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Roxy Music Lyrics: I could feel at the time There was no way of knowing Fallen leaves in the night Who can say where they´re blowing As free as the .

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Hey, do it now Yeah, hey Hey, Once I was a boogie singer playin' in a Rock and Roll Band I never had no problems, yeah Burnin' down one night stands An. .

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Complete your Roxy Music collection. And while not quite as solid as that album, very close, and a great overview of early Roxy Musics' catalog of work and quality of musicanship. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. was one of 6 Swedish releases made on the Stoned label around 1977

Artist Title (Format). Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ? (2xLP, Unofficial).

Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera said singer Bryan Ferry was the main reason the band abandoned an album that was to include original member Brian Eno in 2011. The group has been inactive since then, making it probable that 1982’s Avalon remains Roxy Music's final LP. There was that we attempted to do about six or seven years ago, Manzanera told Billboard in a new interview. We went into the studio with Brian Eno and with Chris Thomas, our original producer, and we sort of did about 15 or 16 tracks

Roxy Music brought something new to music with each of their albums, from Stranded to Avalon. Fronted by the fantastic singer Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music released some interesting music throughout their career-complete with wild guitar riffs and even funky keyboards. This Roxy Music discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Roxy Music albums can be found at the top of the list, where they should be. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Roxy Music singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums

Avalon was Roxy Music's last album and their biggest seller. The band started out as more of a glam rock outfit, but they later turned to melancholy pop, with this song being the apotheosis of that sound. Rubylake from CanadaI'm with Camille on this one, as i think the lyrics are speaking about finding love so perfect that there was nothing more to be found. More than this, there is nothing. Romantic rock and roll :) Camille from Toronto, OhI'm more familiar with the 10,000 Maniacs version and prefer it to the one by Roxy Music. I wonder to know what thing motived Ferry to create so beaut I just love this lush song. Charlotte from Santa Barbara, CaMike, let it go.

Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most successful ladies’ men in rock – thanks in no small part to the band ’s canny artwork, which injected some fashion-shoot glamour into rock album covers

From its beginning, the album Manifesto unveils itself like no other Roxy Music outing, a bit haunting, setting the pace, morphing into the vocals of Brian Ferry, as if putting on a fine set of clothes one item at a time in front of a full length mirror reflecting sheer perfection, and then crashes headlong into the song Trash. This was another album panned by the critics, though it did spring seven solid songs on the world, where music fans eagerly accepted the piece with open arms

Tracklist

Sentimental Fool 6:56
The Thrill Of It All 6:16
Love Is The Drug 3:48
Mother Of Pearl 6:13
Bitter-Sweet 4:44
Nightingale 4:01
She Sells 3:07
Street Life 3:12
Out Of The Blue 4:23
Whirlwind 4:48
Sea Breezes 6:25
Both Ends Burning 4:58
Medley : (8:36)
For Your Pleasure
Diamond Head (Instrumental)
Wild Weekend (Instrumental) 2:41
Presentation 0:31
The 'In' Crowd 4:22
Virginia Plain 3:14
Medley : (9:46)
Re-Make Re-Model
Do The Strand
Editions Of You
Do The Strand...Reprise
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall 3:43

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STONED 1, STD 1 Roxy Music Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ? ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Stoned Records, Stoned Records STONED 1, STD 1 Sweden 1977
Loony 2S-1 Roxy Music Silk Circles ‎(2xLP, Album, Unofficial) Lunar Toones Loony 2S-1 Australia 1976
STONED 001 Roxy Music Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick? Vol. 1 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Stoned Records STONED 001 Italy 1989
STONED 002 Roxy Music Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick? Vol. 2 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Stoned Records STONED 002 Italy 1989
SR 001-2CD Roxy Music Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick? ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Stoned Records SR 001-2CD South Korea 1989
CDF-942007A/B Roxy Music For Europeans ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Countdown Factory CDF-942007A/B Japan 1994
VMCDR-409A/B Roxy Music Silk Circles ‎(2xCDr, Unofficial) Vintage Masters, MCD / Pickwick Music VMCDR-409A/B Japan 2013
none Roxy Music Konserthuset Stockholm ‎(2xCDr, Unofficial) MCD / Pickwick Music none Japan Unknown

Roxy Music - Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ? FLAC album

Performer: Roxy Music

Title: Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ?

