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Audio, Cassette, October 29, 1999
This is one of my favourite albums.
For me, songs like "Falling In Love Again", the title track, and "Where or When" just make Ferry the reigning king of the hopeless romantic.
Bryan Ferry is a great entertainer - perhaps not the best voice, but always interesting and this is an interesting and well produced album.
Classic songs in a variety of interesting and unusual renditions and well performed in very good sound. For classical fans, like myself, a real sleeper. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Man About London Town
I am a big Bryan Ferry fan from his days with Roxy Music. Now my wife is a fan with this beautiful ensemble of romantic songs from the past.Published 9 months ago by Northeast Consumer
This album has a lovely authentic sound including both vocals and orchestration. I favor several of the up-tempo tracks. Extremely pleasant listening.Published 11 months ago by Spaceman
Several years ago I heard him sing, "You Do Something to Me," on one of the satellite radio stations. I did a search and found it here at Amazon. I bought the album. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christian from Fincastle
Had never heard of Bryan Ferry before. Bought the CD because we needed the song "As Time Goes By" for a clubhouse dinner with the theme "Casablanca". Read morePublished 17 months ago by I read therefore I am
Dissapointing, his voice is not what it once was! Selections could have been more inspiring and pace seemed to be off at times.Published 18 months ago by Michael V. Rosen
Along with Rod Stewart, I love the arrangements and vocals of Ferry.
The renditions are a little edgier than most in this genre, but like Rod's do great credit to the... Read more
This is just one of the best albums released and way better than the Paul McCartney, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr re jigging of music from the early days. Read morePublished 22 months ago by The Maestro