Bryan Ferry - The Ultimate Collection [EG] flac mp3
The Ultimate Collection is a compilation album by Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music, first released in 1988. Unlike the 1986 compilation album Street Life, which was predominantly Roxy Music material, The Ultimate Collection focuses more on Ferry's solo career. It includes the previously unreleased track "He'll Have to Go", which was released as a single by Ferry in 1989, and the track "Help Me" which had only been released as a single in the USA in 1986.
Bryan Ferry, CBE (born 26 September 1945) is an English singer, musician, and songwriter. Ferry came to prominence in the early 1970s as lead vocalist and principal songwriter with the band Roxy Music, who enjoyed a highly successful career with three number one albums and ten singles entering th. ore . Year: 1988. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Ultimate Collection Album.
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BRYAN FERRY WITH ROXY MUSIC - The Ultimate Collection. Presented in a great original Cassette box complete with picture Insert. This is one of 10000 singles LP's, 12 and 7" that I HAVE COLLECTED OVER THE LAST 30 YEARS; they run from the 1950's to the 2000's and cover every style of music.
Bryan ferry - the collection CD ( roxy music ) greatest hits, best of 70's new. Bryan Ferry - The Ultimate Collection.
The Ultimate Collection is a compilation album by Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music, first released in 1988.
Bryan Ferry - The Ultimate Collection. Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music. Let's Stick Together is a 1976 album by Bryan Ferry. His third solo release, it was his first following the disbanding of Roxy Music earlier in the year.
Ferry did not record another solo album until 1985's Boys and Girls, a sleek, seamless effort that was his first "official" solo release following the Roxy breakup. For 1987's Bete Noire, he was joined by former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr on the shimmering "The Right Stuff," and notched his only . Top 40 hit with "Kiss and Tell. In 2012, he assembled the Bryan Ferry Orchestra and recorded The Jazz Age.
|1||Let's Stick Together Wilbert Harrison||Bryan Ferry|
|2||The "In" Crowd Billy Page||Bryan Ferry|
|3||Angel Eyes Bryan Ferry / Andy Mackay||Bryan Ferry|
|4||He'll Have to Go||Bryan Ferry|
|5||Tokyo Joe Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry|
|6||All I Want Is You Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry|
|7||Jealous Guy John Lennon||Bryan Ferry feat: Roxy Music|
|8||The Price of Love Don Everly / Phil Everly||Bryan Ferry|
|9||Don't Stop the Dance Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry|
|10||Love Is the Drug Bryan Ferry / Andy Mackay||Bryan Ferry feat: Roxy Music|
|11||This Is Tomorrow Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry|
|12||Slave to Love Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry|
|13||Help Me||Bryan Ferry|
|14||Avalon Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry feat: Roxy Music|
|15||Dance Away Bryan Ferry||Bryan Ferry feat: Roxy Music|
CreditsDon Everly - Composer
Phil Everly - Composer
Bryan Ferry - Composer, Harmonica, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Wilbert Harrison - Composer
John Lennon - Composer
Andy Mackay - Composer
Billy Page - Composer
Roxy Music - Primary Artist