Brian Eno - The Ship album flac
|(i) Fickle Sun||18:03|
|(ii) The Hour Is Thin||2:50|
|(iii) I'm Set Free||5:18|
|WARPCD272X||Brian Eno||The Ship (CD, Album, Ltd)||Warp Records, Opal Records||WARPCD272X||Europe||2016|
|WARPLP272||Brian Eno||The Ship (2xLP, Album)||Warp Records||WARPLP272||Europe||2016|
|WARPLP272||Brian Eno||The Ship (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Tra)||Warp Records||WARPLP272||UK, Europe & US||2016|
|WARPCDD272||Brian Eno||The Ship (4xFile, FLAC, Album)||Warp Records||WARPCDD272||Europe||2016|
|WARPCDD 272||Brian Eno||The Ship (4xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Warp Records||WARPCDD 272||UK||2016|
|WARPCDD272||Brian Eno||The Ship (4xFile, WAV, Album, 24-)||Warp Records||WARPCDD272||Europe||2016|
|WARPCD272||Brian Eno||The Ship (CD, Album)||Opal Records, Warp Records||WARPCD272||Europe||2016|
|BRC-505||Brian Eno||The Ship (CD, Album, Car)||Warp Records, Beat Records||BRC-505||Japan||2016|
|BRC-505CE||Brian Eno||The Ship (CD, Album, Ltd, SHM)||Beat Records, Opal Records||BRC-505CE||Japan||2016|
|none, WARPCD272X||Brian Eno||The Ship (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Opal Records , Warp Records||none, WARPCD272X||Russia||2016|
|none, WARPCD272P||Brian Eno||The Ship (CDr, Album, Promo)||Opal Records, Warp Records||none, WARPCD272P||Europe||2016|
|none||Brian Eno||The Ship (CDr, Album, Promo)||Sonic Records , Warp Records||none||Poland||2016|
Brian Eno – The Ship. Label: Warp Records – WARPLP272. In fact, the whole album plays noiselessly and beautifully.
Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno, RDI (/ˈiːnoʊ/; born Brian Peter George Eno, 15 May 1948) is an English musician, record producer, and visual artist best known for his pioneering work in ambient music and contributions to rock, pop, electronic, and generative music.
Reflection is the twenty-sixth studio album by English musician Brian Eno, released on 1 January 2017 on Warp Records. It is a single piece of ambient music produced by Eno that runs for 54 minutes in length on CD and vinyl. It was nominated for the 2017 Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.
Brian Eno has said the title is a reference to the sinking of Titanic, which he has called "the apex of human technical power, set to be man's greatest triumph over nature".
Brian Eno’s 25th solo album arrives trailed by a very Enoesque explanation. On Eno’s new album, The Ship, he captures the desolate sound of sinking twenty thousand leagues under the sea, and leaves us stranded on a desolated sonic island with only an illusory hope for rescue or return. The 47-minute record is comprised of two lengthy tone-poems, the title track and "Fickle Sun".
Produced by Brian Eno. Album The Ship. The Ship was from the willing land The waves about it roll. And as a globe of powder sand We lift, we lose, we haul. The time is still The sky is young Drawn on towards the goal And we are as the undescribed To take and lose and hold. Oh hallelujah, pray for me, the man who turned away. My desert in a grain of sand. My life within a day. So smooth the stones that count the tides, the piper plays a reed.
Album · 2016 · 4 Songs. Nearly 50 years into his career, Brian Eno is still finding ground to cover. Inspired by a fascination with the Titanic and what he calls humankind’s back-and-forth between hubris and paranoia, The Ship blends the elusive majesty of Eno’s pioneering ambient music with his boyish, chant-like vocals and spoken-word interludes for a journey that shifts mercurially from quiet and optimistic to threatening and discordant, ending with a cover of the Velvet. Underground’s I’m Set Free so gorgeously direct you can almost see the clouds parting.
Brian Eno has announced The Ship, his first solo album since 2012's Lux. It's out April 29 via Warp. Below, you can check out the tracklist as well as the Eno-designed album art. It features a cover of the Velvet Underground's "I'm Set Free," which Eno described as "even more relevant now than it did then" in a press release.
Brian Eno : The Ship. Brian Eno’s ambient music, and the more restrained of his solo rock albums like Another Green World, always felt like it stemmed from an obscurely empathetic perspective. This shouldn’t be a great revelation as works like Music for Airports were intended to both accompany and absorb public environments. It’s almost as if one of the last half-century’s most authoritative philosophers about music technology was almost reticent to use it. For that reason Eno’s work has been both extremely influential and uncopiable