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Brian Eno first came across the work of Rick Holland in the late 90's during the Map-Making project; a series of collaborative works between students of the Royal College, the Guildhall School of Music, the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal College of Music, the National Youth Orchestra and the English National Ballet, among others. In 2003, Brian and Rick made their first music together. The resulting work does not appear on this album. In the time since that initial session they have met infrequently to work on new compositions. In early 2011, following the release of Small Craft on a Milk Sea (Brian's debut album for Warp Records), the pair resolved to finish the project. Drums Between the Bells is the result.
This special hardcover edition of Brian Eno's Drums Between The Bells includes a second disc with instrumental versions of tracks, and a 44 page book containing an essay by Eno as well as further images.
This is it! This is a revolution! I have always liked Eno's thing, but this one is something everybody should listen to every now and then. Thank you Mr Eno! Thank you so much!Published 3 months ago by AriPistol
Certainly not Eno's finest moment, but there are moments of perfection herein. "The Real" alone is worth the price of admission.Published 6 months ago by Brian
If you like Eno you will be glad that you bought this. Sometimes it seems a bit forced and pretentious, but you have to get over that and just go with it. Interesting listening. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kevin Menzies
Brian Eno soothes and excites my soul! Not for Top 40 fiends, this is much deeper. i predict it will be background lead-ins on NPR and the NFL in 5 years (it takes that long for... Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by John F. Rudisill
This is the worst of any of Brian Eno's cd's. I have listened to almost all of his works and this is by far the worst.Published on January 3, 2013 by susan
I hate the Spoken Word over the music on Disc One. It's too chaotic. I also am not fond of the music on Disc Two. Read morePublished on August 5, 2012 by whitechocolatebrotha
If you don't care for avantegarde-ish poetry spoken over ambient sound, you won't care for this. This is not like Eno's ambient work where it's designed to be background music; the... Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by Baranabus