Sign of the Times (Bryan Ferry song)

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"Sign of the Times"
Sign of the Times (Bryan Ferry song).jpg
Single by Bryan Ferry
from the album The Bride Stripped Bare
Released 1978
Format 7"
Genre Rock, Punk rock
Label Polydor/E.G.
Songwriter(s) Bryan Ferry
Producer(s) Waddy Watchel, Rick Marotta, Simon Puxley, Steve Nye and Bryan Ferry

"Sign of the Times" is a song by Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. It was released as the second single from his fifth solo album "The Bride Stripped Bare" in 1978, being Ferry's thirteenth single. The single peaked at number 37 in the UK singles chart, but failed to chart elsewhere. The single also features the non-album track, "Four Letter Love" as the B-side. The promotional music video performance, was shot on the first episode of The Kenny Everett Video Show in 1978.[1][2]



  1. ^ "Roxy Music - Singles - on". 
  2. ^ "Bryan Ferry". 

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