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Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music: Video Archives 1972-2014 (5 DVD Set 9.5 Hours)

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Bryan Ferry / Roxy Music Video Archives 1986-1994 Volume I

1. USA’s N i g h t F l i g h t 1986: Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry Profile, Avalon (Music Video), Profile continues, Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 1 of 4): Bryan discusses his life with Jerri Hall, The Price of Love (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 2 of 4): Bryan discusses his public persona and personal life, Angel Eyes (Music Video), profile continues, Same Old Scene (Music Video), profile continues, Jealous Guy (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 3 of 4): Bryan discusses the fact that many artists have called him an influence, profile continues, Let’s Stick Together (Music Video), Exclusive Interview with Bryan Ferry by Lisa Robinson (Part 4 of 4): Bryan discusses working as Roxy Music and internal conflicts and Slave to Love (Music Video) (30:01)
2. Bryan Ferry: Is Your Love Strong Enough? (Music Video) (5:05)
3. Bryan Ferry: The Right Stuff (Music Video) (4:09)
4. Bryan Ferry: Kiss and Tell (Music Video) (Original Conceptual Version 1) (3:52)
5. Bryan Ferry: Limbo (Music Video) (4:42)
6. Live at Five (LOCAL NYC TV SHOW AIRED ONLY ONCE) 12/03/87: RARE In-depth in studio Interview with Bryan Ferry discussing Bete Noire (6:21)
7. Saturday Night Live 12/05/87: Opening introduction of Bryan Ferry, The Right Stuff and Kiss and Tell (LIVE) and closing segment (10:45)
8. MTV’s The Week In Rock 12/06/87: Interview with Bryan Ferry (2:41)
9. CNN Showbiz Today 08/12/88: Interview / Profile of Bryan Ferry (2:08)
10. MTV Music News 8/22/88: “Musicians in Commercials” featured is a Japanese Commercial with Bryan Ferry sing “Dont Stop the Dance” (4:37)
11. The 1988 MTV Video Music Awards 09/07/88: Bryan presents award along with Melanie Griffith for “Breakthrough Video” (2:43)
12. Roxy Music: More Than This (Music Video) (4:10)
13. MTV’s Now Hear This 01/08/90: New LP segment including Bryan’s next release (:10)
14. Live Aid 07/13/85: (Original Broadcast) Bryan Ferry Live with David Gilmour: Sensation, Boys and Girls, Slave to Love and Jealous Guy (14:25)
15. The Tonight Show 04/03/93: Opening, I Put A Spell On You (LIVE), Interview and Will You Love Me Tomorrow (LIVE) (9:38)
16. Bryan Ferry: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Music Video) 4/93 (4:23)
17. XXXXXXX Space XXXXXXXXXXX
18. The Late Show 11/24/94: Bryan Ferry, Love Is the Drug (LIVE) (5:04)
19. Extra 11/26/94: Bryan Ferry Interview / Profile discusses Taxi (1:21)
20. The Wiz Commercial 11/94: Momouna LP (:30)

Bryan Ferry / Roxy Music Video Archives 1988-1999 Volume II

1. “New Town: Bryan Ferry In Europe” 1988: Full length live concert featuring the songs: Nimrod, Limbo, The Chosen One, Casanova, Slave to Love, The Bogus Man, Lady Tron, While My Heart Is Still Beating, Don’t Stop the Dance, A Wasteland, Windswept, In Every Dream Home A Heartache, New Town, Boys and Girls, Kiss and Tell, Love Is the Drug, Avalon, Do the Strand (1:27:43)
2. Bryan Ferry Mamouna 12/94 (Music Video): Original Conceptual Version 1 (3:43)
3. Bryan Ferry Mamouna 12/94 (Music Video): Re-Edit Conceptual Version 2 RARE (3:34)
4. VH1’s Live Aid 10th Anniversary 7/15/95: Bryan Ferry Live with David Gilmour: Slave to Love, Teaser “Still to come” and Jealous Guy (9:12)
5. VH1’s 8 Track Flashback Marathon 01/13/96: Opening, Roxy Music Profile “Virginia Plain” (Live 1972 “Musik Laden Dutch TV) and Bryan Ferry “Let’s Stick Together” (1976)(7:44)
6. VH1’s Net Aid 10/09/99: Opening, Jealous Guy and As Time Goes By (Live in Geneva, Switzerland at The Palais Des Nations) and New Day (Global Performance including Bryan Ferry) (11:47)

