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Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 9:35:55 -0400 (EDT)
From: Grade D but Edible <RKARR[at]-remove-npr.org>
Subject: "we were taking tiger mountain"
> album titles, son:
> tiger mountain - brian eno
The full title is _Taking_Tiger_Mountain_(By_Strategy)_....
Funny thing, that: As I was waking up, mere minutes ago, I was thinking about
this album. Funny little precog....
> for those who don't instinctively understand the inspiration
> behind "when eno sings", i recommend the 1990 brian eno/john cale
> album Wrong Way Up. it has been awhile since i gave it a spin,
> but it does hold up. brian's voice is god-like.
Holds up, but not as well as either's solo work, methinks. Eno's high point,
IMHO, is _Here_Come_The_Warm_Jets_, while Cale's is either _Fear_ or
_Paris_1919_. All are essential.
And Eno's best production still has to be _Q:_Are_We_Not_Men...., while Cale's
must be the first Squeeze lp....
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