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Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD [FLAC]

Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD
2003
FLAC

A rather strange one this!

In 2003, to promote an Italian wine (Pellisero), for some reason, a promotional CD was sent to wine distributors!

Very surreal!! … Eno music never really encourages me to drink wine! Everything else does, however!

This promotional CD included 5 unreleased Brian Eno tracks.

The music sounds like outtakes from “Bell Studies” period.

Ripped in FLAC with cover scans.

Tracklisting

1) Study 16 (x5, x3, series ratios) 2:32
2) Study 17 (pythgorean ratios) 4:12
3) If a bell became a drone 2:14
4) Campion Bells 2:25
5) Bell Study with distant delay 5:22

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October 13, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Brian Eno & David Byrne – "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981)

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Brian Eno & David Byrne – “My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts” (1981)

Released February 1981 (1981-02)
Recorded August 4, 1979–October 1980 at RPM Studios, New York; Blue Rock Studios, New York; Eldorado, Los Angeles; Different Fur, San Francisco; Sigma, New York
Genre Art rock, experimental music
Length 39:40
Label Sire Records
Producer David Byrne and Brian Eno

My Life in the Bush of Ghosts is a 1981 album by Brian Eno and David Byrne, titled after Amos Tutuola’s 1954 novel of the same name. The album was re-released in expanded form in 2006.

Receiving strong reviews upon its release, My Life is now regarded as a high point in the discographies of Eno and Byrne.

In a 1985 interview, Kate Bush stated the album “left a very big mark on popular music,” while critic John Bush describes it as “[a] pioneering work for countless styles connected to electronics, ambience, and Third World music.”

Tracklisting

Side One:

1. “America Is Waiting” (arr. Eno, Byrne, Bill Laswell, Tim Wright, David Van Tieghem) – 3:36
* Unidentified indignant radio host, San Francisco, April 1980.
2. “Mea Culpa” – 3:35
* Inflamed caller and smooth politician replying, both unidentified. Radio call-in show, New York, July 1979.
3. “Regiment” (Eno, Byrne, Michael “Busta Cherry” Jones) – 3:56
* Dunya Yusin, Lebanese mountain singer. (From The Human Voice in the World of Islam, Tangent Records TGS131)
4. “Help Me Somebody” – 4:18
* Reverend Paul Morton, broadcast sermon, New Orleans, June 1980.
5. “The Jezebel Spirit” – 4:55
* Unidentified exorcist, New York, September 1980.

Side Two:

1. “Qu’ran” – 3:46
* Algerian Muslims chanting Qu’ran. (Same source as track 3)
2. “Moonlight in Glory” – 4:19
* The Moving Star Hall Singers, Sea Islands, Georgia. (From The Moving Star Hall Singers, Folkways FS 3841). Produced by Guy Carawan.
3. “The Carrier” – 3:30
* Dunya Yusin. (See track 3)
4. “A Secret Life” – 2:30
* Samira Tewfik, Egyptian popular singer. (From Les Plus Grandes Artistes du Monde Arabe, EMI)
5. “Come with Us” – 2:38
* Unidentified radio evangelist, San Francisco, April 1980
6. “Mountain of Needles” – 2:35

All tracks written by Eno/Byrne except as indicated.

*Notes above indicate the voices sampled, from the liner notes.

“Qu’ran”, which features samples of Qur’anic recital, was replaced by “Very, Very Hungry” in some later releases. On some early editions of the record, “Very, Very Hungry” was included along with “Qu’ran” on the Compact Disc release.

Personnel

* David Byrne and Brian Eno – guitars, basses, synthesizers, drums, percussion, found objects
* John Cooksey – drums
* Chris Frantz – drums
* Dennis Keeley – bodhran
* Busta Jones – bass
* Bill Laswell – bass
* Mingo Lewis – bata, sticks
* Prairie Prince – can, bass drum
* Jose Rossy – congas, agong-gong
* Steve Scales – congas, metals
* David van Tieghem – drums, percussion
* Tim Wright – click bass
* Rooks on “Help Me Somebody” courtesy April Potts, Eglingham Hall

Here she be:

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August 29, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, David Byrne, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

David Byrne & Brian Eno – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (2008) @ 320

David Byrne & Brian Eno – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (2008)
Mp3 @ 320

Recorded Demoed by Eno in his London home studio through 2006, finished by Byrne and Leo Abrahams in their New York City and London home studios through 2008; additional instrumentation recorded at Cafe Music Studios and at Harder Sound in New York City.
Genre Ambient, folktronica, Gospel
Length 47:16
Label Self-released
Producer David Byrne and Brian Eno, additional production by Leo Abrahams

Everything That Happens Will Happen Today is the second album made in collaboration between David Byrne and Brian Eno, released on August 18, 2008.

