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Name:Bryan Ferry Roxy Music Discography 1973 2004 (Lossy MP3 VBR Rock )

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Bryan Ferry - Mamouna (Size: 1.31 GB) (Files: 253)

 Bryan Ferry - Mamouna


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  Chain Reaction - Bryan Ferry.mp3

8.28 MB

  Don't Want To Know - Bryan Ferry.mp3

6.63 MB

  Gemini Moon - Bryan Ferry.mp3

6.05 MB

  Mamouna - Bryan Ferry.mp3

8.21 MB

  N.Y.C. - Bryan Ferry.mp3

6.71 MB

  The 39 Steps - Bryan Ferry.mp3

8.10 MB

  The Only Face - Bryan Ferry.mp3

7.66 MB

  Which Way To Turn - Bryan Ferry.mp3

9.19 MB

  Wildcat Days - Bryan Ferry.mp3

7.47 MB

  Your Painted Smile - Bryan Ferry.mp3

5.24 MB

 Bryan Ferry - Another Time, Another Place

  01 The 'In' Crowd.mp3

7.46 MB

  02 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.mp3

5.09 MB

  03 Walk A Mile In My Shoes.mp3

7.96 MB

  04 Funny How Time Slips Away.mp3

5.68 MB

  05 You Are My Sunshine.mp3

11.37 MB

  06 (What A) Wonderful World.mp3

4.99 MB

  07 It Ain't Me Babe.mp3

6.64 MB

  09 Help Me Make It Through The Night.mp3

7.32 MB

  10 Another Time, Another Place.mp3

8.61 MB


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 Bryan Ferry - As Time Goes

  01 As Time Goes By.mp3

3.84 MB

  02 The Way You Look Tonight.mp3

5.09 MB

  03 Easy Living.mp3

2.82 MB

  04 I'm In The Mood For Love.mp3

7.13 MB

  05 Where Or When.mp3

4.96 MB

  06 When Somebody Thinks.mp3

4.42 MB

  07 Sweet And Lovely.mp3

4.54 MB

  08 Miss Otis Regrets.mp3

3.98 MB

  09 Time On My Hands.mp3

3.58 MB

  10 Lover Come Back To Me.mp3

4.16 MB

  11 Falling In Love Again.mp3

3.52 MB

  12 Love Me Or Leave Me.mp3

3.20 MB

  13 You Do Something To Me.mp3

3.87 MB

  14 Just One Of Those Things.mp3

4.20 MB

  15 September Song.mp3

4.57 MB

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 Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls -

  01 Sensation.mp3

8.76 MB

  02 Slave To Love.mp3

7.54 MB

  03 Don't Stop The Dance.mp3

7.07 MB

  04 A Wasted Land.mp3

1.73 MB

  05 Windswept.mp3

7.85 MB

  06 The Chosen One.mp3

8.79 MB

  07 Valentine.mp3

6.38 MB

  08 Stone Woman.mp3

8.48 MB

  09 Boys And Girls.mp3

8.69 MB


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101.89 KB

 Bryan Ferry - Frantic


5.62 MB


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4.87 MB


5.63 MB


4.65 MB


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6.50 MB


4.58 MB


4.46 MB


6.29 MB


4.24 MB


7.80 MB


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 Bryan Ferry - In Your Mind

  01 This Is Tomorrow.mp3

5.96 MB

  02 All Night Operator.mp3

5.36 MB

  03 One Kiss.mp3

5.93 MB

  04 Love Me Madly Again.mp3

12.32 MB

  05 Tokyo Joe.mp3

6.30 MB

  06 Party Doll.mp3

7.04 MB

  07 Rock Of Ages.mp3

7.72 MB

  08 In Your Mind.mp3

8.85 MB


113.41 KB


173.87 KB

 Bryan Ferry - Taxi

  01 I Put A Spell On You.mp3

9.06 MB

  02 Will You Love Me Tomorrow.mp3

6.57 MB

  03 Answer Me.mp3

4.17 MB

  04 Just One Look.mp3

5.25 MB

  05 Rescue Me.mp3

5.64 MB

  06 All Tomorrow's Parties.mp3

8.94 MB

  07 Girl Of My Best Friend.mp3

5.50 MB

  08 Amazing Grace.mp3

6.34 MB

  09 Taxi.mp3

8.70 MB

  10 Because You're Mine.mp3

2.54 MB

 Roxy Music - Avalon (1982)

