“In Your Mind” by Bryan Ferry - album review

TJR says

By this stage, Roxy Music were two years into their post-Siren hiatus, and Bryan Ferry pressed on with his busy solo career, delivering “In Your Mind”, his fourth album in five years. This time, it was all original material too, and was supported by an extensive and elaborate tour. There’s a noticeable softening around the edges on this one, a clear step into a safer, radio-friendly brand of adult orientated pop. That said, the opening title track, “This Is Tomorrow”, kicks on from the bluesy soul rock vibe of preceding Ferry albums - brassy and classy - and “Tokyo Joe” connects well, channelling, as it does, into the New Wave groove that had almost been invented by Roxy Music five years earlier. The album could do with more of those two…

The Jukebox Rebel
07-Sep-2010

A1 [03:40] 6.7.png Bryan Ferry - This Is Tomorrow (Bryan Ferry) Cerebral Pop
A2 [03:08] 4.7.png Bryan Ferry - All Night Operator (Bryan Ferry) Cerebral Pop
A3 [03:35] 4.5.png Bryan Ferry - One Kiss (Bryan Ferry) Pop Ballad
A4 [07:26] 5.3.png Bryan Ferry - Love Me Madly Again (Bryan Ferry) Cerebral Pop
B1 [03:55] 6.8.png Bryan Ferry - Tokyo Joe (Bryan Ferry) New Wave
B2 [04:32] 5.7.png Bryan Ferry - Party Doll (Bryan Ferry) New Wave
B3 [04:31] 5.2.png Bryan Ferry - Rock Of Ages (Bryan Ferry, Chris Thomas) Cerebral Pop
B4 [05:18] 5.8.png Bryan Ferry - In Your Mind (Bryan Ferry) Pop




care-to-share.png

if-so-thanks.png