It is the first collaboration between the two since 1981’s excellent My Life in the Bush of Ghosts and Eno’s work producing and co-writing with Talking Heads.

Byrne and Eno worked on creating the album – a mix of electronic and Gospel music – throughout 2007 and early 2008 over the e-mail and have used word-of-mouth and Internet sales to market the music.

Byrne will tour for this album, performing songs from both this release and from the duo’s previous collaborations, through late 2008 and early 2009.

More here; wiki/Everything_That_Happens_Will_Happen_Today

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Tracklisting

1. “Home” – 5:06
2. “My Big Nurse” – 3:21
3. “I Feel My Stuff” – 6:25
4. “Everything That Happens” – 3:46
5. “Life Is Long” – 3:45
6. “The River” – 2:30
7. “Strange Overtones” – 4:17
8. “Wanted for Life” – 5:06
9. “One Fine Day” – 4:55
10. “Poor Boy” – 4:19
11. “The Lighthouse” – 3:46
12. “Never Thought”
13. “Walking Along the River”
14. “The Eyes”
15. “The Painting”



Personnel


“Home”

* Leo Abrahams – acoustic guitars, percussion
* David Byrne – vocals, guitar solo
* Brian Eno – bass, backing vocals, electric drums, Kaoss Pad, keyboards, guitars
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“My Big Nurse”

* Leo Abrahams – acoustic and electric guitar, piano, percussion
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – bass, organ, Steinberg virtual guitar, electric guitar
* Steve Jones – fast pulls guitar
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“I Feel My Stuff”

* Leo Abrahams – guitar, solo guitar
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – basses, electric drums, “inhuman piano”, guitar, keyboards, brass, backing vocals, traps
* Tim Harries – melody bass
* Phil Manzanera – drone guitar
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“Everything That Happens”

* Leo Abrahams – piano, coin guitar
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – bass, keyboards, water guitars, stellar voice

“Life Is Long”

* Leo Abrahams – guitar, upright piano, percussion
* David Byrne – vocals
* Barry Danielian – brass
* Brian Eno – bass, backing vocals, strings, programming, Omnichord piano, guitar
* Steve Jones – rhythm guitar
* Dan Levine, – brass and arrangement
* Dave Mann – brass
* Paul Shapiro – brass

“The River”

* Leo Abrahams – hurdy gurdy, baritone guitar
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – guitars, bass, keyboards, backing vocals
* Mauro Refosco – murky pandeiro, cricket shaker, reco reco, peddler’s rattle

“Strange Overtones”

* Leo Abrahams – guitars, bass, Dubreq Stylophone, programming
* David Byrne – vocals, rhythm guitar
* Brian Eno – backing vocals, organ solo, Omnichord piano, keyboards, programming
* Steve Jones – delay guitar
* Mauro Refosco – bongo, conga, tambourine
* Seb Rochford – live drums
* Robert Wyatt – frame drum solo

“Wanted for Life”

* Leo Abrahams – guitars, bass, backing vocals, percussion
* David Byrne – vocals
* Barry Danielian – treated brass
* Brian Eno – bass, backing vocals, snout keyboard, guitar, electric drums
* Dan Levine – treated brass
* Dave Mann – treated brass
* Seb Rochford – live drums
* Paul Shapiro – treated brass

“One Fine Day”

* Leo Abrahams – acoustic guitar, bass
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – bass, backing vocals, Steinberg virtual guitar, electric guitars, programming
* Steve Jones – melody guitar
* Mauro Refosco – zabumba, cahon, tamborim, conga, shaker
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“Poor Boy”

* Leo Abrahams – high bass
* David Byrne – vocals, guitars
* Brian Eno – bass, electric drums, programming, guitars, keyboards, brass
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“The Lighthouse”

* Leo Abrahams – bass, thunder guitar
* David Byrne – vocals, guitars, ebow guitars, clavinet, piano, surdu, percussion
* Brian Eno – bass, guitar treatments, keys, programming
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“Never Thought”

