Antiques Web Show, Vol. 59

For most, Brian Eno needs no introduction, but if you aren’t already a rabid fan, here is a great place to start. Some consider his catalog tantamount to Bowie’s and their careers were often intertwined. 1974’s Here Come The Warm Jets was his first solo outing after departing Roxy Music. It’s an all-time favorite and I’m sure it makes many ‘top 10 albums of the 70s’ lists. It’s something different and it’s difficult to describe. 1981’s My Life In The Bush of Ghosts is a collaboration with Talking Heads’ David Byrne and is one of the first albums to feature a significant amount of sample-based music. It features wild percussion, experimental recording techniques and some other really far out sounds.

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