As Time Goes By is the tenth solo album by the British singer Bryan Ferry. Released in 1999, it consists of popular songs and jazz standards. The album peaked at number 16 in United Kingdom, being certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies. It was co-produced by Ferry with Rhett Davies, who had worked with Ferry since his days with Roxy Music.
More than This a 1995 compilation album featuring music by Roxy Music and solo songs by the group's lead singer, Bryan Ferry. The name of the album is taken from the song "More than This" from the 1982 Roxy Music album Avalon. All songs written by Bryan Ferry except where noted. Roxy Music: "Virginia Plain" – 2:56 (from Roxy Music, 1972). Bryan Ferry: "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" (Bob Dylan) – 4:15 (from These Foolish Things, 1973). Roxy Music: "Street Life" – 3:29 (from Stranded, 1973).
When steamin' through on cue I hear that wailin' whistle blow If this is tomorrow callin' Oh, what a way to go. Day to day you live old fashioned Hi-toned, fancy free A double take, an image-spittin' Tailored to a T. While history is tellin' you The same old thing This is tomorrow callin' Let's stick a new oar in. This is tomorrow callin' Y'all an' come on in. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k.
Band Name Bryan Ferry. Album Name This Is Tomorrow. Type EP. Data de aparición Febrero 1977. Labels Polydor PGP RTB. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 2. As the World Turns.
Lyrics to "This Is Tomorrow" song by Bryan Ferry: Here in the hush of evenin' on a night in June Overhearin' conversations bayin' at the moon Suddenly. Truckin' by the railway station, I'm on the road again Steerin' clear of all temptation unto the point of pain When steamin' through on cue I hear that wailin' whistle blow If this is tomorrow callin', oh, what a way to go. Oho. Day to day you live old fashioned, hi-toned, fancy free A double take, an image-spittin', tailored to a T While history is tellin' you the same old thing This is tomorrow callin', let's stick a new oar in. This is tomorrow callin', y'all 'n come on in.
Label Notes: Made in England An . Records Production A Black Jim Production for Dene Jesmond Enterprises ℗ 1977 .
About This Is Tomorrow lyrics. Album In Your Mind (1977). Bryan Ferry, Chris Thomas. Here in the hush of eveninґ On a night in june Overhearinґ conversations Bayinґ at the moon Suddenly a voice iґm hearinґs Sweet to my ear This is tomorrowґs callinґ Wishin' you were here Layinґ in my hotel bedroom Feelinґ ceilinґ blues Wall to wall a tvґs twitchinґ Clearly not a muse Then flashinґ through the interference Beams a thousand tunes This is. tomorrow callinґ What have I to lose? Truckinґ by the railway station Iґm on the road again Steerinґ clear of all temptation Unto the point of pain When steaminґ through on cue I hear that wailinґ whistle blow If this is tomorrow.
In 1977 the Rock & Roll song in the charts was This Is Tomorrow by Bryan Ferry. This Is Tomorrow by Bryan Ferry. 81. ▼ Select Rank Below 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 #.
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|2001 704||Bryan Ferry||This Is Tomorrow (7", Single)||Polydor||2001 704||Netherlands||1977|
|2001 704||Bryan Ferry||This Is Tomorrow (7", Single)||Polydor||2001 704||Ireland||1977|
|2001 704||Bryan Ferry||This Is Tomorrow (7", Single)||Polydor||2001 704||France||1977|
|2001 704||Bryan Ferry||This Is Tomorrow (7", Single)||Polydor||2001 704||Scandinavia||1977|
|S 53984, 2001 704||Bryan Ferry||This Is Tomorrow (7", Single)||PGP RTB, Polydor||S 53984, 2001 704||Yugoslavia||1977|