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Brian Eno

Ambient pioneer, glam rocker, hit producer, multimedia artist, technological innovator, worldbeat proponent, and self-described non-musician -- over the course of his long, prolific, and immensely influential career, Brian Eno was all of these things and much, much more. Determining his creative pathways with the aid of a deck of instructional, Tarot-like cards called Oblique Strategies, Eno championed theory over practice, serendipity over forethought, and texture over craft; in the process, he forever altered the ways in which music is approached, composed, performed, and perceived, and everything from punk to techno to new age bears his unmistakable influence.

Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno was born in Woodbridge, England, on May 15, 1948. Raised in rural Suffolk, an area neighboring a U.S. Air Force base, as a child he grew enamored of the "Martian music" of doo wop and early rock & roll broadcast on American Armed Forces radio; a subsequent tenure at art school introduced him to the work of contemporary composers John Tilbury and Cornelius Cardew, as well as minimalists John Cage, LaMonte Young, and Terry Riley. Instructed in the principles of conceptual painting and sound sculpture, Eno began experimenting with tape recorders, which he dubbed his first musical instrument, finding great inspiration in Steve Reich's tape orchestration "It's Gonna Rain."

After joining the avant-garde performance art troupe Merchant Taylor's Simultaneous Cabinet, as well as assuming vocal and "signals generator" duties with the improvisational rock unit Maxwell Demon, Eno joined Cardew's Scratch Orchestra in 1969, later enlisting as a clarinetist with the Portsmouth Sinfonia. In 1971 he rose to prominence as a member of the seminal glam band Roxy Music, playing the synthesizer and electronically treating the band's sound. A flamboyant enigma decked out in garish makeup, pastel feather boas, and velvet corsets, his presence threatened the focal dominance of frontman Bryan Ferry, and relations between the two men became strained; finally, after just two LPs -- 1972's self-titled debut and 1973's brilliant For Your Pleasure -- Eno exited Roxy's ranks to embark on a series of ambitious side projects.

The first, 1973's No Pussyfooting, was recorded with Robert Fripp; for the sessions Eno began developing a tape-delay system, dubbed "Frippertronics," which treated Fripp's guitar with looped delays in order to ultimately employ studio technology as a means of musical composition, thereby setting the stage for the later dominance of sampling in hip-hop and electronica. Eno soon turned to his first solo project, the frenzied and wildly experimental Here Come the Warm Jets, which reached the U.K. Top 30. During a brief tenure fronting the Winkies, he mounted a series of British live performances despite ill health; less than a week into the tour, Eno's lung collapsed, and he spent the early part of 1974 hospitalized.

Upon recovering, he traveled to San Francisco, where he stumbled upon a set of postcards depicting a Chinese revolutionary opera that inspired 1974's Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), another sprawling, free-form collection of abstract pop. A 1975 car accident that left Eno bedridden for several months resulted in perhaps his most significant innovation, the creation of ambient music: unable to move to turn up his stereo to hear above the din of a rainstorm, he realized that music could assume the same properties as light or color, and blend thoroughly into its given atmosphere without upsetting the environmental balance. Heralded by the release of 1975's minimalist Another Green World, Eno plunged completely into ambient with his next instrumental effort, Discreet Music, the first chapter in a ten-volume series of experimental works issued on his own Obscure label.

After returning to pop structures for 1977's Before and After Science, Eno continued his ambient experimentation with Music for Films, a collection of fragmentary pieces created as soundtracks for imaginary motion pictures. Concurrently, he became a much sought-after collaborator and producer, teaming with the German group Cluster as well as David Bowie, with whom he worked on the landmark trilogy Low, Heroes, and Lodger. Additionally, Eno produced the seminal no wave compilation No New York and in 1978 began a long, fruitful union with Talking Heads, his involvement expanding over the course of the albums More Songs About Buildings and Food and 1979's Fear of Music to the point that by the time of 1980's world music-inspired Remain in Light, Eno and frontman David Byrne shared co-writing credits on all but one track. Friction with Byrne's bandmates hastened Eno's departure from the group's sphere, but in 1981 he and Byrne reunited for My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, a landmark effort that fused electronic music with a pioneering use of Third World percussion.

