Brian Eno

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Intro

"Brian Eno" is self proclaimed as a ‘non-musician’, but has probably had more influence on and made more contributions to the music community than almost anyone in the history of ever.

"Brian Eno" is as an "instrumentalist", a "composer", a "record producer", a "music theorist" and "vocalist", one of his greatest credits is as "the Father of Ambient music", although he has worked in many other genres and fields of music throughout his musical career.

"Brian Eno" has probably had a hand in changing the entire map of the musical world and has had some kind of influence on everything from Dub Step, to Techno, to Rock to Dub.

Info

"Brian Eno", full name;- Brian Peter George Eno, born 15th May 1948 in Woodbridge, Suffolk England, at a later time he added "St John le Baptiste de la Salle to his name".

Eno first came to public attention as the keyboardist for the Glam Rock and art rock outfit Roxy Music, a band that is under-appreciated by modern standards, and should be seen as a classic influence on all sorts of music.

Check out this clip below, but listen closely, there's more going on if you scratch the surface of the track, if you listen carefully you'll be able to hear elements of what went of to form Industrial, Gothic and even Trance, amongst others;-

In his days after Roxy Music, "Eno"" recorded four highly original Rock albums, after which he turned to more abstract sound-scapes, such as the 1975 album "Discreet Music" and the 1978 album "Ambient 1: Music for Airports". Since those days, he has released countless albums, many as collaboration pieces of work with like-minded musicians, for example, Harold Budd and Robert Fripp, these albums demonstrate his unique approach to music, he's even collaborated with former member of The Velvet Underground "John Cale".

His production credits include some of the most huge, well known and respected artists, such as Devo, Talking Heads, U2, "Laurie Anderson", Paul Simon and even "Coldplay".

Selected Discography

Solo Studio Albums List

1) Here Come the Warm Jets' (1974), Island

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2) Taking Tiger Mountain (1974), Island

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3) Another Green World (1975), Island

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4) Discreet Music (1975), Obscure

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5) Before and After Science (1977), Polydor

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6) Ambient 1: Music for Airports (1978), Polydor

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7) Music for Films (1978), Polydor

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8) Ambient 4: On Land (1982), EG

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9) Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks (1983), E.G.

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10) More Music for Films (1983), E.G.

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11) Thursday Afternoon (1985), E.G.

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12) Nerve Net (1992), Opal

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13) The Shutov Assembly (1992), Warner Bros.

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14) Neroli (1993), All Saints

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15) The Drop (1997), Thirsty Ear

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16) Another Day on Earth (2005), Hannibal

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Ambient Installation Albums

1) Extracts from Music for White Cube, London 1997 (1997), Opal

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2) Lightness: Music for the Marble Palace (1997), Opal

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3) I Dormienti (1998), Opal

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4) Kite Stories (1999), Opal

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5) Music for Civic Recovery Centre (2000), Opal

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6) Compact Forest Proposal (2001), Opal

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7) January 07003: Bell Studies for the Clock of the Long Now (2003), Opal

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8) Making Space (2010), Opal

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9) Lux (2012), Warp

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Collaborations

1) (No Pussyfooting) (November 1973) With Robert Fripp

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2) 1974 (1974) With Kevin Ayers, John Cale, and Nico

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3) Lady June's Linguistic Leprosy (November 1974) With Kevin Ayers, Pip Pyle and Lady June

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4) Evening Star (December 1975) With Robert Fripp

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5) Cluster & Eno (June 1977) With Cluster

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6) After the Heat (1978) With Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius (Cluster)

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7) In a Land of Clear Colours (1979) With Peter Sinfield

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8) Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror (1 January 1980) With Harold Budd

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9) Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics (1 January 1980) With Jon Hassell

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10) Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980) With Laraaji

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11) My Life in the Bush of Ghosts (February 1981) With David Byrne

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12) The Pearl (1984) With Harold Budd

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13) Music for Films III (1988) With Daniel Lanois, Roger Eno, Michael Brook, Harold Budd, Laraaji and others

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14) Wrong Way Up (16 October 1990) With John Cale

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15) When I Was a Boy (3 August 1993) With Jane Siberry Shaker and oboe on track No. 1 "Temple", synthesizer on track No. 4 "Sail Across the Water" Production on track No. 1 and No. 4

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16) Spinner (24 October 1995) With Jah Wobble

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17) Original Soundtracks 1 (7 November 1995) With U2 - Listed as Passengers

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18) Tracks and Traces (4 November 1997) With Harmonia - Listed as Harmonia & Eno '76 or Harmonia '76

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19) Music for Onmyo-Ji (2000) With J. Peter Schwalm, Released only in Japan

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20) Drawn from Life (15 May 2001) With J. Peter Schwalm

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21) The Equatorial Stars (July 2004) With Robert Fripp

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22) Beyond Even (15 October 2007) With Robert Fripp

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23) Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (18 August 2008) With David Byrne

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24) Small Craft on a Milk Sea (2 November 2010) With Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins

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25) Drums Between the Bells (4 July 2011) With Rick Holland

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26) Panic of Looking (7 November 2011) With Rick Holland

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27) Someday World (5 May 2014) With Karl Hyde

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28) High Life (30 June 2014) With Karl Hyde

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External Links

Website