* Leo Abrahams – ebow, acoustic guitar, piano, percussion
* David Byrne – vocals, ebow guitars
* Brian Eno – bass, lead and rhythm guitars, programming, “inhuman piano”, backing vocals
* Melanie Hall QC – female backing vocals
* Robert Wyatt – Handsonic drum

“Walking Along the River”

* David Byrne – vocals, piano
* Brian Eno – bass, electric guitars, keyboards, electric drums, Omnichord piano, percussion, backing vocals
* Darla Eno – vocals
* Irial Eno – vocals
* Seb Rochford – live drums

“The Eyes”

* Leo Abrahams – reverse guitars, bass
* David Byrne – vocals
* Brian Eno – guitars, keys, Omnichord piano, piano, backing vocals

“The Painting”

* David Byrne – vocals
* Leo Abrahams – guitars, bass, glockenspiel, solo guitar
* Brian Eno – guitar, shakers, programming, keys
* Mauro Refosco – zabumba, timbal
* Seb Rochford – live drums

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here she be:

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or

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or

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August 29, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, David Byrne, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Music_Gospel, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Harmonia 76 (Eno, Roedelius,Rother & Moebius) – Tracks & Traces (1977)


Harmonia 76 (Eno, Roedelius,Rother & Moebius) – Tracks & Traces (1977)

Tracks and Traces is the one and only album credited to Harmonia ’76, but it is generally regarded as the third album by the highly influential Krautrock/Kosmische Musik group Harmonia.

Harmonia was formed by the addition of Neu! guitarist Michael Rother to Cluster, the duo of Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius.

Harmonia ’76 is the name assigned by Rykodisc, the label which released Tracks and Traces to Harmonia after British ambient musician Brian Eno joined the group.

The recording sessions which resulted in this album took place in September, 1976, hence the imaginative name!!

Tracks and Traces was recorded at Harmonia’s studio in Forst, Germany. It was not released until November 4, 1997 by the American Rykodisc label.

Various websites quote Eno as saying that Harmonia was “the world’s most important rock band” in the mid ’70s, including Sherman Wick in his review of Musik Von Harmonia, the first Harmonia album.

Daniel Dumych, who also cites that quote, writes in his article for hyperreal.org: “Perhaps Eno’s reason for praising Harmonia so highly was that their music fit the requirements of ambient rock. Its music was equally suitable for active or passive listening.

The careful listener found his/her attentions rewarded by the musical activities and sounds, but Harmonia’s music was also capable of setting a sonic environment.” Clearly Eno had been very impressed with both Musik Von Harmonia and Cluster’s fourth album Zuckerzeit and had joined Harmonia on tour, first playing with the group at The Fabrik in Hamburg.

Jeff Melton, who reviewed Tracks and Traces for the Expose Progressive Music website, described the album, in part: “Overall the album is relaxing and evokes dream like images but doesn’t force you to passively count sheep. For a lost project which had been unreleased for over twenty years, I’d say it’s as current [as] any techno project if only for the strength of the collaboration and the blurring of egos.” The album has only one vocal track, “Luneburg Heath”.

Jess Barnett, writing in her review for FensePost, comments that the song “has a strong Eno presence and a disembodied voice singing, ‘Don’t get lost on Luneberg Heath’.

The synth lines are twangy and muffled, repetitive but not boring.” Ned Raggett, writing the review for Allmusic, says in part: “Having already created two excellent albums, the core Harmonia trio was easily placed to whip up a third, with Eno the wild-card factor who turned out to be a perfect addition.

While contributing some lyrics and singing at a time when he was steering away firmly from both in his own solo work, most of the time Eno lets the band speak for themselves musically, most notably adding snaky, quietly threatening basslines.”

After Michael Rother left Harmonia Eno continued to work with Moebius and Roedelius, recording two albums: Cluster & Eno in 1977 and After The Heat in 1978. Harmonia also continued to influence Brian Eno’s work long after its demise. A review of Musik Von Harmonia on the Cult Cargo website cites the track “Ahoi” as “the blueprint for a couple of the tracks on Eno’s Apollo LP, with its minimalist picked guitar and simple piano runs.”


Tracklisting

1 Vamos Companeros (4:32)
2 By the Riverside (9:31)
3 Luneburg Heath (4:53)
4 Sometimes in Autumn (15:49)
5 Weird Dream (6:39)
6 Almost (5:28)
7 Les Demoiselles (3:59)
8 When Shade Was Born (1:30)
9 Trace (1:31)

Personnel

* Michael Rother – E-guitar, keyboards, drum machine
* Dieter Moebius – Synthesizer, mini harp
* Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Keyboards
* Brian Eno – Synthesizer, e-bass, voice, lyrics

Here she be:

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July 25, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Harmonia, Michael Rother, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brian Eno (with Robert Fripp)- New Depression Music





Brian Eno (with Robert Fripp)- New Depression Music


Vinyl rip (not my work) @320

Not too much info on this interesting work.

