o∞19691024 Amougies 19700801 Festival d Aix-en-Provence 19760619 Festival de Louveciennes 19771119 Fête du nouveau populaire de Paris 19790505 Fête du 0 de conduite (Lannion) 19810610 Fête du temps libre (Place de la république) 198109 Festival indigène 52° Biennale de Venise AC/DC 1976 AC/DC 1981 * Aksak Maboul Alain Bashung Alan Stivell Albert Marcoeur Alkan Andy Warhol Ange Angelo Branduardi Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker Archie Shepp Areski/Fontaine Art Bears B Movie Beat Generation Beatles Story Bejart Bill Deraime Blue Oyster Cult Bob Dylan Boot/Live Brian Eno Bridget Riley Buzzcocks Can Canterbury Captain Beefheart Caravan Carla Bley Catherine Ribeiro Charlélie Couture Chelsea Chris Cutler Ciment (Heiner Müller) CocoRosie Colin Stetson Colosseum Crium Delirium CSN Dagmar Krause Dan ar Bras 1979 * Dan Ar Bras 1981 Dan Ar Bras 1982 Daniel Humair Danser sa vie Dark Star David Byrne David Crosby Doc Watson Documenta documenta  8 documenta 13 documenta 14 Dogs Donovan Dr Feelgood Earl Okin Edward Primrose Einstürzende Neubauten Eric Dolphy Faust Faust I et II (Robert Wilson) Festival d Automne 1980/82 Festival Elixir 1 (19790714 Irvillac) Festival Elixir 2 (19800816 Plouneour-Trez) Festival Elixir 3 (19810711 Plomodiern) Festival Elixir 4 (19820717 Saint Pabu) Festivals Elixir Festivals Elixir suite Fête de l Huma 19800913 Fête de l Huma 20120915 Films Festival d Aix-en-Provence 1970 Florian Hecker Fred Frith Frida Kahlo (Lupe Velez) Gary Wright Gentle Giant Gershwin Glenn Branca 1988 Glenn Branca 2013 Glenn Branca 2015 * Gong * Gong 1971 Gong 1973 Gong 1974 Grateful Dead Grateful Dead * Haco Harold Budd Hatfield and the North Henry Cow Ianis Xenakis Incredible String Band Indoor life Ironing Board Sam Jacques Higelin James Bowman japrocksampler Jazz Jean-Claude Gallotta Jean-Luc Ponty Jean-Michel Basquiat Jeanne Added Jefferson Airplane Jenny Hval Jo Lemaire John Cage John Cale John Coltrane John Greaves John Lennon John Renbourn John Zorn Johnny Winter Jon Auer Juan Carmona Habichuela nieto Julie Ferrier Julos Beaucarne Keith Haring Kevin Ayers 1971 Kevin Ayers 1972 * Kim Gordon King Crimson L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds) L homme à tête de chou L oreille oubliée La Monte Young La Rotonde (Faches Thumesnil) La Salle Industrielle (Lille) La Salle Roger Sallengro (Lille) La Volupté Numérique Laurie Anderson Laurie Anderson et Lou Reed Le Bataclan (Paris) Le Cinéma Le Capitole (Lille) Le Mal court (Jacques Audiberti) Le Mery Le Palais des Sports (Lille) Le Palais Rameau (Lille) Le Quatuor Le Retour (Harold Pinter) Le Roi se meurt (Ionesco) Leonard Cohen Les années POP (1956-1968) Les Bas-fonds (Maxime Gorki) Les Nus Lili Fisher Lille 2004 Linder Liverpool 2008 Liverpool 2010 Lol Coxhill Lou Reed Lounge Lizard Loupideloupe Ludus Luis de Luis Magazine Magma * Magma 1976 Magma 1981 Magma 2009 Malicorne Mama BEA Tekielski Marc Seberg Marquis de Sade Matching Mole Matthew Barney Maxime Le Forestier Merzbow Michael Levinas Michael Nyman Michel Portal Mike Heron Mike Oldfield Miles Davis Moondog Moriarty Morton Feldman National Health Neil Young * Neil Young 2008 New York Extravaganza Nico Nouvelle Biennale de Paris 1985 Parov Stelar Band Patti Smith Paul Haig Paul McCartney Pegi young PERRO Pete Brown Pete Doherty 2010 * Pete Doherty 2012 Peter Frampton Peter Gabriel Peter Hammill Père Ubu Philippe Deschepper Pink Floyd * Pink Floyd 1970 Pink Floyd 1972 Pipiloti Rist Presence Panchounette Psychic TV Psy[k]é/Off the Wall Quicksilver Messenger Service Rainbow Rallizes Denudes Raymond Devos Return To the Forbidden Planet Rhys Chatham 2005 * Rhys Chatham 2010 Robert Charlebois Robert Fripp Robert Wood Robert Wyatt Rock and Roll 39-59 Roland Becker Rory Gallagher 1976 * Rory Gallagher 1980 Rubberworks Museum Sachiko M Sax Pustuls Scorpions Scott Taylor Serge Gainsbourg Shakti Simples Minds Slapp Happy SMJ Snakefinger Soft Machine Sonic Youth Sore Throat Spheres d Influence Spirit Splendid s (Jean Genet) Status Quo Stefan Grossman Stephan Eicher Stephen Stills Steve Hillage Steve Reich Sugar Blue Sun Ra Supertramp Syd Barrett Taj Mahal Travellers Taj Mahal Travellers Takis Taku Sugimoto Talking Heads Tania Mouraud Ted Nugent Téléphone The Beatles * The Beatles 1969 The Beatles Liverpool The Beatles Show The Boomtown Rats The Clash The Dream Syndicate The Honeymoon Killers The London Dungeon The Old Woman (Robert Wilson) The present day composers refuse to die... The Residents * The Residents 1986 The Residents 1989 The Residents 2017 The Rolling Stones The Saints The Stranglers The Velvet Underground Theatre des Amandiers Théâtre de l Atelier Third Ear Band Throbbing Gristle Tony Oursler Tuxedomoon 1981 Tuxedomoon 2003 * Unfinished Music Van der Graaf Generator Veronique Vincent et Aksak Maboul Von hier aus WC3 Yes Yoko Ono Zappa * Zappa 1968 Zappa 1970 Zappa 1978 Zappa 1982

