Open, honest, clearly written. I found the parts about Bosnia/Serbia/Croatia to be interesting political diversions, and a foreshadowing of modern-day (2015) anti-Muslim sentiment... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell Childers
I hate Brian eno! He was always trying to steal the show! It was my band! If he was here I would pull his hair!
Caveat: I read this book back in 1997. I am just looking at buying it again, and re-reading it!
So, that means I don't remember the specifics that well! Read more
Eno is a great musician and thinker. He is also a middle-aged, middle class British man. One is far more interesting than the other. Read morePublished on February 5, 2008 by Inner City Intellect
Fun, fast read. Eno is a pioneer and true rennaisance man. Recommended for anyone acutely interested in the music and art worlds, particularly those places where they intersect.Published on February 28, 2006 by Brent Friedman
This is a great read - Eno is very honest and open... Plus it is amazing how busy but also how laid back is at times. It's full of great insights.Published on February 24, 2006 by Joshua D. Sites
This is a wonderful book. It reminds me of some of my favorite foods. . . I wouldn't mind snacking on them for a moment or two, having a normal meal of them-- or maybe even a... Read morePublished on August 11, 2005 by Thomas J. Park
my well-worn copy was purchased when the book came out. a fan of eno from his roxy music days, he lead the pack in being ahead of the pack when it came to ambient music, among... Read morePublished on October 27, 2004 by a reader
If you are a record producer or a musician interested in production you are certainly familiar with Eno's work. Have you ever wondered what his routine is like? Well, I did. Read morePublished on November 5, 2003 by Mauricio Bussab