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  1. 6 de feb. de 2007 · Roxy Music - Reflection - Amazon.com Music. Skip to main content.us. Delivering to Lebanon 66952 Update location CDs & Vinyl. Select the department you want to search in. Search Amazon. EN. Hello ... Roxy Music Format: Audio CD. 5.0 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 ratings. $78.00 $ 78. 00

  2. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Barcode (Scanned): 800945012027. Barcode (Text): 8 00945 01202 7. Matrix / Runout (CD1): PILOT 120 DISC 1 36739 3032724. Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L055.

  3. Roxy Music es una banda de rock británica surgida en la primera mitad de los años 1970 en Londres. [1] Su música constituye una mezcla entre un pop irónico y la rebeldía tradicional del rock 'n' roll, enriquecida por la teatral actividad de su vocalista y mentor Bryan Ferry, así como por las originales texturas del sintetizador de quien sería uno de los más rigurosos e innovadores ...

  4. ロキシー・ミュージック (Roxy Music)は、1972年にデビューしたイングランドのロック・バンド。 ブライアン・フェリーの個性的なボーカルを中心に、芸術志向のグラム・ロックなどを発表した。. バンド名の「ロキシー」は、1950年代にイギリスで事業展開していた映画館チェーン「ロキシー」に ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Roxy_MusicRoxy Music - Wikipedia

    Roxy Music are an English rock band formed in 1970 by lead vocalist and principal songwriter Bryan Ferry and bassist Graham Simpson.By the time the band recorded their first album in 1972, Ferry and Simpson were joined by saxophonist and oboist Andy Mackay, guitarist Phil Manzanera, drummer Paul Thompson and synthesizer player Brian Eno.Other members over the years include keyboardist and ...

  6. 23 de ene. de 2017 · Roxy Music in 1972, with Eno at front. Photograph: Brian Cooke/Redferns. Eno talks slowly, calmly, eloquently. He would be brilliant on Just a Minute – no repetition, hesitation or deviation.

  7. 4 de abr. de 2021 · News. The Roxy Music Rejection April Fool’s Joke, Explained. byPaul Pearson. April 4, 2021. On Thursday—April 1—a reprint of a 1971 letter infiltrated some remote corners of the Twitterverse. This correspondence was addressed to “Mr. B. Ferry” of London. It was from Hugh C. Smith, Director of Artists & Repertoire for Polydor Records Ltd.