As Time Goes By is an album of popular songs and jazz standards by Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. It was released on Virgin Records in 1999. The album became a huge commercial success and sold steadily over the months following its release. It peaked at number 16 in United Kingdom with the title track being released as a single but failing to make the Top 100. It was co-produced by Rhett Davies and Bryan Ferry.
Reviewing for AllMusic critic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote of the album "On the surface, it may seem like a departure for Ferry, but in the end, it's entirely of a piece with his body of work. True, it may not be a major album in the scheme of things, but it's easy to be seduced by its casual elegance." And reviewing for The A.V. Club critic, Keith Phipps wrote of the album "the results are both predictable and thrilling, musically tasteful but as emotionally raw as good manners will allow."