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  1. says:

    David Buckley did an excellent job on the Bowie bio and in turn this is also an interesting book on what I think is one of the major groups to come out of the 70's glam scene In fact they're a foundation There was not a wea

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    An unusual biography in that it focuses on a band member that according to this author's account was one of the less talented members of the group I did wonder whether Buckley's original intention was to write a biography of Roxy Musi

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    Well written and researched biography of the band focussing on enigmatic lead singer Bryan Ferry I found this considerably comprehensive than another biography on the band that I read a while back Unknown Pleasures by Paul Stump and it's also recent being written in 2004The major shortcoming for me is the paucit

  4. says:

    Extremely interesting enlightening and informative about the genesis of Roxy Music the departure of Eno and the character and personality of Mr Ferry a must read for all fans of Roxy and FerryA bit infuriating to me is how t

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    This book was written in 2005 on the back of the Roxy reunion and Ferry's fine Frantic album His last decade has been fruitful than the previous one but one suspects the positive future the author saw for Ferry remains unfulfilledThis is a ver

  6. says:

    In many ways I read this book just to understand why I should care about Roxy music?I am a fan of music in most forms and although I have pick

  7. says:

    I had read a review of a recent book about Roxy Music Michael Bracewell's Remake Remodel Becoming Roxy Music which as it turns out hasn't been published in the US yet when I picked this up at the library It's fairly routine rock journalism and a little too willing to give in to musical prejudices but there are some genuinely good

  8. says:

    A solid critical biography of Bryan Ferry a performer who broke all the rules about what a rock front man could be for thre

  9. says:

    A disappointment to say the least This book taught me that I really don't love everything about Roxy Music and th

  10. says:

    Buckley gives a lot of lip service to how great Bryan Ferry is but he doesn't seem to think Ferry is all that great Eno comes out looking way awesome But I love the weird little tid bits of info For instance Ferry's son is a Master of the Hunt WTF? Trollope anyone?

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Summary ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ David Buckley

Model Jerry Hall and its public end when she left him for Mick Jagger the band's various splits and regroupings and the recent reunion in 2001 for a sold out greatest hits to. This book was written in 2005 on the back of the Roxy reunion and Ferry s fine Frantic album His last decade has been fruitful than the previous one but one suspects the positive future the author saw for Ferry remains unfulfilledThis is a very good book that collects a wide and diverse range of opinions on Ferry He s a fascinating character but eually a frustrating oneNevertheless we ll always have those early Roxy albums Even as we hide most of the solo albums at the back The Breach of Crowns public end when she left him for Mick Jagger the band's various splits and regroupings and the recent reunion in 2001 for a sold out greatest hits to. This book was written in 2005 on the back of the Roxy reunion and Ferry s fine Frantic album His last decade has been fruitful than the Icebergs previous one but one suspects the The Line positive future the author saw for Ferry remains unfulfilledThis is a very good book that collects a wide and diverse range of opinions on Ferry He s a fascinating character but eually a frustrating oneNevertheless we ll always have those early Roxy albums Even as we hide most of the solo albums at the back

Summary The Thrill of It All The Story of Bryan Ferry Roxy Music

The Thrill of It All The Story of Bryan Ferry Roxy Music

Roxy Music one of the first and best art rock bands of the 1970s is chronicled in this account of decadent glam rock excess Included are accounts of Ferry's affair with super. Well written and researched biography of the band focussing on enigmatic lead singer Bryan Ferry I found this considerably comprehensive than another biography on the band that I read a while back Unknown Pleasures by Paul Stump and it s also recent being written in 2004The major shortcoming for me is the paucity of direct interviews with the band members we get plenty indeed often an excess of opinionated uotes from lesser known associates of the band and various other hangers on presumably uite happy to get their two cents on the record but what s glaringly absent are the opinions that really count I d love to read lengthy discussionsconfessions from Ferry and Eno regarding Eno s acrimonious departure from the band after the second album or Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger regarding the latter s wooing of the The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family paucity of direct interviews with the band members we get Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream plenty indeed often an excess of opinionated uotes from lesser known associates of the band and various other hangers on Trial of a Feminizer presumably uite happy to get their two cents on the record but what s glaringly absent are the opinions that really count I d love to read lengthy discussionsconfessions from Ferry and Eno regarding Eno s acrimonious departure from the band after the second album or Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger regarding the latter s wooing of the

Summary ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ David Buckley

Ur Years of research and interviews with all the major participants including Ferry himself have resulted in a definitive history of a band that changed popular music forever. A disappointment to say the least This book taught me that I really don t love everything about Roxy Music and that after the break up with Jerry Hall Bryan Ferry was really boring As I read my mind wandered and I found myself wishing for a coffee table sized photo record of Brian Eno s rapidly receding glam rock hairline insteadThis is the first book in a long time that I had no interest in finishing