Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry, the charismatic lead vocalist of the U.K. glam-rock group Roxy Music, first recorded a solo album of mostly cover material as a fluke in 1973, while waiting for the next Roxy album and tour to get going. The album, These Foolish Things, which included his quirky remakes of Wilbert Harrison's R&B classic "Let's Stick Together" and Bob Dylan's anti-war opus, "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall," got critical raves, thus giving Ferry the impetus to launch a full blown solo career the following year.

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