Bryan Ferry: The Bride Stripped Bare
Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 16 September 1978
I MUST confess myself horrified to recall, just as I was about to start this review, that my first ever album review was of Bryan Ferry's first solo album, 'These Foolish Things'. Not being a great one of files, I can't remember the exact review, but I do recall that the earth did not move for me. But I did say that Ferry had a 'quirky vocal style', a comment that's still fair three years on.
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