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 1 - More Than This.mp3

7.21 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 10 - Tara.mp3

2.46 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 2 - The Space Between.mp3

7.20 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 3 - Avalon.mp3

6.85 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 4 - India.mp3

2.80 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 5 - While My Heart Is Still Beating.mp3

5.51 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 6 - The Main Thing.mp3

6.24 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 7 - Take A Chance With Me.mp3

7.54 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 8 - To Turn You On.mp3

6.86 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon - 9 - True To Life.mp3

7.07 MB

  Roxy Music - Avalon.back.jpg

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  Roxy Music -

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  Roxy Music - Avalon.front.jpg

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 Roxy Music - Country Life (1974)

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 1 - The Thrill Of It All.mp3

10.26 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 10 - Prairie Rose.mp3

8.30 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 2 - Three And Nine.mp3

6.53 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 3 - All I Want Is You.mp3

4.62 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 4 - Out Of The Blue.mp3

7.66 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 5 - If It Takes All Night.mp3

5.09 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 6 - Bitter-Sweet.mp3

7.76 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 7 - Triptych.mp3

5.05 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 8 - Casanova.mp3

5.52 MB

  Roxy Music - Country Life - 9 - A Really Good Time.mp3

6.02 MB


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 Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood ( 1980)

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 1 - In the midnight hour.mp3

5.13 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 10 - Running wild.mp3

8.06 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 2 - Oh yeah.mp3

7.80 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 3 - Same old scene.mp3

6.38 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 4 - Flesh+blood.mp3

5.15 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 5 - My only love.mp3

8.57 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 6 - Over you.mp3

5.57 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 7 - Eight miles high.mp3

7.86 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 8 - Rain rain rain.mp3

5.39 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood - 9 - Strange delight.mp3

7.64 MB

  Roxy Music - Flesh&Blood.back.jpg

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 Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating (Live) 1990

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 1 - India.mp3

1.37 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 10 - My Only Love.mp3

11.66 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 11 - Both Ends Burning.mp3

8.90 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 12 - Avalon.mp3

7.01 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 13 - Editions Of You.mp3

6.69 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 14 - Jealous Guy.mp3

10.66 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 2 - Can't Let Go.mp3

8.54 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 3 - While My Heart Is Still Beating.mp3

6.20 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 4 - Out Of The Blue.mp3

7.07 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 5 - Dance Away.mp3

6.07 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 6 - Impossible Guitar.mp3

5.93 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 7 - A Song For Europe.mp3

10.21 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 8 - Love Is The Drug.mp3

6.18 MB

  Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating - 9 - Like A Hurricane.mp3

12.39 MB


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 Roxy Music - Live In Concert - The Best Of


   01 - Track 1.mp3

4.11 MB

   02 - Track 2.mp3

2.26 MB

   03 - Track 3.mp3

4.62 MB

   04 - Track 4.mp3

4.44 MB

   05 - Track 5.mp3

3.99 MB

   06 - Track 6.mp3

7.48 MB

   07 - Track 7.mp3

7.72 MB

   08 - Track 8.mp3

5.78 MB

   09 - Track 9.mp3

3.99 MB

   10 - Track 10.mp3

5.59 MB

   11 - Track 11.mp3

3.17 MB


   01 - Track 1.mp3

3.59 MB

   02 - Track 2.mp3

5.41 MB

   03 - Track 3.mp3

5.66 MB

   04 - Track 4.mp3

3.98 MB

   05 - Track 5.mp3

3.54 MB

   06 - Track 6.mp3

4.97 MB

   07 - Track 7.mp3

3.48 MB

   08 - Track 8.mp3

2.78 MB

   09 - Track 9.mp3

3.50 MB

   10 - Track 10.mp3

3.52 MB

   11 - Track 11.mp3

6.13 MB

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  roxy music live front.JPG

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 Roxy Music - Manifesto (1979)


