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Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974

Bryan Ferry

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Only a year after the release of the first Roxy Music album, Bryan Ferry also put out his first record. A frenzy of material which allowed the British dandy to satisfy his passion for performance, plain and simple. On These Foolish Things (1973), the leader of Roxy Music covers Dylan, The Beatles, The Stones, The Beach Boys, The Four Tops and Elvis, whereas Another Time, Another Place (1974) sees him revisiting Dylan but also Sam Cooke, Ike Turner, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Joe South and a few gems from some 60s girl groups. Unpublished until now, this live recording from the Royal Albert Hall in London in December 1974 is essentially made up of these two solo albums. Irony, mismatch and the exuberance of the glam philosophy shine out during every second of this grandiose and bombastic concert which sees three members of Roxy Music join him on stage: the guitarist Phil Manzanera (insane!), drummer Paul Thompson and bassist John Porter. With a smoking jacket, flares, and long hair, Bryan Ferry delivers a performance as decadent as they come, kicking tradition to the kerb. Champagne, bubble bath and rock’n’roll! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Bryan Ferry

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1
Sympathy for the Devil (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:05:12

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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2
I Love How You Love Me (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:56

Larry Kolber, Composer, Writer - Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Kolber, Composer - Barry Mann, Composer, Writer - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Mann, Composer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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3
Baby I Don't Care (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:01:47

Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Jerry Leiber, Composer, Writer - Mike Stoller, Composer, Writer - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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4
It's My Party (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:03

Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Wally Gold, Composer, Writer - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - John Gluck JR, Composer, Writer - H Wiener, Composer - J Gluck, Composer - W Gold, Composer - Herb Weiner, Composer, Writer - Seymour Gottlieb, Composer, Writer - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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5
Don't Worry Baby (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:03:33

Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Brian Wilson, Composer, Writer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Roger Christian, Composer, Writer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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6
Another Time, Another Place (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:04:30

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Composer, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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7
Fingerpoppin' (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:23

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - Ike Turner, Composer, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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8
The Tracks of My Tears (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:39

Marvin Tarplin, Composer, Writer - Warren Moore, Composer, Writer - Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - WILLIAM ROBINSON, Composer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - SMOKEY ROBINSON, Composer, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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9
You Won't See Me (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:41

Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - John Lennon, Composer, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Composer, Writer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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10
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:02:42

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Jerome Kern, Composer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - Otto Harbach, Composer, Writer - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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11
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:04:24

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Bob Dylan, Composer, Writer - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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12
A Really Good Time (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:03:44

Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Composer, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

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13
The 'In' Crowd (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:04:08

Billy Page, Composer, Writer - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

2020 Dene Jesmond Enterprises Ltd. under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2020 Dene Jesmond Enterprises Ltd. under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

14
These Foolish Things (Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974)
00:05:59

Roger Ball, Arranger - Martyn Ford, Conductor - Paul Thompson, Drums - Chris Mercer, Saxophone - Rhett Davies, Producer - Bryan Ferry, Producer, MainArtist - JOHN PORTER, Guitar, Musical Director Conductor - Jack Strachey, Composer - John Wetton, Bass Guitar - Eric Maschwitz, Writer - Simon Willey, Engineer - Tim Roe, Engineer - Phil Manzanera, Guitar - Frank Arkwright, Engineer - Holt Marvell, Writer - Eddie Jobson, Piano, Violin - Martyn Ford Orchestra, Orchestra

2020 Dene Jesmond Enterprises Ltd. under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2020 Dene Jesmond Enterprises Ltd. under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Only a year after the release of the first Roxy Music album, Bryan Ferry also put out his first record. A frenzy of material which allowed the British dandy to satisfy his passion for performance, plain and simple. On These Foolish Things (1973), the leader of Roxy Music covers Dylan, The Beatles, The Stones, The Beach Boys, The Four Tops and Elvis, whereas Another Time, Another Place (1974) sees him revisiting Dylan but also Sam Cooke, Ike Turner, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Joe South and a few gems from some 60s girl groups. Unpublished until now, this live recording from the Royal Albert Hall in London in December 1974 is essentially made up of these two solo albums. Irony, mismatch and the exuberance of the glam philosophy shine out during every second of this grandiose and bombastic concert which sees three members of Roxy Music join him on stage: the guitarist Phil Manzanera (insane!), drummer Paul Thompson and bassist John Porter. With a smoking jacket, flares, and long hair, Bryan Ferry delivers a performance as decadent as they come, kicking tradition to the kerb. Champagne, bubble bath and rock’n’roll! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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