The Thrill of it All: The Story of Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music

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A Cappella Books, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 382 pages
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Roxy Music, one of the first and best art-rock bands of the 1970s, is chronicled in this account of decadent glam-rock excess.

Included are accounts of Ferry's affair with supermodel Jerry Hall and its public end when she left him for Mick Jagger, the band's various splits and regroupings, and the recent reunion in 2001 for a sold-out greatest hits tour.

Years of research and interviews with all the major participants, including Ferry himself, have resulted in a definitive history of a band that changed popular music forever.

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Writing style was rather choppy and I found that distracting from the content which was interesting. Read full review

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User Review  - Stuart Hill - Goodreads

An unusual biography in that it focuses on a band member that according to this author's account was one of the less talented members of the group. I did wonder whether Buckley's original intention ... Read full review

Contents

Parti 19451973
3
So Different So Appealing 19681971
32
The Sixties End Today 1972
55
Copyright

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\David Buckley is the author of The Complete Guide to the Music of David Bowie, R.E.M. Fiction, Strange Fascination, and The Stranglers: No Mercy.

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