Mamouna album cover

Bryan Ferry


1982’s Avalon is and remains the last Roxy Music studio album as such, but Bryan Ferry’s 1993 album Mamouna, predating the first Roxy live reunion by some years, is likely as close as it will ever get to a further one. It’s still very much a sleek Ferry solo album first and foremost, with crisp arrangements, many session players, both upbeat and calmer grooves and his still suave vocals, but besides appearances by both Phil Manzanera and Andy Mackay, Brian Eno notably contributed a variety of electronics, including a full songwriting collaboration, “Wildcat Days.”

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