The epitome of seventies glamour, Roxy Music's sophisticated but danceable, chart-friendly rock gained them a following that far surpassed the glam-rock constituency from which they sprang. The urbane voice and persona of singer Bryan Ferry, and the cutting-edge musicians-including Brian Eno, Eddie Jobson, Phil Manzanera, and Andy McKay-fashioned the band's music into a distinctive blend of pop, torch-ballad Euro-crooning, and avant-garde rock. Both Ends Burning: The Complete Roxy Music is the first book of its kind, with a song-by-song analysis of every album. There's also exhaustive coverage of the band's numerous live Parasol Recordsperformances in all their incarnations, from 1972 to 2003.
Used / Very good -- clean pages, tight spine, some edge wear to front and back cover, discoloration to bottom spine (approx 1" wide)
Reynolds & Hearn Ltd, 2005, paperback, 304 pages