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Eno / Wobble - Spinner

Eno / Wobble - Spinner
Performer: Eno / Wobble
Title: Spinner
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic
Style:Experimental, Ambient
Released: 1995
Catalog number: ASCD23
Label: All Saints
MP3 album szie: 1461 mb
FLAC album size: 1019 mb

Tracklist

1Garden Recalled
Composed By – Brian Eno
3:21
2Iced World (Edit)8:40
3Marine Radio
Bass, Keyboards – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleDrums – Richard Bailey
5:04
4Where We Lived
Composed By – Brian Eno
2:59
5Space Diary 1
Composed By – Brian Eno
1:51
6Left Where It Fell
Bass, Drums, Keyboards – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleEffects [Atmospheres], Percussion – Mark Ferda
12:02
7Like Organza
Bass – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah Wobble
2:44
8Spinner
Bass, Effects [Atmospheres] – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleDrums – Jaki LiebezietEffects [Atmospheres] – Mark Ferda
2:54
9Transmitter And Trumpet
Bass, Keyboards, Effects [Atmospheres] – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleDrums – Jaki LiebezietEffects [Atmospheres] – Mark FerdaGuitar – Justin Adams
8:41
10Unusual Balance
Bass, Drums – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleGuitar – Justin AdamsVocals – Sussan Deyhim
5:23
11Steam
Bass, Drums – Jah WobbleComposed By – Brian Eno, Jah WobbleGuitar – Justin AdamsKeyboards, Effects [Atmospheres] – Mark Ferda
3:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GYR 6614-2Eno / Wobble Eno / Wobble - Spinner ‎(CD, Album)Gyroscope, All SaintsGYR 6614-2US1995
ASCD23Eno / Wobble Eno / Wobble - Spinner ‎(CD, Album)All SaintsASCD23Australia & New Zealand1995
HNCD1495ADVBrian Eno & Jah Wobble Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner ‎(CD, Album, Promo)All Saints, Hannibal RecordsHNCD1495ADVUS2005
ASCD23, ASCDA23Eno / Wobble Eno / Wobble - Spinner ‎(CD, Album)All Saints, All SaintsASCD23, ASCDA23UK1995
GP-06 GT 000542Brian Eno & Jah Wobble Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)All Saints , Hannibal Records GP-06 GT 000542Russia2006

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover Image], Liner NotesBrian Eno
  • Design [Subsequent - Cover Image]David Coppenhall
  • Design Concept [Front Cover Concept]Brian Eno, David Coppenhall
  • Mixed ByJah Wobble, Mark Ferda
  • Producer [Additional Production By]Jah Wobble
  • Producer [Assistant Producer], EngineerMark Ferda
  • Producer [Initial Recordings Produced By]Brian Eno
  • Synthesizer, Effects [Treatments]Brian Eno

Notes

Mastered at Transfermation, London.

Published by Opal Music / Warner Chappell.
℗ & © All Saints Records Ltd 1995.
Manufactured in the UK.

Track 10 (Left Where It Fell) lasts 7:02. There then follows 5:00 of silence after which a hidden track starts (an edit of 'Iced World' from Brian Eno's later released album 'The Drop'). It's length is 8:39 giving a total track length of 20:41 for the final track.

'This music originated as a soundtrack for Derek Jarman's last film 'Glitterbug', which was released shortly after his death in 1994.
He never saw it finished.

I made most of the music in my studio in Kilburn, working directly onto digital stereo, alone at night. I hardly watched the film, which, being made up of pieces of Super-8 footage shot by Derek over the twenty years between the late sixties and late eighties, became more and more poignant as his life drew to its close.

I had intended to collect the music as a soundtrack record, but in the end a lot of it didn't make much sense without the film. So I cut that connection and placed myself instead in the hands of Jah. He received from me a number of stereo tapes and did what he does - spanning the gamut from leaving them completely alone (such as 'Garden Recalled'), playing along (such as 'Like Organza'), or using them as atmospheres for entirely new compositions (such as 'Steam').

He told me that after he finished working on this, he walked along the Grand Union Canal from Bethnal Green and up through the Lea Valley listening on headphones. He assures me that the music proved a very satisfactory companion, which opinion I pass on for any others considering the same walk.'

