New project from Bryan Ferry

To mark the 40th year anniversary of his career both as a solo artist and as the creator of Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry has re-recorded some of his own compositions, performed by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra in the style of the 1920s.

Driven by his fascination for that time between the wars known as ‘The Jazz Age’, Ferry has recorded the songs as instrumentals. “I started my musical journey listening to a fair bit of jazz, mainly instrumental, and from diverse and contrasting periods” explains Ferry. “I loved the way the great soloists would pick up a tune and shake it up - go somewhere completely different - and then return gracefully back to the melody, as if nothing had happened. This seemed to me to reach a sublime peak with the music of Charlie Parker, and later Ornette Colman. More recently, I have been drawn back to the roots, to the weird and wonderful music of the 1920s – the decade that became known as The Jazz Age”

Don't Stop the Dance - The Bryan Ferry Orchestra by BryanFerry


1. Do The Strand.
2. Love Is The Drug.
3. Don’t Stop The Dance.
4. Just Like You.
5. Avalon.
6. The Bogus Man.
7. Slave To Love.
8. This Is Tomorrow.
9. The Only Face.
10. I Thought.
11. Reason Or Rhyme
12. Virginia Plain.
13. This Island Earth.

Produced by Bryan Ferry and Rhett Davies, The Jazz Age will be released on November 26th on 10" Vinyl Folio Edition, 12" Vinyl, CD and Digital editions – all on BMG Rights Management.

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