Ain’t it so

Scott Woods and I continue our Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry chat, this one concerning the creamiest phase of their careers: Manifesto, Flesh + Blood, and Avalon. I’m fonder of this part of our discussion than the others. We share our thoughts on Roxy’s comeback at the height of punk and at the dawn of the New Romantic scene; the mystery of Roxy’s American non-success; the sight of Bryan Ferry wielding a guitar and actually playing one; and making out with dates who give scant attention to the mood music. Finally, Manifesto (still underrated) and Flesh + Blood get more discussion than I’ve seen elsewhere, maybe ever.

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