Brian Eno - Before and after science/here come the warm jets download album
Produced by him, it was released on Island Records in January 1974. The musical style of Here Come the Warm Jets is a hybrid of glam rock and art pop, similar to Eno's previous album work with Roxy Music, although in a stronger experimental fashion
Brian Eno’s run of rock albums in the ’70s was an unprecedented achievement in music built on aleatory synth settings, fiery guitar work, subconscious lyrics, and of course, Oblique Strategies. And he tinkered endlessly with the raw materials that would eventually come together as Before and After Science. The legend is that Eno worked on somewhere between 100 and 120 songs for the album, although only the ten that ended up on it have ever surfaced. There are no bonus tracks on any of the new releases, not even Eno’s non-album singles of the era, the delightfully hormone-crazed 1974 glam-rock yodel Seven Deadly Finns and a 1975 cover of The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
Complete your Eno collection. The work peaked at on the UK album charts and at on the . It was re-issued on CD in 1990 by Island Records and 2004 by Virgin Records. Needles In The Camel's Eye. 3:10. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch.
Here Come The Warm Jets.
Brian Eno's first solo outing, 1973's self-produced HERE COME THE WARM JETS is an excellent album, for those who can appreciate inspired lunacy - but it's nothing like his later ambient works, or the generally more serious and disciplined ANOTHER GREEN WORLD and BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE. This recording is great fun, but it's certainly not for everyone. Along with the clever studio craft that would later make him perhaps the most sought-after producer in modern music, Eno shows a wicked sense of humour
The title track's actual warm jets - not named after any fruity watersports - refer to the fuzzy warm flow of treated guitars. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch' singlehandedly invents Talking Heads. The grandiose outer-space wall of sound created by voice and treated piano of 'On Some Faraway Beach' still illuminates new melodies and dimension each time it's played, 40-odd years after release.
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1974: Here Come The Warm Jets. 1974: Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy). 1975: Another Green World. 1977: Cluster & Eno. 1978: Before And After Science. 1978: Music For Films. 1978: After The Heat. Eno's second solo album is ever so slightly weaker than Here Come The Warm Jets, but don't let it worry you - and, after all, quite a lot of people consider it to be his masterpiece, so who am I to argue? There is just one little problem, though. Taking Tiger Mountain was an absolutely revolutionary record for Eno, maybe even more so than all of his later ventures into sheer atmospherics and ambience (and, by the way, nearly every record that the man released in between 1973-78 was revolutionary in its own way).