Brian Eno: To Infinity and Beyond
Andy Gill, MOJO, June 1998
THESE DAYS, you have to catch Brian Eno as and when you can. Always peripatetically inclined, he now spends even more time abroad — partly, he explains, to escape the stultifying sense of ossification which, despite the brief shaft of optimism last May, still hangs like a dark cloud over Britain. Other countries, he fells, seem to have a much more optimistic sense of the possibility of meaningful change.
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