Bryan Ferry In Conversation with Liz Warner
Roxy Music’s bold self-titled debut album burst onto the scene in 1972. A result of studio experimentation, it seemed to defy categorization. Their extravagant fashion and slick aesthetics kept their audience ever curious about where they’d draw their cues from next. Roxy Music became a rallying cry for an entire generation keen on eschewing flower power for punk infused self-expression.
Liz Warner sat down with Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music just after a performance with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in Los Angeles. This feature takes a deep dive into early Roxy Music and the influences that helped shape Ferry’s unique and singular voice. It marks the release of a new 45th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition of Roxy Music.
In Conversation is produced by dublab. Sound editing and music by Matteah Baim. Due to rights reasons music from the original broadcast has been removed. To hear more, please visit dublab.com.