Enregistrements

Brian Eno

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Discographie / Discography

Eno

Mes Matérialisés

Brian Eno1971-1977 The Man Who Fell To EarthSIDVD564DVD
Brian Eno With Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno,Apollo - Atmospheres & SoundtracksEGEGCD 53CD
Brian EnoNeroli (Thinking Music, Part IV) [Expanded Edition]All SaintsnoneFiles
1973Brian EnoHere Come The Warm JetsIsland RecordsILPS 9268LP
1977Brian EnoBefore And After ScienceIsland RecordsILPS 9478LP
1980Jon Hassell / Brian EnoFourth World Vol. 1 - Possible MusicsEGMPF 1322LP
1982Brian EnoAmbient 4 (On Land)EG2311 107LP
1987Harold Budd / Brian EnoAmbient 2: The Plateaux Of MirrorEGEGED 18LP
1987Brian EnoMusic For FilmsEGEEGCD 5CD
1987Brian Eno - David ByrneMy Life In The Bush Of GhostsEGEGCD 48CD
1987Brian EnoThursday AfternoonHendringHEN 2 133VHS
1990Brian Eno / John CaleWrong Way UpWarner Bros. Records7599-26421-2CD
1992Brian EnoNerve NetWarner Bros. Records9362-45033-2CD
1994Brian EnoAmbient 1 (Music For Airports)EGEEGCD 17, 0777 7 87185 2 9CD
1998Brian EnoA YearOpal MusicA0100259441CD
2005Brian Eno14 Video PaintingsHannibal RecordsHNDVD1508DVD
2005Harold Budd / Brian Eno With Daniel LanoisThe PearlVirgin0946 3 31976 2 6, ENOCD 13CD
2011Brian Eno1971-1977 The Man Who Fell To EarthSexy IntellectualSIDVD564DVD
2012Brian EnoLuxWarp RecordsWARPCDD231Files
2017Brian EnoReflectionWarp RecordsWARPCD280CD

Mes Autres

Brian EnoCluster & EnoM1648
Brian EnoDali S CarM1926
Brian Eno, David ByrneMy Life In The Bush Of GhostsM12811
1972Brian Eno, Roxy Music19720000-bbc-sessionsF88321
1974Brian Eno, Robert Fripp19740000-live In London 1974 Paris 1975M1285
1974Brian Eno, The Winkies19740213-improved Transfer,derby,englandF90915
1974Brian EnoTaking Tiger MountainM24810
1975Robert Fripp, Brian Eno19750528-olympia, Paris, FranceM32012
1975Brian EnoAnother Green WorldM23714
1975Brian EnoDiscreet MusicM1924
1977Brian EnoBefore And After ScienceM12810
1978Brian EnoAfter The HeatM19210
1978Brian EnoMusic For FilmsM12818
1979Brian Eno, Peter SinfieldIn A Land Of Clear ColoursM19212
1984Brian EnoMoebiusroedeliusplankbegegnungenM1927
1985Brian EnoMoebiusroedeliusplankbegegnungen IiM1928
1985Brian EnoThursday AfternoonM1601
1995Brian Eno, Jah WobbleSpinnerM16010
1997Brian EnoDropM16016
1998Brian Eno19980412-music For PragueF3441
2001Brian Eno, J. Peter Schwalm20011013-volcán Del Cuervo, Lanzarote FestivalF6883
2001Brian Eno, J. Peter SchwalmDrawn From LifeM16011
2004Robert Fripp, Brian EnoThe Equatorial StarsM1287
2005Brian Eno, Rachid Taha20050525-dk Gorbunova, Moscow, RussiaF88218
2006Brian EnoNeroliW3341
2006Brian EnoNeroliF3201
2009Brian Eno20090614-karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The NecksF6966
2012Brian EnoLuxF4164
2012Brian EnoLux 24F11064

Allées X Venues

Brian Eno

1972

8001972-00-00+Roxy MusicBBC SessionsLondonEnglandA01

1974

2+801010000,1974 + The Winkies BBC recording, 1975 + Fripp from French radio1974-00-00:London 1974 + Paris 1975LondonEnglandA01
4AfficheA+[FM]1974-02-13+The WinkiesKing s HallDerbyEnglandA01
7+0070150011974-06-01Ayers Cale Eno Nico-outtakesRainbow HallLondonEnglandA01
74+6091200011974-10-05+Nico, John CaleNationalgalerieBerlinGermanyA01

