The Bryan Ferry Orchestra ¦ The Jazz Age
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|The Jazz Age|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 26, 2012|
|Studio||Studio One, Olympia, London|
|Genre||Orchestral jazz, retro swing, trad jazz|
|Label||BMG Rights Management|
|Producer||Bryan Ferry, Rhett Davies|
|Bryan Ferry chronology|
The Jazz Age, is the fourteenth studio album, is a re-recording of some of Bryan Ferry's compositions, as played in jazz style of the 1920s, by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. The 13 songs have been chosen from 11 albums, from his very first release Roxy Music (1972) to his at that time recent solo record Olympia (2010). The album was co-produced by Ferry and Rhett Davies, with arrangements by Colin Good, and released on 26 November 2012 as a 10in vinyl folio edition and on 12in vinyl, CD and digital download, on BMG Rights Management.
Ferry himself does not perform on the album, which consists entirely of instrumental performances. Talking about the inspiration behind the reinterpretations, Ferry told Clash, "I've sort of gone back to the music that I liked listening to when I was a young lad, nine or ten years old - I was really fairly precocious for that time."
The album is Ferry's lowest charting of his career, peaking at #50 on the UK Albums Chart.
All songs were written by Bryan Ferry except where noted.
- "Do The Strand" – 2:10
- "Love Is the Drug" – 3:14 (Ferry, Andy Mackay)
- "Don’t Stop The Dance" – 2:51 (Ferry, Rhett Davies)
- "Just Like You" – 3:24
- "Avalon" – 2:23
- "The Bogus Man" – 2:07
- "Slave to Love" – 2:38
- "This Is Tomorrow" – 2:27
- "The Only Face" – 2:57
- "I Thought" – 2:36 (Ferry, Brian Eno)
- "Reason Or Rhyme" – 4:15
- "Virginia Plain" – 2:14
- "This Island Earth" – 4:24
- Bryan Ferry – bandleader, composer
- Colin Good – grand piano, arrangements
- Martin Wheatley – guitars, banjo
- Chris Laurence – double bass
- John Sutton – drums
- Frank Ricotti – percussion
- Richard White – alto saxophone, bass saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet
- Alan Barnes – baritone saxophone, clarinet
- Robert Fowler – tenor saxophone, clarinet
- Malcolm Earle Smith – trombone
- Enrico Tomasso – trumpet, cornet
- Katy Cox – cello
- Sarah Chapman – viola
- Emma Owens – viola
- Emma Parker – violin
- Victoria Sutherland – violin
- Bryan Ferry – producer, liner notes
- Rhett Davies – producer, recording, mixing
- Simon Willey – engineer, recording, mixing
- David Phelan – assistant engineer
- Bob Ludwig – mastering
- Paul Colin – illustrations
- Richard White – liner notes
- Alistair Norbury – management
- Recorded and Mixed at Studio One (Olympia, London, UK).
- Mastered at Gateway Mastering (Portland, Maine, USA).
- "The Jazz Age - The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, Bryan Ferry | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic.
- "Album Review: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra - The Jazz Age - Impact Magazine".
- music, Guardian (November 19, 2012). "Bryan Ferry: The Jazz Age - exclusive album stream" – via www.theguardian.com.
- "Bryan Ferry – Official Website".
- "From Roaring To Roxy - Bryan Ferry". Clash Magazine.
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The Bryan Ferry Orchestra auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):
The Bryan Ferry Orchestra is a retro-jazz ensemble founded and led by Bryan Ferry. They exclusively play his work in a 1920s jazz style. Ferry formed the orchestra out of a desire to focus on the melodies of his songs, and "see how they would stand up without singing". Their album, The Jazz Age, was released on 26 November 2012 as a 10 in vinyl folio edition and on 12 in vinyl, CD and digital download, on BMG Rights Management Ferry neither plays nor sings with the orchestra; BBC reviewer Chris Roberts called it a "peculiar concept then, with Ferry now, almost Warhol-like, sagely mute to one side while collaborators silkscreen his own icons. As fascinating as it is perplexing, anything but obvious, and therefore to be applauded."
- Colin Good - Piano & Arrangements
- Enrico Tomasso - Cornet & Trumpet
- Malcolm Earle-Smith - Trombone
- Richard White - Alto & Bass Saxophones, Clarinet & Bass Clarinet
- Robert Fowler - Tenor Saxophone & Clarinet
- Alan Barnes - Baritone Saxophone & Clarinet
- Martin Wheatley - Banjo & Guitar
- John Sutton - Drums
- The Jazz Age (26 November 2012)
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- Neil McCormick, "Bryan Ferry, interview: how his drug became Twenties jazz", The Daily Telegraph, 28 November 2012.
- Guardian music (2012-11-19). "Bryan Ferry: The Jazz Age – exclusive album stream | Music | guardian.co.uk". The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-11-26.
- Chris Roberts, "The Bryan Ferry Orchestra The Jazz Age Review: An album as fascinating as it is perplexing, and one to be applauded." BBC, 23 November 2012.
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