My Life in the Bush of Ghosts [Bonus Tracks]

My Life in the Bush of Ghosts [Bonus Tracks]

by Brian Eno, David Byrne

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/11/2006
Label: Nonesuch
UPC: 0075597989427
catalogNumber: 79894
Rank: 41162

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian Eno   Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Drums,Bass Guitar
David Byrne   Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Drums,Bass Guitar
Bill Laswell   Bass
Busta Cherry Jones   Bass
John Cooksey   Drums
Chris Frantz   Drums
Dennis Keeley   Bodhran
Mingo Lewis   Stick,Bata
Prairie Prince   Percussion,Drums,Bass Drums
Jose Rossy   Conga,Agogo,Agong-Gon
Steve Scales   Percussion,Conga,Metal Objects
David Van Tieghem   Percussion,Drums
Tim Wright   Bass

Technical Credits

David Byrne   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Bill Laswell   Arranger,Composer
Busta Cherry Jones   Arranger,Composer
Michael Crétu   Composer
Brian Eno   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Audio Production,Cover Image
David Fairstein   Composer
Chris Frantz   Arranger
Robert Fripp   Arranger
Dave Jerden   Engineer
Eddie Korvin   Engineer
Johnny Potoker   Engineer
Prairie Prince   Contributor
Rev. Timothy Wright   Composer
David Van Tieghem   Arranger,Composer
Tim Wright   Arranger
Neal Teeman   Engineer
Stacy Baird   Engineer
Robert Edridge Waks   Editorial Coordinator
Amos Tutuola   Writer,Author

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My Life in the Bush of Ghosts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the quintessential experimental album of the 80's. To this day, it evokes an originality unequaled. I understand that Mr. Byrne walked out about halfway through the completion of this album, but by then it seems to have taken on as life of its own. With collaborators such as Bill Laswell and Robert Fripp, perhaps he felt that his job was done. Whatever. This album certainly shows the genius of both headliners, and paves the way for Brian Eno to become one of the most sought after producers in popular/avant garde music to this day. I'm sure that the members of U2 heard this record before choosing to work with Mr. Eno, and that it was instrumental in their decision. For those more into esoteric sounds, it definitely contains at least a nod to John Cage. Laurie Anderson's ''Home Of The Brave'' et al. are also sisters to this work. Where are these experimenters today?