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Roxy Music’s ambitious and sophisticated art rock built them a following far beyond the glam constituency from which they sprang. Almost embarrassed by an excess of talent, the original 1972 line-up was not only fronted by glam-rock icon Bryan Ferry but also included multifaceted genius Brian Eno, multi-instrumentalist Andrew MacKay, and killer guitarist Phil Manzanera. Subsequent shuffles of personnel and changes in musical direction are acutely documented in Jonathan Rigby’s groundbreaking analysis of the band’s prolific output. Complete with coverage of each band member's amazing solo work, a song-by-song analysis of everything from Virginia Plain to Avalon including album tracks, singles, and B-sides, exhaustive coverage of all the band’s live performances from 1972 to 2007, and news of the long-awaited new album, this book will appeal to new fans and decades-long Roxy Music aficionados alike.
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Jonathan Rigby is the author of American Gothic, Christopher Lee: The Authorised Screen History, and English Gothic.
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Book Description Reynolds & Hearn, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1905287674