Roxy Music releases ‘Best Of’ album on vinyl for the first time

Roxy Music’s greatest hits album “The Best Of Roxy Music” is set to be reissued on vinyl for the very first time.

Originally released in 2001, the 18-track collection includes classic singles such as “More Than This” (1982), “Over You” (1980) “Angel Eyes” (1979) and the band Bryan’s 1981 cover. Ferry from John Lennon ‘Jealous Dude’.

The record will arrive on 2LP 180-gram black vinyl and exclusive limited edition D2C yellow vinyl on September 2 via Virgin/UMC.

Both versions feature restored and improved artwork and lyrics, and have been remastered at half-speed by Miles Showell at London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios. You can pre-order your copy here.

‘The Best Of Roxy Music’ will be released on vinyl ahead of Roxy Music’s first UK gigs in over a decade, which are due to take place in October. The concerts will mark the 50th anniversary of the band’s self-titled debut album.

A series of North American dates are planned throughout September – you can see the full itinerary live below and find all remaining tickets (UK) here.

7 – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
9 – Washington D.C., Capital One Arena
12 – New York, Madison Square Garden
15 – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
17 – Boston, TD Garden
19 – Chicago, United Center
21 – Austin, Moody Center
23 – Dallas, American Airlines Center
26 – San Francisco, Chase Center
28 – Los Angeles, The Forum

10 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
12 – Manchester, AO Arena
14 – London, the O2

Ferry and company. reissue their eight studio albums during the year 2022.

Discussing Roxy Music’s self-titled debut album ahead of its historic anniversary, NME wrote: “After being fired as a ceramics teacher for singing in class, County Durham Fine Arts graduate Bryan Ferry auditioned to sing in London progressive rock band King Crimson. Although his voice didn’t fit, Robert Fripp of the band was still impressed and suggested Ferry call EG Records if he ever formed his own band.

In 2019, Bryan Ferry reunited with some of his Roxy Music bandmates for the band’s first performance in eight years as part of their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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