Another Time, Another Place (album)
|Another Time, Another Place|
|Studio album by Bryan Ferry|
|Released||5 July 1974|
|Producer||Bryan Ferry, John Punter|
|Bryan Ferry chronology|
Another Time, Another Place was Bryan Ferry's second studio album as a solo artist. The album reached #4 in the UK charts in 1974.
Recording took place in London at Island, Ramport and AIR studios. Like Ferry's previous solo album, it consisted mainly of covers, with this time the exception of the last song, which gave its title to the album and was written by Ferry.
Like These Foolish Things, Another Time, Another Place is essentially a cover album, featuring a Bob Dylan song ("A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" on the former LP, "It Ain't Me Babe" on the latter) and a standard (the title track of These Foolish Things, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" on Another Time, Another Place) but while These Foolish Things emphasized an early-'60s girl-group repertoire, Another Time, Another Place turned to soul music (Sam Cooke, Ike & Tina Turner) and country music (Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Joe South).
This choice of repertoire, together with the more sophisticated settings and production, gave the album a more "grown-up", serious and even reflective quality than Ferry's previous album, which sounds more fun and at times hectic.
Reviewing for AllMusic, critic Ned Raggett wrote of the album "The album as a whole feels a touch more formal than its predecessor, but Ferry and company, plus various brass and string sections, turn on the showiness enough to make it all fun. A harbringer of solo albums to come appears at end -- the title track, a Ferry original." And the critic Robert Christgau wrote of the album "Comedy routines are rarely as funny the second time around, especially when you've used up your best lines--"The `In' Crowd" is the only zinger Ferry comes up with here."
|1.||"The 'In' Crowd" (Dobie Gray cover from the album Dobie Gray Sings for 'In' Crowders That 'Go Go (1965))||Billy Page||4:36|
|2.||"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" (cover)||Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach||2:53|
|3.||"Walk A Mile In My Shoes" (cover)||Joe South||4:44|
|4.||"Funny How Time Slips Away" (Billy Walker cover)||Willie Nelson||3:31|
|5.||"You Are My Sunshine" (cover)||Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell||6:47|
|6.||"(What a) Wonderful World" (Sam Cooke cover from the album The Wonderful World of Sam Cooke (1960))||Sam Cooke, Herb Alpert, Lou Adler||2:55|
|7.||"It Ain't Me Babe" (Bob Dylan cover from the album Another Side of Bob Dylan (1964))||Bob Dylan||3:57|
|8.||"Fingerpoppin'" (cover)||Ike Turner||3:34|
|9.||"Help Me Make It Through the Night" (Kris Kristofferson cover from the album Kristofferson (1970))||Kris Kristofferson||4:15|
|10.||"Another Time, Another Place"||Ferry||4:46|
- Bryan Ferry - lead vocal, harmonica and organ
- Henry Lowther - trumpet
- Chris Mercer - tenor saxophone
- David O'List - guitar
- Ruan O'Lochlainn - alto saxophone
- John Porter - guitar
- Chris Pyne - trombone
- John Wetton - bass guitar, fiddle
Also featuring: (instruments are mentioned tentatively based on the credits of other Bryan Ferry records)
- Tony Carr
- Tony Charles
- Don Cirilo
- Paul Cosh
- Geoff Daley
- Martin Drover - trumpet
- Bob Efford
- Malcolm Griffiths
- Jimmy Hastings - flute
- Morris Pert - percussion
- John Punter - bass guitar
- Alf Reece
- Peter Robinson
- Ronnie Ross - saxophone
- Bruce Rowland - drums
- Steve Saunders
- Alan Skidmore
- Winston Stone
- Mark Warner - guitar
- Chorus: Vicki Brown, Helen Chappelle, Barry St. John, Liza Strike
- Strings arranged by Ann Odell
- Brass arranged by Martyn Ford
- Engineer: John Punter
- Assistant engineers: Rhett Davies, Mark Dobson, Gary Edwards, Sean Milligan
- Cover concept: Bryan Ferry
- Photography: Eric Bowman
- Design: Nick de Ville
- Artwork: Bob Bowkett (C.C.S.)
- Fashion: Anthony Price
- Raggett, Ned (2011). "Another Time, Another Place - Bryan Ferry | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 20 August 2011.
- Christgau, Robert (2011). "Robert Christgau: CG: Bryan Ferry". robertchristgau.com. Retrieved 20 August 2011.
- "Bryan Ferry - Another Time, Another Place". Džuboks (in Serbian) (Gornji Milanovac: Dečje novine) (3 (second series)): 22.