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post #16 of 28
I really don't care for Roxy Music, or Bryan Ferry. But I do like the album cover for Country Life... even if one the models is a butter, and has man-hands.
post #17 of 28
Good Gaaaaawd, Amanda Lear ? Haven't heard that name being brought up in ages. BTW didn't she use to be a dude
Ferry has been a cool cat as long as I care to recall. He also showed good taste in the models he used in that they seldom failed to trigger the following reaction
post #18 of 28
Slave to Love, Don't Stop the Dance! C'mon -- the guy's a friggin' musical geeen-i-us. (Don't know much about his fashion sense, though.)
post #19 of 28
Mymymy, the things I've done to that tune back in the day


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W7hpm0MP6k
post #20 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by Christofuh
Mymymy, the things I've done to that tune back in the day


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W7hpm0MP6k
That bitch in that video is out of control hot...

EDIT: the burnette
post #21 of 28
Isn't he a loyal Kilgour customer?
post #22 of 28
I thought he was an Anderson & Sheppard man:

http://www.englishcut.com/archives/000003.html
post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by Connemara
Isn't he a loyal Kilgour customer?
You got that from Mr Torregrossa. Mr Torregrossa, beware of what you read in a company's PR.

Bryan Ferry has patronized almost every tailor known to man, I think. In the 1970s he began using Anderson & Sheppard and is most commonly associated with them, although as Anderson makes a fetish of discretion they haven't capitalized on it. However, he does keep up with trends and has used trendy tailors like Marc Powell as well as Kilgour, as well as name designers. In the 1980s he was a fan of Versace, for one, and on the relaunched Roxy tour in 2001 he wore custom Dior Homme.

He's been much more faithful to his shirtmaker, who's been New & Lingwood for decades. He's also been known to wear RJ shirts, as the more debonair among us have been wont.
post #24 of 28
And Antony Price, Monsieur RJ. Although we can say that Amanda Lear looked much more forceful in it.
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by RJman
Bryan Ferry is a god, a genius, a visionary who fused Pop Art with music and helped to remake and remodel rock & roll. He's also the coolest man in the world, if not in history.

My avatar always has been and always will be Bryan Ferry.



Quote:
Originally Posted by RJman
Sadly, in recent years his work's been a bit hit or miss and he reissues greatest hits compilations every six months for money.

Stables of girlfriends and racehorses are expensive.
post #26 of 28
I saw his "last" live-concert her performed in Vienna way back in 2001. I can assure he is not only a great performer, singer, also a great musician. He played several instruments himself. Always on my mind. His suit was sort of Lurex glossy, which would look cheap on somebody. On him, perfect.
post #27 of 28
A stylish guy, who sang some great songs. His version of 'These Foolish Things' is one of my favourite songs.

My sister used to be a huge fan until she saw him at BandAid (I think), he was dancing with all the grace of a orangutan. We tease her about it all the time.
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by whnay.
That bitch in that video is out of control hot...

EDIT: the burnette

She's got nothing on the one in christofuh's avatar.
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