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Roger Eno - Between Tides FLAC album


Performer: Roger Eno
Genre: Electronic / Classical
Title: Between Tides
Country: UK
Released: 1988
Style: Modern Classical, Post-Modern, Ambient
Label: Land Records
Catalog Number: LAND CD01
FLAC version ZIP size: 1350 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2825 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2913 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 122

Tracklist

1The Frost4:30
2Dust At Dawn (The Last Cowboy In The West)3:54
3The Silent Hours3:30
4Ringinglow2:10
5Winter Music4:09
6One Gull3:22
7Field Of Gold3:35
8While The City Sleeps4:20
9Between Tides2:05
10Sunburst3:31
11Almost Dark3:54
12Prelude For St Joan3:30
13Autumn7:34

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LAND 01Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(LP, Album)Land RecordsLAND 01UK1988
9 25767-4, 4-25767Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(Cass, Album, SR,)Opal Records, Opal Records9 25767-4, 4-25767US1988
9 25767-4, 4-25767Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(Cass, Album, AR,)Opal Records, Opal Records9 25767-4, 4-25767US1988
925 767-2Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(CD, Album)Opal Records925 767-2Germany1988
9 25767-2Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(CD, Album)Opal Records9 25767-2US1988
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LAND 01Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(LP, Album)Land RecordsLAND 01UK1988
9 25767-4, 4-25767Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(Cass, Album, SR,)Opal Records, Opal Records9 25767-4, 4-25767US1988
925 767-2Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(CD, Album)Opal Records925 767-2Germany1988
9 25767-2Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(CD, Album)Opal Records9 25767-2US1988
ASCD01, ASCDA01Roger Eno Between Tides ‎(CD, Album, RE)All Saints, All SaintsASCD01, ASCDA01UK1992

Credits

  • CelloRon Wilson
  • ClarinetPhilip Alexander
  • FluteAmanda Hollins
  • PercussionSebastian Guard
  • PianoRoger Eno
  • ViolaPeiro Gasparini
  • ViolinAlison Harling, Emlyn Singleton
  • ProducerMichael Brook

Video

Nkeiy
Fantastic album, the younger Eno comes closer to Satie's concept of 'furniture music' than Brian ever has, despite the latter's public intentions and proclamations. Chamber ensemble melds with minimalistic ambience in a perfect and agreeable fusion that has yet to be surpassed. Glass failed with 'Liquid Days'; but then so did many others- the point being to fuse classical minimalism with haunting accessibility is terribly tricky. Roger doesn't dodge, and delivers it up in spades, and makes it sound and seem so EASY. Conclusion: buy it, rip it, steal it. You'll love it.