driving, shout-along chorus and a synth underpinning that could only have come from the twisted, Krautrock-infected mind of Eno. Listen to it after the jump, and be sure to let us know WTF is going on with Bowie’s outfit in the video, which may well be the missing link between the ’70s and the ’80s.