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THURSDAY AFTERNOON

Brian Eno

 

Progressive Electronic

3.27 | 41 ratings

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Warthur
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4 stars Thursday Afternoon is a piece which fits right in with Brian Eno's declared aim for his ambient work, which is to create music which can exist as a pleasant backdrop or which can be listened to attentively just as viably. The approach taken is reasonably close to that of Music For Airports or Eno's collaboration with Howard Budd, focused as it is around synths and piano; the main departure this time around is Eno taking advantage of the extended running time of CDs for the first time in order to produce a single continuous 60 minute piece. Not groundbreaking, maybe, but notable as an ambient piece optimised for the constraints of CDs as Eno's previous albums were adapted to the constraints of vinyl.
Warthur | 4/5 |

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