[Kronomyth 7.2] The Beast with Two Backs.
Ferry turns his revolutionary eye to rock & roll classics and performs them in his own particular, aagh, idiom.
This Ferry/Roxy compilation topped the UK charts, proving that fans were still carrying a torch for their favorite torch song singer.
Re-makes of Roxy songs make this his most appealing solo record to date, but the remodeled covers are equally rousing.
Ferry’s first full album of original material smooths over the rough edges of Roxy, which is disappointing.
A safe bete if you liked his last album, this time with Eno and ex-Procol guitarist Robin Trower in the mix.
The man with the golden lungs knocks off nine more covers and one brilliant original without breaking a sweat.
[Kronomyth 7.0] True black.
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