Everything Eno touched in the 70s

by Bob Coyne
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Brian Eno was everywhere in the 70s. From Roxy Music to David Bowie, his solo art-rock albums to his ambient work. Even popping up in the New York No Wave scene and recording with Krautrock legends Cluster and Harmonia. This is a list of every album he recorded, appeared on or produced during that period, in roughly chronological order. It's safe to say he was prolific. Did I miss something? Comment below. Click an album below to read a review

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He was prolific! lots of stuff on there I wasnt aware of

He also produced the first Ultravox! Album in 1976.

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Ah, I wondered if anyone would spot the Ultravox omission. When putting the list together, the search didn't bring up any results for that album so I couldn't include it. Thanks for pointing out the 801 album, I'll add that. Looks like he may...

Ah, I wondered if anyone would spot the Ultravox omission. When putting the list together, the search didn't bring up any results for that album so I couldn't include it. Thanks for pointing out the 801 album, I'll add that. Looks like he may have played a small part in their Listen Now album as well.

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... and was on 801 Live album from same year.

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There are a variety of things still missing from this list, notably:

801's LISTEN NOW, Peter Hammill's NADIR'S BIG CHANCE, and the amazing Snatch 45 "R.A.F."

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Also, Robert Wyatt's RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD

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Thanks for your input Chuck. I will investigate further and get them added.

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