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Brian Eno's Obscure Records

Stuart delves into the back catalogue of Brian Eno's short-lived label Obscure Records, which was instrumental in bringing experimental artists to prominence.

Stuart delves into the back catalogue of Brian Eno's short lived record label Obscure Records.

Eno was best known for his pop music past when Obscure was active and the label was instrumental in bringing experimental artists to a wider audience.

From haunting vocal pieces to rhythmic instrumentals the featured composers include John Cage, Harold Budd and Michael Nyman.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Brian Eno

    The Lion Sleeps Tonight

    • Island Records.
  • Penguin Cafe Orchestra

    Penguin Cafe Orchestra Single

    • Music From The Penguin CafĂ©.
    • Obscure.
  • John Cage

    Experiences No. 2

    • Voices And Instruments.
    • Obscure.
  • Jan Steele

    All Day

    • Voices And Instruments.
    • Obscure.
  • Harold Budd

    Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord

    • The Pavilion Of Dreams.
    • Obscure.
  • Harold Budd

    Butterfly Sunday

    • Obscure.
  • David Toop

    The Chairs Story

    • New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments.
    • Obscure.
  • Max Eastley

    The Centriphone

    • New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments.
    • Obscure.
  • John White

    John White - Son Of Gothic Chord

  • Brian Eno

    Brutal Ardour

    • Discreet Music.
    • Obscure.
  • Michael Nyman

    1 100

    • Decay Music.
    • Obscure.

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