1998

241998-00-00Music For PraguePrahaCzech RepublicB01
34+[db.etree]8010240011998-04-12:Music For PragueNova Sin GalleryPrahaCzech RepublicA01

2001

46+[db.etree]2001-10-13+J. Peter SchwalmFestival Musica VisualLanzaroteSpainA01

2005

52ticketT+[FM]2005-05-25+Rachid Taha, Steve HillageDK GorbunovaMockbaRussiaA01

2009

75++Karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The Necks2009-06-14Sydney Opera HouseSydneyAustraliaB01
60+[db.etree]8010750012009-06-14+Karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The NecksOpera House, Concert HallSydneyAustraliaA01

Enregistrements

(800/1) Brian Eno, 1972-00-00, +Roxy Music, BBC Sessions, London, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

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Notes

ROXY MUSIC
BBC SESSIONS
1972-1973

CDR>WAV>FLAC>You

All track info is on the included artwork
and on the torrent page. I'm fairly certain
no officially released material is contained
in this torrent.

Warmest Regards Always, etc. etc.,

The New Guy

_________________________________________________________
Roxy Music - 1972-1973 - BBC Sessions (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
CDR>WAV>FLAC>You

Bryan Ferry - vocals and keyboards
Phil Manzanera - guitar (except CD1 1-5)
Andy Mackay - oboes and saxes
Paul Thompson - drums
Brian Eno - synthesizers and tapes

with
Davy O'List - guitar CD1 1-5
Graham Simpson - bass CD1 1-5
Peter Paul - bass CD1 6-9
Rik Kenton - bass CD1 10/11 & CD2 1-6
Sal Maida - bass CD2 7-9

Disc 1
01. Re-make/Re-model
02. If There Is Something
03. The B.O.B. Medley
04. Would You Believe
05. Sea Breezes*
Recorded 1-4-72
Transmitted 1-21-72
Except *2-18-72

06. Bitters End
07. 2 H.B.
08. Chance Meeting
09. Ladytron
Recorded 5-23-72
Transmitted 6-23-72

10. Virginia Plain
11. If There Is Something
Recorded 7-18-72
Transmittd 8-1-72

Disc 2
01. The B.O.B. Medley
02. Grey Lagoons
03. Sea Breezes
04. Virginia Plain
05. Chance Meeting
06. Re-make/Re-model
"In Concert" recorded and transmitted August 1972

07. Pyjamarama
08. Do The Strand
09. Editions Of You
10. In Every Dream Home A Heartache
Recorded 3-5-73
Transmitted 3-8-73







(2/1) Brian Eno, 1974-00-00, :London 1974 + Paris 1975, London, England

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Notes

Brian Eno & Robert Fripp ?– Live In London 1974 + Paris 1975


1 –Brian Eno The Paw Paw Negro Blow Torch 3:28
2 –Brian Eno Fever 5:15
3 –Brian Eno Baby's On Fire 5:12
4 –Brian Eno I'll Come Running 4:42

5 –Fripp & Eno Wind On Water / Peter's Clock / Oaken Gates 19:20


London 1974:
Tracks 1 to 3 - Brian Eno & The Winkies BBC recording,
Track 4 - Brian Eno & 801 at Reading Festival.

Paris 1975:
Track 5 - Fripp & Eno concert from French radio.


(4/1) Brian Eno, 1974-02-13, +The Winkies, King s Hall, Derby, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

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Notes

Eno and the Winkies
Kings Hall
Derby, England, UK
February 13, 1974
Improved transfer/Remastered

Eno : Vocals, Synthesizer, Electronics
Philip Rambow : Guitar, Backing Vocals
Guy Humphries : Guitar, Backing Vocals
Brian Turrington : Bass
Mike Desmarais : Drums

All Songs Composed by Eno
except where indicated

1. Walk On (0:33)
2. Blank Frank (Eno/Robert Fripp) (3:52)
3. Needles In The Camel’s Eye (3:01)
4. Dead Finks Don’t Talk (3:40)
5. Dignified By The Door (6:23)
6. Love Slips Away (4:24)
7. Here Comes The Warm Jets (3:53)
8. Fever (Otis Blackwood/Ed Cooley) (4:54)
9. I’m A Boy (Pete Townshend) (2:31)
10. What Goes On (Lou Reed) (5:30)
(Cassette Tape Flip)
11. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch (3:38)
12. Baby’s On Fire (6:28)
13. I’ll Come Running (To Tie Your Shoes) (4:53)
14. Seven Deadly Finns (3:07)
(Encore)
15. Encore: I Go Ape (Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield) (3:55)

5ebad0f45ff2fa1749e7dfc73be8ee1e *01_Walk On.flac
c5c8e7a1c7e81e941549805aeaa50d18 *02_Blank Frank.flac
8e1bfe7bedda210a9837142bb4b7de57 *03_Needles in the Camel's Eye.flac
5da11f0d448854c6398a124384023366 *04_Dead Finks Don't Talk.flac
cc1ab7fa3a20c115b55be7d78048c2b6 *05_Dignified by the Door.flac
8609d4c95412dde05b49f06f4026805d *06_Love Slips Away.flac
7ebf8055be49626fe1a07a9a09338108 *07_Here Comes the Warm Jets.flac
a2e68225e9f6d266f6d0ee8bff66d220 *08_Fever.flac
9a4bdc2c84ae0a02646d2f15a5f6dc7a *09_I'm a Boy.flac
a0b4441ff6fa98ce57c38db0c7d38504 *10_What Goes On.flac
c7c15680a58e6107ddb2ecc9b3fd7901 *11_The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch.flac
c508d9257cb2ad8dcfecc92b83fd443d *12_Baby's On Fire.flac
8c0307b5ddf3ac6a5e1dcf56620aa199 *13_I'll Come Running (To Tie Your Shoes).flac
7dcaf4ad4f01f31790d9d337961bf903 *14_Seven Deadly Finns.flac
17a96ded4192598a9b45f0358274aac3 *15_I Go Ape.flac

