A year later, Roxy Music released Flesh + Blood.
Pulled from that album we get the following:
South Downs (B-Side of Oh-Yeah)
South Down is just Bryan Ferry doodling on a synthesizer. Boring as all hell. Only for completists (like me).
And yet another one pulled from Flesh + Blood.
Lover (B-Side of Same Old Scene)
B Side is a typical Ferry song for the the time. Very reminiscent of their next album Avalon
In 1980, John Lennon was murdered. Roxy Music was one of the first out of the box with a tribute by recording Jealous Guy. A one-off single was released.
Jealous Guy b/w To Turn You On.
In 1982, Roxy Music released their final LP, Avalon. The sound is now dreamlike and mellow. Gone are the rough edges. This would turn out to be their biggest selling record.
It also spawned a few singles with B-Sides.
Always Unknowing (B-Side of Avalon)
Next up - two more 45's with B-Sides pulled from the LP, but shown here for their picture sleeves.