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In Your Mind [Original recording remastered]

Bryan Ferry Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (11 Oct 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Virgin Records
  • ASIN: B00002DEBC
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Listen  1. This Is Tomorrow (1999 - Remaster) 3:40£0.79  Buy MP3 
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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'In Your Mind' has always been slagged by the critics, who are unable to see beyond the context of Punk that this record was released during. Of course, plenty of the original, real Punks were massicve admirers of Roxy Music...

The critics are wrong and just slavishly following party line. 'In Your Mind' is Ferry's most accomplished and complete solo album of the 1970s, as all the tracks are self-penned and there are no dull covers here. I'll admit that there is some weak material here, but the good tracks are all fantastic.

There are some fun things like 'Tokyo joe' and 'This Is Tomorrow' ( a pop art reference for those in the know), the singles, some great melodic sweets like 'All Night Operator', which anyone who likes the lighter moments of Roxy's 'Siren' would love, and 'Party Doll'. Then there is the savage, desperate, desolate 'Love Me Madly Again', which begins with a cutting questioning of hustling for love in streets and clubs a la 'Love is the Drug', but harsher. In the second, string-dominated section, things get dark and existential and just astonishingly bleak in the classic early Roxy style. the album is worth buying for this alone, as it is the second-best Ferry solo song. It also had a massive influence on Japan's brilliant slice of cool, romantic wistfulness, the masterful 'In Vogue' from 'Quiet Life'. Listen to the two tracks back to back, notice they share the same string arranger, listen to the respective bass lines and there you have proof of Ferry's influence over the sublime David Sylvian.

But what is the best Ferry track ever? Well, it was the b side of 'This Is Tomorrow', a tragic and heartrending ballad called 'as The World Turns', which is yet to appear on ANY Ferry or Roxy compilation.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ferry's Forgotten Gem 15 Dec 2000
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In Your Mind is one of the least well known albums in Bryan Ferry's extensive back catalogue. It is also without doubt the last of his truly great solo albums. Recorded in 1976, the album is unusual in that it was the first solo record to contain completely original, self-penned material. More importantly it was Ferry's final album before he discovered the mordant ease of pre-programmable keyboards. The two most famous tracks on this record, This Is Tomorrow and Tokyo Joe, are still brilliant songs. Better still, especially to the unfamiliar listener, are exceptional recordings such as All NIght Operator (my personal favourite), Love Me Madly Again and the title track itself. Not only is each song beautifully crafted, they each show superb arrangements: chiming keyboards, spot-on vocals and some very tough bass. The only drawback is that at eight songs long, it's rather a slim collection but quality always wins out against quantity. The real tragedy is that this marvellous album, is almost impossible to reconcile with Ferry's later, lazy, output of the eighties and nineties. In Your Mind does exactly what the title promises and lingers for a long time to come.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Blast from the past 26 Jun 2012
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I bought this CD recently after rediscovering some of the tracks via youtube. My sister had this as a vinyl album back in the 70's and in my mid teen mind, 3 standout tracks feature. This is Tomorrow kicks the disk off and if you are familiar with that track you'll know that Ferry's voice, together with Chris Spedding's slide guitar works brilliantly well together. the rest of the album is a good mix of Ferry's solo work with a slice of mid era Roxy Music, which is a good thing. For me, the standout track, Love me Madly Again, makes this album. Dirty, sleazy instrumentation and matching lyrics drive this song along, before falling into a mellow, reflective middle and end part. Spedding again makes the first half of the track, but for me, John Wettons Bass in the second half is just so memorable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This particular album/C.D. of Bryan Ferry contains less well-known songs that supplement his great hits enabling his unique style and talents to be appreciated in performances not heard at all or very little, personally, previously, but still of the high quality associated with his work and therefore very pleasurable to possess and be available to listen to at will in leisure time. Excellent value, too. Thanks to everyone concerned.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ferryesque 15 Mar 2007
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I bought and enjoyed this album many years ago and there it has remained hidden in my CD collection since. Last night I was at the Nottingham Ferry gig where 'Love me madly again' was performed, it was awesome and reminded me how enjoyable the album was despite it being the start for me of Bryan Ferry's wilderness years. Following the fantastic period with Roxy Ferry seemed to drift and In your mind represents his last fling at rock almost Roxy style - their later albums had drifted more towards the style of In your mind. The re-visit of this now CD has been well worth it as always the production is excellent and there is not a dud track, I commend it very much to the reader.
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