FlinterFile: Roxy Music- Love Is The Drug
In 1975, Roxy Music played one of their iconic bass lines for the first time. Bryan Ferry first worked out everything by himself (text, music and title), but in Roxy Music, he started working together on the songs. He worked a long time on the lyrics, and in one live take, he recorded it all. The album cover of the album Siren meant also the start of a relationship between Bryan Ferry and model Jerry Hall, who couldn’t get the paint of her body… The song made a number 30 hit in the US and number 2 in the UK (kept from number 1 by David Bowie with a re-release of Space Oddity). Enjoy
Roxy Music- Love Is The Drug
Posted on January 17, 2016, in 1970-1979, FlinterFiles and tagged 1975, bryan ferry, FlinterFiles, hit, love is the drug, Music, number 1, roxy music, seventies, siren. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.