Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry Records With Radiohead And RHCP

Jonny Greenwood and Flea are drafted for singer's new album

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Roxy Music‘s Bryan Ferry has announced that his new album will feature collaborations with members of Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Jonny Greenwood and Chili Peppers bassist Flea have been playing with Ferry on the album, due out in summer 2010, which is also being produced by legendary Chic man Nile Rodgers.

It will be the singer’s first album to feature new material since 2002’s ‘Frantic’, which Greenwood also played on. Meanwhile, Ferry’s collaboration with DJ Hell, ‘U Can Dance’, is set for release is January.

Flea has recently been seen playing with Thom Yorke at the Radiohead singer’s solo US shows in October.

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