Concert Classics (Roxy Music album)

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Concert Classics
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Live album by
ReleasedFebruary 1998
RecordedApril 12, 1979
Genre Art rock
Length63:43
Label Ranch Life
Producer Steve Weiner
Roxy Music chronology
The Thrill of It All
(1995)
Concert Classics
(1998)
The Best of Roxy Music
(2001)
Professional ratings
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Concert Classics is a live album by Roxy Music. All tracks were recorded during the group's "Manifesto Tour" at the Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, Colorado on April 12, 1979. The album was released nineteen years later in February, 1998, and released again in 2001 with two extra tracks, under the name Concerto . Roxy Music had no input to this album as it is not an official Roxy Music release but released under license.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks by Bryan Ferry except where noted. [2]

  1. "Manifesto" (Ferry, Phil Manzanera) – 5:39
  2. "Angel Eyes" (Ferry, Andy MacKay) – 3:57
  3. "Trash" (Ferry, Manzanera) – 2:54
  4. "Out of the Blue" (Ferry, Manzanera) – 5:18
  5. "A Song for Europe" (Ferry, MacKay) – 6:25
  6. "Still Falls the Rain" (Ferry, Manzanera) – 4:29
  7. "Ain't that so " (Ferry, Manzanera) – 5:55
  8. "Stronger Through the Years" – 8:23
  9. "Ladytron" – 5:29
  10. "In Every Dreamhome a Heartache" – 9:06
  11. "Love Is the Drug" (Ferry, MacKay) – 3:50
  12. "Do the Strand" – 4:08
  13. "Re-make/Re-model" – 4:05

Personnel

Production

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References

  1. Elston, Casey. Concert Classics at AllMusic
  2. "Roxy Music - Concert Classics". Discogs. Retrieved 25 January 2018.