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BEGEGNUNGEN II (WITH DIETER MOEBIUS, HANS-JOACHIM ROEDELIUS & CONRAD PLANK)

Brian Eno

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2 stars Like it's predecessor, Begegnungen, this is not really a Brian Eno album. This is a collection containing songs by any combination of Eno, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius & Konrad Plank. Eno himself only appears on two tracks. The connection is that all the songs were recorded at Connie Plank's studio.

While this collection is not as good as the previous volume, there are some decent tracks to be found here. The first two, Conditionierer and Speed Display both sound similar to some of Can's output, however without as good a drummer. And Broken Head, with Eno's spoken droned vocals, is another treat.

Unfortunately, the second half of the disk goes downhill, with mostly forgettable tracks.

2.5 stars.

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Posted Monday, October 19, 2009 | Review Permalink

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