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✨✧ Brian EnoMore Music For Films (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
EG/Virgin (Japan), Early 80s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A second set of film music from Brian Eno – one that's almost cooler than the first! Most numbers are quite spare – and take off in the bassy, spacey territory initiated by Another Green World – not as atmospheric as some of the Ambient projects, and almost feeling at points as if the tunes would make great backdrops for some of Eno's later, colder vocals. Daniel Lanois assisted on a few numbers, but the sound is classic Eno overall – and titles include "Reactor", "The Secret", "Northern Lights", "From The Coast", "Untitled", "The Last Door", "Chemin De Fer", "Approaching Taidu", and "Drift Study". (Rock, Out Sound) CD
(Out of print. Includes obi!)
 
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✨✧ Brian EnoApollo – Atmospheres & Soundtracks (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Virgin (Japan), 1983. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A later ambient LP from Eno, with help from his brother pianist Roger Eno, and Daniel Lanois, with whom he'd collaborate a fair bit in the later part of his career. The music was originally composed to accompany a documentary film about the Apollo space flights, and like the best ambient Eno work, is engaging but can easily fall into the background, with lush, quasi-electronic textures. With the tracks "Under Stars", "The Secret Place", "Matta", "Signals", "An Ending (Ascent)", "Under Stars II", "Drift", "Silver Morning", "Deep Blue Day", "Weightless", "Always Returning" and "Stars". (Rock, Out Sound) CD
(Out of print. Includes obi!)

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✨✧ Brian EnoApollo – Atmospheres & Soundtracks ... CD
Virgin, 1983. Used ... Just Sold Out!
A later ambient LP from Eno, with help from his brother pianist Roger Eno, and Daniel Lanois, with whom he'd collaborate a fair bit in the later part of his career. The music was originally composed to accompany a documentary film about the Apollo space flights, and like the best ambient Eno work, is engaging but can easily fall into the background, with lush, quasi-electronic textures. With the tracks "Under Stars", "The Secret Place", "Matta", "Signals", "An Ending (Ascent)", "Under Stars II", "Drift", "Silver Morning", "Deep Blue Day", "Weightless", "Always Returning" and "Stars". (Rock, Out Sound) CD
(DSD mastering edition.)

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✨✧ Geoff Krozier & The GeneratorTranceformer ... LP
Finders Keepers (UK), 1981. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
Mad magick a very weird Australian quartet – one who work here in a weird blend of witchcraft and electronics, all at a level that's much more like some of the most tripped out late 60s moog records than you'd guess from the record's 1981 date! The sounds here are really completely out of time – performed by the group on a range of keyboards and synthesizers, and processed with lots of spooky touches – then topped with sung and spoken passages from Geoff Krozier, who comes across somewhere in the territory of Anton La Vey or Genesis P Orridge – a completely haunting style that really sends chills down our spine! Titles include "Temple Of Exotic Delights", "Land Of Unclean Spirits", "House Of The Sun", "Paid Your Money", "Feed You To The Sharks", "House Of The Joker", "Slave Traders", and "The Devil May Care". (Rock, Out Sound) LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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