Bryan Ferry – The Life of Bryan

This day (September 26, 1945), in Washington, County Durham, England, is born Bryan Ferry , English singer and songwriter, co-founder of Roxy Music


Digest Tracklist :

In Every Dream Home A Heartache (w/ Roxy Music, 1973) . These Foolish Things . It Aint Me Babe (1974) . Love Is The Drug (w/ Roxy Music) . The Thrill Of It All (w/ Roxy Music, 1980) . Jealous Guy (w/ Roxy Music) . Avalon (w/ Roxy Music, 1982) . Is Your Love Strong Enough? (David Gilmour, 1986) . Kiss and Tell (Peters Popshow, 1987) . Dont Stop the Dance-Live (1988) . Slave To Love . I Put A Spell On You . Will You Love Me Tomorrow . Let’s Stick Together (Jool’s Hootenanny, 1999) . The Thrill Of It All (Frantic tour, 2002) . Smoke Gets in Your Eyes . All Along the Watchtower (London, 2007) . Shameless . Song To The Siren (Belfast, 2012) . Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (BBC Proms, 2013) . Like a hurricane (Nuits de Fourviere in Lyon) . A Wasteland / Windswept (Hollywood, Florida 2017) .

TOP 10

Bryan Ferry Top 10 :

More Than This . Love Is the Drug . Avalon . Virginia Plain . Slave to Love . Jealous Guy . Do the Strand . Let’s Stick Together . Don’t Stop the Dance . Angel Eyes .


Released on October 5, 1973, These Foolish Things is the first solo album by Bryan Ferry while he was still Roxy Music. >>

Flesh and Blood by Roxy Music is their seventh studio album (that It will spend 60 weeks on the albums UK chart), released on May 23, 1980. >>

Boys and Girls by Bryan Ferry is his sixth (and most successful) solo album released on June 3, 1985. >>

Roxy Music’s ‘Manifesto’ is their sixth studio album released after a four years hiatus on March 16, 1979 by E.G. / Polydor / Atco Records. >>

Released on November 15, 1974, Country Life is the fourth album by Roxy Music. >>

Released on November 26, 2012, ‘The Jazz Age’ is a rerecording of some of Bryan Ferry‘s compositions, as played in jazz style of the 1920s, by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. >>

Released on November 2, 1987, Bête Noire is the seventh solo studio album by Bryan Ferry. >>

Released on November 1, 1973, Stranded is the third album by Roxy Music. >>

Avalon by Roxy Music is their eighth and final studio album released on June 1, 1982. >>

Released on February 5, 2002, Frantic is the eleventh album by Bryan Ferry as a solo artist. >>

Released on March 5, 2007, Dylanesque is an album of covers of Bob Dylan songs by Bryan Ferry. >>


[2003] Bryan Ferry performs at the AVO Session in Basel, Switzerland, a festival where you can get close to the stars as you sit in the elegant ambiance of a music club with round tables and candlelight. >> 67 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1973] Roxy Music and its tuxedoed leader Brian Ferry perform on Der Musikladen in Bremen, West-Germany. >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1974] Roxy Music performs next to The Kinks, Humble Pie and Blue Suede for ABC’s In Concert from London held at the Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park in London, >> 27 MINUTES >>

[2006] British television BBC tapes a full concert by Bryan Ferry at LSO St. Luke’s in London. A program to be aired on February 23. >> 48 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2014] Bryan Ferry will join DJ Todd Terje on stage for the first time at Øya Festival in Norway >> 6 MINUTES on RVM


Wikipedia : This day (September 26, 1945), in Washington, County Durham, England, is born Bryan Ferry , English singer and songwriter, co-founder of Roxy Music

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@allmusic : Leader of Roxy Music whose solo career includes eclectic covers wandering everywhere from early rock and soul hits up to Dylan and Beatles tunes. : Playing a smooth brand of avant-garde pop layered with romance in his releases, his first post-Roxy album, 1985’s ‘Boys And Girls’ proved an international hit.

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