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Brian Eno - Another Green World (1975) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}

Brian Eno - Another Green World (1975) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}
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© 2009 Virgin Records | 50999 6 84527 2 8
Experimental Rock / Avant-Garde / Art Rock / Ambient

A universally acknowledged masterpiece, Another Green World represents a departure from song structure and toward a more ethereal, minimalistic approach to sound. Despite the stripped-down arrangements, the album's sumptuous tone quality reflects Eno's growing virtuosity at handling the recording studio as an instrument in itself (à la Brian Wilson). There are a few pop songs scattered here and there ("St. Elmo's Fire," "I'll Come Running," "Golden Hours"), but most of the album consists of deliberately paced instrumentals that, while often closer to ambient music than pop, are both melodic and rhythmic; many, like "Sky Saw," "In Dark Trees," and "Little Fishes," are highly imagistic, like paintings done in sound that actually resemble their titles.

Brian Eno - Another Green World  Music

Posted by melloman at March 2, 2009
Brian Eno - Another Green World

Brian Eno - Another Green World
APE (separated files) | EAC + Monkey Audio | 206 MB | 1975 | progressive rock

This is Eno's crowning achievement as a soloist. This album has both the pop songs and ambient pieces we expect from Eno…It was here that Eno first began to experiment with abstract soundscapes, to employ a greater spatial element and the ethereal synthesizer effects that presaged an entire movement of ambient music. While most of the tracks are instrumental, the numbers that feature Eno's peculiar, affectless voice and free-associative lyrics seem to blend into the fabric of the album. Superior guest musicians include John Cale, Percy Jones, Robert Fripp and Phil Collins. From the brain-bending riff of "Sky-Saw, through the elemental creeping of "Sombre Reptiles;" from Robert Fripp's looping solos in "St. Elmo's Fire" to the dark swirl of "Spirits Drifting," ANOTHER GREEN WORLD creates a superb series of sonic atmospheres that are rhythmic, expansive, strange and beautiful.

Brian Eno - Another Day On Earth (2005) {Opal Japan Edition BRC-128}

Brian Eno - Another Day On Earth (2005) {Opal Japan Edition BRC-128}
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© 2005 Opal / Beat Records Japan | BRC-128
Ambient / Electronic / Avant-Garde / Experimental

Finally bored with ambient music, a genre he pioneered in the 1970s, pop polymath Brian Eno emerged with Another Day on Earth, his first solo recording of "conventional" songs since Another Green World. From the rhythm track of opening song "This," the sound is unmistakable. A quirky hook covered in layers of atmosphere and a bouncy loop, it's a smart little tune with additional guitars by Leo Abrahams. Lyrically, Eno's process is poetic, employing not only his own strategies, but a computer generating words as well. At three-and-a-half minutes, it's a fine pop song, albeit one that would never get played on the radio.
Brian Eno & John Cale - Wrong Way Up (1990) {Hannibal Records HNCD 1485 remastered 2005}

Brian Eno & John Cale - Wrong Way Up (1990) {Hannibal Records HNCD 1485 remastered 2005}
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© 1990 All Saints Records / Hannibal Records / Rykodisc | HNCD 1485
Rock / Experimental / Electronic / Avant-Garde / Art Rock / Ambient

Both Brian Eno and John Cale have always flirted with conventional pop music throughout their careers, while reserving the right to go off on less accessible experiments, which means they've always held out the promise that they would make something as attractive as this synthesizer-dominated collection, on which Eno comes as close to the mainstream as he has since Another Green World and Cale is as catchy as he's been since Honi Soit. The result is one of the best albums either one has ever made. [A 2005 reissue added two bonus tracks: "Grandfather's House" and "You Don't Miss Your Water."]
Green Day - Revolution Radio (2016) {Reprise Records 9362-49200-6}

Green Day - Revolution Radio (2016) {Reprise Records 9362-49200-6}
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© 2016 Reprise Records / Warner | 9362-49200-6
Rock / Punk Rock Revival / Pop Punk / Alternative Rock

Green Day imploded after the December 2012 release of Tre, the final part of a triple-album project. The very unwieldiness of Uno, Dos, and Tre – all released in rapid succession in the autumn of 2012 – suggested that Green Day were perhaps suffering from a lack of focus, but the group wound up taking a forced hiatus once leader Billie Joe Armstrong entered rehab in the middle of the triple-album rollout. Given all this chaos, it's hard not to view 2016's Revolution Radio as a consolidation, a way for the band to shake off all distractions and get back to basics. Discarded alongside the mess and garage rock affectations that marked Uno, Dos, and Tre is any sense of concept at all – a marked departure from their work of the past 15 years.

