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  • Roxy Music - More Than This

    4:16

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing More Than This.

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  • Roxy Music - Avalon

    4:13

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing Avalon.

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  • Roxy Music - Love Is The Drug

    2:42

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing Love Is The Drug.

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  • Roxy Music - Jealous Guy

    4:55

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing Jealous Guy.

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  • Roxy Music - Ladytron

    6:05

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  • Roxy Music - Virginia Plain

    3:51

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  • Roxy Music - More Than This

    4:42

  • Roxy Music - Virginia Plain - Top Of The Pops - 24th August 1972

    2:58

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  • Roxy Music - More Than This HD

    4:11

    Roxy Music feat. Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray (HD)

    Movie used: Lost in Translation - A film by American Zoetrope, Tohokushinsha Film & Focus Features (US)

    Movie by the amazing Sofia Coppola

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended.

    I DO NOT OWN THE MOVIE NOR THE SONG. Made using Adobe Premiere.

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  • Inductee Insights: Roxy Music

    6:27

    Experimental powerhouse Roxy Music changed the course of music with artful arrangements, wild instrumentals and modern fashion.

    The self-proclaimed “Avant Rock Group” pushed listeners’ perceptions of pop while sparking movements in the New Romantic and New Wave genres. Follow the 2019 Inductees ride through art rock, soulful pop & glam in our next Inductee Insights Powered by PNC Bank.

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  • If There Is Something

    6:35

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    If There Is Something · Roxy Music

    Roxy Music

    ℗ 1999 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1972-06-16

    Associated Performer, Performer: Roxy Music
    Associated Performer, Piano, Voice: Bryan Ferry
    Associated Performer, Synthesizer, Studio Personnel, Engineer: Eno
    Associated Performer, Saxophone, Oboe: Andy Mackay
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Phil Manzanera
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Graham Simpson
    Associated Performer, Drums: Paul Thompson
    Producer: Peter Sinfield For EG Records
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Andy Hendriksen
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Mel Smith
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Kim Wilde
    Producer: Stuart Colman
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Phil Vinyll
    Associated Performer, Performer: Griff Rhys Jones
    Producer: Peter Sinfield
    Composer Lyricist: Bryan Ferry

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Roxy Music - Dance Away

    3:40

    Roxy Music - Dance Away (Official Video)

    Music video by Roxy Music performing Dance Away. © 1982 Virgin Records Ltd.

  • Roxy Music -True to Life lyrics

    4:11

    True to life with lyrics

    Album : Avalon - 1982

  • Roxy Music - More Than This

    4:28

    Roxy Music

    Lyrics:

    I could feel at the time
    There was no way of knowing
    Fallen leaves in the night
    Who can say where they´re blowing
    As free as the wind
    Hopefully learning
    Why the sea on the tide
    Has no way of turning
    More than this - there is nothing
    More than this - tell me one thing
    More than this - there is nothing
    It was fun for a while
    There was no way of knowing
    Like a dream in the night
    Who can say where we´re going
    No care in the world
    Maybe I´m learning
    Why the sea on the tide
    Has no way of turning
    More than this - there is nothing
    More than this - tell me one thing
    More than this - there is nothing

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  • To Turn You On

    4:17

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    To Turn You On (Remastered) · Roxy Music

    Avalon

    ℗ 1999 Virgin Records Ltd

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Performer: Roxy Music
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Keyboards: Bryan Ferry
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Neil Hubbard
    Associated Performer, Piano: Paul Carrack
    Associated Performer, Cello: Kermit Moore
    Associated Performer, Bass: Alan Spenner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Rick Marotta
    Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer: Rhett Davies
    Studio Personnel, Mixer, Engineer: Bob Clearmountain
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Peter Revill
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Benjamin Arbiter
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Ian Little
    Studio Personnel, Production Coordinator: Barry Bongiovi
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig
    Composer Lyricist: Bryan Ferry

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  • Roxy Music - Same Old Scene

    3:59

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing Same Old Scene.

  • Roxy Music - Oh Yeah Live on TOTP

    3:00

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    Music video by Roxy Music performing Oh Yeah (On The Radio) (Broadcast 7th August 1980).

  • Roxy Music - Angel Eyes

    3:12

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    Music video by Bryan Ferry And Roxy Music performing Angel Eyes.

  • Roxy Music - A Musical History 1971 - 1983

    39:47

    Roxy Music - A Musical History 1971 - 1983

    Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music: Documentary exploring the music of rock band Roxy Music and its frontman Bryan Ferry.