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Lineage :
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1st Generation Cassette > Wavelab 4.01 (recorded @ 24 bit / 44.1 kHz) wave files >
Channels balanced / Light Compression via Loudness Maximizer / Freefilter EQ to reduce tape noise >
Dithered down to 16 bit / 44.1 khz wave files > Flac8

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Technical Notations :
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WARNING !
FOR ENO COLLECTORS ONLY !
DO NOT EXPECT ANY MIRACLES HERE !
THIS IS STILL A RECORDING OF HORRIBLE QUALITY !
It is now simply less horrible as I will describe below.

A re-transfer from the same 1st generation cassette used
on the earlier upload to dimeadozen by booomboom

Many thanks goes to booomboom for unearthing this gem
and for the generous loaning of this extremely rare cassette to me.
It was dumped from the master cassette by the taper, some 30+ years ago.
The whereabouts of the master cassette/taper have been lost years ago,
so this is very likely to be the best we will ever get.

The original transfer suffered from some over boosting of the left channel level
adding some nasty additional digital distortion onto an already barely listenable recording.
This digital distortion is now gone.

My finding was that the left channel originally had a lower level
(thus higher signal to noise ratio).
I had suspected and hoped for the reverse to be true,
as that really would have been a major improvement, but no such luck.

I've compared this version with a dual right channel mono mix and a dual right channel
simulated stereo mix, but it is not quite as good as this left and right balanced
mixture direct from the cassette.
Judge for yourself if you wish.

I would have to say that the taper must have used some horrendously cheap
monophonic portable recorder and was situated near the back of a
venue that clearly did not have sound quality in mind when it was built.
It's so distant that it at times sounds like it was recorded from the
venue bathroom or from inside of a coat pocket.
Very little highs or lows...not much to work with at all.
Removed some of the hiss with Freefilter making sure
there was NOTHING there but tape hiss, which was a great improvement.

Despite all this however...it is strangely listenable after you get used to it.


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Performance notes/details/commentary etc. :
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An incredibly interesting complete concert recording of
the first of only five complete shows performed by Eno and the Winkies.
Brian Eno's only known live headlining solo performances as a "solo artist".

The 5 completed shows were as follows :
02/13/74 - Derby - Kings Hall
02/15/74 - Sheffield - City Hall
02/16/74 - Swansea - Brangwyn Hall
02/17/74 - Bristol - Colston Hall
02/18/74 - Dunstable - Queensway Hall

Anyone with a better scan of the rare advert in Melody Maker for this tour
please upload it for everyone !

It is unclear whether the sixth show was completed,
but it is at this point where Eno suffered the infamous tour ending collapsed lung.
He subsequently described this as a "blessing in disguise"
as he quickly discovered that he hated the conventional idea of performing and touring,
finding it exhausting, stressful and artistically stifling.
However this first show of the tour is anything but boring !

Track 5 is an unreleased gem, believed to be introduced by Eno as "Dignified by the Door",
although due to the poor sound quality of the recording, it is impossible to confirm.
He appears to sing "Mystified by the Door" in the song.

Track 6 is another unreleased Eno song, clearly introduced as "Love slips Away".
It has enough melodic similarities to call it a precursor to "Golden Hours"
released the following year on "Another Green World" albeit in a radically different form
with alternate lyrics.

The version of Fever is as the one popularized by Peggy Lee.

The seemingly strange choice of performing The Who's "I'm A Boy", is less odd
when taking into account that Pete Townshend had publically praised Eno's work.
Eno thanks him for (sometimes inadvertent) encouragement on the liner notes of Another Green World.

What Goes On was cited by Eno at the time to be his favourite song of all time.

The version of the performance encore "I Go Ape" is as popularized by The Monkees,
although also first a hit in the late 50's by composer Neil Sedaka.

The remaining tracks are interesting modified versions of material mostly from the Here Come the Warm Jets LP.
The only known live performance of many of these tracks.
It's really too bad the recording is so bad, as it might have been possible for someone
to correctly decipher the lyrics for Here Come the Warm Jets !
Brian appears to be temporarily unable to hear himself in the monitors during this track
as he is very uncharacteristically out of tune.
He is perfectly fine for the rest of the show.

Enjoy !


(7/1) Brian Eno, 1974-06-01, Ayers Cale Eno Nico-outtakes, Rainbow Hall, London, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

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Notes

Kevin Ayers, John Cale, Eno, Nico
June 1, 1974 - The Outtakes

Remastered version

What I did : remove an awful lot of hiss / equalization / transition between tracks to make it a seamless show / design the cover art

This is by far the best version available (if you except the extracts that were officially released and that I have removed here.