Brian Eno - Sound Strategies (2011)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Sept. 22, 2016
Brian Eno - Sound Strategies (2011)

Brian Eno - Sound Strategies (2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 394 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Ambient , Electronic | Label: Auditorium Edizioni | Catalog Number: AUD 04011

6 collected Eno tracks from Music from Films III, The Drop and Wrong Way Up. 1/2 Music for Airports track by Bang on a Can + 5 interesting reworks with strings by Popoli Dalpane Ensemble and another 3 reworks by Arturo Stalteri. These latter string reworks include St. Elmo's Fire, By this River, Driving me Backwards, SparrowFall, Another Green World
Passengers (Brian Eno and U2) - Original Soundtracks 1 (1995) {Polygram-Island Records 524 166-2}

Passengers (Brian Eno and U2) - Original Soundtracks 1 (1995) {Polygram-Island Records 524 166-2}
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© 1995 Polygram / Island Records / Mercury | 524 166-2
Rock / Electronic / Alternative / Ambient / Experimental

Passengers is a collaboration between U2 and Brian Eno, so it should come as no surprise that the music on Original Soundtracks 1 is an extension of U2's last album, Zooropa. Under Eno's influence, the group incorporates more ambient electronic soundscapes, which unravel over the course of the album. In fact, Original Soundtracks 1 sounds more like a Brian Eno album than a U2 release, except when the band's knack for anthemic pop songwriting shines through every once and a while.
Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams - Small Craft On A Milk Sea (2010) [Off Digital Download]

Brian Eno with Jon Hopkins & Leo Abrahams - Small Craft On A Milk Sea (2010)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 48:38 minutes | 505 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The work in this collection is a result of an occasional collaboration between myself, Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins. The two of them are gifted young player/composers whose work, like mine, is intimately connected to the possibilities and freedoms of electronic music. Over the last few years we've worked together several times, enjoying exploring the huge new sonic territories now available to musicians. Mostly the pieces on this album resulted not from 'composition' in the classical sense, but from improvisation. The improvisations are not attempts to end up with a song, but rather with a landscape, a feeling of a place and perhaps the suggestion of an event. In a sense they deliberately lack 'personality': there is no singer, no narrator, no guide as to what you ought to be feeling. If these pieces had been used in films, the film would complete the picture. As they stand, they are the mirror-image of silent movies - sound-only movies. –Brian Eno
Brian Eno & Various Artists - Music For Films III (1988) {All Saints Records ASCD04 rel 1992}

Brian Eno & Various Artists - Music For Films III (1988) {All Saints Records ASCD04 rel 1992}
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© 1988, 1992 Opal Music / All Saints Records | ASCD04
Electronic / Avant-Garde / Alternative / Experimental Rock / Experimental Electronic / Art Rock / Ambient

Music for Films, Vol. 3, is a set of mismatched pieces by Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno (aka Eno). They are from his voluminous works for cinema, installations, shorts, and other related media. The disc contains 15 short pieces (only one is over five minutes). In that regard, there is a distinct similarity to his new wave pop music from the '70s. This CD is, however, all instrumental, largely electronic, and distinctly Eno. Despite their dissimilar origins, these tracks have definite cohesion. Eno injects avant-garde timbres and metallic textures into each composition. The flow is smooth, the atmospheres are vast, and the soundscapes are vivid. This is a very cool montage of Eno's work.

Brian Eno - Eno Box I: Instrumental (1993) 3 CD Box Set [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at April 23, 2016
Brian Eno - Eno Box I: Instrumental (1993) 3 CD Box Set [Re-Up]

Brian Eno - Eno Box I: Instrumental (1993) 3 CD Box Set
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Genre: Experimental Electronic, Art Rock, Ambient | Label: Virgin | # ENOBX 1 | Time: 03:49:13

Ever the iconoclast, if there is one thing that Brian Eno has done with any degree of consistency throughout his varied career, it is presenting his art in an array of perpetually "out of the box" forums. All that changed – in a manner of speaking – with the release of two companion multi-disc compilations. Eno Box I: Instrumentals (1994) condenses his wordless creations, while Eno Box II: Vocals (1993) does the same for the rest of his major works on a similarly sized volume. Interestingly – and in his typically contrary fashion – this initial installment was actually issued last. Each of Eno Box I: Instrumentals' three CDs respectively concentrates on a specific facet of the artist's copious back catalog.