Bryan Ferry, Channeling Bob Dylan British singer-songwriter Bryan Ferry is probably best known as the frontman for Roxy Music, the experimental synth-pop band he founded in 1971. But over the years, in between his Roxy music, he's recorded albums devoted to songwriters he admires. The latest? It's called Dylanesque.

Bryan Ferry, Channeling Bob Dylan

Bryan Ferry, Channeling Bob Dylan

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British singer-songwriter Bryan Ferry is probably best known as the frontman for Roxy Music, the experimental synth-pop band he founded in 1971.

But over the years, in between his Roxy music, he's recorded albums devoted to songwriters he admires.

The latest? It features his takes on tunes from "Simple Twist of Fate" to "Make You Feel My Love," and it's called Dylanesque.

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