Brian Eno's role in the development of popular music - as a composer, a producer, a collaborator, a theorist, and an agent provocateur - cannot be underestimated. Not only has he produced music which is lastingly influential (Another Green World, Music for Airports); but he has worked with some of the most successful and influential musicians of the past four decades. This collection of essays will examine Eno's music, his working practices, and the ideas that have informed one of the most significant bodies of work in contemporary popular music.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|