Putting the bitch in habitual!

glamidols:

Roxy Music


OH BRIAN! 

glamidols:

Roxy Music

OH BRIAN! 

design-is-fine:

Roxy Music, Pyjamarama, 1973. Best regards to Dandymackay!

design-is-fine:

Roxy Music, Pyjamarama, 1973. Best regards to Dandymackay!

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f07zeiss:

Today was a Roxy Music day.
ENO’S HAND. FERRY’S JACKET. MANZARENA’S MOUSTACHE.
MY GOD I MISS THE 70’S. (yes, I belive in reincarnation)

f07zeiss:

Today was a Roxy Music day.

ENO’S HAND.
FERRY’S JACKET.
MANZARENA’S MOUSTACHE.

MY GOD I MISS THE 70’S. (yes, I belive in reincarnation)

anemoneears:

Roxy Music - Mother of Pearl

I tried to sing Mother of Pearl to a dog the other week but all I could remember was “I’ve been up all night! (Agaaaaain?) Party time wasting is too much fun.” and “Oh mother of pearl I wouldn’t trade you for another girl!” so I had to switch to Love is the Drug but I couldn’t remember much of that one either.

Also Bryan Ferry and his weird mannerisms are very captivating. I’m sure that’s the point of them. I remember seeing the Let’s Stick Together film clip when I was not so old and it really STUCK with me (hahahahahah) but seriously though.

I once bought his covers of Bob Dylan album. It was unlistenable.

Au contraire, mon cheri. Dylanesque is an amazing album. It doesn’t re-imagine the songs to the extent of his version of “Hard Rain” on the first solo album, but they are all interesting and have his signature ironic detachment, which the possible exception of “To Make You Feel My Love.” There’s nothing worse than sincere Dylan and I hate that ADELE and everyone else in the known universe has knicked that arrangement.

glamidols:

Roxy Music


Bryan’s jaunty cigarette holder is fabulous!

glamidols:

Roxy Music

Bryan’s jaunty cigarette holder is fabulous!

roxy-ladytron:

Roxy Music - Both Ends Burning

Fellow Ferry Fans-Yuletide!

I’m not sure how many of my fellow Ferry-fanatics are also fanfic writers who participate in Yuletiday, but I have nominated Avalon (the album) as a fandom, with characters Singer and Diamond Lady.

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collegekarma:

1973