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The Bride Stripped Bare (1978). A mixture of originals and covers, a little "spotty" in places but another solid album, a bit under-rated in some quarters. 7.0 out of 10. Boys and Girls (1985). With Roxy Music having given its final bow with the masterpiece Avalon in 1982, here is Bryan's long-awaited sequel, produced masterfully again by Rhett Davies, mixed by Bob Clearmountain. This album is less well known than Avalon but is every ounce its equal. This is a marvel of modern recording and mixing technology, and Ludwig's remaster gives you the most of it. Impossible to resist, this album will take you away to a different world, you'll love it if you have a romantic bone in your body. A true demo disc to show off your system. 9.5 out of 10, 10 being Avalon. Filename F:\1988 - The Ultimate Collection\Bryan Ferry with Roxy Music - The Ultimate Collection.wav Note: The LP's sleeve notes includes "thanks" to a list of musicians. Only their names are mentioned, whilst their instruments and the exact songs on which they play are not. The following list merely tentatively mentions the instruments the same musicians have played on other Ferry records.

Accurately ripped, or (23/27) differs in 128 samples @00:21:18,00:23:45,00:24:42,00:31:16,00:35:71,00:38:59,00:39:56,00:43:41,00:44:37,00:46:28,00:47:24,00:49:15,00:56:58,00:58:51,01:02:36,01:06:19,01:07:49,01:09:09,01:11:20,01:12:68,01:24:27,01:25:23,01:26:20,01:32:33,01:35:59,01:37:53,01:45:21,01:49:41,01:50:02,01:51:33,01:52:30,02:00:16,02:07:03,02:10:31,02:11:26,02:13:20,02:15:09,02:16:04,02:17:00,02:20:22,02:26:38,02:27:35,02:28:31,02:29:28,02:30:25,02:33:15,02:36:05,02:53:18,02:53:74,02:55:11,03:02:58,03:11:24,03:12:21,03:13:17,03:15:10,03:19:68,03:22:57,03:23:53,03:25:09,03:26:42,03:28:69,03:30:28,03:31:25,03:33:16,03:38:33,03:39:32,03:39:66,03:43:23,03:45:53,03:53:31 Another Time Another Place (1974). Another covers album, and a perfect extension of These Foolish Things. Another mix of the modern with the older, complimented by Bryan's ever-improving buttery floaty bird-like croon. 7.5 out of 10. Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge. Accurately ripped, or (23/27) differs in 19 samples @00:38:11,00:39:54,00:44:71,00:48:46,01:00:02,01:09:32,01:16:50,01:55:27,02:08:64,02:35:08,02:49:73,03:03:52,03:29:19,03:35:30,03:42:00 OK, I'm a big fan, especially of Roxy Music, so I went out and bought every single Bryan Ferry solo remaster from 2000, all done expertly well by the great Bob Ludwig, in HDCD if you have a compatible player. If you are a Roxy fan (and how could you not be), Bryan's solo albums have so much to offer, they should not be overlooked, they in many ways meet that impossibly high standard set by his main band. You have to chase these albums down if you are in the USA, they are UK imports. I can't see how anyone could be disappointed by these remasters, or the Ludwig-remastered Roxy Music HDCDs from 1999. It's hard to believe how good these sound, just awesome. So here's one fan's evaluation of these albums:


Taxi (1993). A relatively dashed-off sounding albums of covers, will remind the listener of his earliest works, much more simple and less produced than his more recent work. His voice is holding up but fraying at the edges. Still a strong effort. 7.0 out of 10.

Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992 (illustrateded.). St Ives, N.S.W.: Australian Chart Book. p.429. ISBN 0-646-11917-6. As Ferry's first solo all-original LP effort, released after Ferry's band Roxy Music went on a four-year hiatus, it was supported by an extensive tour. The Village Voice 's Robert Christgau wrote in his review of In Your Mind: "Ferry has custom-designed a new line of songs for his solo concept, rather than borrowing from early Roxy or his humble forebears, and especially on side one the stuff is appealingly down-to-earth." [2] In 1992's The Rolling Stone Album Guide, Mark Coleman said that " In Your Mind strives for the windswept, bracing impact of Roxy Music's classic Siren. The surfeit of Ferry's compositions is gratifying, though even the hookiest (' Tokyo Joe,' 'Party Doll') merely restate Roxy's familiar romantic and musical themes." [4]

As Time Goes By (1999). An all-covers album composed of standards from before the 40s. Bryan's voice is now showing very clear signs of age and ruination. Still, around half of this album is essential, another worthy entry in his cannon. 6.5 out of 10.

Coleman, Mark (1992). "Bryan Ferry". In DeCurtis, Anthony; Henke, James; George-Warren, Holly (eds.). The Rolling Stone Album Guide (3rded.). Random House. pp.243–44. ISBN 0-679-73729-4.Filename F:\Bryan Ferry\1978 - The Bride Stripped Bare (Japan HDCD)\Bryan Ferry - The Bride Stripped Bare.wav Filename F:\Bryan Ferry\1995 - More Than This (The Best Of Bryan Ferry + Roxy Music)\Bryan Ferry And Roxy Music - More Than This.wav Austriancharts.at – Bryan Ferry – In Your Mind" (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 13 November 2020.

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