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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)
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 ...
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, ...
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? ...
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. ...
Interview by Mary Harron, Punk, Summer 1977
Brian Eno is sitting in Island Records Basing Street Studios, London, with a piece of toast in his hand. He is working on an album: ...
Interview by John Hutchinson, Mix, February 1985
BRIAN ENO IS something of a paradox. He is at once associated with the avant-garde and an artist/producer who has actually had his share of ...
Interview by Ian MacDonald, NME, 3 December 1977
Thinking about music with BRIAN ENO. Some more monologues recorded and compiled by IAN MacDONALD. ...
Interview by Ken Scrudato, Filter, October 2006
NOT JUST a few otherwise sophisticated human beings would likely feel less uneasy naked and unarmed in Northern Afghanistan than present in a room when ...
Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 5 February 1977
"I was trying to think of some inventions, so I tried to think of what I needed. But I don't need anything. That's the difficulty, ...
Interview by Paul Morley, Uncut, August 2001
After he left Roxy Music in 1973, Brian Eno became a key figure in the development of electronic music – in the nineties, NME ...
Interview by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 12 January 1980
After spending the last decade redefining rock music, all Brian Eno wants now is an honest job of work and a place to lay his ...
Interview by Glenn O'Brien, Interview, June 1978
BRIAN ENO was a founding member of ROXY MUSIC, the English band that more or less founded the Fine Art-Fashion-Rock and Roll fusion that continues ...
Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 7 March 1981
BRIAN ENO, currently working on two new albums, is many things to a lot of men. ...
Interview by Ben Thompson, Daily Telegraph, 22 November 2010
Fashion disasters, electronic music, even the Lib-Con coalition...The super-producer and former Roxy Music wizard saw it all coming ...
Interview by Jim Sullivan, Boston Globe, 13 July 1997
BRIAN ENO has a theory. Actually, Eno has lots of theories — the 48-year-old, English-born musician probably leads the rock 'n' roll league in this ...
Interview by Ian MacDonald, NME, 26 November 1977
Thinking about music with BRIAN ENO. Some monologues recorded and compiled by IAN MacDONALD. ...
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