Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry

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Bryan Ferry is an English rock, pop, glam rock and art rock singer and songwriter. He was born on 26 September 1945, Washington, Tyne and Wear. He began his professional musical career as a founder of the art rock group Roxy Music. Other band's members were Paul Thompson (drums and percussion), Phil Manzanera (guitars) and Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe). They are well known for a collection of hit singles such as "Virginia Plain", "Pyjamarama", "Do the Strand" and "Street Life" among others. After the band broke up, he continued his career. In the early 1970s, he released his breakthrough solo album, These Foolish Things, which yielded the hit singles such as " It's My Party", "Don't Worry Baby", "Sympathy for the Devil", "The Tracks of My Tears" and "You Won't See Me". This record also peaked at number five on the UK Albums Chart. Now, you may download Bryan Ferry's album, These Foolish Things, in mp3 from our site.


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