Consequence Of Sound reported that, Bryan Ferry in a recent interview with Louisville’s 91.9 WFPK Kyle Meredith, expressed his desire to reunite with Brian Eno again, to work on something more distinct and special. Ferry in his interview told Kyle Meredith that: “We only did two albums together, we stopped on a very high note,” He added that their second album, For Your Pleasure, is his favorite album.
He continued: “I’d like to do some more stuff with him again… he’s such an interesting character and such fun to work with,” Ferry said that “finding a window of opportunity for both of us” is the main important issue.
Ferry added that he’s been experimenting with a few new things at the moment, and he didn’t share any other details about his upcoming works. Avonmore, is Bryan Ferry’s latest album, which was released in 2014.
Brian Eno, the prominent English composer, musician, record producer, singer, and visual artist, has been one of the most innovative figurers in popular music genre. He began his professional career as a synthesizer player in the Roxy Music band, which was formed in 1971 by Bryan Ferry. Eno later in 1973 departed from Roxy music, due to creative differences with Bryan Ferry. For Your Pleasure, was Roxy Music’s last album that feature Brian Eno as the sound specialist, and synthesizer player.
Bryan Ferry, who has influenced a generation with his elegant voice and his appearance, reunited with Brian Eno, in 2002 after nearly 30 years, to work on his solo album, Frantic. Brian Eno worked again with Ferry in 2007 on Ferry’s Bob Dylan’s covers album, Dylanesque, and again in 2010 on LP Olympia.