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BRIAN ENO - MULTIMEDIA
"Craft is what enables you to be successful
when you're not inspired." - Brian Eno

Total Recall

Roxy Music: Total Recall [1991]

This is a unique documentary on Roxy Music told through videos and performance clips from concerts and television appearances. It also includes the solo work of Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera, Andy Mackay and Brian Eno. This is a great history of the band beginning in 1972 and ending with Bryan Ferry's performance at Live Aid in 1985.

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Imaginary Landscapes

Brian Eno: Imaginary Landscapes [1991]

A visual profile of a modern artist at the cutting edge of technological change and popular taste. This video brings together Brian Eno's work in sound, vision and light. It explains the development of his music in visual terms, based on landscapes and images that have shaped his life as an artist. Directed by Duncan Ward and Gabriella Cardazzo.

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Headcandy

Headcandy [1994]

1 Castro Haze 2 Manila Envelope 3 Spunk Worship 4 Beast 5 Alloy Balcony & Jets Overhead

An elaborate visual feast with musical accompaniment, Headcandy comes in the form of a Mac or Windows CD-ROM package including two pairs of 3D glasses. The music is by Brian Eno and Robert Fripp.

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Generative Music 1

BRIAN ENO Generative Music 1 [1996]

1 Densities III 2 Klee 4.2 3 Komarek 4 Lysis (Tungsten) 5 Methane IV 6 Microcosmology 7 NS-9001 8 Platform 292 9 Rothko Doric 10 Seed Reflector 11 Supporting Circle 12 Tintoretto

Ultilising Sseyo Koan software, Brian Eno created Generative Music 1, a collection of self-generating musical "seeds". Koan allows a composer to control up to one hundred and fifty musical and sonic parameters within which a Windows PC then improvises a never-repeating musical theme.

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Nile: An Egyptian Quest

Nile: An Egyptian Quest [1996]

Nile: An Egyptian Quest is a CD-ROM multimedia journey through the myths and stories of ancient Egypt, as narrated by Kelly McGillis. Brian Eno provided the music - a mixture of compositions which previously appeared on the soundtrack of Neverwhere, samples taken from Generative Music 1 and some unreleased recordings.

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The Best Of Musikladen Live: Roxy Music

Roxy Music: The Best Of Musikladen Live [2000]

This double-feature live concert footage filmed in Germany in the early '70s includes hits from Roxy Music (with Brian Eno) such as Do The Strand, Editions Of You, In Every Dream Home A Heartache, Re-Make/Re-Model, and Virginia Plain. It also includes live performances of Jeepster, Life's A Gas, Ride A White Swan, Jewel, and Twentieth Century Boy from T.Rex.

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For All Mankind

For All Mankind [2000]

Al Reinert directed this excellent 1989 documentary of the Apollo lunar missions for which Brian Eno provided the soundtrack. Now available on DVD, the original CD-ROM version was produced for the Mac and Windows PC platforms.

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U2: The Joshua Tree

U2: The Joshua Tree [2000]

This documentary assembles the creators of U2's The Joshua Tree to comment about the musical magic that occurred during the recording process. Merging past and present, co-producers Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno, mixer Steve Lillywhite, and guitarist The Edge isolate separate tracks on the album's master tapes to illustrate how some of U2's greatest songs were layered with each individual's crucial contributions. Bono listens in while Lanois deconstructs the masters, with bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen weighing in with illuminating comments.

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1 Giant Leap

1 Giant Leap [2002]

1 Giant Leap is a collaborative DVD project fusing music, words, sounds, rhythms and images from over twenty-five locations in twenty countries around the globe to celebrate a diversity of musicians, story-tellers, authors, filmmakers, artists, entrepreneurs, artists and thinkers from a wide variety of cultures. 1 Giant Leap features Kurt Vonnegut, Dennis Hopper, Ram Dass, Tom Robbins, Anita Roddick, Brian Eno, Michael Stipe (R.E.M.), Robbie Williams, Neneh Cherry, Baaba Maal and many more.

