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Roxy Music - Roxy Music album mp3
Album Rock,Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Glam Rock,Proto-Punk
  • Performer:
    Roxy Music
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    Roxy Music
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    Album Rock,Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Glam Rock,Proto-Punk
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  • Recording date:
    March, 1972
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  • Recording location:
    Command Studios, London, England
  • Size FLAC version
    1612 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1797 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1349 megabytes
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Roxy Music is the debut studio album by the English glam rock band of the same name. It was released on 16 June 1972. It was generally well received by contemporary critics and made it to number 10 in the UK Albums Chart.

Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Roxy Music. The album was dedicated to Susie, a drummer who auditioned for Roxy Music in the early days. The cover features model Kari-Ann Muller, one of the rare Roxy models who didn't date Bryan Ferry. She later married Mick Jagger's brother Chris and appeared in the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

Live is a double live album by English art rock band Roxy Music, released in 2003. Their fourth official live album, it contains performances from a variety of venues on their 2001 reunion world tour, and represents the entire set list from those concerts. Live was packaged in a Digipak case, with "Both Ends Burning" featured as an enhanced visual element.

Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most successful ladies’ men in rock – thanks in no small part to the band’s canny artwork, which injected some fashion-shoot glamour into rock album covers

That was the trick that elevated Roxy Music from an art school project to the most adventurous rock band of the early '70s.

Roxy Music - Roxy Music. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. Live At The Apollo, Glasgow; 1999 Digital Remaster. Исполнитель: Roxy Music.

Each comes complete with original inner and outer sleeve reproductions including artwork, lyrics and high-end gloss finishes.

In 1981, Roxy Music recorded the non-album single "Jealous Guy". A cover of a song written and originally recorded by John Lennon, Roxy Music recorded "Jealous Guy" as a tribute to Lennon after his 1980 death. The song topped the UK charts for two weeks in March 1981, becoming the band's only No. 1 single

Roxy Music is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ Roxy Music, and Album has highlight a Pop, Rock sound. It was released/out on 1972 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album. The Album features coordinated efforts with makers, producers and guest artists and is noted for Roxy Music experimentation with new melodic types. Roxy Music was generally welcomed by critics and was designated/won distinctive awards

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Kaz Akaiwa - Liner Notes
Nicholas Deville - Artwork
Brian Eno - Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist, Synthesizer, Tape, Tapes
Bryan Ferry - Art Direction, Composer, Cover Art Concept, Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist, Piano, Vocals
Andy Henderson - Engineer
Andy Hendriksen - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Rik Kenton - Guitar (Bass)
Bob Ludwig - Digital Remastering
Andy Mackay - Member of Attributed Artist, Oboe, Saxophone
Phil Manzanera - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Anthony Price - Clothing/Wardrobe, Hair Stylist, Make-Up, Stylist, Wardrobe
Simon Puxley - Liner Notes
Roxy Music - Arranger, Primary Artist
Graham Simpson - Bass, Bass Instrument, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
Peter Sinfield - Audio Production, Producer
Karl Stoecker - Photography
Paul Thompson - Drums, Member of Attributed Artist
Wragg - Transportation

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Re-Make/Re-Model Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 5:14
2 Ladytron Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 4:26
3 If There Is Something Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 6:34
4 Virginia Plain Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 2:58
5 2HB Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 4:30
6 The Bob (Medley) Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 5:48
7 Chance Meeting Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 3:08
8 Would You Believe? Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 3:53
9 Sea Breezes Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 7:03
10 Bitters End Bryan Ferry Roxy Music 2:03

