Monday, 8 March 2010
I have been listening to, and appreciating Brian Eno's music since he starred as the feather-crested electronic keyboard genius of Roxy Music forty years ago. Since then he has been hailed as a pioneer, with his revolutionary experiments in ambient music and audio visual art and as featured producer on benchmark albums by David Bowie, Talking Heads, U2 and Coldplay.
The video here is the first part of a documentary directed by Nicola Roberts wherein we learn some snippets of his thinking, such as transcendence which he equates with looking at stones and pebbles on a beach.
I coincidently have pebbles and rocks as a background image on my twitter page with which I too reflect upon, when not thinking or twittering. I feel its worth sharing with you, dear readers of nevertheless, that this is my 1000th post.
Go to More Dark Than Shark for everything about Brian Eno.