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Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry
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England
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Bryan Ferry, CBE (born 26 September 1945) is an English singer-songwriter and musician. He came to prominence in the early 1970s as the lead vocalist and principal songwriter with the art rock band Roxy Music, which released three number one albums and ten singles entering the top ten charts in the United Kingdom during the 1970s and the 1980s. In addition to keeping Roxy Music going, he has had a successful solo career.
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http://bryanferry.com
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Releases on file (28)
Bryan Ferry — Avonmore Bryan Ferry — Avonmore
(BMG 859381012153, 2014, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Olympia Bryan Ferry — Olympia
(Virgin CDV 3086, 2010, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Dylanesque Bryan Ferry — Dylanesque
(Virgin CDV3026, 2007, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Frantic Bryan Ferry — Frantic
(Virgin CDV1R167, 2002, CD)
Bryan Ferry — As Time Goes By Bryan Ferry — As Time Goes By
(Virgin 7243 8 48270 2 1, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales Various Artists — Supernatural Fairy Tales
(Rhino Records R2 72451, 1996, 5CD)
Bryan Ferry — Mamouna Bryan Ferry — Mamouna
(Virgin CDV2751, 1994, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Taxi Bryan Ferry — Taxi
(Reprise 9 45246-2, 1993, CD)
Roxy Music — Heart Still Beating Roxy Music — Heart Still Beating
(Virgin ROXYCD10, 1990/1999, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Bête Noire Bryan Ferry — Bête Noire
(Virgin CDV2474, 1987, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Boys and Girls Bryan Ferry — Boys and Girls
(E.G. Records EGCD 62, 1985, CD)
Roxy Music — The High Road Roxy Music — The High Road
(Warner Bros 9 23808-1 B, 1983, LP)
Roxy Music — Avalon Roxy Music — Avalon
(Virgin ROXYCD9, 1982/1999, CD)
Francis Monkman — Dweller on the Threshold Francis Monkman — Dweller on the Threshold
(Voiceprint VP246CD, 1981/2007, CD)
Roxy Music — Flesh + Blood Roxy Music — Flesh + Blood
(Virgin ROXYCD8, 1980/1999, CD)
Eddie Jobson — 1971-1979 The Band Years Eddie Jobson — 1971-1979 The Band Years
((Not on label) no#, 1979/2018, 2CD)
Bryan Ferry — The Bride Stripped Bare Bryan Ferry — The Bride Stripped Bare
(Polydor 2302 081, 1978, LP)
Bryan Ferry — In Your Mind Bryan Ferry — In Your Mind
(Polydor 2302 055, 1977, LP)
Bryan Ferry — Let's Stick Together Bryan Ferry — Let's Stick Together
(Island Records ILPS 9367, 1976, LP)
Roxy Music — Manifesto Roxy Music — Manifesto
(Virgin ROXYCD7, 1976/1999, CD)
Roxy Music — Viva! Roxy Music Roxy Music — Viva! Roxy Music
(Virgin ROXYCDX6, 1976/1999, CD)
Roxy Music — Siren Roxy Music — Siren
(Virgin ROXYCD5, 1975/1999, CD)
Bryan Ferry — Another Time, Another Place Bryan Ferry — Another Time, Another Place
(Island Records LPS 9284, 1974, LP)
Roxy Music — Country Life Roxy Music — Country Life
(Virgin ROXYCD4, 1974/1999, CD)
Roxy Music — For Your Pleasure Roxy Music — For Your Pleasure
(Virgin ROXYCD2, 1973/1999, CD)
Roxy Music — Stranded Roxy Music — Stranded
(Virgin ROXYCD3, 1973/1999, CD)
Bryan Ferry — These Foolish Things Bryan Ferry — These Foolish Things
(Island Records ILPS 9249, 1973, LP)
Roxy Music — Roxy Music Roxy Music — Roxy Music
(Virgin ROXYCD1, 1972/1999, CD)

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