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Cover Story – Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry has a new album titled “Olympia” was released recently

The cover features Kate Moss in nothing more than glossy red lipstick, a stunning diamond necklace, and white bedsheets as she lies upside-down with her dark-rooted blonde locks fanned out.

“I normally use unknown women -– it’s nice to discover girls for that kind of thing,” Ferry told the Daily Mail.

“But this time I thought it would be a good idea to ask Kate, because she’s a great femme fatale of our era.

“And it turns out she was delighted to do it, she was a big fan of the music, and it worked out fantastically.”

Ferry, who dubbed the image an “early pin-up,” also told the paper that shoes and dresses were flown in from Paris especially for the shoot.

One of the tracks on the album is a version of an all time favourite song of mine Tim Buckley’s “Song To The Siren”

“Song To The Siren” – Bryan Ferry

This however is my favourite version

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November 29, 2010 Posted by | Cover Stories, New Music, New Releases, Video | , , , | Leave a comment

Bryan Ferry

Roxy Music star Bryan Ferry has grabbed members of Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers for his latest album.

Bryan Ferry is one of the great mis-understood figures of British music. Much like his contemporary Rod Stewart the singer’s latter crimes have obscured the stunning glory of his early years.

With Roxy Music the singer became an overnight icon, scoring a spectacular number one with their debut single ‘Virginia Plain’. However soon after producer Brian Eno left the band and Ferry began to become entranced with rather smoother sounds.

British music’s equivalent of James Bond, Bryan Ferry’s suave demeanour couldn’t hide diminishing artistic returns. Now a member of the landed gentry, the singer recently returned to his roots by reforming Roxy Music.

Playing a series of shows last year the band were even joined by Brian Eno. However since then Bryan Ferry has returned to his solo career, and recruited a number of star names for his forthcoming album.

Red Hot Chili Peppers star Flea is set to appear, fresh from work on Thom Yorke’s solo shows. The bass player will be joined, coincidentally, Radiohead star Johnny Greenwood who is also set to play on the album.

Overseeing proceedings is super producer Niles Rodgers. Once the lynchpin of disco kings Chic, the American musician has since become one of the most powerful figures in the pop industry.

With his new album scheduled for a summer 2010 release, Bryan Ferry is cresting a wave of renewed artistic endeavour. The singer most recently appeared on a DJ Hell single, with ‘U Can Dance’ set to appear in January.

Bryan Ferry is due to release his new album in summer 2010.

Source www.clashmusic.com

“In Every Dream Home a Heartache” – Roxy Music

In every dream home a heartache
And every step I take
Takes me further from heaven

Is there a heaven?
I`d like to think so

Standards of living
They are rising daily
But home oh sweet home
It only a saying

From bell push to faucet
In smart town apartment
The cottage is pretty
The main house a palace

Penthouse perfection
But what goes on
What to do there
Better pray there

Open plan living
Bungalow ranch style
All of it’s comforts
Seem so essential

I bought you mail order
My plain wrapper baby
Your skin is like vinyl
The perfect companion
You float in my new pool
Deluxe and delightful
Inflatable doll
My role is to serve you

Disposable darling
Can’t throw you away now
Immortal and life size
My breath is inside you
I’ll dress you up daily
And keep you till death sighs

Inflatable doll
Lover ungrateful
I blew up your body…
But you blew my mind

Oh Those Heartaches
Dreamhome Heartaches

Oh Those Heartaches
Dreamhome Heartaches

Oh Those Heartaches
Dreamhome Heartaches

Oh Those Heartaches
{Fades out then back again}

 

To buy the music of Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music click HERE and HERE

 

November 26, 2009 Posted by | New News, Old Music, Video | , | 2 Comments

   

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