I Love How You Love Me - Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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Label: Atlantic - SD 7304 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album MO • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Glam, Pop Rock


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9 thoughts on “ I Love How You Love Me - Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. You Won't See Me Guitar, Soloist – Phil Manzanera Written-By – John Lennon & Paul McCartney* B4: I Love How You Love Me Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Ruan O'Lochlainn Written-By – Barry Mann, Larry Kolber: B5: Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever Written-By – Ivy Hunter*, Stevie Wonder: B6: These Foolish Things/5(56).
  2. Nov 03,  · Label: Island Records - ILPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Glam, Pop Rock Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things (, Vinyl) | Discogs /5().
  3. You Won't See Me Guitar [Solo] – Phil Manzanera Written-By – John Lennon & Paul McCartney* B4: I Love How You Love Me Alto Saxophone [Solo] – Ruan O'Lochlainn Written-By – Barry Mann, Larry Kolber: B5: Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever Written-By – Ivy Hunter*, Stevie Wonder: B6: These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You/5(18).
  4. Apr 16,  · The dialectic confusion for me is that I enjoyed both the ‘early’ Roxy Music material and their later material equally as much, where the later Roxy numbers might just as well have been Bryan Ferry solo outings, which of course would mean that there’s no reason Ferry’s solo manifestations could not have been Roxy Music productions as well/5().
  5. "These Foolish Things" is an absolute blast of an album - Bryan is obviously having a great time in the studio recording it. For the first but not the last time he improves on an original song with his version of Dylan's "A Hard Rains A-Gonna Fall", and although the same can almost be said for the title track "These Foolish Things", of all the many versions by various artists, only Billie /5().
  6. These Foolish Things is the debut solo studio album by Bryan Ferry, who at the time was still Roxy Music's lead vocalist. The album was released in October on Island Records in the UK, and Atlantic Records in the United States. It was a commercial and critical success, peaking at number 5 on the albums chart in the United Kingdom.
  7. These foolish things Remind me of you How strange, how sweet, to find you still These things are dear to me That seem to bring you so near to me The scent of smouldering leaves, the wail of steamers Two lovers on the street who walk like dreamers Oh, how the ghost of you clings These foolish things Remind me of you, just you.
  8. Year Title Peak chart positions Album UK AUS BEL CAN GER IRE NL NZ SWE US; "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" 10 23 — — 42 — 23 — — — These Foolish Things "I Love How You Love Me" 1 "The 'In' Crowd" 13 83 — — — — — — — — Another Time, Another Place.
  9. I Love How You Love Me Lyrics: I love how your eyes close / Whenever you kiss me / And when I'm away from you / I love how you miss me / I love the way you always / Treat me tenderly / But darlin.

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