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Brian Eno

Eno World
Brian Eno fan pages including news, fan stories, and message board.
EnoLand tribute site.
Tribute to the ambient music of Brian Eno. Includes genrative and video installation information.
Fringe Digital: Noise
Fan pages including a personal view of Brian Eno and information on a Generative Music installation at the World Financial Center Winter Garden in 1997.
More Dark Than Shark
Fan pages with information on Brian Eno and links to other resources.
Music for Airports 1/2 tribute
Fan work simulating Brian Eno's Music for Airports using looped audio files.
The Nerve Net Mailing List
Moderated email discussion list about Brian Eno and his influence in music and art. Includes archived digests and a discography.
Partobject Gallery: Blisses 1-87, Koans 1-29
Information from the 2000 Brian Eno Exhibition. Includes a large number of images of the Bliss graphics and a 25 minute radio interview about the exhibition.
Revue Audiolab
Resource listing of articles on experimental audio. Includes a large selection of submissions from various sources on ambient and electronic music and Brian Eno.
Tamm on Eno
Personal page of Eric Tamm with a online version of his book 'Brian Eno: His Music and the Vertical Color of Sound'.
Wishful Thinking
Fan pages that include a section on Brian Eno. Features the Sonic Boom Exhibition in London 2000 and a JAVA version of the Civic Recovery Centre as well as information on a selection of out of print or rare records and videos. Includes screensavers for Mi
Yahoo Groups: Brian Eno
Mailing list of approximately 55 members with a small number of links and other resources.
Yahoo Groups: BrianEno
Mailing list of approximately 50 members. Includes facility for sharing links, photos and files.
Yahoo Groups: eno2
Mailing list of approximately 75 members. Approval by list owner required to join.
EnoWeb
Extensive site with biography, discography and bibliography of Brian Eno's music. Also includes articles, lyrics, photo gallery, album art, interviews and links to other resources.
The Black Box in Culture
Information about the 1994 'A Television Hour' program where Brian Eno discussed his concept of art. This is a short synopsis by the production company.
Drawn From Life
The official Brian Eno and J Peter Schwalm CD website with sound samples and video.
Electronic Music: Biography
Biography of Brian Eno written by Mark Edwards.
EDGE 3rd Culture: A Talk with Brian Eno
Edge magazine interview covering culture, society and art.
Fourth Door Research - Ambient Lightworks
Article by Kevin Eden discussing Brian Eno's use of video in installation art.
Knight-Ridder Interview With Brian Eno
Interview on the making of Passengers - Original Soundtracks 1. 'I suggested we do some improvising sessions, just turn the tape on and play, so we were working with a broad brush rather than the one-hair brushes we'd been using. It was designed to open u
The Making of Achtung Baby
Essay by Brian Eno on his work and the making of the 1991 U2 recording.
Paintings in Sound Thesis
Fan resource on the philosophy of ambient composition of Brian Eno.
Independent Interview
Brian Eno: The shapes of things to come. Uk newspaper interview discussing the preparations for the Portugal concert by Brian Eno and J Peter Schwalm. (June 14, 2001)
Launch Interview: Brian Eno
Interview 'Man Versus Machine And The Battle Of The Index Finger' discussing recoding and producing. (June 11, 2001)
The Long Now Foundation
An essay 'The Big Here and Long Now' by Brian Eno discussing time and philosophy. (February 27, 2001)
Wire Interview: Strategies for Making Sense
1995 interview with Brian Eno discussing art and philosophy of composition. (September, 19995)
Oor Magazine Interview
Dutch magazine interview by Jacob Haagsma translated and edited to include mainly U2 only content. (June, 1999)
Essays: Brian Eno and the Microsoft Sound
Journalist Randy A Riddle's essay on the composition of the introductory sound for Microsoft Windows 95. (March 23, 1998)
In Motion Magazine Article: Brian Eno
Transcript of Brian Eno discussing Generative Music at the Imagination Conference in San Francsico, June 8, 1996. (June 8, 1996)
Oblique Strategies
Fan pages with information on the cards devised by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt.
