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Brian Eno - Sombre Reptiles

A simple and beautiful piece (simply beautiful); just like the rest of 1975’s ‘Another Green World’ album.

Electronica

Brian Eno - St. Elmo's Fire

Gorgeousness and gorgeousity made flesh. A track from the brilliant 1975 album ‘Another Green World’ that is unashamedly beautiful. Lush, yet not overblown. One can really hear the influence of Cluster on here (as with the album as a whole).

Underground

BRIAN ENO-HERE COME THE WARM JETS.

BRIAN ENO-HERE COME THE WARM JETS.

For Brian Eno, 1973 was the year the second chapter in his career began. Brian had just left Roxy Music after touring their sophomore album, For Your Pleasure. 1,935 more words

Ambient

Another Green World - Brian Eno (1975)

Another Green World is the third studio album by English musician Brian Eno. Produced by Eno and Rhett Davies, it was originally released by Island Records in September 1975. 1,201 more words
70's

Brian Eno, ANOTHER GREEN WORLD

(My 100 favorite albums in chronological order: #13 – released November 1975)

Track listing: Sky Saw / Over Fire Island / St. Elmo’s Fire / In Dark Trees / The Big Ship / I’ll Come Running / Another Green World / Sombre Reptiles / Little Fishes / Golden Hours / Becalmed / Zawinul/Lava / Everything Merges With The Night / Spirits Drifting… 1,477 more words

100 Albums

Brian Eno – 40 Years of Changing Music

Throughout the career of Brian Eno, he has been well versed about the number of elements he has drawn inspirational influence from. In his younger age Brian grew up five miles from two US military bases in which he would hear American styles of music such as doo-wop, big band jazz and rock being played on AAFES radio and from the GI’s. 423 more words

Music History II