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This solo work – released in 1985 and the first solo release to appear from Ferry after the official demise of his band, Roxy Music – was actually a continuation of Roxy Music’s final LP release, Avalon

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    Andy Hanson
    24th June 2022 at 8:48 pm

    Great video and good appraisal. One question though…were you wearing that T-shirt when you downed the Full English? 😉

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      Paul Rigby
      27th June 2022 at 12:30 pm

      That was the menu.

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    Wilf Arnold
    27th June 2022 at 8:12 pm

    I got this as a ‘freebie’ when I bought my first CD player – I’d chosen a Yamaha over a Marantz or Philips model and as a bonus I got to select 3 free CDs out of a box – the box had loads of copies of Phil Collins and Dire Straits so I had to take those as they were deemed ‘essential’ CDs at the time. Boys and Girls was my third choice as I’d got quite a bit of Roxy on vinyl and it ended up getting more playing time than the other 2 combined.

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