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  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 1 - Manifesto.mp3

8.83 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 10 - Spin Me Around.mp3

8.36 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 2 - Trash.mp3

3.59 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 3 - Angel Eyes.mp3

4.99 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 4 - Still Falls The Rain.mp3

6.80 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 5 - Stronger Through The Years.mp3

10.00 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 6 - Ain't That So.mp3

9.10 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 7 - My Little Girl.mp3

5.21 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 8 - Dance Away.mp3

6.06 MB

  Roxy Music - Manifesto - 9 - Cry, Cry, Cry.mp3

4.72 MB


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 Roxy Music - Roxy Music (1972)

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 1 - Re-Make_Re-Model.mp3

8.37 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 10 - Bitters End.mp3

3.29 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 2 - Ladytron.mp3

7.09 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 3 - If There Is Something.mp3

10.53 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 4 - Virginia Plain.mp3

4.75 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 5 - 2 H.B.mp3

7.33 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 6 - The Bob (Medley).mp3

9.31 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 7 - Chance Meeting.mp3

5.04 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 8 - Would You Believe_.mp3

6.34 MB

  Roxy Music - Roxy Music 72 - 9 - Sea Breezes.mp3

11.26 MB

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 Roxy Music - Siren (1975)

  Roxy Music - Siren - 1 - Love is the drug.mp3

6.62 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 2 - End of the line.mp3

8.37 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 3 - Sentimental fool.mp3

9.95 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 4 - Whirlwind.mp3

5.73 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 5 - She shells.mp3

5.81 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 6 - Could in happen to me.mp3

5.74 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 7 - Both ends burning.mp3

8.38 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 8 - Nightingale.mp3

6.64 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren - 9 - Just another night.mp3

10.22 MB

  Roxy Music - Siren.back.jpg

57.39 KB

  Roxy Music - Siren.front.jpg

74.90 KB

 Roxy Music - Slave To Love - The Best of the Ballads

  01_Bryan_Ferry_.Jelaus Guy.mp3

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5.80 MB


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6.73 MB

  09_Bryan _Ferry._Is_your_love_strog_enough.mp3

6.76 MB


4.22 MB

  11_Bryan_Ferry._ These_Foolish_Things_.mp3

6.66 MB


6.29 MB


4.03 MB


5.91 MB


4.64 MB


5.88 MB


6.34 MB


7.26 MB


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100.80 KB

 Roxy Music - Stranded (1973)

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 1 - Street Life.mp3

5.56 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 2 - Just Like You.mp3

5.77 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 3 - Amazona.mp3

6.84 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 4 - Psalm.mp3

12.87 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 5 - Serenade.mp3

4.76 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 6 - A Song For Europe.mp3

9.22 MB

  Roxy Music - Stranded - 8 - Sunset.mp3

9.68 MB


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0.29 KB

 Roxy Music - The Best of (2001)

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 1 - Avalon.mp3

6.75 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 10 - Love is the Drug.mp3

6.58 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 11 - Out of the Blue.mp3

7.53 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 12 - All I want is You.mp3

4.57 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 14 - Street Life.mp3

5.50 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 15 - Do the Strand.mp3

6.41 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 16 - Pyjamarama.mp3

4.53 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 17 - Virginia Plain.mp3

4.71 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 18 - Re-Make_Re-Model.mp3

7.77 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 2 - More than This.mp3

6.78 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 3 - Jealous Guy.mp3

7.85 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 4 - Over You.mp3

5.47 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 5 - Same old Scene.mp3

6.29 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 6 - Oh Yeah.mp3

7.73 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 7 - Angel Eyes.mp3

4.53 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 8 - Dance Away.mp3

5.95 MB

  Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - 9 - Both Ends Burning.mp3

8.32 MB

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Roxy Music - Bryan Ferry - Discography

Roxy Music - The Best of (2001)

1. Avalon
2. More Than This
3. Jealous Guy
4. Over You
5. Same Old Scene
6. Oh Yeah
7. Angel Eyes
8. Dance Away
9. Both Ends Burning
10. Love Is The Drug
11. Out Of The Blue
12. All I Want Is You
13. Mother Of Pearl
14. Street Life
15. Do The Strand
16. Pyjamarama
17. Virginia Plain
18. Re-Make/Re-Model

