What a cool idea (would you expect anything less from Mr. Ferry?): his own favorites from his Roxy Music days and solo career, done in the style of a decade that fascinates him, the Roaring ’20s. It’s like you’re hangin’ at the Cotton Club as the Bryan Ferry Orchestra transforms Love Is the Drug; Avalon; Reason or Rhyme; Do the Strand; Slave to Love; Virginia Plain, and other songs into Jazz Age instrumentals! CD or vinyl. BMG.
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