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8 thoughts on “ Here Come The Warm Jets ”

  1. Check out our album review of Artist's Here Come The Warm Jets on Rolling ballanaranuadakelvgukree.xyzinfo he will attempt to structure his work rather than throw together the first ten things that come to mind. Author: Gordon Fletcher.
  2. Released in January , Here Come The Warm Jets was Brian Eno’s debut solo release following his departure from Roxy Music. UK 8-Track Cartridge.
  3. Jun 23,  · Then came Here Come the Warm Jets. If that was the result of throwing together the first ten things that came to his mind (about the same time I learned of Eno's "Oblique Strategies" cards of random chance counsel for music making), maybe more of us should give it a try.
  4. Released by Island Records in January , Here Come The Warm Jets rose to No in the ballanaranuadakelvgukree.xyzinfo: Oregano Rathbone.
  5. Eno's solo debut, Here Come the Warm Jets, is a spirited, experimental collection of unabashed pop songs on which Eno mostly reprises his Roxy Music role as "sound manipulator," taking the lead vocals but leaving much of the instrumental work to various studio cohorts (including ex-Roxy mates Phil Manzanera and Andy Mackay, plus Robert Fripp and others).
  6. May 19,  · referencing Here Come The Warm Jets, LP, Album, Unofficial, 23 MM Actually sounds masterful. Clarity, dynamics, realistic percussion, deep bass, everything sounds crystal clear and defined/5(2K).
  7. Filled with dense soundscapes and minute details, “Here Come the Warm Jets” reveals something new with each listen and set the stage for an awesome musical career. Check out music that inspired or was contemporary to “Here Come the Warm Jets” on our Musical Lead-Up Playlist ballanaranuadakelvgukree.xyzinfo: Classic Album Sundays.
  8. Re the lyrics to 'Here Come the Warm Jets' (Title Track). I seem to recall an interview or review and it was noted that this track is about the act of micturition. In this context, some of the words may be interpreted differently (if they could be heard!). The phrase 'nowhere to be' for example is actually "nowhere to pee".

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