Oblique Strategies
Fan site Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt's Oblique Strategies to help stimulate creative energy. This is a simulation in Shockwave Flash format.
Oblique Strategies for Palm OS
Palm computer version of a deck of cards for stimulating creative processes.
Oblique Strategies for the Newton
Implementation for the Newton computer.
Oblique Strategies Garden
Strange version that places the quotes in groups randomly on the page.
Oblique Strategies Web Site
Fan pages devoted to history of the Oblique Strategies that includes links to online versions.
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Ali Click [EP]
Review by David Ross Smith, 3 of 5 stars. 'Eno's sound-over-sense lyrics, presented in rap-like rhymes, heighten the composition's appeal.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Box II: Vocals
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, 4.5 of 5 stars. '...solid crash-course introduction to his work...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Dali's Car
Review by David Ross Smith of the live Eno collaboration with 801 and the Winkies. Score 4 of 5. 'The recording picked up the buzz and excitement in the crowd...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Desert Island Selection
Short inaccurate review by John Floyd, rating 4.5 of 5. '...survey of Eno's first four albums...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Fractal Zoom [EP, 11 track version]
Reviews by David Ross Smith, 3 of 5 stars. 'There is some refreshing and even unlikely material here.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Here Come the Warm Jets/Another Green World/Before and After Science
Review of this box set by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, 4 of 5 stars. '...of marginal interest to hardcore collectors.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Imaginary Landscapes
David Ross Smith reviews the 1989 video. 2 of 5 stars. '...eye-opening for those familiar with him only as a producer for popular bands like Talking Heads and U2.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - More Blank Than Frank
Review by Jason Ankeny, 2 of 5 stars. '...compiles highlights from Eno's legendary albums...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - One Word X 2 CD Single
Review by William Ruhlmann, 3 of 5 stars. '...the disc makes a good, short sampler of Eno's (and Cale's) pop work of the late '80s and early '90s.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Sonora Portraits
Review of this compliation CD by David Ross Smith, 1.5 of 5 stars. '...an odd selection of Eno's ambient work...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - The Shutov Assembly
Review by William Ruhlmann, score 3 of 5. '...as much a concept as a record.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno and David Byrne - My Life in the Bush of Ghosts
Review by John Bush, score 4.5 of 5. 'A pioneering work for countless styles ...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno and Robert - No Pussyfooting
Review by Ted Mills, 4.5 stars. '...guitar and synth elements building on top of each other, the music slowly evolving, and Fripp ending the piece with low dive-bombing feedback that swoops over the soundscape, bringing the piece to its conclusion.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno and Robert Fripp - Headcandy
Review of this out of print CD-ROM by Roch Parisien, score 2 of 5. '...trippy light shows of the psychedelic '60s.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno and Various Artists - Music for Films, Vol. 3 [Warner]
Review by Ted Mills, 3 of 5 stars. 'This third installment is more a label sampler...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno, Conrad Plank, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius - Begegnungen
Review by David Ross Smith, score 4 of 5. '...an eclectic mix of progressive Krautrock and artistic, ambient electronica, is the best of its genre.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Conrad Plank - Begegnungen II
Review by David Ross Smith, score 4 of 5. '...an appealing mix of artsy electronic ambiance and progressive Krautrock.'
All Music Guide: Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Brian Eno - After the Heat
Reviewed by William Ruhlmann, 3 stars. '...consists of slow-moving instrumentals full of repeated synthesizer sound patterns and sustained guitar notes in the ambient style...'
All Music Guide: Jon Hassell and Brian Eno - Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics
Review by William Ruhlmann, 3 stars. 'Typical of both musicians, the music is slow and trance-like, and typical of Middle Eastern music, it has an odd, often wailing tonality...'
All Music Guide: Laraaji - Ambient 3: Day of Radiance
Rating of the 3rd record of Brian Eno's Ambient series. Rated 3 of 5, no review comments listed.
Ambience for the Masses: Brian Eno reviews
Eclectic reviews of solo and collaborative CDs. Includes some audio file samples.
The Onion A V Club: For All Mankind (DVD)
Review by Joshua Klein of this video with music by Brian Eno. 'Set to Brian Eno's beautiful, evocative soundtrack, these images....are nothing short of remarkable...'
