Knowing that, it is an excellent little study of the working process that Eno used for this album.
Geeta Dayal's lengthy, self-absorbed preface describes, in great detail, how difficult she found the writing of this insubstantial book.
This was the second 33 1/3 book I read (the first was Hugo Wilcken's excellent Low) and I can't overstate my disappointment.
I'm a life long super fan of all things Eno and have to say that this little book is just fantastic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Ox
I hate to leave a bad review about a book, especially on a subject I love, but this book merits one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by microbes
I purchased this title for my Kindle because the album holds a special place in my heart. I discovered it in the early 90's and it's meditative and calm pieces really helped me... Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by D. Plante
this book is about a record made by BRIAN ENO called ANOTHER GREEN WORLD. some people say this album is quite good and want to read a book about it. read it today.Published on May 24, 2012 by gcd
The book basically delivers what most serious Eno fans will be looking for; Eno's ideas, concepts and recording/composing mentality. Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by charles staffeld
Although all the books in the 33-1/3 series, including this one, are advertised as 6.6x4.8 inches, some copies of Another Green World seem to be manufactured on a print-on-demand... Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by Designing Books
This volume serves as a decent introduction to '70s Eno and it stretches well beyond the scope of this album to discuss his first ambient records (Airports, Discreet Music),... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by G. Fazio
Geeta Dayal's "Another Green World" contribution to the 33 1/3 collection is invaluable. It's a knock out, really. Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by B. McGowan
I am fairly big Brian Eno fan. I've followed his career and read some of the books. I love his music and the music that he has produced for others. Read morePublished on February 1, 2010 by Drew R. Cerria