  • Bryan Ferry - Dont Stop The Dance

    4:21

    Bryan Ferry - Don't Stop The Dance, Roxy Music & Bryan Ferry, album More Than This (The Best of Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music), 1995
    Bryan Ferry initially found music success with the group Roxy Music. Formed in 1970, Ferry fronted the band which he co-founded, and went on to achieve 10 UK top 10 hit singles and 11 UK top 10 albums (of which 4 were UK Number 1s).
    1973 saw Bryan Ferry launch the beginnings of his solo career alongside Roxy Music's group projects. From this time up until the present day, he has continued to go from strength to strength, achieving great success with his solo endeavours as well as with Roxy Music.
    Described as one of most innovative and distinctive singers and lyricists to emerge in popular music Ferry's sophisticated, elegant and glamorous on stage persona has won him fans around the world. His vocal genius is said to lie in his peerless ability to merge musical styles from french chanson, through to classical crooner to hard edged rock.
    Imprinting his own style into his recordings and performances successfully is reflected in his recognition as a highly successful solo artist in his own right; he has achieved great success with 5 top 10 UK chart singles as well as 10 UK chart top 10 albums (including the Number 1s Boys and Girls (1985) and Street Life, (1986). Ferry has also won critical acclaim, most notably, his 2001 Grammy Nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for 1999's As Time Goes By.
    Notes* For this video editing I used video materials from the following sources:



    as well as materials of Search Google server.
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    Bryan Ferry - Slave to Love (Valique Remix) -
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  • Roxy Music Both Ends Burning live at The Apollo London 2001

    6:17

    Roxy Music Both Ends Burning from the dvd Live At The Apollo 2001
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  • Roxy Music - Take A Chance With Me

    4:47

    From The Girl With The Hoe's mind ...

  • Chicago - Roxie

    3:34

    Chicago Film

  • Do The Strand

    4:04

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Do The Strand · Roxy Music

    For Your Pleasure

    ℗ 1973 Virgin Records Ltd.

    Released on: 1973-03-23

    Producer: Chris Thomas
    Producer: Roxy Music
    Composer Lyricist: Bryan Ferry

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  • Roxy Music Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2019

    9:54

    Out Of The Blue (from Country Life 1974), Avalon (Avalon 1982) and Editions Of You (For Your Pleasure 1973) are performed by Roxy Music on HBO 2019 Rock Hall Induction Ceremony. Singer/songwriter Bryan Ferry, guitarist Phil Manzanera, saxophonist Andy Mackay and keyboardist/violinist Eddie Jobson lead Roxy Music during their induction performance segment. Original keyboardist Brian Eno and drummer Paul Thompson were inducted but were not present. Inducted bassist Graham Simpson died in 2012. Roxy Music were inducted by Simon Le Bon and John Taylor of Duran Duran.

    In Every Dream Home a Heartache (For Your Pleasure 1973), Out of the Blue (Country Life), Love Is the Drug (their only U.S. Top 40 hit), and More Than This were performed but included in the HBO broadcast.

    Home Box Office presented the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on April 27, 2019. The 34th annual event was held at Barclays Center, NY a month earlier on March 29, 2019.

  • Roxy Music - More Than This

    4:31

    Music video by Roxy Music performing More Than This (Audio). (P) 1982 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Virgin Records Ltd

  • Roxy Music - In Every Dream Home a Heartache OGWT 1973

    5:40

    Roxy Music performing In Every Dream Home a Heartache live on the BBC program The Old Grey Whistle Test. First broadcast on April 3, 1973.

    Classic.

  • Roxy Music - My Only Love Live at the Apollo, London 2001

    8:32

  • Roxy Music - Love Is the Drug HQ

    4:12

    Love Is the Drug was the first single (and opening track) off of Roxy Music's 1975 album 'Siren.'

    It was a #2 hit in the UK and reached #30 on the US pop singles chart in early 1976.

  • Roxy Music - Over You ᴴᴰ

    3:33

    Studio version from the album, Flesh + Blood (1980).

    Oh baby this is nowhere
    Wish I was somewhere - over you
    Your sweet lips tell me there's no chance
    No more romance - over you

    Oh baby how can I go on
    Crying so long - over you
    Where strangers look for new love
    I'm so lost in love - over you

    Some day yes it might come babe
    When I'll be babe - over you
    And always up to that moment
    I will try to say I'm - over you

  • Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music - South Downs

    10:06

  • Roxy Music - Avalon HQ

    4:10

  • Bryan Ferry - Lets Stick Together

    3:01

    Music video by Bryan Ferry performing Let's Stick Together.

