Bryan Ferry works on new album with Jonny Greenwood and Flea

It seems like this November is a month of superstar collaborations. Them Crooked Vultures self-titled album was released. Rumors are swirling around about a Jimmy Page/Eric Clapton/Aerosmith supergroup. Kanye West and 30 Seconds to Mars became friends. What’s next? Well, if you’re Bryan Ferry, what’s next is a massive collaboration with Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, Chili Peppers bassist Flea, and acclaimed producer/musican Nile Rodgers.

According to Rolling Stone, the Roxy Music frontman has teamed up with the aforementioned cast of characters for the followup to 2007’s Dylanesque, due for release in summer 2010. So far, details stop there, but a two minute video from the studio has been posted on his official website. Included are a bunch of clips from recent recording sessions, soundtracked by the Ferry’s 1985 song “Boys and Girls”.

So, stay tuned.


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