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As ‘Taxi’ nears its 30th anniversary in March 2023 we are reminded of Bryan Ferry’s long tradition of reimagining songs from across the history of music, free from the bounds of genre and time. Recue Me' is cool, and I find his almost robotic take on the hymnal 'Amazing Grace' utterly mesmerising. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. He also revisits one of his biggest influence - The Velvet Underground - with a version of 'All Tomorrow's Parties', from their first album. Bryan Ferry’s eighth solo studio album Taxi is being repressed and made available for the first time on limited edition yellow vinyl.

When Ferry was asked about the album, he said "Since I started work on the Taxi album, everything has gone great for me. Taxi’ was produced by Bryan Ferry and British guitarist, Robin Trower, and features a cast of formidable supporting musicians including Nathan East, Steve Ferrone and the singer Carleen Anderson. Reviewing for AllMusic, critic Ned Raggett wrote of the album: " Taxi shows a mature Bryan Ferry, suave and controlled, very much in line with his general career from 1979 on . We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases.The first 3 cuts are killer and there's only one let up, for me, on the entire CD and that's the title song-which is still excellent but in comparison to the other tracks, it's the my least favorite.

Rob Sheffield wrote in his three-star review of the album that " Taxi is a consistently inspired set that ranges from 'Amazing Grace' to 'All Tomorrow's Parties. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. The sound is clearer and has more power from the first time it was put out , also if you love OLYMPIA you will love playing this CD .

The album will be available from November 25th 2022 on limited edition yellow vinyl, and on CD in a limited edition Japanese-style oversized card sleeve, with new artwork overseen by Bryan. Originally released in 1993, the album sees Ferry continue in his rich vein of sophisticated and contemporary cover versions of classic rock, pop and soul songs, forging his reputation as the greatest living interpreter of the popular song.Bryan Ferry’s eighth solo studio album ‘Taxi’ is being re-issued for the very first time since its initial release in March 1993. The ‘Taxi’ album features his refined, inspired interpretations of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ ‘I Put A Spell On You’, Goffin and King’s ‘Will You Love Me Tomorrow’ and Lou Reed’s ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’. It was first released in Japan on 10 March, before being released in the UK on 22 March and then in the US in April. Finishing something I liked and getting back into singing again, getting away from my own writing temporarily was a good thing.

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