Yes, I know, you've read everything there is to read about Bowie over the past week and a half. You've listened to every record, watched every interview, dissected conversations about what he meant to the queer community, to children's movies, to your great aunt Marla.
But you probably haven't heard this: The Starman himself, with more than a hint of audible glee, performing spot-on impressions of other contemporary musical greats -- including Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, and more.
Recording engineer Mark Saunders uploaded the previously buried recordings to YouTube a couple days ago, with the following explanation of their origin:
I was lucky enough to work with Bowie in 1985 at Westside Studios in London. My bosses, Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley (Madness, Dexys Midnight Runners, Elvis Costello, Bush) were producing the soundtrack for the movie Absolute Beginners, for which Bowie was acting and writing songs (it was a better soundtrack than it was a movie!) and I was graduating from assistant engineer to engineer at that time.