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Report and Interview by Wesley Strick, Circus, 28 February 1977
THESE ARE the facts:David Bowie's latest album, Low, is two-sided. Side One contains seven crypto-disco tracks, no track shorter than 1:42 or longer than 3:26. ...
Profile and Interview by Rob Hughes, Daily Telegraph, 23 July 2016
BRIAN ENO is Britain's favourite cultural polymath. He contributed a chime for a clock that will ring once every 10,000 years. He wrote a soundtrack ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, 13 January 1998
Eno talks about the early days of Roxy Music; the band's intersection with Glam; the impact of David Bowie; androgyny and flamboyance; leaving Roxy, and setting out on his solo career.
File format: mp3; file size: 33.5mb, interview length: 36' 36" sound quality: ** (phoner)
Essay by Cynthia Rose, Harpers & Queen, 1979
Cynthia Rose looks at artist/musicians David Bowie, Brian Eno and Iggy Pop (touring Britain this month) and the risks they are taking with electronics, Expressionism ...
Interview by Miles, NME, 27 November 1976
...as Thin and Serious People gather to make music. The luscious but committed BRIAN ENO has been in recording with the skinny and deranged ...
Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, August 1997
WHERE MOST folk in this business work on instinct, rarely pondering how to maximise their talent, supposing they have any, Eno is one of a ...
Interview by Andy Gill, MOJO, May 2001
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN DIFFICULT, observing Brian Eno's early career as furnisher of funny noises to the original Roxy Music, to predict that three decades ...
Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, November 1990
The teenage keyboard pioneer with the left-field dress sense evolved into the amiable egghead in the "gardening clothes". And in between – via the avant-garde, ...
Review by Paul Rambali, Trouser Press, February 1978
IT APPEARS the grandiosely titled Before and After Science did not come easy to the erudite Mr. Eno. It was first scheduled some 10 months ...
Review by Rob Tannenbaum, Rolling Stone, 5 June 1986
AFTER BRIAN Eno left Roxy Music in 1973, he made four prophetic rock albums that incorporated unbalanced rhythms, random synthesizer noises, minimalist drones and whimsical, ...
Interview by Kris Needs, Danny Baker, ZigZag, January 1978
YOU COULD SAY Brian Eno was pissed off on the day the dynamic Zigzag interviewing team were supposed to be interviewing him. Quite the opposite ...
Interview by Djuna Parnes, Rock's Backpages, June 2001
DP: What does the phrase "Glam Rock" mean to you? ...
Profile and Interview by Michael Gross, Chic, July 1979
DURING THE YEAR prior to his first solo concert tour in 1975, Brian Eno's image alone sustained public interest in his career. ...
David Bowie, Can, Brian Eno, Faust, Lothar and the Hand People, Neu!, Silver Apples, Suicide, Tangerine Dream, United States of America, The: The Concise NME Guide To Electronic Music & Synthesised Sound
Guide by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, 5 January 1980
"Progress in the physical and mechanical sciences determines a progress in art." — Carlos Chavez, 1957 ...
Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 10 December 1977
REACTIONS: 1) Am I happy or sad that other rock music has finally caught up with Eno? He has won his battle to make ...
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, March 1975
WOMEN, ON Roxy Music covers, are like plants: lush vegetation, only more so. Unlike the reclining femme fatale on the cover of Stranded, who I've ...
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, March 1976
WOMEN, ON ROXY MUSIC covers, are like plants: lush vegetation, only more so. Unlike the reclining femme fatale on the cover of Stranded, who I've ...
Interview by Andy Gill, MOJO, June 1995
You’d like your album smoothly airbrushed with the minimum fuss, and expertly streamlined to slot into a tidy marketing profile? Don’t phone Brian Eno then. ...
Interview by David Hepworth, Smash Hits, 5 March 1981
Talking Heads is TV slang for people whose legs you never see. It's also the name of one of the finest groups in the world. ...
Profile and Interview by Kate Mossman, New Statesman, 16 May 2013
THE TOILETS OF the famous are centres of great significance. Liz Taylor was so used to guests snooping in hers, she filled the bathroom cabinet ...
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