[f_minor] On Some Faraway Beach Nfld.

pzumst pzumst at bluewin.ch
Wed Jun 30 16:52:56 EDT 2010

pls ignore previous, Mary only

From: pzumst 
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 10:46 PM
To: Discussion of the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould. 
Subject: Re: [f_minor] On Some Faraway Beach Nfld.

Hi Mary
I found a list of Brian Eno Bootlegs at a site where I usually hunt for info on Bootlegs. I also know where to get them, but that is a different story

Music for Airports or Apollo work especially well for falling asleep or when you are, eh, under the influence of certain substances. I don't think that Eno would mind that I use his music for falling asleep. Now here is a guy who is constantly trying something different with the idea of music or what we think of as music.


From: maryellen jensen 
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 8:50 PM
To: f_minor at glenngould.org 
Subject: [f_minor] On Some Faraway Beach Nfld.

"Don't start that talking, I could talk all night..." about Brian Eno from that first Roxy album and 'Virginia Plain' all through the '70's: Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy, Here Come The Warm Jets, Another Green World, to "Julie With..." from Before and After Science, I have never heard music sound more like water:


 The marvellous word games all over from 'The Fat Lady of Limburgh', 'Needle In A Camel's Eye', 'Baby's On Fire', to the employment of a typewriter in 'China My China' to the terrific assonance in 'No One Receiving':



Go to Fora Tv (on the Web) to learn what Brian Eno is up to with 'The Long Now Foundation'.
Mary Jensen



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