Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Eno is enough

Brian Eno rules. As a musician and producer he has constantly stayed at the cutting edge, from his early 70s work with Roxy Music to his incredible output as a solo artist and producer for Bowie, Ultravox, DEVO, and most notably, The Talking Heads and U2. I could say more (lots more), but I think I'll let the music speak for itself; it's a playlist of songs either by Eno or produced by Eno. Good stuff.


Blogger mgrooves said...

Brian Eno, producer
"Crosseyed And Painless" - Talking Heads
"The Jezebel Spirit" - Brian Eno / David Byrne
"Sound And Vision" - David Bowie
"Pride" - U2
"Needles In The Camel's Eye" - Brian Eno
""Heroes"" - David Bowie
"Say Something" - James
"Lemon" - U2
"Here She Comes" - Slowdive
"By This River" - Brian Eno
"Mysterious Ways" - U2
"St. Elmo's Fire" - Brian Eno
"Tomorrow" - James
"Protection" - Massive Attack
"The Maker" - Daniel Lanois
"Where The Streets Have No Name" - U2
"Once In A Lifetime" - Talking Heads
"Uncontrollable Urge" - DEVO
"With Our Love" - Talking Heads
"Boys Keep Swinging" - David Bowie
"Burning Airlines Gives You So Much More" - Brian Eno
"A Sort Of Homecoming" - U2
"Look Back In Anger" - David Bowie
"Cities" - Talking Heads
"Secret World" - Peter Gabriel
"Sing" - Slowdive
"Stay (Faraway, So Close!)" - U2
"Regiment" - Brian Eno / David Byrne

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