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Such comments tend to rev up the Roxy reunion crowd, as does word that among the celebrities helping Ferry with his new songs (a list that includes Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood and the Eurythmics' Dave Stewart) is Brian Eno. No doubt loyalists will be thrilled to hear that the singer doesn't dismiss prospects for such a get-together out of hand. "I think it's great that there's so much interest in something like that," he says, "and one day it would be nice to get some of the original members back to do a Roxy concert somewhere. I think that would be a good idea."
Meanwhile, it's back to the bus and another long haul to the next tour stop. But if Ferry's enthusiasm for the jaunt is waning, he's not letting on. "If it's a good song, it can be done in many different ways, which has certainly been proven to be the case with the songs from the Thirties -- with many people doing them at the time, and then people from bebop and so on," he says. "And I'm quite fortunate to be doing them as well."
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