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Can DVD

CAN DVD [2003]

DVD contains two DVDs and an audio CD and offers a comprehensive history of the legendary German band, Can. Included is a short film made by Brian Eno to mark Can's Echo Award for lifetime achievement as well as footage from the Echo Awards ceremony itself.

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Inside Roxy Music

Inside Roxy Music 1972-1974: An Independent Critical Review [2005]

Roxy Music hit the ground running with four amazing albums which were recorded and released in just two years. This is the long awaited critical guide to the formative years of this legendary band. Featuring rare archive footage of the band in performance alongside the views of leading critics, working musicians and admirers, this is the independent view of Roxy Music from the classic early recordings with Brian Eno to the effortless cool of Country Life. Key performances of material from each album is revisited and reviewed by a team of leading music critics to discover the secrets of the music which defined the art-rock movement.

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14 Video Paintings

BRIAN ENO 14 Video Paintings [2005]

14 Video Paintings is comprised of two separate works - Mistaken Memories Of Mediaeval Manhattan and Thursday Afternoon - developed and created by Brian Eno. Viewers are presented with a series of slowly evolving "video paintings", with Thursday Afternoon focusing on the human figure and Mistaken Memories on the Manhattan skyline. The music accompanying Thursday Afternoon is different to the version on Eno's album of the same name, while the soundtrack for Mistaken Memories samples two of his ambient albums (On Land and Music For Airports) and features an unreleased track.

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Possibilities

HERBIE HANCOCK Possibilities [2006]

Herbie Hancock, like fellow Miles Davis piano alumnus Joe Zawinul, long ago stepped way outside jazz's strict parameters, and with Possibilities, a DVD chronicling the making of his 2005 CD of the same name, his refusal to be pigeonholed has produced some surprising, occasionally extraordinary musical moments. Unlikely partnerships with Brian Eno, Trey Anastasio, guitarist Jonny Lang, as well as Carlos Santana with Angelique Kidjo, are never less than intriguing.

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Benefit Concert

STOP THE WAR COALITION Benefit Concert [2006]

Filmed and recorded at The Astoria, London, November 27, 2005. Featuring The Rachid Taha Band with Brian Eno, Nitin Sawhney, Imogen Heap, and special guest Mick Jones.

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77 Million Paintings

BRIAN ENO 77 Million Paintings [2006]

77 Million Paintings is a piece of generative audio-visual art software that selects and mixes from a bank of almost three hundred images created or selected by Brian Eno over the last two decades. This visual data, which the software may overlap up to four layers at a time, creates ever-shifting patterns of imagery and texture. With all these variations, the number of unique images that can potentially be created approaches the staggering seventy-seven million mark of the title. The dual-format DVD-ROM is playable on a Mac or Windows PC.

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The Thrill Of It All

Roxy Music: The Thrill Of It All [2007]

Following their early years with performances at the Royal College of Art and on the Old Grey Whistle Test, to their iconic appearances on Top Of The Pops and including live material from many of their memorable gigs, this DVD is a visual feast which will satisfy even the most ardent Roxy fans. Perhaps most significant is footage from the Montreux Rose Festival - the last filmed performance of Brian Eno with the band.

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77 Million Paintings - Revised Second Edition

BRIAN ENO 77 Million Paintings - Revised Second Edition [2007]

77 Million Paintings is a piece of generative audio-visual art software that selects and mixes from a bank of over three hundred images created or selected by Brian Eno over the last two decades. This visual data, which the software may overlap up to four layers at a time, creates ever-shifting patterns of imagery and texture. With all these variations, the number of unique images that can potentially be created approaches the staggering seventy-seven million mark of the title. The revised edition includes a larger archive of images and musical tracks from which the final output is sampled. The dual-format DVD-ROM is playable on a Mac or Windows PC.

