Bryan Ferry: “I have a controlling instinct – sometimes being in a band isn’t the best place for me”

Bryan Ferry answers your questions in the next issue of Uncut, out on Friday (November 23). The Roxy Music frontman and solo artist takes your queries, as well as some from Andy Mackay, Paul Thompson and Johnny Marr, on topics including his new album, The Jazz Age, his old paper round, and whether he’s planning to finish the new album Roxy Music recorded last decade.

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Bryan Ferry answers your questions in the next issue of Uncut, out on Friday (November 23).

The Roxy Music frontman and solo artist takes your queries, as well as some from Andy Mackay, Paul Thompson and Johnny Marr, on topics including his new album, The Jazz Age, his old paper round, and whether he’s planning to finish the new album Roxy Music recorded last decade.

“Although I might not appear so, I always wanted to be a free spirit and create my own life,” he tells Uncut. “I have quite a controlling instinct, which is why sometimes being in a band isn’t the best place for me.”

The new issue of Uncut, dated January 2013, is out on Friday, November 23.

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