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Increíble álbum A natural successor to his seminal ambient sides On Land, Music For Airports and Thursday Afternoon, this collection of pieces recorded.
The Shutov Assembly is the thirteenth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno, released on 10 November 1992 on Warner. Its 2014 reissue added a second disc with bonus tracks. The album is dedicated to Russian artist Sergei Shutov, and was created as an assembly of tracks for him, as he had mentioned to Eno the difficulty he had of getting Eno's music in the then-communist Russia.
All compositions by Brian Eno; published by Upala Music Inc. (BMI) for N. America and Opal Music for the World outside N. America. News: Opal Information, PO Box 141, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England. On CD: Opal Records, manufactured and distributed by Warner Bros. Records In. a Time Warner Company. Records Inc. Made in . Mfg. by WEA Manufacturing.
The Shutov Assembly Q&A.
If The Shutov Assembly is reminiscent of Brian Eno's earlier "ambient" music projects dating back to Discreet Music (1975), it shouldn't be surprising. Recorded between 1985 and 1990, the atmospheric, slow-moving sound patterns are more, the artist contends, like paintings than music. The Shutov Assembly, dedicated to Russian painter Sergei Shutov, is, like the similar works in his catalog (he cites Music for Films, On Land, Music for Airports, Thursday Afternoon, and Nerve Net, as well as Discreet Music), as much a concept as a record.
Experimental Rock Brian Eno. 乐队列表 Experimental Rock Brian Eno The Shutov Assembly. Band Name Brian Eno. Album Name The Shutov Assembly. 版公司 Hannibal Records.
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. ships out within 4 days. From his early days as a member of Roxy Music to collaborations with John Cale, David Bowie, Damon Albarn and Jon Hopkins, Brian Eno has had an influence on various types of electronic and popular music spanning nearly 4 decades, while being responsible for one of the most prolific, innovative solo outputs of his generation.
Brian Eno's album The Shutov Assembly is named for him. In 2001 he represented Russia at the 49th Venice Biennale, with the project "Abacus", which consists of forty automated figures, all dressed in black robes. Sergei Shutov (born 1955), Russian artist. The Shutov Assembly, an album by British musician Brian Eno dedicated to Sergei Shutov. Stepan Shutov (1902–1963), Soviet military officer. Vladimir Shutov (born 1971), Russian football player. Yury Shutov (1946–2014), Russian politician. The album was not commercially released to the public. The Drop (Brian Eno album).
The Drop is the fifteenth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno, released on 7 July 1997 through All Saints Records. The album continues in the same style as much of his work of the period exploring impressionistic, ambient instrumental soundscapes rather than more conventional songwriting.
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