Country: US. Released: 1990. Effects – Brian Eno. Engineer – David Botrill, Roman Zak. Photography By – Russell Mills. Photography By – Anthea Norman-Taylor. Photography By – Alexander Caminada. Producer – Daniel Lanois. Remastered By – Michael Brook, Tony Cousins. Written-by, Composed By, Performer – Roger Eno. Notes.
It's very reminiscent of the Eno/Budd collaborations "The Plateaux of Mirrors" and "The Pearl", and like those works, it's music that can either be listened to seriously or just played at low volume in the background. In other words, it's "as ignorable as it is listenable". If you're an ambient music fan, you owe it to yourself to get this album. This album is very much in the same vein. Apparently often compared to Satie and Debussy, Roger Eno's work reminds me at times of Angelo Badalamenti in it's chord progressions and evocative moodiness. It is far more pared down though, not necessarily simplified, but stripped to it's basic components.
Roger Eugene Eno was born in Woodbridge, England in 1959. He is known primarily as an ambient music composer. He began euphonium lessons at 12, and at 16 entered Colchester Institute to study music.
Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks is the ninth solo studio album by British ambient musician Brian Eno, released in 1983. It was written, produced, and performed by Brian Eno, his brother Roger and Daniel Lanois. Music from the album appeared in the films 28 Days Later, Traffic, and Trainspotting, whose soundtrack sold approximately four million copies. Two of the songs from the album, "Silver Morning" and "Deep Blue Day", were issued as a 7" single on EG Records.
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