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Brian Eno Dali's Car (with Winkies and 801) album cover
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Live, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch (3:24)
2. Fever (5:16)
3. The Fat Lady Of Limbourg (6:41)
4. Third Uncle (5:29)
5. Baby's On Fire (5:18)
6. I'll Come Running (4:45)

Total Time 30:53

Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Eno / vocals, keyboards, guitar, synthesizer, treatments, tapes
The Winkies (tracks 1-5)
- Guy Humphreys / guitar, vocals
- Mike Desmarais / drums
- Brian Turrington / bass
- Philip Rambow / guitar, vocals
801 (track 6)
- Phil Manzanera / guitar
- Simon Phillips / drums, rhythm box
- Lloyd Watson / guitar, vocals
- Bill MacCormick / bass, vocals
- Francis Monkman / fender rhodes, clarinet

Releases information

German Records World productions LUBEK001

Bootleg of several live performances of Brian Eno alongside bands The Winkies and 801. Reprint of Floating In Sequence vinyl LP.
Tracks 1 and 2 recorded at Top Gear, BBC Radio London, 19.2.1974.
Tracks 3 to 5 recorded at Top Gear, BBC Radio London, 26.2.1974.
Track 6 recorded at Reading Festival, 26.8.1976.

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Review by Evolver
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
3 stars First of all, this is a very short album. At just over a half hour, it might qualify as an EP, but it wasn't marketed that way. And the recording quality is only fair. There is a lot of crowd noise. It seems that the pretentiati who showed up for these shows weren't really interested in listening. But, considering that there are few, if any, other Eno live recordings, we must take what we can get.

Most of the songs here are Eno with a band called The Winkies. Despite the crowd not paying attention, they do a pretty good job on Eno's songs. And the 801 song is pretty much the same lineup as the famous 801 Live album, so you know they can play.

I doubt Eno had much to do with this album, as the first song is mistitled on the cover as The Pow Pow Negro Blowtorch. But this was not a bootleg. At least, back when my record store stocked it, it came from a legitimate distributor.

3 stars for historic value.

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