  • ROXY MUSIC | ON THE ROAD | LIVE 1979

    53:30

    SONG LIST -

    1 Manifesto
    2 Song For Europe
    3 Still Falls The Rain
    4 Mother Of Pearl
    5 In Every Dream Home A Heartache
    6 Ain't That So
    7 Love Is The Drug
    8 Editions Of You
    9 Re-Make/Re-Model
    10 Virginia Plain

  • Roxy Music - Re-Make / Re-Model

    6:13

    Roxy Music were an English rock band formed in 1970 by Bryan Ferry, who became the band's lead vocalist and chief songwriter, and bassist Graham Simpson. Alongside Ferry, the other longtime members were Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe) and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion), and other former members include Brian Eno (synthesizer and treatments), Eddie Jobson (synthesiser and violin), and John Gustafson (bass). Although the band took a break from group activities in 1976 and again in 1983, they reunited for a concert tour in 2001, and toured together intermittently between that time and their break-up in 2011. Ferry frequently enlisted members of Roxy Music as session musicians for his solo releases.

    Roxy Music became a successful act in Europe and Australia during the 1970s. This success began with their debut album, Roxy Music (1972). The band pioneered more musically sophisticated elements of glam rock while significantly influencing early English punk music,[7] and provided a model for many new wave acts while innovating elements of electronic composition. The group also distinguished their visual and musical sophistication through a preoccupation with glamorous fashions. Ferry and co-founding member Eno had had influential solo careers. The latter became one of Britain's most significant record producers of the late 20th century. Rolling Stone ranked Roxy Music No. 98 on its The Immortals – 100 The Greatest Artists of All Time list, though it dropped the group from its updated list in 2011.

    The band's final studio album was Avalon (1982), which became platinum-certified in the United States. In 2005 they began recording a new studio album, which would have been their ninth, and would have been their first record since 1973 with Brian Eno, who wrote two songs for it and also played keyboards. However, Bryan Ferry eventually confirmed that material from these sessions would be released as a Ferry solo album, with Eno playing on a couple of tracks, and that he doesn't think they'll ever record as Roxy Music again. The album ultimately became Ferry's 2010 album Olympia. Roxy Music played a series of 40th anniversary shows in 2011, but has since become inactive as a performing entity.

  • Roxy Music - Still Falls the Rain HQ

    4:13

    Still Falls the Rain is the fourth track off of Roxy Music's sixth studio album, 'Manifesto.' Written by Bryan Ferry and Phil Manzanera.

    Released in March 1979, 'Manifesto' was Roxy Music's first album after an almost four-year hiatus and drummer The Great Paul Thompson's last with the band.

    The audio for this video was taken from a superb hi-res vinyl rip of an original UK pressing (not made by me).

  • Roxy Music - Oh Yeah ᴴᴰ

    4:59

    Studio version from the album, Flesh + Blood (1980).

    Some expression in your eyes
    Overtook me by surprise
    Where was I? How was I to know?

    How can we drive to a movie show
    When the music is here in my car?

    There's a band playing on the radio
    With a rhythm of rhyming guitars
    They're playing (oh yeah) on the radio

    And so it came to be our song
    And so on through, all summer long
    Day and night drifting into love

    Driving you home from a movie show
    So in tune to the sounds in my car

    There's a band playing on the radio
    With a rhythm of rhyming guitars
    They're playing (oh yeah) on the radio

    It's some time since we said goodbye
    And now we lead our separate lives
    But where am I? Where can I go?

    Driving alone to a movie show
    So I turn to the sounds in my car

    There's a band playing on the radio
    With a rhythm of rhyming guitars
    There's a band playing on the radio
    And it's drowning the sound of my tears

    They're playing (oh yeah) on the radio

  • Roxy Music - Avalon

    7:04

  • Roxy Music - Do the strand & more

    22:47

    Tracklist :
    Do the strand
    Editions of you
    In every dream
    Remake remodel

  • TOPPOP: Roxy Music - All I Want Is You

    2:50

    Artist: Roxy Music
    Title: All I Want Is You
    Broadcast date: 1-12-1974
    TV program: TopPop
    Video rights: AVRO

    gives you easy access to unique footage. .

    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.

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  • Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music - Both Ends Burning

    5:16

    A Roxy Track To Blow Your Socks Off! 1975.. :p

  • ROXY MUSIC - OUT OF THE BLUE featuring a fantastic LUCY WILKINS

    4:26

    ROXY MUSIC - OUT OF THE BLUE featuring a fantastic LUCY WILKINS
    Live at the Apollo Hammersmith 2001
    Lyrics Below
    All your cares
    Now they seem
    Oh, so far away
    All your fears
    I fear I once shared

    Now I know
    There's a future
    For all of us
    Not so long ago
    I was so scared

    You seemed so sad
    I could see
    Through your twisted smile
    So unsure
    Always confused

    Pale blue eyes
    Gazing down
    From your ivory tower
    Through the haze
    All broken and bruised

    Then out of the blue
    Love came rushing in
    Out of the sky
    Came the sun
    Out of left field
    Came a lucky day
    Out of the blue
    No more pain

    I don't mind
    This it's only
    A passing craze
    Throwaway lines
    Often ring true

    If I were you
    I would stay
    For a little while
    If you were me
    Would you walk out
    In style?

