Before and After Science - Ten Pictures
Download links and information about Before and After Science - Ten Pictures by Brian Eno. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Ambient, New Age, Electronica, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 39:36 minutes.
|Genre:||Ambient, New Age, Electronica, Rock|
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|1.||No One Receiving||3:52|
|4.||Energy Fools the Magician||2:04|
|5.||King's Lead Hat||3:56|
|6.||Here He Comes||5:38|
|8.||By This River||3:03|
|9.||Through Hollow Lands (For Harold Budd)||3:56|
|10.||Spider and I||4:10|
Within the crosscurrents of some of the most innovative moments of his career—including collaborations with David Bowie and his own work in the burgeoning field of ambient music—Brian Eno found time to record Before and After Science, which encapsulated the best of his '70s work while anticipating many trends of the '80s. Synth-pop, electro-funk, New Romanticism—all the keyboard-infused ideas of the impending decade were heralded in “Backwater,” “Spider and I,” and “Kurt’s Rejoinder.” The album's second half delves into more ambient-influenced material, though “Julie With…” and “By This River” are much sweeter and more accessible than anything from the official Ambient volumes. Ever attuned to the latest sounds, Eno uses “King’s Lead Hat” to bridge the punk phenomenon to the earlier dazzling glam of Roxy Music. The result is outer space dance music for earthbound freaks. The best song, though, is the opener. Bolstered by the rhythmic voodoo of Can’s drummer Jaki Liebezeit, “No One Receiving” is a tour de force that predicted and outmatched Talking Heads’ most important ideas before they'd even occurred.