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Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells download album

  • Performer: Brian Eno
  • Title: Drums Between The Bells
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: MP1 TTA AAC MP2 MP4 DMF XM
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Leftfield, Experimental, Minimal
  • MP3 album: 1141 mb
  • FLAC album: 1540 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 950
Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells download album

Complete your Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland collection. I get the feeling this a concept album by and large. There's an awful lot of poetry happening.

well, maybe are good happy words, but if you want more from Brian's mind, this is another great album, at least disc 2. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 2 For Sale from €1. 0.

Drums – Seth Rochford (tracks: A1). Guitar – Leo Abrahams (tracks: A1, A4, D3). Instruments, Artwork By – Brian Eno. Management – Jane Geerts. Mastered By – Mandy Parnell. Music By – Brian Eno. Other – Peter Chilvers. Recorded By – Leo Abrahams (tracks: A1). Viola – Nell Catchpole (tracks: B3).

Includes 44-page book and second disc with instrumental versions of tracks from the album. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Cat.

Track 15 is not numbered on the sleeve. It is titled "Silence" and it actually consists of faint white noise. Published by Opal Music, London (PRS) except in N. America & Canada by Upala Music Inc. (BMI).

Drums Between the Bells is a collaboration album by Brian Eno and poet Rick Holland. Glitch" was released in advance of the album, through Eno's mailing list in April 2011. In 2012 it was awarded a silver certification from the Independent Music Companies Association which indicated sales of at least 20,000 copies throughout Europe.

DRUMS BETWEEN THE BELLS brian-eno. New album forthcoming on Warp Records. Released by: Warp Records. Brian Eno met Rick Holland in the late 1990s, through the collaborative 'Map-Making' project. After creating their first music together in 2003, they met infrequently to work on new compositions  . Connect to this site.

Anônimo 18 de junho de 2018 15:20. grazie thanks from ITALIAN CDR ARMY for this interesting and very biblio-ethical very semi definitive archive of always in touch with music quality Brian Eno. SII !!!! Ciao have good times.

Tracklist

Bless This Space 3:47
Glitch 2:57
Dreambirds 2:25
Pour It Out 3:37
Seedpods 2:49
The Real 6:55
The Airman 3:13
Fierce Aisles Of Light 2:38
As If Your Eyes Were Partly Closed As If You Honed The Swirl Within Them And Offered Me The World 1:38
A Title 3:51
Sounds Alien 2:53
Dow 2:41
Multimedia 1:56
Cloud 4 1:43
Silence 0:58
Breath Of Crows 6:46

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WARPCD214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records, Opal Records WARPCD214 UK 2011
WARPCDD214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD214 Europe 2011
none Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(15xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Warp Records none Europe 2011
WARPCDD214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(15xFile, WAV, Album, 24 ) Warp Records WARPCDD214 Europe 2011
WARPLP214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Warp Records WARPLP214 Europe 2011
WARPCD214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD214 US 2011
BRC-298 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album) Beat Records, Warp Records, Opal Music BRC-298 Japan 2011
WARPCD214X Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album + CD + Ltd) Warp Records WARPCD214X UK & Europe 2011
BRWP214X Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album + CD, Bon + Ltd) Beat Records, Warp Records BRWP214X Japan 2011
WARPCD214 Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records WARPCD214 US 2011
BRC-298LTD Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Dig) Beat Records, Warp Records, Opal Records BRC-298LTD Japan 2011
none Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records none Europe 2011
none Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Warp Records none Europe 2011



Reviews about Brian Eno And The Words Of Rick Holland - Drums Between The Bells (2):
Celace
I get the feeling this a concept album by and large. There's an awful lot of poetry happening. And, well. Umm. There is a (versions) second disc. But, overall. This is up to you discover whether you can happen with it, or not. To cut to the chase. This is probably going to be shelved as that Brian Eno "electronica" dance record. It has that kind of programming around it. Those sound stages and the appropriate motivations and movements in sound are involved. Listening to Glitch. I can't help but think. This is FSOL. Then it expands out into something not unlike AoN (mostly not) expanding upon the Debussy catalog, but more relishing in it happening when it did; (that 98 overground putsch) as an concept based electronica music album. As a full product with its expressed and vocal content. This will take some balls, an arts background, or some kind of crafted and out of mind experience to digest. It goes into some found sound detachments. Takes its turns into a few of the spaces which are Apollo soundtracks through and through. i.e. immaculate and beautiful. I can take it as it is when I can filter it through my dj ears as something which when taken apart is imminently usable. But. God. For a listening experience as an album. This is a twatty and heady endeavor. But. Pull it apart into packets of usable content. There are a lot of ways to use this given the nature of technology and how a disc jockey can apply it for something fun to use where someone might ask, 'what is this?' and you go: 'Oh, it's Brian Eno. Did you know that crafty bugger hung out at Paradise Garage back in the day." But this is a terrible album to listen to as a whole without the aforementioned, or it getting left on in another room. I know it can sound amazing given the right filters. And I can imagine that due to nature of the content; its concepts and language within the sounds of this album. One could hope some remixing will arise from this. There will be some parts of this album getting taken and utilized an awful bit in the coming months. To great effect, or not, is up to the selector, the moment and the participants to consume, and involve themselves with and to utilize the space socially, and reflect back into the vibe of the temporary community within the aural space the song anticipates. At least that is what I would hope. In packets there are some bright moments to exploit and utilize. They will shine in the right illumination. Which, by the range of sounds, and concepts poetically rambled, expounded upon and processed into this record makes it sound pretty much like a soundtrack to Burning Man. Or, that beautiful space where something is possible. Anything, and music is involved, and people are dancing. Life is good. There is a lot of that grace and vibe coming from it where these scenarios and situations become possible and can lilt towards the special. The vocal treatments and portions of the album have a gathering of the tribes pattery heady schmaltz and detached new age hallucinatory, ephemeral random reading of bits from found literature and cut up with allusions towards greater goals and participations with the all and the we. Used well. I imagine good results.
Xava
I must admit I find boring poetry. Eno's atmosphere is superb, finding "Real", yeah, not "The Real", an instant classic. The spoken stuff... well, maybe are good happy words, but if you want more from Brian's mind, this is another great album, at least disc 2.

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