"Baby's on fire" was played twice during this show : in the beginning and as the last encore. The encore has been officially released, but without its extra percussive introduction. Here I have kept the introduction and made it followed by the song as it was played in the beginning of the show.

*******************************************************

Kevin Ayers vocals, guitar
John Cale vocals, piano, viola
Brian Eno vocals, synthesizer
Nico vocals, harmonium
and THE SOPORIFICS Ollie Halsall guitar John 'Rabbit' Bundrick organ Archie Leggett bass Eddie Sparrow drums, percussion
with special guests Mike Oldfield guitar Robert Wyatt percussion, backing vocals
and three nice lady singers Irene Chanter, Doreen Chanter, Liza Strike backing vocals

1 - Introduction by Ian Tilbury (0.54) 2 - J. CALE - Buffalo ballet (3.43) 3 - J. CALE - Gun (4.13) 4 - NICO - Das Lied der Deutschen (5.42) 5 - K. AYERS - DidnÕt feel lonely till I thought of you (4.39) 6 - K. AYERS - Whatevershebringswesing (9.06) 7 - K. AYERS - Interview (7.55) 8 - K. AYERS - See you later (0.51) 9 - K. AYERS - It begins with a blessing / Once I awakened / But it ends with a curse (11.04) 10 - K. AYERS - Dr Dream theme (8.26) 11 - K. AYERS - IÕve got a hard on for you baby (5.05) 12 - ENO - BabyÕs on fire (4.24)

total time : 66.00


(74/1) Brian Eno, 1974-10-05, +Nico, John Cale, Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

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Notes

Nico,John Cale & Brian Eno - Berlin,Nationalgalerie 05.Oct.1974

audience tape 1st gen.>CDR(PhilpsCDR570)>wave(EAC)<flacf(8)

The quality of the music is good to very good,in the beginning there are a lot of mics tuning noise.The show was in a very small venue in front of only a few people and you hear mostly between the songs some noise from the audience, some political statements a lot of "BUH" & SCHEISSE(SHIT) shouters.Absolutely rare performance by these three artists.
Brian Eno plays fantastic electronics and synthezizer during " Das Lied Der Deutschen"John Cale has his hottest moments when he plays viola to Nico`s voice and pump organ.Very rare tracks and versions of great music.I had a lot of work with that tape,I removed some clicks and noise,fade in and fade out some tracks,a little bit equalizing and work with the channel,I hope you like it,it`s another rare document of music history and the Brian Eno work during some songs is worth the download.
"The End" is hypnotic with Brian Eno`s electronics,John Cale played a great piano and superb violin to Nico`s excellent voice and the sound of her pump organ.And for all Dolby surround fans a WARNING ,this is audience and not perfect,a lot of crowd noise and riot in the audience, a controverse show , most of the people in the audience hate the show and you have some loud shouters.

LISTEN TO MP3 SAMPLE BEFORE DOWNLOADING FOR THE QUALITY

Nico - vocals,pump organ
John Cale - vocals .violin,piano
Brian Eno - electronics,synthezizer,loops

Setlist:

01.Janitor Of Lunacy(cut) 02:32
02.The Falconer 07:13
03.No One Is There 04:56
04.Frozen Warnings 07:28
05.Guts 04:53
06.Abschied 03:57
07.Muetterlein 05:31
08.Childs Christmas In Wales 04:05
09.I`m Waiting For The Man 04:40
10.Fear (cut) 01:17
11.Fear cont. 00:51
12.Das Lied Der Deutschen 05:24
13.You Forget To Answer 04:51
14.Innocent And Vain 04:15
15.Buffalo Ballet 03:30
16.The End 10:15


(24/1) Brian Eno, 1998-00-00, Music For Prague, Praha, Czech Republic

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

B R I A N E N O
"Music for Prague"
(A Generative Music composition, 1998)

01. Music for Prague 58:44

This release is from a one-off CD of sound sketches made by Brian Eno while working on his 1998 installation with Jiri Prihoda in Prague.
During the installation itself, the music played on 12 CD players on random shuffle and repeat modes.
In January, 2001 the CD was donated to an auction in aid of South London Arts and raised £400.
More information about the installation, including a downloadable brochure, can be downloaded from here: http://www.jiriprihoda.cz/start.htm


(34/1) Brian Eno, 1998-04-12, :Music For Prague, Nova Sin Gallery, Praha, Czech Republic

Audio/, /, ()

801024001f801024001b
Notes

B R I A N E N O
"Music for Prague"
(A Generative Music composition, 1998)

01. Music for Prague 58:44

This release is from a one-off CD of sound sketches made by Brian Eno while working on his 1998 installation with Jiri Prihoda in Prague.
During the installation itself, the music played on 12 CD players on random shuffle and repeat modes.
In January, 2001 the CD was donated to an auction in aid of South London Arts and raised £400.
More information about the installation, including a downloadable brochure, can be downloaded from here: http://www.jiriprihoda.cz/start.htm


(46/1) Brian Eno, 2001-10-13, +J. Peter Schwalm, Festival Musica Visual, Lanzarote, Spain

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

BRIAN ENO & J. PETER SCHWALM
"BETWEEN US & IT" A performed installation of 4-D MUSIC
13th October, 2001. Volcán del Cuervo, Lanzarote.

digital radio > wav > CDR > wav > flac
Quality: A++

Brian Eno and J. Peter Schwalm performed and improvised this live concert inside a volcano (Volcán del Cuervo) at the 2001 Lanzarote Festival. The performance started at 19:30 on the 13th October.

