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Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things (Vinyl) £14.37 @ Amazon

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Released in 1973 as Roxy Music’s career was entering the stratosphere, front man Bryan Ferry’s first solo outing was an eclectic selection of cover versions of many of his personal favourites, from artists and songwriters as diverse as Bob Dylan (‘A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall’), Lesley Gore (‘It’s My Party’) and Smokey Robinson and The Miracles (‘The Tracks of My Tears’). This 2021 vinyl reissue has been remastered from original tapes at Abbey Road Studios and cut by Frank Arkwright and features an enhanced version of the original artwork overseen by Bryan Ferry.
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    Bought thanks 👌
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    At first glance I thought it was the Fonz.
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    …or David Copperfield
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    "Where's my picture of Al Pacino?"

    "Dont know, I was busy sending off the cover for the latest Bryan Ferry album to the printers"
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    Good spot - heat OP
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    Don''t remember him ever looking like that. Looks more like Shakin Stevens
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    I'm actually related to Bryan Ferry - true story
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