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Princeton's WordNet

  1. early on, early(adverb)

    during an early stage

    "early on in her career"

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  1. early on(Adverb)

    At an early stage.

  2. early on(Adjective)

    Early in a process.

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  1. Early On (1964–1966)

    Early On (1964–1966) is a compilation album by David Bowie, released in 1991. It is notable because of it being the first and only attempt to compile a comprehensive collection of all of Bowie's pre-Deram material and encompasses multiple labels including Vocallion, Parlophone, and Pye. Tracks three and four are alternate versions to the official singles, while "Do Anything You Say" is also a different mix to the normal single. There are also five unreleased songs included that came from Shel Talmy's collection. Talmy produced Bowie's second and third single. There was a vinyl version released and that omitted "Lize Jane", "Louie, Louie Go Home", and "Good Morning Girl".

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