The concert was broadcast on German radio although Peter Schwalm's Interview segments have been omitted.

01. Part 1 23:14
02. Part 2 08:46
03. Part 3 13:38

Total: 45:38

J. Peter Schwalm is a German DJ/ percussionist with whom Brian Eno collaborated on the 2001 album, Drawn From Life. They have also worked together on several other projects.

Brian Eno on playing with J. Peter Schwalm: "When we first played, it was an immediately comfortable and synthetic playing relationship. My biggest problem with improvising with people generally is that they retreat into a safe place too quickly for me, and he didn't do that. Sometimes we would get into rather a strange musical place, some emotion that hadn't really been felt before."

Brian Eno on J. Peter Schwalm's music: "Sometimes you hear something and think: "Now this is how the modern world feels to me". Peter's music is like that, capturing excitement and speed and ambiguity and even wistfulness and melancholy...A complex emotional palette which feels to me like real life."


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(52/1) Brian Eno, 2005-05-25, +Rachid Taha, Steve Hillage, DK Gorbunova, Mockba, Russia

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RACHID TAHA and BRIAN ENO featuring STEVE HILLAGE
DK GORBUNOVA, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
2005-05-25

Audience
Lineage: Sony ECM-719 -> Sony MZ-NH1 (pcm) -> SonicStage (oma) -> HiMD Renderer (wav) -> CD Architect (mastering n burning) -> CDR -> EAC (wav) -> Frontah (flac 8)

2CDR

Disc 1 - 70:34
1) Meftun (2:39)
2) Mamachi (4:09)
3) Shuf (4:23)
4) Nokta (6:18)
5) Kelma (4:47)
6) N'asbu-Hum (4:48)
7) Medina (9:54)
8) Bent Sahra (6:43)
9) Jam (3:36)
10) Barra Barra (6:00)
11) Safi (7:05)
12) Ya Rayah (10:07)

Disc 2 - 41:37
1) Habina (8:31)
2) Rock El Casbah (4:51) *
3) Voila Voila (10:16)
4) Ida (7:33)
5) Garab (9:03)
6) band intro (1:20) **



* Clash's "Rock The Casbah".
** Band intro: Idris Badarou, Brian Eno, Rachid Taha, Steve Hillage. "Spasiba".

Taped, mastered, artwork by Wadson

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(60/1) Brian Eno, 2009-06-14, +Karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The Necks, Opera House, Concert Hall, Sydney, Australia

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Brian Eno, Karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The Necks
PURE SCENIUS - LUMINOUS FINALE
Concert Hall
14 June

Concert:

1: 5pm - 6.30pm
(2: 7.30pm - 9pm)
(3: 9.45pm - 11.15pm)

This is concert no. 1 (of 3)

Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall
(looking from the land side, located in the left wing)

Brian Eno - electronics, treatments, vocals
Peter Chilvers - Brian Eno's assistant
Jon Hopkins - electronics
Karl Hyde - vocals
Leo Abrahams - guitars
Plus "The Necks": ( http://www.thenecks.com/default.htm )
Chris Abrahams - piano
Lloyd Swanton - bass
Tony Buck - drums

recording equipment: Churchaudio Cardioid Microphone System > Edirol R09-HR

this recording is split to fit on 2 cds (there is a small fadeout after track 4 and fadein at the start of track 5).
One audience photo from the very show (made by the taper) is also included

This wonderful recording was handed over to me by a friendly soul (who wants to be anonymous). I am `only` the uploader.
All thanks and thumbs up to *you*. I am happy and grateful for this recording (and all the other ones that are already uploaded or will be) since I couldn`t
go there. Whata Eno fest that was!!!!!

here some of my (anonymous taper) influences:

The first look onto the stage left me in no doubt we would be in for a special night of music: It looked like a huge music studio with a labyrinth of electronic equipment towers, computers, a drum kit, 2 pianos, an acoustic bass and guitars. On the right side, there was a huge group of lounge chairs and sofas grouped around a coffee table, a separate table with drinks and a waterjug, all was illuminated by various small Japanese lamps. Above hung a group of 3 diamond shaped screens of various sizes.
3 separate concerts had been on sale for this final event of the new Sydney Vivid Winter Festival on 14th of June, and it was possible to buy individual tickets for each show, but there was also a bulk offer for all 3 shows combined. The first concert started at 5 in the afternoon, the last one finished around 11.30 PM
Because of the complicated ticketing arrangements, the concert hall had to be vacated completely after each concert and the next audience re-admitted after an intermission, despite of the fact that a large part of the audience remained the same for all 3 shows, all of them allocated with different seats.
The musicians however stayed on the stage for the whole duration of the event, making use of the lounge facilities both during the concerts and the intermissions.
During the concerts, the 3 screens displayed an ingenious mix of abstract patterns, closeups of various parts of the instruments and participants faces.
The Necks are an Australian trio, well known world wide as a group performing long and riveting pieces of group improvisations of a kind of music that is impossible to classify and often making very unconventional use of their all acoustic instruments. To a large degree, their concept forms the backbone of these shows, but is also opened up wide by the contributions of the other participants and especially Brian Eno's directorial contributions. I did not realize this at the time, but some of the writings on display on the screens at various times must have been part of the written instructions of Brian Eno for the various pieces.
This first concert had the greatest dynamic range, starting out with allmost inaudible noises sounding like coming from water in motion and building to storms of all instruments combining to music of a vey high volume. This first show was like one huge piece with various sections. The cuts of the various tracks are therefore debatable and could have been left out or set at other points. Only the encore was a separate piece of music, announced under the name "Pink Moon".

