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The legendary creative force that is Brian Eno is detailed in this long overdue and
... Electric Café, and through the band's influence on everything from the David
Bowie/Brian Eno collaborations of the late '70s to disco, hip hop, and synth pop.
Then, improbably, came a phone call from Brian Eno. Already on record as a
huge fan of the so-called krautrock movement, he was on the way to Montreaux
you just might find a cassette tape of a one-off summit between Harmonia and
ambient mad scientist Brian Eno, circa 1976. The story goes like this: Harmonia, ...
... notable for high profile guest stars like fellow former Roxy Music bandmate
Brian Eno, Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, and Radiohead guitarist Jonny
They recorded in Hansa Studios, where David Bowie and Brian Eno cut the so-
called "cocaine and paranoia" album trilogy of Low, "Heroes" and Lodger back in ...
It lacks an identity; thereís a reason why so few pop stars have emerged from the
genre (thereís Brian Eno, Tangerine Dream, andÖumÖ). *"The Llama is a ...
... Sonic Youth's splintered guitars (if whomever turned out the lights forgot to cut
the amps), Brian Eno's discreet music and Boyd Rice's last few NON records.
I figure Scorn's Mick Harris is kinda like a Brian Eno v.2 in extreme music circles.
And though that would make Napalm Death his Roxy Music, it ain't just a dodgy ...
That album brought his ouevre to the attention of the masses in the west,
although DJs and musicians (everyone from Brian Eno and the Talking Heads to ...