Country: Sweden

Date of release: 1976

Style: Art Rock, Glam

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1544 mb

Size FLAC: 1113 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

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Androlhala
A very good overview of Roxy's work thru its first 5 albums, not the "reformed" version in the "crooner/pop" era of '79/early 80s (same members but comparatively weak creatively, and radically more commercial and "80s AOR fluff" than the original bands incarnations in the 70s, but hey some folks like that kinda stuff... easy to tap your toe to! And it made them lotsa money...)The pressing is very clean but sound quality is average. ( Rega 8/Aria/Apheta 2, Prima Luna Duo KT88 tube amp and Dynaudio Excite X34 speakers, so a "good" sound system for quality assessment)A fairly balanced mix, not a significant overload of vocals or crown noise, as is common on bootlegs of the era, but a slightly thin or "tinny" sound to much of the mix.The band shows good chemistry and musicianship, not surprising given the late date of the recording in the life of the original band. The recording does show Bryan Ferry's benefit of studio mixes over live vocals as some of the "crooner" passages appear a bit weak, and the harder lyrics can get a bit strained. The vocal performance, while good (there are far worse on many, many bootlegs!), is the weak link of the sound. A recommended addition to a collector looking for an adjunct to Viva with a broader spectrum of their work. And while not quite as solid as that album, very close, and a great overview of early Roxy Musics' catalog of work and quality of musicanship.
Androlhala
A very good overview of Roxy's work thru its first 5 albums, not the "reformed" version in the "crooner/pop" era of '79/early 80s (same members but comparatively weak creatively, and radically more commercial and "80s AOR fluff" than the original bands incarnations in the 70s, but hey some folks like that kinda stuff... easy to tap your toe to! And it made them lotsa money...)The pressing is very clean but sound quality is average. ( Rega 8/Aria/Apheta 2, Prima Luna Duo KT88 tube amp and Dynaudio Excite X34 speakers, so a "good" sound system for quality assessment)A fairly balanced mix, not a significant overload of vocals or crown noise, as is common on bootlegs of the era, but a slightly thin or "tinny" sound to much of the mix.The band shows good chemistry and musicianship, not surprising given the late date of the recording in the life of the original band. The recording does show Bryan Ferry's benefit of studio mixes over live vocals as some of the "crooner" passages appear a bit weak, and the harder lyrics can get a bit strained. The vocal performance, while good (there are far worse on many, many bootlegs!), is the weak link of the sound. A recommended addition to a collector looking for an adjunct to Viva with a broader spectrum of their work. And while not quite as solid as that album, very close, and a great overview of early Roxy Musics' catalog of work and quality of musicanship.
ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
To clear this up a bit.'Why do you think...'was one of 6 Swedish releases made on the Stoned label around 1977.All lavish beautiful laminated covers-doubles gatefold etc.This was at a time when very few unofficial releases like these had proper covers-let alone gatefolds etc.!Because they were so good in both sound quality and 'look' for that time, and also very limited,they were naturally copied.This one was copied in the USA 2 or 3 years after the original, and with a gatefold sleeve.BUT not laminated and the labels were white with black writing and this was Stoned 1.The original Swedish labels were similar for all 6 releases and are as on the images of the release page here.At the same time-1980-Silk Circles also appeared from the West coast USA as another copy.Thats the end of the vinyl trail.Re.the other Stoned 6-Patti Smith,Lou Reed,Jimi Hendrix were copied also NOT Black Sabbath and Queen unless it was relatively recent.Another 6 issues came out on the Stoned label but never made it as the outfit was closed down and all issues seized!A shame as they were top quality.
ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
To clear this up a bit.'Why do you think...'was one of 6 Swedish releases made on the Stoned label around 1977.All lavish beautiful laminated covers-doubles gatefold etc.This was at a time when very few unofficial releases like these had proper covers-let alone gatefolds etc.!Because they were so good in both sound quality and 'look' for that time, and also very limited,they were naturally copied.This one was copied in the USA 2 or 3 years after the original, and with a gatefold sleeve.BUT not laminated and the labels were white with black writing and this was Stoned 1.The original Swedish labels were similar for all 6 releases and are as on the images of the release page here.At the same time-1980-Silk Circles also appeared from the West coast USA as another copy.Thats the end of the vinyl trail.Re.the other Stoned 6-Patti Smith,Lou Reed,Jimi Hendrix were copied also NOT Black Sabbath and Queen unless it was relatively recent.Another 6 issues came out on the Stoned label but never made it as the outfit was closed down and all issues seized!A shame as they were top quality.
Forcestalker
Actually the USA issue of the original Stoned Swedish release from 1977.-at the same time(around 1980) there was also an exact USA issue of 'Funky Chick' with gatefold cover etc.but unlike the original Swedish issue the gatefold cover was NOT laminated.
Forcestalker
Actually the USA issue of the original Stoned Swedish release from 1977.-at the same time(around 1980) there was also an exact USA issue of 'Funky Chick' with gatefold cover etc.but unlike the original Swedish issue the gatefold cover was NOT laminated.