In the interim, Eno continued to perfect the concept of ambient sound with 1978's Music for Airports, a record designed to calm air passengers against fears of flying and the threat of crashes. In 1980, he embarked on collaborations with minimalist composer Harold Budd (The Plateaux of Mirror) and avant trumpeter Jon Hassell (Possible Musics), as well as Acadian producer Daniel Lanois, with whom Eno would emerge as one of the most commercially successful production teams of the '80s, helming a series of records for the Irish band U2 (most notably The Joshua Tree and Achtung Baby) that positioned the group as one of the world's most respected and popular acts. Amidst this flurry of activity, Eno remained dedicated to his solo work, moving from the earthbound ambience of 1982's On Land to other worlds for 1983's Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks, a collection of space-themed work created in tandem with Lanois and Eno's brother Roger. In 1985, Eno resurfaced with Thursday Afternoon, the soundtrack to a VHS cassette of "video paintings" by artist Christine Alicino.

After Eno produced John Cale's 1989 solo effort Words for the Dying, the duo collaborated on 1990's Wrong Way Up, the first record in many years to feature Eno's vocals. Two years later he returned with the solo projects The Shutov Assembly and Nerve Net, followed in 1993 by Neroli; Glitterbug, a 1994 soundtrack to a posthumously released film by Derek Jarman, was subsequently reworked by Jah Wobble and issued in 1995 as Spinner. In addition to his musical endeavors, Eno also frequently ventured into other realms of media, beginning in 1980 with the vertical-format video Mistaken Memories of Medieval Manhattan; along with designing a 1989 art installation to help inaugurate a Shinto shrine in Japan and 1995's Self-Storage, a multimedia work created with Laurie Anderson, he also published a diary, 1996's A Year with Swollen Appendices, and formulated Generative Music I, a series of audio screen savers for home computer software. In August of 1999, Sonora Portraits, a collection of Eno's previous ambient tracks and a 93-page companion booklet, was published.

Around 1998, Eno was working heavily in the world of art installations and a series of his installation soundtracks started to appear, most in extremely limited editions (making them instant collector's items). In 2000, he teamed with German DJ Jan Peter Schwalm for the Japanese-only release Music for Onmyo-Ji. The duo's work got worldwide distribution the next year with Drawn from Life, an album that kicked off Eno's relationship with the Astralwerks label. The Equatorial Stars, released in 2004, was Eno's first work with Robert Fripp since Evening Star, the 1975 follow-up to No Pussyfooting. His first solo vocal album in 15 years, Another Day on Earth, was issued in 2005, followed by 2008's Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, another collaboration with David Byrne. In 2010, Eno signed to the Warp label, where he released Small Craft on a Milk Sea, a collaboration with Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins. The following year's Drums Between the Bells featured poet Rick Holland, as well as several vocalists.

Eno returned to his ambient style of recording with Lux in late 2012. His next project was a collaboration with Underworld's Karl Hyde. Bonding over a shared love of Afro-beat, the pair worked on intros that Eno had lying around but had never been able to complete, resulting in a surprising collection of unusual pop songs. The finished album, titled Someday World, was issued in May of 2014, followed by the pair's second album, High Life, a scant two months later. Eno went back to working solo for 2016's The Ship. Released in April of that year, it comprised two long tracks totaling 47 minutes. The second, a three-part suite, concluded with a cover of the Velvet Underground's "I'm Set Free." Later that year, he announced another new ambient album, Reflection. Described as a "provocative space for thinking," it consisted of a single nearly hour-long track and was set for release on New Year's Day 2017. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography


Track List: Reflection (Excerpt) (Single)

1. Reflection (Excerpt)


Track List: Reflection

1. Reflection


Track List: The Ship (Single)

1. The Ship


Track List: The Ship

1. The Ship

2. Fickle Sun (I)

3. Fickle Sun (II) The Hour Is Thin

4. Fickle Sun (III) I'm Set Free


Track List: Lux

1. LUX 1

2. LUX 2

3. LUX 3

4. LUX 4


Track List: More Music For Films

1. Untitled

2. The Last Door

3. Chemin De Fer

4. Dark Waters

5. Fuseli

6. Melancholy Waltz

7. Northern Lights

8. From The Coast

9. Shell

10. Empty Landscape

11. Reactor

12. The Secret

13. Don't Look Back

14. Marseilles

15. The Dove

16. Roman Twilight

17. Dawn, Marshland

18. Climate Study

19. Drift Study

20. Approaching Taidu

21. Always Returning (II)


Track List: Ascent (An Ending)


