‘Baby’s On Fire’ seems to come alive. Può essere parzialmente o totalmente riprodotta, ma solo aggiungendo in modo ben visibile il link alla recensione stessa su DeBaser. I haven't been able to find the Matrix/ Runout (Side A) T2-ILPS 9268 A-1 O< Anybody have an idea what press this is? It features various guest musicians, including Robert Fripp of King Crimson, members of Roxy Music, Hawkwind, Matching Mole, and The Pink Fairies. About “Here Come the Warm Jets” (Unreviewed) The meaning of the term “warm jets” in the title of this song has been quite a source of speculation since its release. The meaning of the term “warm jets” in the title of this song has been quite a source of speculation since its release. But I loved the symmetry of how Eno faded out the rich synths and layers of piano to leave only a single piano melody in the outro.Robert Fripp was back with even more attitude [if possible], and this time Eno was driving his guitar through his synths, maximizing the waves of raw aggression that it generated tenfold. The melody and vibe are almost identical. Particularly this title track. Based on a two note piano figure that plodded like the Bataan Death March, if proffered a grinding nihilism that perversely, stimulated me. With or without Obi. Pink rim Island label. The harsh, metallic noise sounded like a cicada from hell had blown out the song before the feedback faded out, eventually leaving the guitar chord. "Here Come The Warm Jets" is an instrumental (with occasional vocals) that surely inspired Ultravox. All the ones I’ve seen are boots.
I consider 1981 tragically late as well so I can’t claim any hipness factor.Yes, this album was incredibly schizophrenic and mood/style swing-y. Any reason for this release being described as a 'reissue'?
The dreamy backing vocals were swoon-worthy, but the fly in the ointment manifested when at first the distorted feedback from the guitar line manifested in front of the actual guitar itself. Comes in a MoFi sleeve, super clean and quiet. My copy has a censored front sleeve. And she tells me they’re selling up their maisonettesAnd they’re saving their labour for insane reading” – Cindy Tells MeWhen those last four notes come to a brief halt, our senses were then assaulted by the most aggressive transition possible in the next split second as the insane “Blank Frank” began like an unexpected jolt of acid in the face! The pressing is actually also of high quality, at least 180-200g. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Thanks Monk, loving these write ups.Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.Searching for divinity in records from '78-'85 or so…
The drums are super punchy and the low end is decently defined and a driving force. It’s a great album no doubt. I agree with below this is a steal at these prices an excellent pressing of a lost classic. The distorted wah wah guitar by Robert Fripp was the only part of this song that didn’t necessarily sound “backwards. The long buildup of pianos on the track [there are 27 piano tracks layered on top of each other] took its good, sweet time to reach a plateau before Eno’s dreamy vocals began the lyrical portion of the song. Clarity, dynamics, realistic percussion, deep bass, everything sounds crystal clear and defined. Actually sounds masterful. Brian Eno debut solo album released on Island Records in 1973. But trust me; they are amazingly congruent visions. The Crossword Solver finds answers to American-style crosswords, British-style crosswords, general knowledge crosswords and cryptic crossword puzzles.