Biography

Famous British musician Bryan Ferry was born in 1945 in English city Washington. For numerous music lovers his name is associated with the band Roxy Music’s creativity, however Ferry was also very successful in his solo career and he released many strong and original albums. Bryan’s composition regularly peaked at the top lines of world charts, which proved the highest level of the singer’s skills.

Ferry has been interested in various arts since his very childhood. Of course, Bryan enjoyed the music, but also he was pleased by visual art. Thus, he entered the painting faculty of University of Newcastle upon Tyne (it is worth mentioning that Ferry had his own two-week exhibition in 1967). One way or another, the singer was inseparable with the music: he formed a rhythm-n-blues band The Banshees. A bit later he became a member of the group called The Gas Board, where he met the future bassist of Roxy Music.

Roxy Music’s line-up was complete by 1971, so the musical experts acclaimed the new group and noted both their progressive music and an amazing sense of humor. Albums Roxy Music (1972) and For Your Pleasure (1973) attracted numerous listeners’ attention, while Bryan Ferry created a reputation of an extremely talented front man and singer. Being the leader of Roxy Music, Ferry still found the time and strength to create solo albums. His debut record titled These Foolish Things saw the light in 1973. It included original cover-versions of Bob Dylan’s A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, The Rolling Stones’ Sympathy For The Devil and other compositions. Bryan’s interpretations were really enjoyed by the listeners, and that fact was proved by the Golden Status of These Foolish Things.

The artist always had plenty of ideas that were realized in his studio attempts. For example Ferry recorded the album Boys And Girls (1985) together with such famous musicians as Guy Fletcher, Omar Hakim and David Gilmour. Of course the result turned out to be wonderful: there was no surprise that Boys And Girls took the first line of the UK Chart. Bryan’s new long play titled Olympia was issued in 2010. There are absolutely no doubts in that album’s quality. Olympia proved to be traditionally strong, while its signature atmosphere and mood will be enjoyed by the singer’s old fans and by many lovers of honest and original music.

Studio Albums

Bryan Ferry, Olympia mp3Olympia
Besides that Brian Ferry is already sixty-five, and his voice is still charming, his new album Olympia's value is also the participation of a constellation of renowned musicians in its creation
2010
  • Pop
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, Dylanesque mp3Dylanesque
As a connoisseur of music by other artists, with a specific love of the blues, Ferry brought back to life the famous hits from the skillful creator Bob Dylan. Even though some of the songs are a bit generic, the majority is inventive and rewarding
2007
  • Adult Contemporary
  • Pop
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, Frantic mp3Frantic
2002
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, As Time Goes By mp3As Time Goes By
1999
  • Standards
  • Vocal Jazz
Bryan Ferry, Mamouna mp3Mamouna
1994
  • Art Rock
  • Pop/Rock
  • Synth Pop
Bryan Ferry, Taxi mp3Taxi
1993
  • New Romantic
  • Pop
  • Pop/Rock
  • Synth Pop
Bryan Ferry, Bete Noire mp3Bete Noire
1987
  • New Romantic
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, Boys and Girls mp3Boys and Girls
1985
  • New Romantic
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, In Your Mind mp3In Your Mind
1977
  • Pop/Rock
Bryan Ferry, Let's Stick Together mp3Let's Stick Together
1976
  • Glam Rock
  • Pop
  • Pop/Rock
  • Rock
  • Rock & Roll
Bryan Ferry, Another Time, Another Place mp3Another Time, Another Place
1974
  • Pop/Rock
  • Standards

Compilation albums

Bryan Ferry, The Ultimate Collection: With Roxy Music mp3The Ultimate Collection: With Roxy Music
1988
  • Glam Rock
  • New Romantic
  • Pop
  • Pop/Rock
  • Rock
  • Standards