  • Roxy Music - Street Life

    3:27

  • Roxy Music - Mother of Pearl Musikladen 1974-01-23

    6:47

    Roxy Music performing Mother of Pearl—from their then-new album, 'Stranded'—live on Musikladen. Amazing!

    Recorded at Radio Bremen Studios, Bremen, West Germany — January 23, 1974.

  • ROXY MUSIC - FOR YOUR PLEASURE LIVE AT THE APOLLO 2001

    9:23

    ROXY MUSIC - FOR YOUR PLEASURE LIVE AT APOLLO 2001 with Final Credits
    ...... you watch me walk away , .....Ermmm, ta-raaaaaaaaa ( tambahh )

  • Roxy Music - All I Want Is You • TopPop

    2:50

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    Broadcast date: 1974-12-01

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    The performance of the artist(s) in the clip was filmed and recorded with the written consent of the artist(s) and their representatives.

    AVROTROS is a Dutch radio and television broadcaster, founded in 2014 from a merger of AVRO and TROS. From January 1st, 2014 the name of the merged broadcaster was used in joint programmes. AVRO was founded in 1923 as the Netherlands first public broadcaster. TROS started broadcasting in 1964. Toppop was a weekly AVRO pop program that was aired between 1970 and 1988.

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    TopPop was the first regular dedicated pop music TV show in the Dutch language area. Dutch broadcaster AVRO aired the programme weekly, from 1970 to 1988. Presenter Ad Visser hosted the show for its first fifteen years.
    World famous music artists performed on TopPop: ABBA, 10CC, Bee Gees, The Jacksons with Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Earth & Fire, Queen, Golden Earring, Boney M, KC & The Sunshine Band, Chic, Donna Summer and many many more.

  • Roxy Music - Out of the Blue Musikladen 1974

    4:28

    Roxy Music performing Out of the Blue live on their second Musikladen appearance of 1974. Promoting 'Country Life.' With John Wetton on bass.

    Recorded at Radio Bremen Studios, Bremen, West Germany — November 1974 (more than likely).

  • ROXY MUSIC - RE-MAKE/RE-MODEL Live Apollo 2001

    5:06

    ROXY MUSIC - RE-MAKE/RE-MODEL LIVE AT THE APOLLO 2001
    Original by the first Roxy Music Album , the very first song , 1972
    lyrics below :
    I tried, but I could not find a way
    Looking back, all I did was look away
    Next time, is the best time we all know
    But if there is no next time, where to go?

    She's the sweetest queen, I've ever seen
    (C P L 5 9 3 H)
    See here she comes, see what I mean?
    (C P L 5 9 3 H)
    I could talk talk talk talk talk myself to death
    But I believe, I would only waste my breath
    Ooh, show me


    (C P L 5 9 3 H)
    (C P L 5 9 3 H)

    I tried, but I could not find a way
    Looking back, all I did was look away
    Next time, is the best time we all know
    But if there is no next time, where to go?

    She's the sweetest queen, I've ever seen
    (C P L 5 9 3 H)
    See here she comes see what I mean?
    (C P L 5 9 3 H)
    I could talk talk talk talk talk myself to death
    But I believe, I would only waste my breath
    Ooh, show me

  • Roxy Music - Pyjamarama 1973

    4:04


  • Roxy Music - The Avalon Tapes

    57:20

    I do not own this copyrighted material. l am not receiving any payment for the music I upload. Avalon Demos
    1. True To Life 0:00-4:10
    2. More Than This 4:11-8:52
    3. The Main Thing 8:53-12:21
    4. Unreleased Track 12:22-16:01
    5. Avalon (Lost) 16:02-19:21
    6. Is Your Love Strong Enough 19:22-23:04
    7. The Space Between 23:05-27:32
    8. Movie, Move Me (Version 1) 27:33-30:54
    9. Unreleased Track #2 30:55-34:51
    10. While My Heart Is Still Beating 34:52-38:10
    11. Unreleased Track #3 38:11-42:50
    12. Take A Chance With Me 42:51-47:21
    13. Unreleased Track #4 47:22-50:30
    14. Unreleased Track #5 50:31-53:27
    15. Movie, Move Me (Version 2) 53:28-57:19

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