Top Bryan Ferry Albums
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Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974
Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974
[2020]
Bitter-Sweet
Bitter-Sweet
[2018]
BRYAN FERRY Interview
BRYAN FERRY Interview
[2016]
Avonmore
Avonmore
[2014]
Alphaville - EP
Alphaville - EP
[2011]
You Can Dance
You Can Dance
[2010]
Dylanesque
Dylanesque
[2007]
Frantic
Frantic
[2002]
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
[1999]
The Bride Stripped Bare
The Bride Stripped Bare
[1999]
Boys and Girls
Boys and Girls
[1985]
In Your Mind
In Your Mind
[1977]
Let's Stick Together
Let's Stick Together
[1976]
Another Time, Another Place
Another Time, Another Place
[1974]
These Foolish Things
These Foolish Things
[1973]
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I Put A Spell On You Don't Stop The Dance Let's Stick Together Slave To Love Jealous Guy Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Limbo Broken Wings Sign Of The Times Tokyo Joe Sensation It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Windswept The Right Stuff Dance Away Seven Deadly Sins Don't Want To Know Mamouna Zamba What Goes On Your Painted Smile Rock Of Ages All Night Operator Day For Night New Town Ja Nun Hons Pris Avalon Dance With Life I Thought Reason Or Rhyme Chance Meeting Valentine Alphaville Goddess Of Love You Go To My Head Goin' Down Stone Woman Sea Breezes Carrickfergus All Along The Watchtower Piece Of My Heart Hold On (i'm Coming) Same Old Blues Simple Twist Of Fate Girl Of My Best Friend I'm In The Mood For Love Is Your Love Strong Enough Take Me To The River If Not For You Answer Me This Is Tomorrow Which Way To Turn Gates Of Eden Sympathy For The Devil Make You Feel My Love This Island Earth When She Walks In The Room Knockin' On Heaven's Door Chain Reaction Wildcat Days Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Can't Let Go That's How Strong My Love Is In Your Mind Positively 4th Street It's My Party Gemini Moon While My Heart Is Still Beating The In Crowd You Can Dance Funny How Time Slips Away A Fool For Love Hiroshima... You Are My Sunshine Nobody Love Me Boys And Girls Whatever Gets You Thru The Night Song To The Siren Me Oh My One Way Love 2Hb Walk A Mile In My Shoes Cruel Help Me Make It Through The Night San Simeon It Ain't Me Babe Heartache By Numbers One Night The Chosen One Bf Bass (Ode To Olympia) Heart On My Sleeve Shameless Fingerpoppin' Shame, Shame, Shame Tender Is The Night The Price Of Love Casanova No Face, No Name, No Number Another Time, Another Place You Do Something To Me Sonnet Xviii Love Me Or Leave Me I'll See You Again In Every Dream Home A Heartache Amazing Grace Crazy Love Time On My Hands Where Or When The Way You Look Tonight Will You Love Me Tomorrow It's Only Love The Times They Are A-changin' Taxi When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful I Love How You Love Me Party Doll A Hard Rain's A - Gonna Fall This Love Easy Living If I Didn't Care Sweet & Lovely Just One Of Those Things Feel The Need Don't Ever Change N. Y. C. The 39 Steps The Only Face Falling In Love Again All I Really Want To Do One Kiss September Song Love Me Madly Again The Track Of My Tears These Foolish Things Roadrunner The Name Of The Game (what A) Wonderful World Bete Noire All Tomorrow's Parties As The World Turns Rescue Me Baby I Don't Care Just One Look Lover, Come Back To Me Miss Otis Regrets Kiss & Tell Four Letter Love Don't Worry Baby River Of Salt Loop De Li A Waste Land Goodnight Irene Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Driving Me Wild You Won't See Me Bitter-sweet
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Related Information for Bryan Ferry
Bryan Ferry (born 26 September 1945 in Washington, Tyne and Wear, England) is a British singer-songwriter and musician. Famed for his suave visual and vocal style, he came to public prominence in the 70s as the lead singer of the art rock group Roxy Music. After influencing many later bands with his crooning vocals and fashion sense, he has had a highly successful solo career upon leaving the group in 1984.Ferry formed Roxy Music with a group of friends and acquaintances, beginning with musician Graham Simpson, in November 1970. The line-up expanded to include saxophonist/oboist Andy Mackay and his acquaintance Brian Eno, who owned tape recorders and played Mackay's synthesizer. Ferry's background in art school, influenced... read more