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Bryan Ferry - As Time Goes By (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Bryan Ferry - As Time Goes By (CD, Album)

  1. What fantastic sounds the Bryan Ferry Orchestra put together on that album. I was not dissapointed with this album 'As Time Goes By'. Bryan Ferry's moody voice lends itself admirably to these old standards and the musical interpretation by the backing musicians and producers bring out their timeless qualities/5().
  2. As Time Goes By CD Album $ Avonmore CD Album $ Lets Stick Together CD Album $ Taxi CD Album $ Bete Noir CD Album $ Country Life CD Album $ Another Time Another Place CD Album $ Stranded CD Album $ These Foolish Things CD Album $ For Your Pleasure CD Album $
  3. Bryan Ferry war zwar nie so ganz mein Fall, jedoch mit dieser CD "As Time Goes By" hat er bei mir genau ins Schwarze getroffen. Aus jedem dieser "alten" Titel hat er etwas ganz besonderes gemacht. Mit dieser Musik kann man sich ein ganz besonderes Ambiente herbeizaubern/5().
  4. As Time Goes By focuses on music largely from the s and '40s and conjures that era's aura of fine cigars, sateen gowns, and gentlemanly romance. The opening title track summons images of Bogie and Ingrid, and is one of the finest moments in the collection/5().
  5. Jan 22,  · I hate "As time Goes By". It's the only Ferry album I don't have. For me it lacks originality in the arrangements, performances, etc. To each his own. I love "The Bride Stripped Bare"--puts "Boys and Girls" to shame--emotionally rich and one of Ferry's most direct and powerful songwriter/performances.
  6. As Time Goes By is the tenth solo album by the British singer Bryan Ferry. Released in , it consists of popular songs and jazz standards. The album peaked at number 16 in United Kingdom, being certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of , copies. It was co-produced by Ferry with Rhett Davies, who had worked with Ferry since his days with Roxy tiosetssallituthernkaretbuchsharcani.xyzinfo: Traditional pop, retro swing, vocal jazz.
  7. Instead, As Time Goes By is his first classicist album, containing non-ironic, neo-traditionalist arrangements of songs associated with the '30s. That doesn't mean it's a lavish affair, dripping with lush orchestras -- it's considerably more intimate than that.6/
  8. Jun 30,  · A fine balance between recreating and making them Bryan Ferry solo songs was achieved, IMO. And sequenced for a nice flow with the excellent cover songs. This is also my favorite for sound quality (at least prior to the dance inspired albums). My original US LP and CD sound great to me.

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