Essential – Roxy Music – 2011

Album

Compilation

Essential - Roxy Music
Essential - Roxy Music

Album Essential – Roxy Music – 2011 is a compilation album that showcases the best of the influential British rock band Roxy Music. The album features 18 tracks that span the band’s career from their self-titled debut in 1972 to their final studio album Avalon in 1982. The album includes some of their most popular songs, such as “Virginia Plain”, “Love is the Drug”, “More Than This” and “Avalon”, as well as some lesser-known gems, such as “Pyjamarama”, “Street Life” and “Oh Yeah”. The album also highlights the band’s musical evolution, from their experimental and eclectic glam rock style in the early 70s to their more sophisticated and polished pop sound in the 80s. Album Essential – Roxy Music – 2011 is a must-have for any fan of Roxy Music or anyone who appreciates innovative and influential music.

Essential is considered to be one of the best compilation albums of all time. It is a definitive collection of Roxy Music’s music, and it is a must-have for any fan of rock, pop, or new wave music.

 

The personnel of the album Essential – Roxy Music – 2011 are:

  • Bryan Ferry – lead vocals, piano
  • Andy MacKay – saxophone, oboe, backing vocals
  • Phil Manzanera – lead guitar, additional backing vocals
  • Paul Thompson – drums

This information is based on the following sources:

Live (Roxy Music album) – Wikipedia
Roxy Music – Wikipedia

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