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AFTER THE HEAT (WITH DIETER MOEBIUS & HANS-JOACHIM ROEDELIUS)

Brian Eno

 

Progressive Electronic

3.76 | 48 ratings

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philippe
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4 stars After his return in pop solo recordings, Eno continued his exploration in deep experiments with a serie of collaborations with other musicians. For this astonishing original meditative effort, Eno collaborated with two pioneers of the Kosmische music genre, Moebius & Roedelius (well known by a public of specialists for their recordings in Cluster and Harmonia). A fervent admirator of the two German musicians, Eno will record none less than 3 albums with them ("After the Heat", "Cluster & Eno" and "Tracks and traces"). "After the heat" is a great collection of synth, minimalist soundscapes performed in a rather melancholic bliss. Eno's influence seems to be discreet compared to his other solo works (if we expect his intervention for lyrics). The music is clearly inspired by the landmark of Cluster's ambient recordings (from the "Sowiesoso" era). However this album deserves the attention of everyone who is into Eno's ambient instrumental efforts, "discreet music" and in sacred years of 70's German electronic music. Dedicated to beautiful dreamscapes and new sound experiments, this album is one of Eno's most achieved releases.
philippe | 4/5 |

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