Roxy Music - Stranded (1973)

1. Street Life
2. Just Like You
3. Amazona
4. Psalm
5. Serenade
6. A Song For Europe
7. Mother Of Pearl
8. Sunset

Roxy Music - Slave To Love - The Best of the Ballads

1. Slave To Love
2. Jealous Guy
3. Oh Yeah
4. I\'m In The Mood For Love
5. Avalon
6. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
7. Is Your Love Strong Enough?
8. More Than This
9. Falling In Love Again
10. Grazy Love
11. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
12. Just Like You
13. Your Painted Smile
14. To Turn You On
15. He\'ll Have To Go
16. Zamba
17. Windswept
18. My Only Love

Roxy Music - Siren (1975)

1. Love is the Drug
2. End of the Line
3. Sentimental Fool
4. Whirlwind
5. She Sells
6. Could it Happen to Me?
7. Both Ends Burning
8. Nightingale
9. Just Another High

Roxy Music - Roxy Music (1972)
1. Re-Make/Re-Model
2. Ladytron
3. If There Is Something
4. Virginia Plain
5. 2 H.B.
6. The Bob (Medley)
7. Chance Meeting
8. Would You Believe?
9. Sea Breezes
10. Bitters End

Roxy Music - Manifesto (1979)

1. Manifesto
2. Trash
3. Angel Eyes
4. Still Falls The Rain
5. Stronger Through The Years
6. Ain\'t That So
7. My Little Girl
8. Dance Away
9. Cry, Cry, Cry
10. Spin Me Round

Roxy Music - Live In Concert - The Best Of

Roxy Music - Heart Still Beating (Live) 1990

1. India
2. Can\'t Let Go
3. While My heart Is Still Beating
4. Out Of The Blue
5. Dance Away
6. Impossible Guitar
7. A Song For Europe
8. Love Is The Drug
9. Like A Hurricane
10. My Only Love
11. Both Ends Burning
12. Avalon
13. Editions Of You
14. Jealous Guy

Roxy Music - Flesh + Blood ( 1980)

1. In the Midnight Hour
2. Oh Yeah
3. Same Old Scene
4. Flesh And Blood
5. My Only Love
6. Over You
7. Eight Miles High
8. Rain Rain Rain
9. No Strange Delight
10. Running Wild

Roxy Music - Country Life (1974)

1. The Thrill Of It All
2. Three And Nine
3. All I Want Is You
4. Out Of The Blue
5. If It Takes All Night
6. Bitter-Sweet
7. Triptych
8. Casanova
9. A Really Good Time
10. Prairie Rose

Roxy Music - Avalon (1982)

1. More Than This
2. The Space Between
3. Avalon
4. India
5. While My Heart Is Still Beating
6. The Main Thing
7. Take A Chance With Me
8. To Turn You On
9. True To Life
10. Tara

Roxy Music - For your pleasure (1973)

1. Do the Strand
2. Beauty Queen
3. Strictly Confidential
4. Editions of You
5. In Every Dream Home a Heartache
6. The Bogus Man
7. Grey Lagoons
8. For Your Pleasure

Bryan Ferry - Taxi

1. I Put A Spell On You
2. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
3. Answer Me
4. Just One Look
5. Rescue Me
6. All Tomorrow\'s Parties
7. Girl Of My Best Friend
8. Amazing Grace
9. Taxi
10. Because You\'re Mine

Bryan Ferry - In Your Mind

1. This Is Tomorrow
2. All Night Operator
3. One Kiss
4. Love Me Madly Again
5. Tokyo Joe
6. Party Doll
7. Rock Of Ages
8. In Your Mind

Bryan Ferry - Frantic

It\'s All Over Now, Baby Blue
2. Cruel
3. Goin\' Down
4. Goddess Of Love
5. Don\'t Think Twice, It\'s All Right
6. Nobody Loves Me
7. Ja Nun Hons Pris
8. A Fool For Love
9. Goodnight Irene
10. Hiroshima...
11. San Simeon
12. One Way Love
13. I Thought

