Roxy Music The Story of Roxy Music: More Than This

Roxy Music The Story of Roxy Music: More Than This
In 1972, London, England's Roxy Music, along with David Bowie and T. Rex, helped turn art rock ― a stiff, often introverted style of highly textured rock ― into perhaps the coolest genre in rock'n'roll's history: glam rock. More Than This not only follows the conception of Roxy Music, born out of Bryan Ferry's visual arts projects and Brian Eno's love for music concrete, but the very birth of glam rock itself. Featuring interviews with main players (Ferry, Eno, Manzanera, Mackay), producers, record company folk, journalists and lifelong fans like Bono, Siouxsie and Goldfrapp, More Than This does a terrific job offering a first-person account of all things Roxy. But it's the pure scope of live material included ― from the band's first Top of The Pops performance to the late career footage at the Isle of Wight Festival ― that helps define More Than This as one of the best rock documentaries ever assembled. (Eagle Vision)