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Boz Scaggs: Scaggs In Silk

Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 15 May 1976

LOUNGING IN HIS suite at the Pierre Hotel, an opulent home for the wealthy, once owned by Paul Getty, Boz Scaggs completes a picture of ease and elegance more suited to a Bryan Ferry or David Bowie than a rocker weaned on the blues of Steve Miller and the funk of the black districts of San Francisco.

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