From the Guardian website:
Fans of Bryan Ferry well know that while he’s often looked like a vision from the future – and sounded like it too, especially with Roxy Music – he’s also long had a fondness for the past. We know he wears a mean tuxedo, and we’ve always loved his 1999 album As Time Goes By, which saw him singing Cole Porter and much else besides.
Now comes The Jazz Age, for which he has rerecorded several of his own compositions, performed by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra in the style of the 20s. And get this: he doesn’t sing – they’re all instrumentals.
Read More and hear the full album:
The Jazz Age – exclusive album stream (The Guardian)