Brian Eno, 1995.

The film 'Glitterbug' is available on Dangerous To Know Videos (cat. no. DKT011).

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 023701 002321
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): B8569 ASCD 23 : 1 : 3 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code (2x, variant 1): IFPI L123
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): B8569 ASCD 23 : 1 : 0 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code (2x, variant 2): IFPI L123
  • Matrix / Runout (variant 3): B8569 ASCD 23 : 1 : 2 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code (2x, variant 3): IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code (variant 3): IFPI 2308

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – All Saints Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – All Saints Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Opal Music
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Mastered At – Transfermation
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus – B8569

Short intro

Spinner is an instrumental album by British musicians Brian Eno and Jah Wobble . John Wardle, released in 1995. Where We Lived 2:59. Like Organza 2:44. Steam 3:16. Garden Recalled 3:21. Marine Radio 5:04. Unusual Balance 5:23. Space Diary 1 1:51. Spinner 2:54. Transmitter and Trumpet 8:41. Left Where It Fell 7:02. Hidden track later released upon The Drop as Iced World 8:42. Of course, Eno fans could find merit in 40 minutes of amplifier hum, and they'll find it in Spinner too. Some will point to individual sections that sound like Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror, Discreet Music, My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, and other instances where Eno's muse has been better served, claiming that this music too functions well as ambient music albeit with a dub presence. Spinner is a music album by Brian Eno & Jah Wobble released in 1995. Spinner is ranked 52,333rd in the overall chart, 9,055th in the 1990s, and 935th in the year 1995. Spinner by Brian Eno & Jah Wobble Year: 1995 Overall rank: 52,333rd. Average Rating: 73100 from 4 votes. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Eno , 1995. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Brian Eno , Jah Wobble. Songs in album Spinner 1995. Brian Eno Wobble - Like Organza. Brian Eno Wobble - Steam. Brian Eno Wobble - Marine Radio. Brian Eno Wobble - Unusual Balance. Brian Eno Wobble - Space Diary. Brian Eno Wobble - Spinner. Brian Eno Wobble - Transmitter And Trumpet. Brian Eno f. Read about Spinner Album Version by Brian Eno & Jah Wobble and see the artwork, lyrics and similar & Wobble: Spinner is a music studio album recording by BRIAN ENO Progressive ElectronicProgressive Rock released in 1995 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Where We Lived 3:00 2. Like Organza 2:44 3. Steam 3:16 4. Garden Recalled 3:21 5. Marine Radio 5:06 6. Unusual Balance 5:23 7. Space Diary 1 1:51 8. Spinner 2:54 9. Transmitter and Trumpet 8:41 10. SPINNER is an album with compositions by Brian Eno and Jah Wobble. I give this album FIVE STARS, but only for one reason. The reason is that Brian Eno has provided to the world, one of the finest albums in the entire realm of music, namely, LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS. And so, I am voting for Mr. Eno, by designating SPINNER as FIVE STAR album, when it really only deserves TWO STARS. On the SPINNER album, I found only three of the compositions interesting enough to write about. SPINNER 2:54. Starts with a whoosh of white noise. At 15-seconds begins a syncopated bass guitar motif that repeats itself indefinitely. Brian Enos collaborative albums with John Cale and bassist Jah Wobble - 1990s Wrong Way Up and 1995s Spinner, respectively - will be reissued with a handful of bonus tracks each. The sets will arrive on August 21st via All Saints Records. The reissues coincide with the 30th anniversary of Wrong Way Up and the 25th anniversary of Spinner. The bonus tracks on Wrong Way Up are Grandfathers House and Palanquin, which appeared on the b-side of the Spinning Away single. And the bonus tracks on Spinner are Stravinsky, an Eno original from the soundtrack to Derek Jarmans movie Glitterbug,. Album 1995 10 Songs. Eno felt the soundtrack didnt quite hold up apart from the film, so he employed another of his favorite tactics, which was to invite one of his favorite musicians to alter the existing tapes with new sounds. For this occasion, that collaborator was former PiL bassist Jah Wobble, who radically reworked some of Enos original tracks and left others, like the austere Garden Recal