Brian Eno Here Come The Warm Jets

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets (1973) [2004 Virgin Astralwerks 0724357729321]

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets (1973) [2004 Virgin Astralwerks 0724357729321]
Art Rock | Lossless FLAC (Tracks) -> 290MB | EAC Log/Cue | PNG Covers | Uploaded/1Fichier

In 1973, fed up with Bryan Ferry's domineering in Roxy Music, Eno leapt into a solo career that would find him championing the "art" in "artifice." This record is a who's who of the then-burgeoning English art-rock scene, featuring Robert Wyatt, Robert Fripp, and every member of Roxy Music except its leader (thus answering the musical question, "What if Eno had helmed the third Roxy record instead of Ferry?"). Warm Jets sports a lightheartedness that was a refreshing antidote to the pomposity of Yes and ELP on the dark side of art-rock's spectrum, with nonsensical, sound-based couplets such as "Oh headless chicken / How can those teeth stand so much kicking?" This debut is a milestone not just for Eno, but for all rocking music. Listen to Fripp's furious guitars on "Baby's On Fire" and "Blank Frank." It's incredible, Velvet Underground-inspired rock in a scene that had forgotten what rocking meant.
Brian Eno - Before And After Science (1977) {2004 Virgin DSD Remaster} [repost]

Brian Eno - Before And After Science (1977) {2004 Virgin DSD Remaster}
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Experimental Rock / Avant-Garde / Art Rock / Ambient

Before and After Science is really a study of "studio composition" whereby recordings are created by deconstruction and elimination: tracks are recorded and assembled in layers, then selectively subtracted one after another, resulting in a composition and sound quite unlike that at the beginning of the process. Despite the album's pop format, the sound is unique and strays far from the mainstream. Eno also experiments with his lyrics, choosing a sound-over-sense approach.
Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (1974) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}

Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (1974) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}
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Experimental Rock / Avant-Garde / Art Rock / Ambient

Continuing the twisted pop explorations of Here Come the Warm Jets, Eno's sophomore album, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), is more subdued and cerebral, and a bit darker when he does cut loose, but it's no less thrilling once the music reveals itself. It's a loose concept album – often inscrutable, but still playful – about espionage, the Chinese Communist revolution, and dream associations, with the more stream-of-consciousness lyrics beginning to resemble the sorts of random connections made in dream states.
Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (1974) [2004 Japan VCJP-6857]

Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (1974) [2004 Japan VCJP-6857]
Art Rock | Lossless FLAC -> 340MB | EAC Log/Cue | 600dpi Covers | Nitroflare/UpToBox

Continuing the twisted pop explorations of Here Come the Warm Jets, Eno's sophomore album, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), is more subdued and cerebral, and a bit darker when he does cut loose, but it's no less thrilling once the music reveals itself. It's a loose concept album – often inscrutable, but still playful – about espionage, the Chinese Communist revolution, and dream associations, with the more stream-of-consciousness lyrics beginning to resemble the sorts of random connections made in dream states. Eno's richly layered arrangements juxtapose very different treated sounds, yet they blend and flow together perfectly, hinting at the directions his work would soon take with the seamless sound paintings of Another Green World. Although not quite as enthusiastic as Here Come the Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain is made accessible through Eno's mastery of pop song structure, a form he would soon transcend and largely discard.
Brian Eno - Before and after Science: Fourteen Pictures (Polydor 1977) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

Brian Eno - Before and after Science: Fourteen Pictures (1977)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 787Mb inc. 5% recovery
Rapidshare | Rock, Art Rock | Original UK Polydor pressing / 2302 071
(with 4 offset prints from water colours - included in the artwork)

The music on Before and After Science at times resembles Another Green World ("No One Receiving") and Here Come the Warm Jets ("King's Lead Hat") and ranks alongside both as the most essential Eno material.

Teen Spirit: Here Come The Teds (2016)  Video

Posted by notbanned at July 20, 2016
Teen Spirit: Here Come The Teds (2016)

Teen Spirit: Here Come The Teds (2016)
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Genre: Documentary

Enjoy this nostalgic look back at the Teddy Boy subculture in post-war Britain with Madness frontman Suggs. Hear how young adults in the 1950s rebelled against the establishment.

Brian Eno - Drums Between The Bells (2011)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 22, 2016
Brian Eno - Drums Between The Bells (2011)

Brian Eno - Drums Between The Bells (2011)
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Genre: Electronic, Experimental Rock, Ambient | Label: Warp | # WarpCD 214 | Time: 00:50:48

Drums Between the Bells is a collaboration by producer Brian Eno and poet Rick Holland. It was recorded just after Eno finished work on 2010's Small Craft on a Milk Sea, his debut for Warp, and it followed on the release schedule less than a year later. In that sense, the timing was good for such a risky project. Music and poetry are often difficult companions, and combining them is best left to experts; fortunately, Eno is just such an expert. Although Holland is an obscure poet, he first came to Eno’s notice back in the late ‘90s (through a university project), and his poetry is very good. Although his words and thoughts are impressionistic, his themes are easier to peg: urban living, science, and the intersection of philosophy and biology. The music is almost entirely Eno’s own, with only a few tracks featuring guest credits – much less so than his previous album. While scattered moments here prove that percussion is still not his strong suit, the production is inviting, innovative, and a larger contributor to the general excellence of the record than the poetry.
Fripp & Eno - No Pussyfooting (1973) [2CD] {2008 Discipline Remaster Limited Edition}

Fripp & Eno - No Pussyfooting (1973) [2CD] {2008 Discipline Remaster Limited Edition}
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Rock / Electronic / Ambient / Experimental Ambient / Art Rock

At the same time Brian Eno was working on Here Come the Warm Jets, he was flexing his experimental muscle with this album of tape delay manipulation recorded with Robert Fripp. In a system later to be dubbed Frippertronics, Eno and Fripp set up two reel-to-reel tape decks that would allow audio elements to be added to a continuing tape loop, building up a dense layer of sound that slowly decayed as it turned around and around the deck's playback head. Fripp later soloed on top of this. No Pussyfooting represents the duo's initial experiments with this system, a side each.
Nice - Here Come The Nice (The Immediate Anthology) (2000) [repost]

Nice - Here Come The Nice (The Immediate Anthology) (2000)
rock | 3cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | HQ covers
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There have been so many reissues and recompilations of the music that the Nice did for Immediate Records that it's difficult even for people who worked on those reissues to tell some of them apart without a scorecard. However, this set stands out, not only for its comprehensive nature but also for its sound quality, which is exceptional.
Brian Eno, Harold Budd - The Pearl [EGED 37] 24bit/96kHz LP Rip

Brian Eno, Harold Budd - The Pearl
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This sublime, tranquil recording features 11 haunting ambient tone poems for treated piano. They are crafted from simple chords, arpeggios, or melodies that are frequently trailed by delicate electronic whispers to produce dreamy results. Even though Budd and Eno chose to compose and record in a minimalist style, their gorgeous, moody music evokes so much more, for the reverberating spaces between the notes are just as important as the notes themselves. In an interesting experiment, both "Against the Sky" and "An Echo of Night" explore the same melancholic musical theme in different settings–the former is a sparse piano piece with gentle electronic treatments, the latter is a murky synth work set against a nocturnal outdoor backdrop. (Budd later explored the theme again as the ethereal elegy "Olancha Farewell" on his 1986 solo album, Lovely Thunder.) Beautifully understated, the slow-motion ballet of The Pearl is a piece of striking ambient impressionism that was highly original in its day, well before the myriads of New Age imitators its composers spawned, and it remains fresh and vital two decades later. –Bryan Reesman