Category Archives: Roxy Music

Top 5 Songs – Andy Newmark

Andy Newmark’s prolific treasure trove of session work spans decades with some of the biggest names in the music business. The Press counts down the American drummer’s Top 5 Songs. The drummer impacts the music more than anyone else in … Continue reading

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More Album Cover Outtakes

Roxy Music – Siren (1975) South Stack, Anglesey, Wales. Supermodel Jerry Hall poses as a mermaid for the cover of their fifth studio album. Led Zeppelin – II (1969) The design was based on a photograph of a Division of … Continue reading

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Talking Heads – Remain in Light

The name of the band is Talking Heads, and the name of the album is Remain in Light. Released in October 1980 it is simply one of the greatest records in music history. A record without precedence, it was released … Continue reading

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Bryan Ferry – In Your Mind

Bryan Ferry had achieved iconic status by 1973 after only the second Roxy Music classic For Your Pleasure and quickly launched a concurrent solo career with an adventurous departure from rock conventions, the enjoyable covers album These Foolish Things which … Continue reading

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#12: Roxy Music – Manifesto (1979)

Following a four year hiatus which included Bryan Ferry’s underrated In Your Mind (1977) and the astonishing Bride Stripped Bare (1978), Roxy Music’s Manifesto is often considered a failed attempt to exploit the dance/pop market prevalent in 1979. While it … Continue reading

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