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“Arguably the most quietly influential of all his works” according to the BBC, this conceptual record was intended as a soundtrack for imaginary films, with excerpts later featuring in movies by directors including John Woo and Derek Jarman.
The album is a loose compilation of material, composed of short tracks ranging from one-and-a-half minutes to just over four, making it the antithesis of the long, ambient pieces he later became known for. The compositional styles and equipment used also carried over onto Eno's work David Bowie's 1977 classic ‘Low’.
Unlike Eno's later ambient works, ‘Music for Films’ utilizes a broader sonic palette, with his studio exercises being supplemented by instrumentation from Rhett Davies, John Cale, Phil Collins, Robert Fripp, Fred Frith, Percy Jones, Bill MacCormick, Dave Mattacks, Paul Rudolph and Rod Melvin.
Brian's pioneering Ambient album from 1978 has been Half-Speed Mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios, London and is now presented in a gatefold sleeve on 2 heavy weight albums which are played at 45rpm for a superior listening experience. Contains an Obi and an Abbey Road Certificate
A1 M386 A2 Aragon A3 From The Same Hill A4 Inland Sea B1 Two Rapid Formations B2 Slow Water B3 Sparrowfall ( 1 ) B4 Sparrowfall ( 2 ) B5 Sparrowfall ( 3 ) C1 Quartz C2 Events In Dense Fog C3 "There Is Nobody" C4 A Measured Room C5 Patrolling Wire Borders D1 Task Force D2 Alternative 3 D3 Strange Light D4 Final Sunset