Text from the official side http://luminous.sydneyoperahouse.com/PureScenius.aspx:

Experience Brian Eno performing live onstage for the first time ever in Australia!

Prepare for PURE SCENIUS when the LUMINOUS mastermind joins forces with Underworld's Karl Hyde, guitarist Leo Abrahams, synthesist Jon Hopkins and Australia's undisputed maestros of improvised minimalism - The Necks.

One day. Three improvised concerts. Two intervals. Each concert picks up where the other left off. Choose your own one, two or three part adventure in sound and vision. The first concert is based on a predetermined sequence of events and parts two and three will progress from there - each will have its similarities, each will have its differences. Like a laboratory conducting an undisclosed experiment, PURE SCENIUS will be a combustible, spontaneous, must-see mix of intellect, innovation and instrumentation.

And the experiment goes beyond audio; offstage Toby Vogel will be filming, mixing, re-processing and projecting layers of imagery on three massive screens - just like he does for Underworld's live shows.

Whether you're fascinated by process or performance, improvisation or collaboration, minimalism or chaos, you need to experience the grand finale to the LUMINOUS festival.

PURE SCENIUS PERFORMERS: ALL OF THEM ON STAGE AT THE ONE TIME

Karl Hyde is the poet and voice of Underworld... lager, lager, lager - remember the track Born Slippy at the end of Trainspotting? In the early 90s, along with band mates Rick Smith and Darren Emerson, Hyde assimilated techno into the art-rock tradition, lacing pulverising rhythms with frantic cut-up lyrics, eccentric humour, subtle textures and waves of improvisation.

Jon Hopkins is a musical shapeshifter: a composer, pianist and a self-taught studio wizard. He makes affecting, bold electronic music using walls of synths, lustrous melodies and amorphous bass rumbles. Co-producing Coldplay's Viva La Vida with Eno, his own ethereal compositions transcend genres, melding digital coldness with subtle, bucolic textures; veering from simple elegance to strange, unsettling sonic depths.

The Necks are one of the great cult bands of Australia. Pianist Chris Abrahams, drummer Tony Buck and bass player Lloyd Swanton conjure a chemistry together that defies description in orthodox terms. Working in every field from pop to avant-garde, the deceptive simplicity of their music throws forth new charms on each hearing.

Discovered by Eno tinkering on a guitar in a music shop, Britain's Leo Abrahams has since worked with the man himself as well as Paul Simon, Grace Jones and Nick Cave. An uncompromising and innovative musician, he pushes the guitar to new levels. Rejecting traditional techniques such as sampling, sequencing and computer effects, he instead relies on ambient sounds generated exclusively by the guitar to create pure music unaffected by commercial considerations.

some links:

official festival page:
http://luminous.sydneyoperahouse.com/PureScenius.aspx

concert reviews:
http://forums.allaboutjazz.com/showthread.php?t=40188
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,,25640824-16947,00.html
http://kjtheatrereviews.blogspot.com/2009/06/pure-scenius.html

message boards about the concerts:
http://planetcrimson.net/index.php?PHPSESSID=b49f2ce16348883fe6d61b8c3e50fb1c&topic=2127.30
http://www.darktrain.org/dirty/forums/showthread.php?t=9876&highlight=sydney&page=4

Some beautiful pictures (mostly backstage) here (official Underworld home page):
http://www.underworldlive.com/home/090615.html

video footage:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_kptXwMeTw&feature=PlayList&p=D6E2079CEB9F9C8A&index=16
(and there are other snipets available listed at the right scroll bar)

photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/waynoo/page2/
(plus more to find at flickr)

(75/1) Brian Eno, 2009-06-14, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Brian Eno, Karl Hyde, Jon Hopkins, Leo Abrahams & The Necks
PURE SCENIUS - LUMINOUS FINALE
Concert Hall
14 June

Concert:

1: 5pm - 6.30pm
(2: 7.30pm - 9pm)
(3: 9.45pm - 11.15pm)

This is concert no. 1 (of 3)

Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall
(looking from the land side, located in the left wing)

Brian Eno - electronics, treatments, vocals
Peter Chilvers - Brian Eno's assistant
Jon Hopkins - electronics
Karl Hyde - vocals
Leo Abrahams - guitars
Plus "The Necks": ( http://www.thenecks.com/default.htm )
Chris Abrahams - piano
Lloyd Swanton - bass
Tony Buck - drums

recording equipment: Churchaudio Cardioid Microphone System > Edirol R09-HR

this recording is split to fit on 2 cds (there is a small fadeout after track 4 and fadein at the start of track 5).
One audience photo from the very show (made by the taper) is also included

This wonderful recording was handed over to me by a friendly soul (who wants to be anonymous). I am `only` the uploader.
All thanks and thumbs up to *you*. I am happy and grateful for this recording (and all the other ones that are already uploaded or will be) since I couldn`t
go there. Whata Eno fest that was!!!!!

here some of my (anonymous taper) influences:

