“For Your Pleasure” (roxymusicsongs.com) is a song-by-song analysis of the songs of Roxy Music and the solo work of Bryan Ferry, Brian Eno, Andy Mackay, and Phil Manzanera as heard on the original UK released studio albums of the 70s.
“For Your Pleasure” is written by Kevin Murray, Vancouver, Canada.
Contact: email@example.com (and ask for Muzz)
Album release dates are taken from the excellent VivaRoxyMusic web site (http://www.vivaroxymusic.com). Thank you to John O’Brien for that site and its excellent content and detail.
Books read and enjoyed are “Roxy Music: Both Ends Burning” by Jonathan Rigby; “Re-Make/Re-Model: Becoming Roxy Music” by Michael Bracewell; “The Thrill of it All: The Story of Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music” by David Buckley; “Roxy Music“ by Johnny Rogan; “Unknown Pleasures: A Cultural Biography of Roxy Music” by Paul Stump. There are others not read but probably worth checking out.
The idea and template of “For Your Pleasure” is based on Chris O’Leary’s “Pushing Ahead of the Dame“. Simply some of the best critical writing on David Bowie out there. (And I’ve read ’em all).