The Onion A V Club: Harmonia 76 - Tracks And Traces
Joe Garden review. '...these songs are melodically simple but pretty, falling just above ambient electronica and below the threshold of pop songs.'
Q4music.com
List of Brian Eno reviews.
Motion: Brian Eno - Kite Stories
The installation audio CD from the Kiasma Gallery in Helsinki reviewed by Stephen Fruitman. '...one can imagine how it provided the perfect backdrop for the visuals presented at the gallery.' (February 9, 2000)
Tentative Review: Kevin Ayers, Brian Eno, Nico & John Cale - June 1, 1974
Review by Christopher Currie originally posted to alt.music.yes. 'Perhaps the concert experience itself was more exciting than the product which was eventually released.' (October 16, 1997)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music for Airports
Review by Linda Kohanov. 5 stars. 'They can hang in the background and add to the atmosphere of the room, yet the music also rewards close attention with a sonic richness absent in standard types of background or easy-listening music.'
Epinions: Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music For Airports
Multiple member reviews. '...a fairly definitive image of where ambient music came from.'
Musthear: Brian Eno - Ambient 1- Music for Airports
Review by Joseph Buck. 'It's an album about listening. It's an album about hearing.'
The Onion A V Club: Bang On A Can - Music For Airports
Review by Joshua Klein of this Brian Eno composition. 'The new rendition only differentiates itself from the original in the most mundane ways, like instrumentation and recording fidelity. But as an intellectual exercise, the effort is incomparable.'
The Ward Against Silence: Brian Eno and Bang on a Can Allstars - Music for Airports
CD reviews of the Brian Eno and Bang on a Can All-stars recordings.
Almost Cool: Brian Eno - Ambient 1- Music For Airports
Fan site review. Rating 8.25. '...whether you like it or not depends on your tolerance of both repetitive-ness and the quiet nature of the music itself.' (July, 1997)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Ambient 4: On Land
Review by Linda Kohanov, score 4 of 5. 'Eno's most masterful ambient effort...'
Q Music: Brian Eno - Ambient 4 - On Land
4 of 5 stars. 'Music for mammals.' (December, 2000)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Another Green World
Review by Steve Huey, 5 of 5 stars. '...the perfect introduction to his achievements even for those who find ambient music difficult to enjoy.'
Epinions: Brian Eno - Another Green World
Multiple member review, 4 of 5 stars. '...tiny pieces of time and emotion strung together one after another like pearls.'
Ground and Sky: Brian Eno - Another Green World
Progressived music fan pages review by Joe McGlinchey. '...this album adds an increased maturity and contemplative side to the spastic art rock of Eno's previous efforts.' (December, 2000)
Tentative Review: Brian Eno - Another Green World
Review by Christopher Currie originally posted to alt.music.yes. 'Another Green World is frequently regarded as the apex of Brian Eno's career.' (January 6, 1999)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois and Roger Eno - Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks
Review by Matthew Greenwald, score 4.5 of 5. 'An exquisite experiment, Apollo takes Eno's spacescapes....and arranges them with some heavenly pedal steel guitar by Daniel Lanois.'
Epinions: Brian Eno - Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks
Multiple member reviews, 4 of 5 stars. 'To really enjoy this, you really have to open [your] mind [as] widely as possible.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Before and After Science
Review by David Ross Smith, 5 of 5 stars. '...the most essential Eno material.'
Epinions: Brian Eno - Before and After Science
Collected member reviews. 3.5 of stars. 'Eno is both a poet and master technician...go out and enjoy this album. Or stay in and enjoy it...'
Ground and Sky: Brian Eno - Before and After Science
Progressived music fan pages review by Joe McGlinchey. 'The introspective pieces, by contrast, are uniformly, across-the-board brilliant. Each is like a kayak, in which the listener can paddle slowly alongside the promising vistas...' (February, 2001)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Box Set 1 - Instrumental
Review by Steven McDonald, 4.5 of 5 stars. '...covers everything from Eno's earliest instrumental explorations through to an assortment of collaborations...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Discreet Music
Review by 'Blue' Gene Tyranny, 4.5 of 5 stars. '...music that just exists like furnishings in an apartment, played so as not to draw attention to itself... Discreet Music is probably the best of these...'.
