Bryan Ferry: Boys and Girls (Warner Bros.)
Ira Robbins, Rolling Stone, 18 July 1985
WHEN BRYAN Ferry first began making solo records in 1973, his apparent goal was to forge a path radically different from what he was writing and performing with Roxy Music. So while the group produced utterly original, unconventional music, Ferry perversely made albums of songs by other artists, from Dylan to the Beatles to Motown, singing them as if he'd never heard them before.
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