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Live Gig Video: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra perform ‘The Only Face’

By on Thursday, 15th November 2012 at 4:00 pm

It seemed to me that The Bryan Ferry Orchestra ‘Jazz Age’ project was a pretty cool thing, but I couldn’t really imagine how it would look or sound live. Wonder no more. Watch the live performance of ‘The Only Face’ at its jazziest below.

Produced by Bryan Ferry and Rhett Davies, ‘The Jazz Age’ will be released on Monday the 26th of November on 10″ vinyl folio edition, 12″ vinyl, CD and digital editions by BMG.



Live Gig Video and Interview: Bryan Ferry discusses his new instrumental album ‘The Jazz Age’

By on Monday, 5th November 2012 at 4:00 pm

When you’ve achieved legendary status like Bryan Ferry, you can do whatever you want. Like an entire album of instrumental music. That’s what the Roxy Music frontman has done with ‘The Jazz Age’, a new album out on the 26th of November, which will feature Great Gatsby era cool into Roxy hits such as ‘Virginia Plain’, ‘Slave to Love’ and ‘Avalon’. Watch an interview with the man, interspersed with clips of the Bryan Ferry Orchestra hard at work, below.



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