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Classic: Brian Eno – The Big Ship

April 2, 2011

Y’all bloggers and music nerds needs to embrace y’all roots more.  No ‘tent-o, but Brian Music is basically responsible for the entire canon of music after 1973.  This one is as good if not better than the David Bowie instrumental “A New Career In A New Town,” which Eno also basically did.  How is he not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?  Is there a single awards or ceremonial committee that’s even halfway reputable?  Oh yeah, and he pretty much invented a genre, but hey, keep listening to Madonna.  No, you’re right, she really is fantastic.

DL:  Brian Eno – The Big Ship (320 kbps)

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SimilarDavid Bowie – A New Career In A New Town

 

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One comment

  1. Eno practically did “A New Career in a New Town”??? You need to check the credits on the album. This is one of the tracks on the album which Eno was not involved on. Not as a composer and not as a musician. And of course not as a producer, since the album was produced by Tony Visconti and David Bowie as also “Heroes” and Lodger was.



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