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It was with their second album, 1978's More Songs About Buildings and Food that the band began its long-term collaboration with producer Brian Eno, who had previously worked with Roxy Music, David Bowie, John Cale and Robert Fripp ; the title of Eno's 1977 song " King's Lead Hat " is an anagram of the band's name.
* Also heard in the soundtrack is " Sparrowfall 1 ", a track from Brian Eno's 1978 album, Music for Films.
* Brian Eno's musical career begins as a member of Cornelius Cardew's Scratch Orchestra.
On Brian Eno's 1977 Before and After Science album, guest musician Robert Wyatt is credited for his percussion contributions under the pseudonym Shirley Williams.
It is also used by multi-instrumentalist Laraaji on the third release of Brian Eno's ambient music series, Ambient 3: Day of Radiance.
Another Green World represents a turning point in Brian Eno's musical career.
In 2000, Sugar Ray did a cover version of John Cale and Brian Eno's " Spinning Away " for the soundtrack to " The Beach ".
Lanois worked collaboratively with Brian Eno on some of Eno's own projects, one of which was the theme song for David Lynch's film adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune.
Cover of Brian Eno's " Apollo "
* Brian Eno's song " Burning Airlines Give You So Much More " wonders, " How does she intend to live when she's in far Cathay?
An example of phasing in popular music is " The True Wheel " on Brian Eno's album Taking Tiger Mountain ( By Strategy ).
In 1996 Norton helped produce an edition of Brian Eno's Oblique Strategies cards for distribution to his friends and colleagues.
The band's name is taken from the lyrics of Brian Eno's song " The True Wheel " from the album Taking Tiger Mountain ( By Strategy ).
In even more extreme examples, British musician Brian Eno's full name is Brian Peter George St. Jean le Baptiste de la Salle Eno ; Canadian actors Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas named their son Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus Sutherland.
Fripp first used the technique while recording in Brian Eno's home studio, combining guitar performance with two-machine tape delay, on the 21-minute piece " The Heavenly Music Corporation " released on the album ( No Pussyfooting ) in 1973.
Griot is the name of an instrumental track on Jon Hassell and Brian Eno's ambient music album Possible Musics.
The record store became a record label slowly at first, initially releasing limited edition records such as Brian Eno's " Wimoweh / Deadly Seven Finns " seven inch.
Volume II differs significantly from the first volume in the series, in that it consists of lengthy, textured ambient compositions with minimal percussion and occasional vocal samples, in a vein similar to Brian Eno's ambient works.
The name of Slade's persona " Maxwell Demon " was named after Brian Eno's first band, which in itself was influenced by James Clerk Maxwell's thought experiment character, " Maxwell's demon ".
In the late 1970s Brian Eno's defining explorations in ambient music further influenced the formation of the New Age music genre, as developed in the styles of musicians such as Robert Fripp, Jon Hassell, Laraaji, Harold Budd, Cluster, Jah Wobble ( of post-punk band Public Image Limited ).
The first album, Music From The Penguin Cafe, was released in 1976 on Brian Eno's experimental Obscure Records label, an offshoot of the EG label ; a collection of pieces recorded in the years 1974-1976, it was followed in 1981 by Penguin Cafe Orchestra, after which the band settled into a more regular release schedule.
Dark ambient evolved partially based on several of Brian Eno's early solo albums ( Another Green World -> In Dark Trees, Music For Films ) and colaboration that had a distinctly dark or discordant edge, notably " An Index of Metals " ( from Evening Star, 1975 ), a collaboration with Robert Fripp that incorporated harsh guitar feedback, the ambient pieces on the second half of David Bowie's Low ( 1977 ) and " Heroes ", Fourth World, Vol.
That she is the Judy in Brian Eno's Back In Judy's Jungle is stated in her 3: AM Magazine interview.

Brian and album
In 1966, several rock releases were arguably concept albums in the sense that they presented a set of thematically-linked songs-and they also instigated other rock artists to consider using the album format in a similar fashion: The Beach Boys ' Pet Sounds was a musical portrayal of Brian Wilson's state of mind at the time ( and a major inspiration to Paul McCartney ).
However, Brian Wilson has stated that the idea of the record being a " concept album " is mainly within the way the album was produced and structured.
However, later in 1966, Brian Wilson began work on the Smile album, which was intended as a narrative.
He then confounded the expectations of both his record label and his American audiences by recording the minimalist album Low ( 1977 )— the first of three collaborations with Brian Eno over the next two years.
Jan and Brian Wilson collaborated on roughly a dozen hits and album cuts for Jan and Dean, including the number one national hit " Surf City ", written by Brian Wilson, in 1963.
The multi-instrumentalist, founder and former The Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones played koto in the song Take It Or Leave It, on the album Aftermath, 1966.
* Brian Eno sampled Schwitters ' recording of Ursonate for the " Kurt's Rejoinder " track on his 1977 album, Before and after Science.
An album of the songs sung in Monty Python's Life of Brian has been released on the Disky label.
" Group members, Gilbert, David Baerwald and David Ricketts ( both formerly of David & David ), Bill Bottrell, Brian MacLeod, and Dan Schwartz share songwriting credits with Crow on her debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club.
* In 1996, RCA Victor released the tribute album The Songs of West Side Story featuring new versions of the songs from the musical sung by popular music stars, including: " The Jet Song " sung by Brian Setzer, " A Boy Like That " sung by Selena, " I feel Pretty " sung by Little Richard, two versions of " Somewhere " performed by Aretha Franklin and Phil Collins, " Tonight " sung by Wynonna Judd and Kenny Loggins, " America " sung by Patti LaBelle, Natalie Cole and Sheila E., " I Have a Love " sung by Trisha Yearwood and " Rumble " performed by Chick Corea Elektric Band and Steve Vai's Monsters.
The album ( released on Gigitone Records ) was produced by Jeffrey Foskett, who has worked extensively with Brian Wilson and played on Wilson ’ s 2004 Grammy-winning version of SMiLE.
The album also featured one of the band's heaviest songs, Brian May's " Tie Your Mother Down ", which became a staple of their live shows.
On 15 August 2006, Brian May confirmed through his website and fan club that Queen + Paul Rodgers would begin producing their first studio album beginning in October, to be recorded at a " secret location ".
Brian May confirmed that he and Taylor are working their way through the band's old material to compile a selection of unreleased songs for the forthcoming album.
At the time, Simon was already working on a new album with Brian Eno called Surprise, which was released in May 2006.
*" Alice in Wonderland ", a song from Brian McFadden's album Set in Stone
* Thursday Afternoon is a 1985 album by the British ambient musician Brian Eno consisting of one 60 minute long composition.
The album was the first that The Beatles undertook following the death of their manager, Brian Epstein, and the first released by their own record label, Apple.
* Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, 1983 album by Brian Eno
Later, inspired by Terry Riley's use of one tape on two tape machines, Brian Eno and Robert Fripp created the technical basis for their No Pussyfooting album — this technological concept was later dubbed Frippertronics.
Recording sessions for the band's first album took place in Capitol's basement studios ( in the famous tower building ) in August 1962, but early on Brian lobbied for a different place to cut Beach Boy tracks.

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