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Bryan Ferry
CD Reviews
Orchestra - The Jazz Age
Review by Larry Toering
This is essentially a collection of jazz versions of various tracks between Ferry’s solo and Roxy Music material.

DVD Reviews
Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque Live – The London Sessions DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always enjoyed Roxy Music (the band for which Bryan Ferry is most famous), but never been what you would call a “fan.” I’ve never followed his solo career.
Bryan Ferry - Live In Lyon DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Say what you will about Bryan Ferry, but the man has always been a very artistic individual and a great performer.

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This album has a lot of guest performers. It has about as many different styles and moods, too.

Roxy Music - More Than This: The Story of Roxy Music DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I never really followed Roxy Music when they were around. I now wish I had.
Various Artists - Riding the Rock Machine - British Seventies Classic Rock
Review by Gary Hill
I have heard arguments that say that the 1970s were the decade with the best music. Like any decade, they had a lot of garbage music

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