David Bowie fans can expect many more hits from the late singer in the coming years, his friend and longtime producer said.
Tony Visconti revealed that he is in talks with Bowie's management to release songs that Bowie recorded and never released, including five for a follow-up to his final album Blackstar.
Blackstar, which Tony worked on, was released on Bowie's 69th birthday, just two days before his death in January from cancer.
He told the Standard: "I haven't heard those (five) songs yet.
"I might actually have to help his managerial company to find them.
"I have an idea where he might have recorded them, but there is also a lot of unreleased material from many albums."
The 72-year-old superproducer continued: "I think it's logical that over the next few years, you're going to hear a lot of stuff that you haven't heard before.
"I'm in talks with his management and his label - there's going to be some great Bowie stuff coming out."
Tony worked with Bowie intermittently from his second album, 1969´s Space Oddity, to his final album, including the acclaimed "Berlin trilogy" of Low, Heroes and Lodger.