Most tracks are undated mid-70’s demos (featuring Robert Fripp on some tracks), originally issued as ” New Depression Music – Music For Fans Vol. I”

Notes on individual tracks from the compiler are below with the tracklisting.

gamilan says;

I own this piece of vinyl. Not very good sounding one, but a fair rarity now. I’m thinking about putting it on e-bay some day!

Not a deadly sure, but I think most (if not all) of the tracks from EP were released on Instrumental Box and later on “half re-release” of Music for Films Vol. 2 under the title More Music for Films in the series of Eno’s remastered albums in 2005. Sadly, not all tracks from Music for Films Vol. 2 were included on that re-issue. Maybe sometime in the future there will be another release perhaps entitled Some More Music for Films omitting some completely different tracks for collectors’ enjoyment.



Tracklisting

1. Deep Waters*

2. Untitled*

3. The Last Door*

4. Chemin Der Fer*

5. Dark Waters*

6. Melancholy Waltz*

7. Shell*

8. Empty Landscape*

9. Reactor*

10. The Secret*

11. Don’t Look Back*

12. Marseilles*

13. Untitled*

14. Untitled*

15. Part I#

16. Part II#

17. Untitled^

Notes;

* – Eno – Undated mid-70’s demos (featuring Robert Fripp on some tracks).

Originally issued as ” New Depression Music – Music For Fans Vol. I” 10″

Sounds like an early prototype for the Music For Films Vol. 1 LP.

Some tracks have different titles to the ones they eventually received (although many of them are totally unreleased in any form), but in the spirit of the original bootleg I have left them listed as is.

# – Fripp & Eno – Top Gear, BBC Radio 1 November 1973. Transferred from vinyl LP “Music For Fans Vol. III” – Part II has three minutes of ticking at the beginning I do not have the tools to remove (sorry!)

^ – Robert Fripp – Untitled piece from first Frippertronics performance, broadcast August 18th 1979. Tranferred from “Music For Fans Vol. III” LP.

Here be Eno;

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http://sharebee.com/5a8407e4

Must have both files to unpack.


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July 20, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Robert Fripp, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brian Eno & John Cale – Wrong Way Up

Brian Eno & John Cale – Wrong Way Up
Mp3 @ 256 kbps

Wrong Way Up was the 1990 album by music greats Brian Eno and John Cale.

The album features Electronic and Prog-Rock/Art Rock sound and features some of Eno’s most mainstream work.

The single “Been There, Done That” remains the only Eno single to ever reach an American chart. The cover picture is by Brian Eno.

Read more about Eno here; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Eno

Tracklisting

1. “Lay My Love” (4:44)
2. “One Word” (4:34)
3. “In the Backroom” (4:02)
4. “Empty Frame” (4:26)
5. “Cordoba” (4:22)
6. “Spinning Away” (5:27)
7. “Footsteps” (3:13)
8. “Been There, Done That” (2:52)
9. “Crime in the Desert” (3:42)
10. “The River” (4:23)

All tracks written by John Cale & Brian Eno


Personnel

* John Cale: vocals, pianos, keyboards, bass, harp, horn, dumbek, viola, strings, omnichord
* Brian Eno: vocals, keyboards, rhythm bed, Indian drum, guitars, Shinto bell, bass, little Nigerian organ
* Robert Ahwai: rhythm guitar
* Nell Catchpole: violins
* Rhett Davies: backing vocals
* Daryl Johnson: bass
* Ronald Jones: tabla, drums
* Bruce Lampcov: backing vocals
* Dave Young: guitars, bass

Here she be:

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June 15, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, John Cale, Music_Ambient, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brian Eno & John Cale – One Word

Two greats of modern music combine here on this rare video.

This was a single from their collaborative album “Wrong Way Up”.

“Wrong Way Up” from 1990 featured an Electronic /Prog-Rock/Art Rock sound and features some of Eno’s most mainstream work.

The single “Been There, Done That” remains the only Eno single to ever reach an American chart.

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June 15, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, John Cale, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Brian Eno – Some Great Albums! (256 kbps)

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Brian Eno – 7 Great Albums! (256 kbps)

Some amazing music from Mr. Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno!