Epinions: Brian Eno - Discreet Music
CD review by members of epinions.com. 4 stars. 'This album is a must have as it is very interesting, relaxing and a real musical work, one which will clear your head and open up your mind.'
Guardian Newspaper: Brian Eno and J Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life
Review page with review by John Aizlewood. 3 stars. '...for the most part Drawn from Life is beguiling.'
Motion Reviews: Brian Eno and J. Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life
Reviewed by Cormac Heron. 'If you liked Eno's work on Ferry's 'Mamouna', Bowie's 'Outside' or Passengers' 'Original Soundtracks 1' then you'll fall in love with this disc.'
The Times: Brian Eno and J Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life
Review by Nigel Williamson, 3 stars. '...these 13 tracks from Eno cannot really be described as songs, but neither does the term 'instrumental' begin to convey their atmospheric, pulse-driven experimentalism.' (April 28, 2001)
Independent: Brian Eno and J Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life
Review by Andy Gill. '...obviously related to the ambient mode he pioneered, there's a subtle shape and momentum to these 11 tracks...' (April 27, 2001)
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - The Drop
Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, score 2.5 of 5. '...illustrates that ambient doesn't all sound the same - it can be soothing and scary, sometimes both at once...'
The Onion A V Club: Brian Eno - The Drop
Review by Joe Garden. '...it's a lyric-free narrative, allowing listeners to create their own specifics to the waxing and waning of the music.'
Pitchfork Review: Brian Eno - The Drop
Rating: 3.5 of 5 - Review by Ryan Schreiber. 'The Drop seems to walk right back to his late '70s ambient drones, and just stands there, staring and confused.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Here Come the Warm Jets
Five star review by Steve Huey. '...coaxes otherworldly noises and textures from the treated guitars and keyboards, layering them in complex arrangements or bouncing them off one another in a weird cacophony. Avant-garde yet very accessible...'
Epinions: Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets
Multiple member reviews, 4 stars. 'Freak your boring friends out.'
Ground and Sky: Brian Eno - Here Come the Warm Jets
Review by Joe McGlinchey. 'Eno effortlessly shifts from ridiculous proto-new wave...to the darkly humorous...to the just plain weird...'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Music for Films
Review by Jason Ankeny, 3 of 5 stars. '...moody, instrumental electronic pieces intended as soundtrack material for imaginary motion pictures.'
Almost Cool: Brian Eno - Music For Films
Fan pages review, score 8.5 of 10. '...his early work proves that he has always been important as a musician and innovator.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Neroli
Review by Jason Ankeny, score 2.5 of 5. '...represents Eno at his most ambient, with no rhythmic pulse and only scattered hints of melody.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Nerve Net
Review by Rick Anderson, score 2.5 of 5. 'Overall, this album is quite fun but nothing to get too awfully excited about.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
Reviewed by Steve Huey, 5 stars. '...richly layered arrangements juxtapose very different treated sounds, yet they blend and flow together perfectly...'
Epinion: Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
Multiple member reviews. 'Able to leap from big, chunky rock songs to gentle impressionistic tone-poems in a single bound...'.
Ground and Sky: Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
Review by Joe McGlinchey. '... lyrically deranged as is typical for Eno at this stage in his career, but still highly accessible.'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Thursday Afternoon
Review by Backroads Muisic/Heartbeats, score 3 of 5. '...epitomizes what Eno calls his 'holographic' compositional style'
All Music Guide: Brian Eno - Words and Music from Wrong Way Up
Review of the rare interview promotional recording. 2.5 of 5 stars. Includes a brief description of the subject matter of the interviews.
All Music Guide: Brian Eno and John Cale - Wrong Way Up
Review by William Ruhlmann 4.5 of 5 stars. 'Eno comes as close to the mainstream....and Cale is as catchy as he's been...'
Epinion: Brian Eno and John Cale - Wrong Way Up
Member reviews, '...the good bits are good, and worth a listen.'
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