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|Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music|
More Than This: The Best Of Bryan Ferry And Roxy Music
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Import only compilation on EMI features 20 hits from 1972-1994 by Ferry as both a solo artist & as leader of Roxy Music. Includes 'More Than This', 'Love Is The Drug', 'Slave To Love', 'Dance Away', 'Avalon', 'I Put A Spel... more »
Import only compilation on EMI features 20 hits from 1972-1994 by Ferry as both a solo artist & as leader of Roxy Music. Includes 'More Than This', 'Love Is The Drug', 'Slave To Love', 'Dance Away', 'Avalon', 'I Put A Spell On You', 'Jealous Guy', 'Is Your Love Strong Enough?', 'Kiss And Tell', 'Same Old Scene', 'Your Painted Smile', 'Virginia Plain' and many more. EMI.
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Distant Voyageur | Io | 09/28/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is a 19 tracks taken from both Bryan Ferrys solo career and the ten year career of Roxy Music. The track selection as another user said is quite predictable especially when it comes to the Roxy Music selections but where as the Streetlife CD still is a good sampler of Roxys songs, it at the same time is somewhat outdated when it comes to the best of Ferrys solo works. More Than This does some work on that by including a track grabbed from Bete Noire and Taxi but even then the 'best of' title isn't always true. The 'best of' title is more of an individuals opinion than a fact because while it may be called 'The Best of Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music' too much of Ferrys strongest solo songs are left off particularly the enigmatic New Town, the shimmering The Right Stuff & the danceable classic Limbo. There is an import version of this CD that does include the beautiful Your Painted Smile that is not included on the US version and it's a pity because the US has been deprived of so much great music. Another thing about this CD that makes it so flawed is that it doesn't include anything from In Your Mind or Bride Stripped Bare. On the other hand it does include a track from the 30s oriented As Time Goes By which I found dissapointing but have now come to gradually appreciate. Veteran fans may not see much point in getting this CD because a good share of them might own most or all of these songs on their parent albums. For those who've never heard of either Roxy Music or Bryan Ferry, this CD is a great collection for the newbie fanbase. Still though it doesn't do either Ferry or Roxy a lot of justice. I give this CD a five anyway because it's jam packed with just plain great music."