Brian Eno - Discreet Music

Discreet Music (1975) is the fourth studio album by the British musician Brian Eno, and the first released under his full name (as opposed to simply "Eno").

 

The album is a minimalist work featuring synthesizer and tape delay. The A-side consists of one 30-minute piece, while the B-side features three variations on Canon in D Major by Johann Pachelbel, performed by the Cockpit Ensemble and conducted by Gavin Bryars.

 

Tracklist

 

A Discreet Music

Synthesizer [With Digital Recall System, Effects [Graphic Equalizer, Echo Unit, Delay], Tape – Brian Eno

Synthesizer [With Digital Recall System, Effects [Graphic Equalizer, Echo Unit, Delay], Tape – Brian Eno

30:35
  Three Variations On The Canon In D Major By Johann Pachelbel

Arranged By – Brian Eno

Arranged By – Brian Eno

 
B1 Fullness Of Wind

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

9:57
B2 French Catalogues

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

5:18
B3 Brutal Ardour

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

Conductor, Arranged By – Gavin Bryars

Engineer – Peter Kelsey

Ensemble – The Cockpit Ensemble

8:17

 

Virgin EMI Records – ENOLP5

Brian Eno - Discreet Music

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