Roxy Music - More Than This / Always Unknowing mp3 album
Avalon" is a 1982 song by the English rock band Roxy Music. It was released as the second single from their album Avalon. The single, with its B-side, "Always Unknowing", charted at No. 13 in the UK. The song's distinctive backing vocals were performed by Haitian singer Yanick Etienne, whom Bryan Ferry encountered during the recording of the album. He heard her in the adjacent studio and invited her to contribute backing vocals to the recording.
Roxy Music chronology. More than This (1995). The Thrill of It All (1995). Concert Classics (1998). The set was remastered by Robert Ludwig who also did the 1999 remasters for the Roxy Music catalogue. Always Unknowing" – 5:21 ("Avalon" single B-side, 1982). The Main Thing" – 7:41 (12-inch single extended remix, 1982). India" – 1:46 (from Avalon; also "More Than This" single B-side, 1982). Jealous Guy" (John Lennon) (Extended Version) – 6:11 (A-Side non-LP single, 1980).
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Roxy Music - Avalon Album Lyrics. 2. Always Unknowing (. mix). More Than This - 1999 Digital Remaster. 8. Take a Chance With Me.
More Than This was the first single to be released from Roxy Music's Avalon album. It reached number 6 in UK with the instrumental track India as the b-side. The USA single had the non album track Always Unknowing as the b-side. A 12" single was pressed but the version was the same as the single and album. A Brazilian promo by Polydor was pressed with Jean Michael Jarre on the b-side. The song was rehearsed for the Avalon tour but was dropped after the first show in Dublin. It was rehearsed for Bryan Ferry's As Time Goes By tour in 1999 but was never performed publicly
Redirected from Tara (Roxy Music song)). Avalon is the eighth and final studio album by English rock band Roxy Music. Released in May 1982, it was recorded in 1981–82 at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, and is generally regarded as the culmination of the smoother, more adult-oriented sound of the band's later work. It was the band's most successful studio album, reaching No. 1 in the UK (for 3 weeks) and staying on the album charts for over a year
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. I always thought the lyrics were speaking about finding love so perfect that there was nothing more to be found. More than this, there is nothing. Sort of like being totally and completely saturated by satisfying love with no need to look further, complete; a sentiment similar to the lyrics of "I Could Not Ask For More. Esskayess from Dallas, TxRM had finally grown up when the Avalon album came out.
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- Producer – Rhett Davies, Roxy Music
- Written-By – Bryan Ferry
NotesFrom the Warner Bros. / EG Records album AVALON (1-23686)
|ROXY 3||Roxy Music||More Than This (7", Single)||EG, Polydor||ROXY 3||UK||1982|
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|7-29912||Roxy Music||More Than This (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||7-29912||US||1982|
|2002 129, ROXY 3||Roxy Music||More Than This (7", Single, Dut)||Polydor, EG||2002 129, ROXY 3||Netherlands||1982|
|20 02 129||Roxy Music||More Than This = Más Que Esto / India (7", Single)||EG, Polydor||20 02 129||Spain||1982|