Brian Eno (born on 15 May 1948, in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England), with full name Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno , is an English electronic musician, music theorist and record producer. As a solo artist, he is best known as the father of modern ambient music.

With an art school background and inspiration from minimalism, Eno first came to prominence as the keyboard and synthesizer player of the 1970s glam and art rock band Roxy Music.

After leaving the group, Eno recorded four highly idiosyncratic and original rock albums, before turning to more abstract soundscapes on records such as Discreet Music (1975) and Ambient Music for Airports (1978).

Since then he has made dozens of albums, many with similarly minded collaborators such as Harold Budd, Cluster, John Cale, David Byrne and Robert Fripp.

Eno also became involved in pop music collaborations beginning in the late 1970s, joining David Bowie on his avant-garde Berlin Trilogy and helping to popularise the band Devo and the punk rock-influenced “No Wave” scene.

Eno is also notable for introducing the concepts of chance music to pop and rock and roll. Eno’s production and songwriting credits include critical and commercial successes by Talking Heads and U2, such as Remain in Light and The Joshua Tree, as well as work with James, Slowdive, Paul Simon and the 2008 Coldplay album Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends.

Eno has pursued several artistic ventures parallel to his music career, including visual art installations, a regular column in the newspaper The Observer and, in collaboration with artist Peter Schmidt, “Oblique Strategies”, a deck of cards in which each card contains a phrase or cryptic remark, intended to be drawn randomly, for the purpose of suggesting insights to break a deadlock or dilemma situation.

Eno recently contributed a chapter to Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture (The MIT Press, 2008) edited by Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky.

Read more here; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Eno

Brian Eno at The Long Now Foundation, June 26, 2006.

1) “Here Comes The Warm Jets” (1974)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11…..m_Jets.zip

2) “Taking Mountain Tiger (By Strategy)” (1974)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11…..ategy_.zip

3) “Another Green World” (1975)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11….._World.zip

4) “Discreet Music” (1975)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11….._Music.zip

5) “Before And After Science” (1977)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11…..cience.zip

6) “Ambient Music 1: Music For Airports” (1978)
http://rapidshare.com/files/11…..art_1_.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/11…..art_2_.zip

7) “My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts” (with David Byrne) (1981)
http://rapidshare.com/files/93…..Ghosts.zip

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June 15, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, David Byrne, Music_Ambient, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Electronica | 3 Comments

Brian Eno – Curiosities Volume I/II (2003/04)

Two rather hard to find Eno Albums for ya!

Curiosities Volume I (2003)

Brain One’s interest in doing things in the present rather than trading off his considerable reputation means he’s almost constantly at work in his studio; it’s not unusual for him to turn up for a radio interview clutching a new piece he’s finished off that morning.

That many of these tracks never see the light of day was a source of concern to Brian’s assistant Marlon Weyeneth, who’s compiled this album from the heaps of DATs littering the Eno studio.

Apart from two remixed tracks from the unfortunate Headcandy CD-ROM (one with trusty old mucker Robert Fripp) and one extended version of a track from The Drop, all of the music here is previously unreleased.

It runs the gamut from mechanistic digital funk (slithery basslines, stiff drums and ghostly percussive clatter) to the ‘Unwelcome Jazz’ of The Drop. There’s some spectral ambient meanderings and a spot of the experiments with processed vocalese that he’s lately become interested in.

There’s even a rather beautiful little organ solo, entitled “My Lonely Organ” (Fnaaar).

-BBC

Tracklisting

1.Select a Bonk
2.Draw One Animal
3.Ambient Savage
4.Circus Mathematics
5.Castro Haze
6.Groan Wash
7.Cheeky Hop
8.Work/Wank
9.Late Evening in Jersey
10.Slow Lump With Strings
11.Never Tunnelling
12.My Lonely Organ
13.Weird Bird Call Carnival
14.War Fetish
15.Manila Envelope

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/10…..lume_i.rar


Curiosities Volume II (2004)

Tracklisting

1.Summer Ride.
2.Haslet.
3.Beta Recall.
4.Move.
5.Fat Nude Dance.
6.Native Tambourine.
7.Bright Alarm.
8.Watch The World.
9.Church.
10.Swept.
11.Fields Of Ice.
12.Asteroid Dawn

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/10……part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/10……part2.rar

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April 26, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Music_Ambient, _MUSIC | 2 Comments