Eno's last real "rock" album – and one of the best of the bunch! The album follows the style of some of the work that Eno was doing with Bowie – in that it's got some tracks that really rock out, in kind of a sci-fi, late 70s way – and other tracks that are much mellower and electronic. Includes the brilliant "Through Hollow Lands", the eerie "Kurts Rejoinder", the skittish and catchy "King's Lead Hat", and the tunes "No One Receiving", "Backwater", "Here He Comes", and "Energy Fools The Magician". CD
Some of the darkest and most wonderful rock and roll from the 70s! After leaving Roxy Music, Brian Eno came up with this brilliant little set of glammy tracks – nearly every one a gem, filled with screeching guitars, mad production, and excellent lyrical twists. On top of that, he infused the whole thing with a good dose of humor - a key element, since the songs work best when not taken too seriously. Filled with winners – like "Needles In The Camel's Eye", "Blank Frank", "Some Of Them Are Old", "The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch", and "Baby's On Fire". CD
(Digipack has some wear.)
Brian Eno & J Peter Schwalm —
Drawn From Life ... CD Venture/Astralwerks, 2001. Used ...
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