Bryan Ferry - Boys And Girls

1. Sensation
2. Slave To Love
3. Don\'t Stop The Dance
4. A Waste Land
5. Windswept
6. The Chosen One
7. Valentine
8. Stone Woman
9. Boys And Girls

Bryan Ferry - As Time Goes

1. As Time Goes By
2. The Way You Look Tonight
3. Easy Living
4. I\'m In The Mood For Love
5. Where Or When
6. When Somebody Thinks...
7. Sweet And Lovely
8. Miss Otis Regrets
9. Time On My Hands
10. Lover Come Back To Me
11. Falling In Love Again
12. Love Me Or Leave Me
13. You Do Something To Me
14. Just One Of Those Things
15. September Song

Bryan Ferry - Another Time, Another Place

1. The \'In\' Crowd
2. Smoke Gets In your Eyes
3. Walk A Mile In My Shoes
4. Funny How Time Slips Away
5. You Are My Sunshine
6. (What A) Wonderful World
7. It Ain\'t Me Babe
8. Fingerpoppin\'
9. Help Me Make it Through The Night
10. Another Time, Another place

Bryan Ferry - Mamouna

1. Don\'t Want to Know
2. N.Y.C.
3. Your Painted Smile
4. Mamouna
5. The Only Face
6. The 39 Steps
7. Which Way to Turn
8. Wildcat Days
9. Gemini Moon
10. Chain Reaction

Roxy Music is an English art rock group founded in the early 1970s by art school graduate Bryan Ferry (vocals and keyboards). The other members are Phil Manzanera (guitars), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe) and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion). Former members are Brian Eno (synthesizer and \"treatments\"), and Eno\'s replacement Eddie Jobson (synthesizer and violin). Extant from 1971 through 1983, they reunited for a concert tour in 2001, and have announced that they are recording a new album for a yet-to-be-confirmed release date.

Roxy Music attained mainstream popular and critical success in the UK and Europe through the 1970s and early 1980s, beginning with their chart-topping debut album, Roxy Music in 1972.[1]. The band proved to be a significant influence on the early English punk movement, as well as providing a model for many New Wave acts and the subsequent New Romantic and experimental electronic groups of the early 1980s. Ferry and co-founding member Brian Eno have also had broadly influential solo careers, and Eno in particular has emerged one of the most significant record producers of the late 20th century, with credits including landmark albums by Devo, Talking Heads and U2.

Formation and first two albums (1970–73)
In November 1970, ceramics teacher and aspiring rock musician Bryan Ferry advertised for a keyboard player to collaborate with him and Graham Simpson, a bass player he knew from his art college band, The Gas Board. Earlier in 1970 Ferry had auditioned as lead singer for King Crimson (who were seeking a replacement for departed vocalist Greg Lake) and although Robert Fripp and Pete Sinfield decided that Ferry\'s voice was unsuitable for King Crimson\'s material, they were impressed with his talent and they subsequently helped the fledgling Roxy Music to obtain a contract with E.G. Records.

Andy MacKay replied to Ferry\'s advertisement, not as a keyboard player but as a saxophonist and oboist; however, he did possess a VCS3 synthesiser. Andy met Brian Eno during university days, as both were interested in avant-garde and electronic music. It was some time later that they met again; although Eno was a self-confessed non-musician, he could operate a synthesizer and owned a Revox reel-to-reel tape machine, so Mackay convinced him to join the band as a technical adviser. Before long Eno was a performing member of the group. After Dexter Lloyd, a classically-trained timpanist, left the band an ad was placed in Melody Maker magazine saying wonder drummer wanted for an avante rock group. Paul Thompson responded to the ad and joined the line-up in June 1971. Soon after, guitarist Phil Manzanera replaced former Nice guitarist David O\'List, making Roxy Music a six-piece band. With this line-up, their first album Roxy Music was recorded in March and released in June 1972 in Island Records, receiving good reviews and reached number one on the UK charts in late 1972. The group\'s name was partly an homage to the titles of old cinemas and dance halls, and partly a pun on the word \'rock\'. Ferry had first named the band Roxy, but learning of an American band with the same name prompted the alteration of the name.

