Roxy Music

Roxy Music was an English art-rock band led by singer Bryan Ferry. They emerged with the 1972/73 albums Roxy Music and For Your Pleasure and the hits “Virginia Plain,” “Do the Strand,” and “Editions of You.” Both albums feature keyboardist Brian Eno, who left for a solo career. Eddie Jobson joined on keyboard and violin […]

Godley & Creme ‎– L (1978)

L is the first concise album by Mancunian art-pop duo Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, released in 1978 on Mercury/Polydor. Tracklist: A1. “The Sporting Life” (7:25) A2. “Sandwiches of You” (3:17) A3. “Art School Canteen” (3:00) A4. “Group Life” (4:11) B1. “Punchbag” (4:44) B2. “Foreign Accents” (4:37) B3. “Hit Factory / Business Is Business” (7:08) […]

Eno ‎– Here Come The Warm Jets (1973)

Here Come The Warm Jets is the debut solo album by English art-rock musician/composer Brian Eno, released in 1973 on Island. The album features contributions from members of King Crimson (Robert Fripp, John Wetton) and erstwhile Roxy Music colleagues Phil Manzanera, Andy Mackay, and Paul Thompson. Tracklist: A1. “Needles in the Camel’s Eye” (3:25) A2. […]

Eno ‎– Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (1974)

Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) is the second solo album by English art-rock keyboardist/songwriter Brian Eno, released in 1974 on Island. Tracklist: A1. “Burning Airlines Give You So Much More” (3:17) A2. “Back in Judy’s Jungle” (5:15) A3. “The Fat Lady of Limbourg” (5:05) A4. “Mother Whale Eyeless” (5:46) A5. “The Great Pretender” (5:10) B1. […]

Rock Follies – Rock Follies of ’77 [OST] (1977)

Rock Follies of ’77 is the soundtrack album to the second season of the ITV musical drama starring vocalists Julie Covington, Charlotte Cornwell, and Rula Lenska with songs written by Roxy Music saxist Andy Mackay. The album was released in 1977 on Polydor. Tracklist: A1. “Follies of ’77” (4:02) A2. “Struttin’ Ground” (4:05) A3. “Round […]