The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982, is the first complete Roxy Music box set to be released on CD. It includes each of the eight ‘Roxy Music’ Studio albums: Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure, Stranded, Country Life, Siren, Manifesto, Flesh And Blood and Avalon. Each of the studio albums have been taken back to their original form. New 2012 flat transfers from the original analogue master tapes ensure the audio sounds truer to its original LP sound. The box set is completed with two bonus discs of singles, B-sides and alternative mixes.
The first Ferry and Roxy collection to include Bryan's most recent work alongside such group and solo masterpieces as Virginia Plain; Street Life; Love Is the Drug; Avalon; More Than This; A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall; Both Ends Burning; Smoke Gets in Your Eyes; Angel Eyes; Over You; The Same Old Scene; Let's Stick Together (Let's Work Together); Sign of the Times, and more. 45 tracks from the most debonair (and complex) singer in rock.
The only digital version available of the video document of Roxy Music's 1983 tour to promote the release of their best selling album 'Avalon'. The concert was filmed at Frejus, France and was the final date of tour. In addition to Roxy favorites ('A Song For Europe', 'Love Is The Drug', 'Editions Of You', 'Dance Away', their cover of John Lennon's 'Jealous Guy'), they also fit in a Ferry solo chestnut ('Can't Let Go') and an FM radio favorite of the time, a cover of Neil Young's 'Hurricane'.
Special 15 track collection from the lead singer and co-founder of Roxy Music's solo career. The tracks are drawn primarily from his solo albums along with a few Roxy chestnuts thrown in for good measure. Includes alt versions of "Let's Stick Together" and "The Price Of Love" as well as the only CD appearance of the song "Help Me" that was used in the motion picture "The Fly".
60 Classics rock tracks from the Warner stable of artists, featuring Fleetwood Mac, Foreigner, Chicago, ZZ Top & many more.
Missing You: The Collection is a compilation album by Chris de Burgh. It was released by Spectrum Music on 7 June, 2004.