They found a body on the race-track; No identifying signs In his pocket was a notebook With a number inside And Guadalajara's just a few miles down the line. I'm really happy that we persevered. This album has some of the most accessible music either artist has been involved in. I like it but don't love it. You walk towards the station. Transcription provided by aka Mukamuk. Not really a bad thing as the album comes off well and there really aren't any particularly bad tracks, but this album doesn't blow me away either and doesn't have enough hooks for me to want to return to it often despite the groovy rhythms, symphonic backings and passionate dual harmonies.
There is plenty of electronic art pop going on here but there are also lush string sections that include violin and viola. The same things are everywhere around. I enjoy the very uplifting 'Spinning Away' and its crispy guitar sound. This one would have fit well on any Wang Chung album, in other words, I don't care for it as much. Windows computers have a built-in ability to rotate the display, which can be useful in a variety of circumstances. For while thousands have traditionally eaten chocolate digestives with the biscuit side faced down, a writer may now have revealed the correct way to consume the treats.
All items include the original case and artwork. It's a cliche, in fact. Maybe that speaks against the quality of them? This 1990 release found Brian Eno who should need no introduction here and former cello prodigy John Cale ex Velvet Underground entering the studio for a collaborative effort which would see Eno putting aside his longstanding ambient experiments to record his first new pop songs with vocals, yet! We can't make out the other words being sung in the background. Disc s and case show moderate signs of wear and tear. And on the other hand, if you listen to the lyrics, there is this very strange story about a ship turning around and around, a motif in many of your songs.
The River is effectively an Eno solo song, and is another haunting song with minimalist backing which reacalls some of the slower songs from Another Green World and Before and After Science. It is a slow ambient song, but the electric piano or vibe is a little annoying and reminds you of the terrible late 70s, early 80s Chicago albums. So lots of influences and sounds jumbled together to make for a very interesting hybrid of sounds. If I happen to return to the album and find out that my review goes wrong somehow, I'll fix it afterwards. So that song was kind of a joke on myself. The lift stops between two floors. In case something is wrong or missing kindly let us know by leaving a comment below and we will be more than happy to help you out.
The first track is sung by Eno, but I would imagine it involves auto tune, because I have never heard him sing like this. Almost nothing in the papers. Kit Lovelace wrote: 'I never considered myself to be a fastidiously neat person, but the prospect of holding a chocolate digestive chocolate-side down, and getting my thumb all smudgy? Artful string accents, memorable melodies, cool beats and grooves, plus excellent vocals and harmonies are the order of the day. It's like a very sharp pencil. My most popular record is 'Music for Airports. If it fades away, I don't mind. We're going 'round in circles.
To catch wind, to catch the other forces that are around, the controllable forces. There was a long line of cars in front of me. The lift stops between two floors, right, don't forget that. No: this album leans more on their eighties catalogue. It's likely that a setting has been accidentally changed - or a friend or family member has played a prank on you - rather than your screen being on the blink. We pushed the empty frame of reason out the cabinet door, No we won't be needing reason anymore.
Regardless of the turbulence behind its making, Eno and Cale drew the best from each other. They float on top of this sea of action, you know, this sea of activity. Cale's melancholic and moving 'Cordoba' is fine in a different way. All is clear: I can see for miles and miles. Though the collaboration yielded great results, from the beginning, the artists made it clear that the chances of a reprise were slim. Eno issued a press release at the time the album was issued, listing several obvious questions and his responses.
All items include the original case and artwork. There are few things I keep for long. And it is not the best of them which was achieved in the seventies. So, all of those images of power beyond your own conciousness, beyond your own will, and of separation, are to do with the sea image for me. The whole of this album is pretty weak and only deserves one star according my standards. Brian Eno: Well, it's quite interesting, that you are the first person that noticed that it's a self portrait laughs , which was so obvious to me. Not to mention that there isn't anything prog in here.