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Produced by him, it was released on Island Records in January 1974. The musical style of Here Come the Warm Jets is a hybrid of glam rock and art pop, similar to Eno's previous album work with Roxy Music, although in a stronger experimental fashion
Tracklist: 1. Needles In The Camel’s Eye, 2. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch, 3. Baby’s On Fire, 4. Cindy Tells Me, 5. Driving Me Backwards, 6. On Some Faraway Beach, 7. Blank Frank, 8. Dead Finks Don’t Talk, 9. Some Of Them Are Old, 10. Here Come The Warm Jets. 1. Needles In The Camel’s Eye. 2. The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch.
Produced by him, it was released on Island Records in 1974. The musical style of Here Come the Warm Jets is a hybrid of glam rock and art rock, similar to Eno's previous album work with Roxy Music, although in a stronger experimental fashion. In developing the album's words and music, Eno used unusual methods such as dancing for his band members and having them play accordingly, and singing nonsense words to himself that would form the basis of subsequent lyrics.
Produced by Brian Eno. Album Here Come the Warm Jets. Here Come the Warm Jets Lyrics Inaudible. The meaning of the term warm jets in the title of this song has been quite a source of speculation since its release. Eno has stated that the term refers to the guitars: The title Warm Jets came from the guitar sound on the track of that name, which I described on the track sheet as ‘warm jet guitar’, because it sounded like a tuned jet. However, there are rumors that it has a more sexual meaning – that is, that it refers to a golden shower, especially since the cover art includes a playing card with a picture of a woman urinating on it. "Here Come the Warm Jets" Track Info
His first solo album, 1974’s Here Come the Warm Jets, lunges out of its gates with the gigantic tone-bending riff of Needles in the Camel’s Eye. It’s a startlingly simple song-its guitar solo is essentially just the major scale you learn at your first lesson-made glorious by Eno’s fanatical attention to details of arrangement and timbre, and by his one-of-a-kind voice, precise and heady, with the long, rounded vowels of a former chorister. That’s not all Eno got from the church hymns of his childhood. Eno might have gone on to duplicate the r pattern of Roxy Music, but the Warm Jets tour was cut off early when his lung collapsed. Once he recovered, he worked almost entirely in the recording studio with a new tool he developed in that period in collaboration with visual artist Peter Schmidt: Oblique Strategies.
Band Name Brian Eno. Album Name Here Come the Warm Jets. 8. Dead Finks Don't Talk. 9. Some of Them Are Old. 10.
Title: Here Come The Warm Jets
Date of release: 1977
Style: Prog Rock, Glam
Size MP3: 1149 mb
Size FLAC: 1174 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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