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 Post subject: The Times - Monday March 11th
PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2024 4:46 pm 
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Fabulous Ferryistas,
In his interview with ‘The Times’, Phil Manzanera said of Ferry; “People get fed up that Bryan takes too long to do things, but it’s because he is an artist. He’s doing some weird and wonderful stuff at the moment that I hope he is brave enough to put out …”
Manzanera was speaking to publicise his autobiography, ‘Revolcion To Roxy’ which was published by Expression on March 22nd.
C’est une bonne nouvelle, n’est-ce pas ?
Peut-etre que nous pourrions a nouveau fandango apres tout ?
Salutations a tous,
W2


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 Post subject: Re: The Times - Monday March 11th
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Yes, it`s a glimple of hope. -But that "artist" stuff, I guess most people at this site will just shrug their shoulders, but couldn`t Bryan just come about by himself? Has he made wonderful stuff during covid? Has he made wonderful stuff after covid? We would like to know. However, this sounds as the piece of stuff that Phil and Andy just have released.


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 Post subject: Re: The Times - Monday March 11th
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It does make me think that this work may be more along the lines that his old Roxy band mate Brian Eno is famous for. If that's the case then it would certainly be an interesting listen - as years go by it's no secret that Bryan has found coming up with lyrics more difficult and with his voice not the instrument of former times a set of instrumental or ambient tracks might be a fascinating experiment although maybe not a huge seller.


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 Post subject: Re: The Times - Monday March 11th
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True2Life wrote:
It does make me think that this work may be more along the lines that his old Roxy band mate Brian Eno is famous for. If that's the case then it would certainly be an interesting listen - as years go by it's no secret that Bryan has found coming up with lyrics more difficult and with his voice not the instrument of former times a set of instrumental or ambient tracks might be a fascinating experiment although maybe not a huge seller.


Mes Amis,
True2Life a raison.
W2 has long thought that ‘The Bonny Lad’ could do fabulous movie scores and he would welcome an instrumental album.
Given his long standing method of composing - this rumour doesn’t surprise Windswept.
Our hero is not new to the form as his projects with TBFO bear witness.
En tout cas, ca fait plaisir d’entendre qu’il travaille !
Salutations a tous meme les gens de South Hylton Working Men’s Club.
Windswept


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 Post subject: Re: The Times - Monday March 11th
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I like " weird and wonderful "


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 Post subject: Re: The Times - Monday March 11th
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It’s almost 2 years since the Love Letters EP was released in a digital format. Rather than release The Right Stuff on blue vinyl for Record Store Day why could Team Ferry not release Love Letters as a physical product ?


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