Here Come the Warm Jets

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/1/2004
  • Label: Astralwerks
  • UPC: 724357729321
  • Catalog Number: 77293
  • Sales rank: 39,331

Album Credits

Performance Credits
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
Arun Chakraverty Mastering
Eno Arranger, Producer, Contributor, Instrumentation
Nick Judd Arranger
Simon Heyworth Mastering
Derek Chandler Engineer
Andrew Day Redesign
Lorenz Zatecky Cover Photo
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2014

    great songs. great self production enabling brian eno the leeway

    great songs. great self production enabling brian eno the leeway to do what he wanted. using the buttons on his keyboard to simulate whatever instrument was needed was a nifty move. Robert fripp's guitar solo on "baby's on fire" is one of the greatest solo's ever. this 1973 album is the benchmark for all "prog/glam/experimental" whatever albums.

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    Posted December 5, 2008

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