Simpson was sacked and replaced with Rik Kenton.

To garner more attention to their album, Roxy Music decided to record and release a single. Their debut single was \"Virginia Plain\", which reached #4 in the British charts. The band\'s eclectic visual image, captured in their debut performance on the BBC\'s Top of the Pops, became a cornerstone for the glam trend in the UK; the TOTP video of \"Virginia Plain\" was later parodied by the British comedy series Big Train. The single sparked a renewed interest in the album.

Soon after \"Virginia Plain\", Rik Kenton departed the band.

The next album, For Your Pleasure (recorded with guest bass player John Porter) was released in March 1973. It marked the beginning of the band\'s long, successful collaboration with producer Chris Thomas and recording engineer Bill Price, who worked on all of the group\'s classic albums and singles in the 1970s. The album was promoted with the non-album single \"Pyjamarama\", but no album track was released as a single. At the time, Ferry was dating French model Amanda Lear, who was photographed with a black jaguar for the cover of For Your Pleasure (Ferry appears on the back cover as a dapper driver standing in front of a limousine).

[edit] Stranded, Country Life, Siren, and solo projects (1974–77)
Soon after recording For Your Pleasure, Brian Eno left Roxy Music amidst increasing differences with Ferry over the direction and running of the group (and, as some have contended, over a personal feud that developed between the two). The other members of the band are reported to have shared some of Eno\'s concerns about Ferry\'s dominance, but they elected to remain in the group. The band would never again settle on a permanent bass player. John Gustafson, John Wetton, Gary Tibbs and Alan Spenner among others would fill the revolving role.

Eno was replaced by 19-year-old multi-instrumentalist Eddie Jobson, formerly of progressive rockers Curved Air, who played both keyboards and electric violin. Although some fans lamented the loss of the experimental attitude and camp aesthetic that Eno had brought to the band, the classically-trained Jobson was a dynamic and accomplished musician. His arrival reinvigorated the group, with his keyboard expertise freeing Ferry from his keyboard duties on stage, as well as lending greater refinement to the group\'s studio recordings. His dazzling electric violin skills added an exciting new dimension to the band\'s sound, as showcased on the song \"Out of the Blue\". Eno himself later acknowledged the quality of the two albums that followed his departure, Stranded (1973) and Country Life (1974), and they are widely regarded as being among the most original and consistent British rock albums of the period. Rolling Stone referred to the albums as marking \"the zenith of contemporary British art rock\". The songs on these albums also cemented Ferry\'s persona as the epitome of the suave, jaded Euro-sophisticate. Although this persona undoubtedly began as a deliberately ironic device, during the mid-1970s it seemed to merge with Ferry\'s real life, as the working-class miner\'s son from the north of England became an international rock star, an icon of male style who had love affairs with many beautiful women, among them Playboy playmate Marilyn Cole (who appeared on the cover of the Stranded album) and fashion models Amanda Lear (who would later date David Bowie) and Jerry Hall (who later became the common law wife of Mick Jagger).

On the first two Roxy albums, all songs were written solely by Bryan Ferry. Beginning with Stranded, Mackay and Manzanera began to co-write some material. Gradually, their songwriting and musicianship became more integrated into the band\'s sound, although Ferry remained the dominant songwriter; throughout their career, all but one of Roxy\'s singles were written either wholly or jointly by Ferry. Stranded was released in November 1973, and produced the top-10 single \"Street Life\".

The fourth album, Country Life, was released in 1974, and was the first Roxy Music album to enter the US Top 40, albeit at #37. Country Life was met with widespread critical acclaim, with Rolling Stone referring to it \"as if Ferry ran a cabaret for psychotics, featuring chanteurs in a state of shock\".[4] Their fifth album, Siren, contained their only US hit, \"Love is the Drug\". (Ferry said the song came to him while kicking the leaves during a walk through Hyde Park.) At this time Ferry was involved in a high profile relationship with Texas-born supermodel Jerry Hall. Hall had a small impact on the group, being the subject of the Roxy song \"Prairie Rose\" (from Country Life), a song that directly inspired the Talking Heads song \"The Big Country\". \"Prairie Rose\" was later covered by the Scottish rock group Big Country as a B-side to their single \"Where The Rose is Sown\" in 1984. Hall is also featured on the cover of the Siren LP and in the video for Ferry\'s 1976 international solo hit, a cover of Wilbert Harrison\'s \"Let\'s Stick Together\".

