The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
The Bryan Ferry Orchestra is a retro-jazz ensemble founded and led by Bryan Ferry. They exclusively play his work in a 1920s jazz style. Ferry formed the orchestra out of a desire to focus on the melodies of his songs, and "see how they would stand up without singing". Their album, The Jazz Age, was released on 26 November 2012 as a 10 in vinyl folio edition and on 12 in vinyl, CD and digital download, on BMG Rights Management Ferry neither plays nor sings with the orchestra; BBC reviewer Chris Roberts called it a "peculiar concept then, with Ferry now, almost Warhol-like, sagely mute to one side while collaborators silkscreen his own icons. As fascinating as it is perplexing, anything but obvious, and therefore to be applauded."
- Colin Good - Piano & Arrangements
- Enrico Tomasso - Cornet & Trumpet
- Malcolm Earle-Smith - Trombone
- Richard White - Alto & Bass Saxophones, Clarinet & Bass Clarinet
- Robert Fowler - Tenor Saxophone & Clarinet
- Alan Barnes - Baritone Saxophone & Clarinet
- Martin Wheatley - Banjo & Guitar
- John Sutton - Drums
- The Jazz Age (26 November 2012)
- Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film The Great Gatsby (6 May 2013)
- A Selection of Yellow Cocktail Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film The Great Gatsby (The Great Gatsby Jazz Recordings) (10 May 2013)
- Babylon Berlin (Music from the Original TV Series) (2017)
- Dance Away
- Reason or Rhyme
- Bitters End
- Chance Meeting
- Neil McCormick, "Bryan Ferry, interview: how his drug became Twenties jazz", The Daily Telegraph, 28 November 2012.
- Guardian music (2012-11-19). "Bryan Ferry: The Jazz Age – exclusive album stream | Music | guardian.co.uk". The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-11-26.
- Chris Roberts, "The Bryan Ferry Orchestra The Jazz Age Review: An album as fascinating as it is perplexing, and one to be applauded." BBC, 23 November 2012.