The third album I ever bought and the first that was truly meaningful. My vinyl copy dates back to 1972, the same year that I saw the band live, and lacks the 'Viriginia Plain' single. As good as that song is, it disturbs the flow of the first side in album versions that contain the song, so as a result I prefer the original incarnation. Decades later, the album still sounds as fresh and invigorating as when I first heard it. Out of time and out of place, an unmatched blend of rock and roll muscle with wildly adventurous borrowings from all over the musical map. It's not glam and it's not prog rock, although elements of both inform the record. It has a feel that is unique in the Roxy Music canon, and although its adventurous spirit was highly influential, its actual sound was not. That's a good thing, it has preserved the record's unique spirit. Flickers of its sound may be heard in artists later associated with Eno, such as John Cale and David Bowie, but Ferry's stamp is very much in the foreground. His songs are the strength, deeply melodic and finely wrought lyrically. To flesh out my understanding of the record, I bought the Super Deluxe version of the album and the demos, outtakes and live tracks are fascinating, illuminating windows into the creative process behind the record. The song I judged weakest on the album itself, 'The Bob (Medley)', comes across much more effectively in the alternates, while the other cuts hold their own in whatever version you hear. The live cuts are wild, Eno in particular letting loose, and a nice reminder of the band I saw. 'Roxy Music' is an album I regard as core in any music collection.
Elastic Skunk
Formed in 1971, Roxy Music carefully fused glam with art rock for a style of music that was extraordinarily ambitious, the manicured concept of minds drilled in presenting themselves with a cinematic glamour that was considered by many to be a redefinition of traditional rock music. Their future was based around the kitsch Hollywood style of vibrato voiced Bryan Ferry, a Humphrey Bogart obsessive. His backing was literally channeled through the synth and keyboard textures of a seemingly androgynous elf (Brian Eno), classically trained sax and oboe player Andy Mackay, former roadie Phil Manzanera on guitar, with bass player Graham Simpson and drummer Paul Thompson providing exploratory rhythms. The cacophonous opener ("Remake/Re-model") sets a juddering pace, with the stop/start outro licensing short instrumental breaks that contain echoes of Duane Eddy, The Beatles, Cecil Taylor, King Curtis and Robert Moog. The band respond to Ferry's lovelorn bursts, all joining to sing the car registration number of a woman the front man was attracted to ("CPL 593H"). Manzanera's descending guitar solo to the pioneering glint of a new romantic future on "Ladytron" is genuinely ahead of its time. Ferry's homage to Bogart on "2 H.B" is enriched by Mackay's echoed alto and an interesting looped electric piano refrain. The country rock feel of "If There Is Something" shows the bands courageous eccentricity, and affirms the listener that there is no one who is peddling this kind of mysterious twist and turn.But for all the originality, "Roxy Music" is an uneven ride, and side two shows the shortcomings of defining a subversive compositional approach, with a lack of substantial source material. "The Bob (medley)" sees Ferry combining yell and croon to interludes of Eno's moog, mimicking the sounds of aircraft bombing raids. The drifting wave noises created for the somnolent "Sea Breezes" make the seven minute length a less than enticing drift through Ferry's wistful intention. The briefer closer (Bitter's End"), sees the singer's dalliance with cocktail lounge music, both sappy and anti climactic. Listening to the snappier original session tracks recorded for John Peel's Top Gear show in early 1972 really highlights Pete Sinfield's inexperienced production effort, as often the record sounds stodgy, over-embellished and too reliant on Eno's VCS3 noise.Almost a great debut, "Roxy Music" fuses intuitive pop genius with willfully dense synth, guitar and woodwind orchestration. The arrangements are daring, largely original, but fall just short of being consistent classics.
Hidden Winter
Roxy Music has to be one of the most bizarre rock albums ever created. It's pure subversive retro, post-modernist avant garde in every way from it's awkward start to it's equally abrupt and awkward finish and it's a weird, challenging, but fascinating listen.
The debut album by Roxy Music is an experimental art rock record that makes Bowie and Queen seem sane. Extremely bizarre, yet highly ambitious, it melded glam and prog rock with David Ferry's cartoonish crooning. Every song is its own thing. But they're either campy or theatrical or both. Synthesizer player Brian Eno also adds a bit of strangeness with his soundscapes. This is a very eccentric album. "Roxy Music" is ultimately too uneven to be a masterpiece. But it's a very daring piece of music. Lively, original and polarizing. I'd grade it with a 'B' Plus.
It's great to have the early and alternate versions of this material, but very disappointing that only to $100+ box set version includes the new Steven Wilson remix of the original album. Instead, we get the almost-20-year old remaster that most of us already have.
Pretty classic A-side. Meanders a little on the other but still a great debut.
1972 this was released, innovative , love the cover, worth having in your collection, grainy sound
Interesting album, great début, quite bizarre. The first side is the strongest, the second side is OK but quite forgetful.