Following the concert tours in support of Siren in 1976, Roxy Music disbanded. During this time Ferry released two solo records on which Manzanera and Thompson performed, and Manzanera reunited with Eno on the critically acclaimed one-off 801 Live album.

[edit] Final albums and break-up (1978–83)
Roxy Music reunited in 1978 to record a new album, Manifesto, but with a reshuffled line-up. Jobson was not present (reportedly not contacted for the reunion) as Ferry decided to perform keyboards himself. After the tour and prior to the recording of the next album, Flesh + Blood, Thompson broke his thumb in a motorcycle mishap and took a leave from the band (and soon after left permanently). The three remaining members were supplemented by a variety of session players over the next few years, including Andy Newmark, Neil Hubbard and Alan Spenner.

The changed line-up reflected a distinct change in Roxy\'s musical approach. Gone were the jagged and unpredictable elements of the group\'s sound, giving way to smoother (some would say blander) musical arrangements. Rolling Stone panned Manifesto—\"Roxy Music has not gone disco. Roxy Music has not particularly gone anywhere else either\"—as well as Flesh + Blood (\"such a shockingly bad Roxy Music record that it provokes a certain fascination\"). Later, with more sombre and carefully-sculpted soundscapes, the band\'s eighth—and, until their 21st-century reunion, final—album, Avalon (1982), was a major commercial success and restored the group\'s critical reputation (Rolling Stone: \"Avalon takes a long time to kick in, but it finally does, and it\'s a good one.\") The trio toured extensively until 1983, when Bryan Ferry dissolved the band and band members devoted themselves full time to solo careers (see below).

[edit] Reunion and new album (2001–present)
Ferry, Manzanera, Mackay, and Thompson re-formed in 2001 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band and toured extensively. A festival appearance in Portugal and a short tour of the USA followed in 2003. Absent was Brian Eno, who criticized the motives of the band\'s reunion, saying, \"I just don\'t like the idea. It leaves a bad taste.\"[7] Later Eno remarked that his comment had been taken out of context. Manzanera and Thompson recorded and toured with Ferry on his 2002 album Frantic. Eno also contributed to Frantic on the track \"I Thought\".

In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the group #98 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

Roxy Music returned to the stage for a live performance at the 2005 Isle of Wight Festival on 11 June 2005, their first UK concert since the 2001-2002 world tour. On 2 July 2005, the band played \"Jealous Guy\", \"Do the Strand\" and \"Love is the Drug\" at the Berlin contribution to Live8; only \"Do the Strand\" was available on the DVD.

In March 2005 it was announced on Phil Manzanera\'s official site that the band, including Brian Eno, had decided to record an album of new material. The project would mark the first time Eno worked with Roxy Music since 1973\'s For Your Pleasure. After a number of denials that he would be involved with any Roxy Music reunion, on 19 May 2006 Eno revealed that he had contributed two songs to the new album as well as playing keyboards on other tracks. He did, however, rule out touring with the band. The record will also be the first since Manifesto on which original drummer Paul Thompson performs.

Roxy Music on stage during concert at London\'s ExCeL Exhibition Centre, July 2006In early 2006, a lesser-known Roxy track, \"The Main Thing\", was remixed by Malcolm Green and used as the soundtrack to a pan-European television commercial for the Opel Vectra. The film featured legendary football referee Pierluigi Collina, whose sartorial elegance somewhat echoed Ferry\'s. The remix was immediately popular across the continent and the UK, bringing Roxy to a new generation of viewers and fans.

In July 2006, the band toured Europe. They concentrated mostly on places they\'ve never visited before, visiting for a first time Serbia and Republic of Macedonia. Roxy Music\'s second drummer Andy Newmark handled the tour as Thompson withdrew due to health issues.