Track List: Desert Island Selection

1. Here He Comes

2. Everything Merges With The Night

3. I'll Come Running

4. On Some Faraway Beach

5. Spirits Drifting

6. Back In Judy's Jungle

7. St Elmo's Fire

8. No One Receiving

9. Julie With

10. Taking Tiger Mountain

11. 1/1 (Edit)


Track List: The Drop

1. Slip, Dip

2. But If

3. Belgian Drop

4. Cornered

5. Block Drop

6. Out/Out

7. Swanky

8. Coasters

9. Blissed

11. Boomcubist

12. Hazard

13. Rayonism

14. Dutch Blur

15. Back Clack

16. Dear World

17. Iced World

18. Slicing System

19. Sharply Cornered


Track List: Neroli


Track List: The Shutov Assembly

1. Triennale

2. Alhondiga

3. Markgraph

4. Lanzarote

5. Francisco

6. Riverside

7. Innocenti

8. Stedelijk

9. Ikebukuro

10. Cavallino


Track List: Thursday Afternoon

1. Thursday Afternoon


Track List: Apollo (Atmospheres & Soundtracks)

1. Under Stars

2. The Secret Place

3. Matta

4. Signals

5. An Ending (Ascent)

6. Under Stars II

7. Drift

8. Silver Morning

9. Deep Blue Day

10. Weightless

11. Always Returning

12. Stars


Track List: Ambient 4 / On Land

1. Lizard Point

2. The Lost Day

3. Tal Coat

4. Shadow

5. Lantern Marsh

6. Unfamiliar Wind (Leeks Hills)

7. A Clearing

8. Dunwich Beach, Autumn, 1960


Track List: Ambient 1 / Music For Airports

1. 1/1

2. 2/1

3. 1/2

4. 2/2


Track List: Before And After Science

1. No One Receiving

2. Backwater

3. Kurt's Rejoinder

4. Energy Fools The Magician

5. King's Lead Hat

6. Here He Comes

7. Julie With...

8. By This River

9. Through Hollow Lands (For Harold Budd)

10. Spider And I


Track List: Another Green World

1. Sky Saw

2. Over Fire Island

3. St. Elmo's Fire

4. In Dark Trees

5. The Big Ship

6. I'll Come Running

7. Another Green World

8. Sombre Reptiles

9. Little Fishes

10. Golden Hours

11. Becalmed

12. Zawinul / Lava

13. Everything Merges With The Night

14. Spirits Drifting


Track List: Discreet Music

1. "Discreet Music"

2. Three Variations On The Canon In D Major (Johann Pachelbel): (I) "Fullness Of Wind"

3. (II) "French Catalogues"

4. (III) "Brutal Ardour)"


Track List: Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)

1. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More

2. Back In Judy's Jungle

3. The Fat Lady Of Limbourg

4. Mother Whale Eyeless

5. The Great Pretender

6. Third Uncle

7. Put A Straw Under Baby

8. The True Wheel

9. China My China

10. Taking Tiger Mountain


Track List: Here Come The Warm Jets

1. Needles In The Camel's Eye

2. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch

3. Baby's On Fire

4. Cindy Tells Me

5. Driving Me Backwards

6. On Some Faraway Beach

7. Blank Frank

8. Dead Finks Don't Talk

9. Some Of Them Are Old

10. Here Come The Warm Jets


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i really dont know this guy, but this song is great. gonna look into more of his work. At first i thought it was adam and the ants!
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I love this station. I never expected to find Eno's and other's ambient music here
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I have a lot of time for this guy.
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'Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno'

That is just too much name for one person.
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His stuff is pretty far out there I'd have to say he's right on the edge. But he's balance is perfect. He knows just how far to take it.
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Water. Very relaxing
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I believe this piece is the one playing at the Met in NYC featuring a Chanel wedding dress. It creates the perfect atmosphere, I was completely enveloped in the music.
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one of the all-time greatest
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simply a amazing artist..pret t y much all you can say...
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old school Chinese music
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Good grief, What a bio. Thanks
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This song sounds just like or similar to the song that was on The first season of Walking Dead.
That part before where a zombie is crawling on grass & then Rick leaves & heads to Atlanta afterward.

