Here Come the Warm Jets

Here Come the Warm Jets

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Roxy Music was one of the most stylish, intelligent, and slyly funny bands on London's early-'70s glam-rock scene. But keyboardist and conceptualist Brian Eno departed after only two albums to embark on what has turned out to be a wild and often unpredictable solo career. Though his music is fairly austere these days, Eno was at his most

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Roxy Music was one of the most stylish, intelligent, and slyly funny bands on London's early-'70s glam-rock scene. But keyboardist and conceptualist Brian Eno departed after only two albums to embark on what has turned out to be a wild and often unpredictable solo career. Though his music is fairly austere these days, Eno was at his most clever and flamboyantly odd on his solo debut, Here Come the Warm Jets. Anticipating the coming punk era, the new wave sounds to follow, and the electronica of today, Here Come the Warm Jets contains some of the most exuberant and hardest-rocking moments of Eno's career; it's an album of remarkable depth, full of sonic surprises and furious wordplay that reward careful listening. There have been a few bands over the years brave enough to cover such classic Eno tunes as "Baby's on Fire," but none has quite been able to recapture the power of his synthetically altered vocals, siren-like guitars, buzzing wall of noise, and various "treated" instruments. Twenty-five years later, Here Come the Warm Jets has lost none of its ability to delight, confound, and, most of all, inspire.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/01/2004
Label:
Astralwerks
UPC:
0724357729321
catalogNumber:
77293
Rank:
28007

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian Eno   Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Track Performer
Phil Manzanera   Guitar
Chris Thomas   Bass
John Wetton   Bass,Bass Guitar
Chris Spedding   Guitar
Busta Cherry Jones   Bass,Bass Guitar
Robert Fripp   Guitar
Nick Judd   Keyboards
Simon King   Percussion
Bill MacCormick   Bass,Bass Guitar
Andy Mackay   Keyboards,Saxophone
Paul Rudolph   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar
Marty Simon   Percussion
Swettfield   Vocals
Paul Thompson   Percussion
Lloyd Watson   Guitar,Slide Guitar
Nick Kool   Keyboards
Koolaids   Keyboards
Sweetfeed   Background Vocals
Chris Thomas   Bass
Chris E. Thomas   Bass

Technical Credits

Busta Cherry Jones   Arranger
Brian Eno   Arranger,Producer,Contributor,Instrumentation
Nick Judd   Arranger
Derek Chandler   Engineer
Andrew Day   Redesign
Lorenz Zatecky   Cover Photo

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