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HERE COME THE WARM JETS

Brian Eno

 

Progressive Electronic

3.64 | 131 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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3 stars A fresh element might always be requested for the music of POP. The element of the culture that is called not only of course POP but also modern Art might be conceived.

The attitude like the workman who acquires an existing method and polishes own capability might collect respect for the place and the listener from whom music is produced. However, an interesting culture will not arise if only the element is pursued. The existing sense of values might be converted and the road where a new creation is produced be indispensable.

The person who has such an element might be Eno. Eno never catches things from the viewpoint of music in the straight line. He who has both a certain kind of nature is contributing greatly in the kingdom of music. A lot of time when it starts the Solo album in the flow of his creation appears in the work in the 70's. He at that time was doing the activity in which it was very pungent and the forward existed in the item of Pop/Rock though he had the feeling deified as a leader of the Ambient music by present Eno. It is an element of a certain kind of strange tune and POP in his initial work. And, the work that takes the element of his charge of the song etc. is this album.

It participates in "Roxy Music" in 1972. And, the band has seceded immediately after 2nd album of Roxy Music is announced. The word said, "Two Non musicians per band do not need" that Bryan Ferry left is too famous. It is said that Ferry envied the fact that attention gathers in Eno according to other theories.

Eno that secedes Roxy Music does both Robert Fripp and the activity that belongs to the same office. This recorded album ..work that never feels old with the element still enough ..passing POP.... has finished in 1973 and.

His having begun to advocate "Ambient Music" was time after having produced "Taking Tiger Mountain". The impression that uniting and becoming familiar a complex a little sound are thin might be given if it listens to this work. However, his essence might be hidden in the composition of an advanced tune with the part where the feeling of the rhythm was excluded.

The tune in which Robert Fripp participated has finished in the world of New Wave ..influence.. as a trial, too. This album that the taste of the lock in Britain is satisfactorily demonstrated is a work that can exactly enjoy his sense enough at the same time as the history of the music of Eno starting.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |

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