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Before and After Science is the fifth studio album by British musician Brian Eno. Produced by Eno and Rhett Davies, it was originally released by Polydor Records in December 1977 in the UK and by US Island soon after. Guest musicians from the United Kingdom and Germany helped with the album, including members of Roxy Music, Free, Fairport Convention, Can and Cluster.
Ambient 1: Music for Airports is the sixth studio album by Brian Eno. It was released by Polydor Records in 1978. The album consists of four compositions created by layering tape loops of differing lengths. It was the first of four albums released in Eno's "Ambient" series, a term which he coined to differentiate his experimental and minimalistic approach to composition from "the products of the various purveyors of canned music". To achieve this, Eno sought to create music "as ignorable as it is interesting. Though it is not the earliest entry in the genre, it was the first album ever to be explicitly created under the label "ambient music. Tracklist: Side one: 00:00 - 1/1 17:20 - 2/1. Side two: 26:15 - 1/2 38:30 - 2/2. The track labelling references the album's first release (1978) as an LP, and so the first track means "first track, first side", and so on.
When Rogerson hits his final chord, Eno completely takes over, dissolving the sound into a glossy decay, as though a Rothko painting were slowly fading to black. By and large, the two musicians strike a balance on Finding Shore, fluidly intermingling the acoustic and the electronic. But some of the best tracks are those where Eno completely subsumes the sound of the piano.
D’Angelo recorded his second album at Electric Lady, the Manhattan studio built by Jimi Hendrix. There he studied bootleg videos of Sixties and Seventies soul singers and cooked up an album heavy on bass and drenched in a post-coital haze. The single Untitled (How Does It Feel?) sounds like a great lost Prince song. My Morning Jacket infused Z with both Eno-esque keyboards and sculpted guitars, but also Skynyrd-style riffs and bar-band grooves.