Mamouna is the ninth solo album by the British singer Bryan Ferry, released on Virgin Records in September 1994. It was Ferry's first album of original material in seven years and he spent six years writing and recording it. The album peaked at number 11 on the UK Albums Chart.
The album features contributions from all of the former members of Ferry's band Roxy Music, including Brian Eno who left the band in the 1970s.
Reviewing for AllMusic, critic Ned Raggett wrote of the album "There are some songs of note -- "The 39 Steps" has a slightly menacing vibe to it, appropriate given the cinematic reference of the title, while the Ferry/Eno collaboration "Wildcat Days" displays some of Eno's old synth-melting flash. Overall, though, Mamouna is pleasant without being involving."