In a March 2007 interview with the Western Daily Press, Ferry confirmed that although the next Roxy Music album is definitely in the making it will not see light for another \"year and a half\", as Ferry had just released and toured behind his twelfth studio album, Dylanesque, consisting of Bob Dylan covers

In June 2007 the band hired Liverpool based design agency to develop their new website supporting their new album. Early in the year, Phil Manzanera revealed that the band are planning to sign a record contract. In an October 2007 interview, Ferry said that the album would include a collaboration with Scissor Sisters.

Solo work
Main articles: Bryan Ferry, Brian Eno, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera, and Paul Thompson (musician)
All members of Roxy Music have prolific careers. Ferry\'s solo career had already begun in 1973 while he was still very much a member of Roxy Music, and his solo albums (mostly containing ironic cover versions of pop standards) alternated with Roxy\'s releases. Ferry\'s solo debut, These Foolish Things, is notable as one of the first and best examples of the much-imitated trend that has seen scores of rock musicians recording albums made up of cover versions of songs from earlier eras chosen for their influence on the performer\'s musical development. Ferry\'s battle with writer\'s block, however, was probably a factor in his choice to perform cover songs. The same year, David Bowie\'s Pin Ups adopted a similar formula, also employed earlier in Ringo Starr\'s Sentimental Journey.

Manzanera and Mackay undertook solo projects, both of them with Thompson drumming, and Manzanera also played guitar on many of Eno\'s solo and collaborative recordings of the mid-1970s. Manzanera and Mackay, along with Thompson and Jobson, also took part in various of Ferry\'s solo recordings (some of which included reworkings of old Roxy material), and Manzanera regularly played with Ferry on his solo tours.

After their last album and tour, Mackay, Manzanera, and Ferry all released solo albums. Ferry\'s solo career has continued uninterrupted. Andy Newmark participated on all of Ferry\'s subsequent records and tours. Thompson worked as a session drummer for various artists; his post-Roxy session work included such diverse acts as a punk band The Angelic Upstarts on their 1983 album Reason Why and blues-rocker Gary Moore on his Emerald Aisles Live In Ireland tour in 1985, which was released on video. In 1990-91, Thompson replaced Harry Rushakoff as the drummer in Concrete Blonde, during which time they had their biggest hit with the single \"Joey\".

In 1984, Manzanera and Mackay teamed with vocalist James Wraith to form The Explorers. Signed to Virgin, the band released a self-titled album and a number of singles (among them \"Venus de Milo\" and \"Falling for Nightlife\", the latter of which was not included on the LP version), but none of their material charted in England. Virgin dropped the band while they were in the studio recording a second album. This eventually emerged in 1990 under the name Manzanera / Mackay. In 1987, Manzanera teamed with former Roxy and King Crimson bassist John Wetton for the LP Wetton/Manzanera.

Style and legacy
Roxy Music was one of the first rock groups who created and maintained a carefully crafted look and style that included their stage presentation, music videos, album and single cover designs, and promotional materials such as posters and badges. Legendary critic Lester Bangs went so far as to say that Roxy represented \"the triumph of artifice\".The band\'s debut album, produced by King Crimson\'s Pete Sinfield, was the first in a series of increasingly sophisticated album covers, art-directed by Ferry in collaboration with his art school friend Nicholas De Ville.

The album artwork for the first five Roxy LPs imitated the visual style of classic \"girlie\" and fashion magazines, featuring high-fashion shots of scantily-clad models Amanda Lear, Marilyn Cole and Jerry Hall, each of whom had romances with Ferry during the time of their contributions (as well as model Kari-Ann Muller who appears on the cover of the first Roxy album but who was not otherwise involved with anyone in the band, and who later married Mick Jagger\'s brother Chris). The title of the fourth Roxy album, Country Life, was intended as a parody of the well-known British rural magazine of the same name, and the visually punning front cover photo featured two lingerie clad models (two German fans, Constanze Karoli (sister of Michael Karoli, from Can) and Eveline Grunwald standing in a forest. As a result, in many areas of the United States the album was sold in an opaque plastic wrapper because retailers refused to display the cover.

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