Happy Birthday 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

VIDEO DIGEST

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) . @ Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2019) .

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 .

SELECTED ALBUMS

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. >>

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

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

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 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. >>

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. >>

Bryan Ferry’s ‘Avonmore ‘ is his fifteenth studio album released on November 17, 2014 by Bmg Rights Management. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[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 onDer Musikladen in Bremen, West-Germany. >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1973] 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 on RVM >>

[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 >>

[2013] Bryan Ferry will join DJ Todd Terje on stage for the first time at Øya Festival in Norway >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1981] Roxy Music – that is Bryan Ferry (voc, kb), Andy Mackay (s), Phil Manzanera (g), Alan Spencer (b), Andy Newmark (d), Neil Hubbard (g), Jimmy Maelen (perc) and Guy Fletcher (kb) plus Fonzi Thornton, Michelle Cobbs& Tawatha Agee (backing vocals) – will be on stage at Arènes de Frejus in Fréjus, France >> 74 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2009] if in England, do not miss a reunited Roxy Music plus new members doing Virginia Plain and Love Is The Drug at the last Jonathan Ross show on BBCOne >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1971] if in England, do not miss Roxy Music doing their hit Virginia Plain at Top Of The Pops on BBC >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>

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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.

@last.fm : 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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