The first look onto the stage left me in no doubt we would be in for a special night of music: It looked like a huge music studio with a labyrinth of electronic equipment towers, computers, a drum kit, 2 pianos, an acoustic bass and guitars. On the right side, there was a huge group of lounge chairs and sofas grouped around a coffee table, a separate table with drinks and a waterjug, all was illuminated by various small Japanese lamps. Above hung a group of 3 diamond shaped screens of various sizes.
3 separate concerts had been on sale for this final event of the new Sydney Vivid Winter Festival on 14th of June, and it was possible to buy individual tickets for each show, but there was also a bulk offer for all 3 shows combined. The first concert started at 5 in the afternoon, the last one finished around 11.30 PM
Because of the complicated ticketing arrangements, the concert hall had to be vacated completely after each concert and the next audience re-admitted after an intermission, despite of the fact that a large part of the audience remained the same for all 3 shows, all of them allocated with different seats.
The musicians however stayed on the stage for the whole duration of the event, making use of the lounge facilities both during the concerts and the intermissions.
During the concerts, the 3 screens displayed an ingenious mix of abstract patterns, closeups of various parts of the instruments and participants faces.
The Necks are an Australian trio, well known world wide as a group performing long and riveting pieces of group improvisations of a kind of music that is impossible to classify and often making very unconventional use of their all acoustic instruments. To a large degree, their concept forms the backbone of these shows, but is also opened up wide by the contributions of the other participants and especially Brian Eno's directorial contributions. I did not realize this at the time, but some of the writings on display on the screens at various times must have been part of the written instructions of Brian Eno for the various pieces.
This first concert had the greatest dynamic range, starting out with allmost inaudible noises sounding like coming from water in motion and building to storms of all instruments combining to music of a vey high volume. This first show was like one huge piece with various sections. The cuts of the various tracks are therefore debatable and could have been left out or set at other points. Only the encore was a separate piece of music, announced under the name "Pink Moon".

Text from the official side http://luminous.sydneyoperahouse.com/PureScenius.aspx:

Experience Brian Eno performing live onstage for the first time ever in Australia!

Prepare for PURE SCENIUS when the LUMINOUS mastermind joins forces with Underworld's Karl Hyde, guitarist Leo Abrahams, synthesist Jon Hopkins and Australia's undisputed maestros of improvised minimalism - The Necks.

One day. Three improvised concerts. Two intervals. Each concert picks up where the other left off. Choose your own one, two or three part adventure in sound and vision. The first concert is based on a predetermined sequence of events and parts two and three will progress from there - each will have its similarities, each will have its differences. Like a laboratory conducting an undisclosed experiment, PURE SCENIUS will be a combustible, spontaneous, must-see mix of intellect, innovation and instrumentation.

And the experiment goes beyond audio; offstage Toby Vogel will be filming, mixing, re-processing and projecting layers of imagery on three massive screens - just like he does for Underworld's live shows.

Whether you're fascinated by process or performance, improvisation or collaboration, minimalism or chaos, you need to experience the grand finale to the LUMINOUS festival.

PURE SCENIUS PERFORMERS: ALL OF THEM ON STAGE AT THE ONE TIME

Karl Hyde is the poet and voice of Underworld... lager, lager, lager - remember the track Born Slippy at the end of Trainspotting? In the early 90s, along with band mates Rick Smith and Darren Emerson, Hyde assimilated techno into the art-rock tradition, lacing pulverising rhythms with frantic cut-up lyrics, eccentric humour, subtle textures and waves of improvisation.

Jon Hopkins is a musical shapeshifter: a composer, pianist and a self-taught studio wizard. He makes affecting, bold electronic music using walls of synths, lustrous melodies and amorphous bass rumbles. Co-producing Coldplay's Viva La Vida with Eno, his own ethereal compositions transcend genres, melding digital coldness with subtle, bucolic textures; veering from simple elegance to strange, unsettling sonic depths.

The Necks are one of the great cult bands of Australia. Pianist Chris Abrahams, drummer Tony Buck and bass player Lloyd Swanton conjure a chemistry together that defies description in orthodox terms. Working in every field from pop to avant-garde, the deceptive simplicity of their music throws forth new charms on each hearing.

Discovered by Eno tinkering on a guitar in a music shop, Britain's Leo Abrahams has since worked with the man himself as well as Paul Simon, Grace Jones and Nick Cave. An uncompromising and innovative musician, he pushes the guitar to new levels. Rejecting traditional techniques such as sampling, sequencing and computer effects, he instead relies on ambient sounds generated exclusively by the guitar to create pure music unaffected by commercial considerations.

some links:

official festival page:
http://luminous.sydneyoperahouse.com/PureScenius.aspx

concert reviews:
http://forums.allaboutjazz.com/showthread.php?t=40188
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,,25640824-16947,00.html
http://kjtheatrereviews.blogspot.com/2009/06/pure-scenius.html

message boards about the concerts:
http://planetcrimson.net/index.php?PHPSESSID=b49f2ce16348883fe6d61b8c3e50fb1c&topic=2127.30
http://www.darktrain.org/dirty/forums/showthread.php?t=9876&highlight=sydney&page=4

Some beautiful pictures (mostly backstage) here (official Underworld home page):
http://www.underworldlive.com/home/090615.html

video footage:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_kptXwMeTw&feature=PlayList&p=D6E2079CEB9F9C8A&index=16
(and there are other snipets available listed at the right scroll bar)

photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/waynoo/page2/
(plus more to find at flickr)