Roxy Music : The High Road Live Concert 1982  Video Archives Volume III

This concert film was recorded during Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music’s 1982 world tour and features old standards such as “Avalon,” “Dance Away,” “Love Is the Drug” as well as many other songs. The concert film was originally produced for BBC television. Tracks: The Main Thing, Out Of The Blue, Both Ends Burning, A Song For Europe, Can’t Let Go, While My Heart Is Still Beating, Avalon, My Only Love, Dance Away, Love Is The Drug, Like A Hurricane, Editions Of You, Do The Strand, Jealous Guy

TRACK LISTINGS:

1. The Main Thing
2. Out Of The Blue
3. Both Ends Burning
4. A Song For Europe
5. Can’t Let Go
6. While My Heart Is Still Beating
7. Avalon
8. My Only Love
9. Dance Away
10. Love Is The Drug
11. Like A Hurricane
12. Editions Of You
13. Do The Strand
14. Jealous Guy


Roxy Music on MusikLaden Germany Video Archives Volume
IV

German Concert on TV Show MusikLaden (The Beat Club) virginia plain, do the strand, editions of you, in every dream home a heartache, re make/re model, street life, pyjamerama, mother of pearl. Amazona, psalm, All I Want Is You, Out Of The Blue,
If It Takes All Night, Over You, Oh Yeah

Roxy Music / Bryan Ferry Video Archives 1973-2014 Volume V

1.    UKTV The Old Grey Whistle Test 1973: Intro about the band performing on the show then Roxy Music performs Do The Strand LIVE
2.    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 07/08/02: Bryan performs Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright LIVE
3.    Late Show with David Letterman 6/27/07: Bryan Ferry performs Just like Tom Thumb’s Blues live from his then new LP Dylanesque
4.    UKTV The Best of Old Grey Whistle Test 1972: Intro from Roddy Frame of Aztec Camera about the band performing on the show then Roxy Music performs Ladytron LIVE
5.    A Concert For Diana DVD RELEASE 7/1/07: This is the Official DVD Edition Release and unlike the actual broadcast has NO watermarks or network logos so it great to enjoy with out any visual obstructions. Bryan performs Slave To Love, Make You Feel My Love and Let’s Stick Together
6.    Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Finale 07/16/10: Having told the audience at the final Friday Night With Jonathan Ross that he was determined not to get emotional – his exact words were “I promised Morrissey I wasn’t going to cry” – Ross did indeed manage to hold it together for the whole show. Until, that is, his final musical guests, Roxy Music, came on to perform two of their biggest hit, Love Is The Drug.
7.    VH1’s Net Aid 10/09/99: Opening, Jealous Guy and As Time Goes By (Live in Geneva, Switzerland at The Palais Des Nations) and New Day (Global Performance including Bryan Ferry) (11:47)
8. The Late Show with David Lettermen 02/10/11: Opening and “You Can Dance” LIVE
9. Later with Jools Holland 11/12/10: Bryan Ferry: You Can Dance and Shameless (LIVE)
10. The Making of Olympia Documentary 2010: This is an excellent 27 minute behind the scenes of the making of the album. Shows the cast that made this album come to life. This album has a nice amount guest stars. For those interested because of guest stars in the documentary, it does show David Gilmour but, no interview. Flea is shown and a very brief interview. Brian Eno is talked about but, not shown or interviewed. Steve Nieve is talked about but not seen. Good footage and interview snippets of Nile Rodgers and Jake Shears and Babydaddy. A brief interview of Groove Armada. Nice interview of producer Johnson Somerset. Lots of Bryan Ferry interview and footage. Also a nice tribute to guitar player David Williams. Also nice footage of young guitar player Oliver Thompson and Bryan Ferry’s son Tara on drums with Andy Newmark. This Documentary is directed by Ferry’s other son Isaac Ferry. It has beautiful lighting and really brings the album to life. Also included is the video for “You Can Dance.” features musical contributions from Nile Rodgers, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Groove Armada, Scissor Sisters, Marcus Miller, Flea, Mani (Primal Scream, ex Stone Roses) and Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead. Olympia sees Bryan Ferry reunite on record with members of Roxy Music, including Brian Eno, Phil Manzanera, and Andy Mackay. This is the first album to reunite them since Roxy Music’s seminal album For Your Pleasure in 1973! Olympia is a masterpiece of prolific artistry, blending sultry, elegant lyrics with genius compositions by Ferry, Rhett Davies and innovative, contemporary musicians.
11. The 2014 Glastonbury Festival 06/2-29/14: Love Is The Drug & Let’s Stick Together
12. Later with Jools Holland 11/07/14: Bryan Ferry: Opening then introduction of Bryan Ferry performing “Loop De LI”. Later in the program Bryan performs “Driving Me Wild” and closes the show with “One Night Stand” (Live)

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