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I'd like to see Brian work with Michael Cretu of ENIGMA
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Brian Eno is a genius extraordinai r e whose contribution s to music theory have not been seen since Mozart. I've been a fan since 1980 and hope he has a lot more music to give the world.
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Eno is a giant. Trying to get your arms around everything he's done, from glam rock to pop (listen to Big Day on Phil Manzanara's Diamond Head) to his production work to electronic music to ambient... it's almost impossible to comprehend.
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aquamaurine5 3
Wow eight years of mostly raves in these comments... Eno is awesome! I've listened to his music since2004... Enjoy! :)
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rchad.willia m s 7 4
Reminds me of driving an endless road looking at the beautiful scenery of northern Arizona and not having a car in the world .
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No Pussyfooting was brilliant for it's time.
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Ambient genius.
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Perfect for this morning meditation from pain....x
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Take a chance,what can i say,not music for airports!
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Music for airports good
Eno is living a very rich and varied life well done
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Spirit that Permeates the Cosmos…

Eternal life is God. Eternal life is obtained only when we become empty & fill ourselves within. Emptiness leads to fullness – śūnyatā – existential vacuum filled w/ the Holy Spirit becoming cosmic, Christ / Buddha-consc i o u s n e s s
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Brian Eno is God's gift to mankind. Absolutely brilliant!
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Eno is the god of ambient.
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david.blahni k
Not a household name, but man, this dude is talented
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Eno, I escape with thee music.
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Perfect Ambient music for Prison's
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Just dude
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kindersads52 6
I am szzzzzzzzzzz z z z z Hey,
I'm playing this cool new game My Muppets Show and I thought you
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The album itself is not a masterpiece. What it conjured, the inspiration it provided, is the masterpiece.
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Bowie trilogy with eno great low is my fav
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Brian eno? More like Ian's boner lmoa
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brian spelled backwards is nairb
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eno spelled backwards is one
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The man of music
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Wire shock is pure evil Genius!
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Try this similar artist: http://www.p a n d o r a . c o m / h u g o - v a z q u e z
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rarely comment on any piece - even the ones that are beloved - but Thursday Afternoon is majestic and powerful yet simple and sweet so a second comment - whom else is majestic/sim p l e and powerful/swe e t ?

Mozart - at his best.
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My favorite pieces by this artist. More please Mr. Neo.
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Let's not forget also that Brian Eno has an extensive interest in and participatio n with Academia, in particular with The Long Now Foundation. Brian is truly a Renaissance Man! I wish I could meet him some day. Without that, I can say only, best wishes Brian. May you live long and prosper in wondrous health!
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Stunning, extraordinar y and out of this world. He is in a higher dimension. Creating and offering the ambience of music… he is a pioneer indeed... wish I was like him....
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raydiantheal t h
Amazing that of all he has done, the LP he is most remembered for is his Ambient Album, Music for Airports, first heard it on Hearts of Space in SF in the 1980's. I NEVER TIRE OF IT. TOTALLY RELAXES ME WHENEVER I HEAR IT NO MATTER WHAT IS GOING ON IN MY ENVIRONMENT!
Grace in Space, Ambient DJ.

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Loving ENO since 1980
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Lmao music for airports is my s**t I love blasting it when I'm in public especially since I am tattooed and have inch and a half plugs in my ears and I'm always jamming it when I have my 120 lbs bulldog/pit bull mix dog in my dunk which is a 1987 Cadillac with 24 inch rims and it's painted grape colored with the word boss etched in to the rims lmao and I'm a little bit of a hippie which I found kinda weird because my father hates hippies so I still do it just to piss him off
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2/1 made me a fan.
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One of a kind
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The magic of Thursday Afternoon is an enchantment of the ordinary, an appreciation of simply taking a breath and of feeling the rising warmth of the Sun on grateful skin. Of abiding and sensation. Wonderful.
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pure meditation.
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