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Playing With Time

WILL WRIGHT AND BRIAN ENO Playing With Time [2007]

In a dazzling duet Will Wright and Brian Eno gave an intense clinic on the joys and techniques of generative creation on June 23, 2006 at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco.

With Eno playing live background music, Will Wright presented a demonstration of his game-in-progress, Spore.

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Spore

Spore [2008]

Maxis, makers of The Sims, present the next big bang in computer gaming - Spore. Create your unique creature and guide it on an epic journey through a universe of your own creations. Play any way you choose in the five evolutionary phases of Spore: Cell, Creature, Tribe, Civilization, and Space. While Spore is a single-player game, your creations and other players' creations are automatically shared between your galaxy and theirs, providing a limitless number of worlds to explore. Spore comes on a dual-format DVD-ROM that can be played on a Mac or Windows PC. The generative soundtrack is by Brian Eno.

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Words For The Dying

Words For The Dying [2008]

Originally released in 1991, this is a fascinating documentary about the making of John Cale's Eno-produced album, Words For The Dying. There's a remarkable humour to this film: for example, Eno refuses to be filmed so the crew smuggle hidden cameras into the sound booth - you really feel as if you're eavesdropping on the process that these two artists went through during the recording of the music.

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Bloom

BRIAN ENO/PETER CHILVERS Bloom [2008]

Developed by ambient pioneer Brian Eno and musician/software designer Peter Chilvers, Bloom explores uncharted territory in the realm of applications for the iPhone and iPod touch. Part instrument, part composition and part artwork, Bloom's innovative controls allow anyone to create elaborate patterns and unique melodies by simply tapping the screen. A generative music player takes over when Bloom is left idle, creating an infinite selection of compositions and their accompanying visualisations.

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Music For Airports / In The Ocean

Music For Airports / In The Ocean [2009]

During the 1999 Holland Festival, the New York group, Bang On A Can, performed their new instrumental version of Brian Eno's ambient composition of the '70s, Music For Airports. With the cooperation of musicians who have never appeared before in the same film (Steve Reich, Brian Eno, Louis Andriessen), it endeavours to explain the complex contemporary music picture of the past thirty years, as well as showing how ideas move back and forth between continents. This DVD explores the relationship between American and European composers, of how they view and influence each other.

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The Story Of Roxy Music

The Story of Roxy Music: More Than This [2009]

In the 1970's, Roxy Music were an immediate success in their native England and their influence is still felt up to the present day. Beginning in 1972, they bridged the gap between glam and punk, and their calculated art rock and subsequent fashion magazine image helped pave the way for the image-obsessed '80s while inspiring everything from punk to disco. The Story Of Roxy Music: More Than This tells the band's tale chronologically through archival footage and contemporary interviews with both band members and admirers.

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The Unforgettable Fire

U2: The Unforgettable Fire [2009]

This limited edition box-set contains two CDs (the remastered album and a bonus audio CD), a DVD with live footage, a documentary and videos, a fifty-six page hardback book with liner notes by The Edge, Brian Eno, Danny Lanois, Bert Van de Kamp and Niall Stokes, and five photographic prints.

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Air

BRIAN ENO/PETER CHILVERS Air [2009]

Air is a generative audio-visual work created by musician/software designer Peter Chilvers and Irish vocalist Sandra O'Neill. Based on concepts developed by Brian Eno, with whom Chilvers created Bloom, Air assembles vocal and piano samples into a beautiful, still and ever changing composition, which is always familiar, but never the same.

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Trope

BRIAN ENO/PETER CHILVERS Trope [2009]

Trope, designed by ambient pioneer Brian Eno and musician/software designer Peter Chilvers, expands further on the ideas introduced by Bloom, their acclaimed iPhone application. Darker in tone, Trope immerses users in endlessly evolving soundscapes created by tracing abstract shapes onto the screen, varying the tone with each movement.

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Brian Eno - The Man Who Fell To Earth

Brian Eno - 1971-1977: The Man Who Fell To Earth [2011]

This documentary film explores Brian Eno's life, career and music between the years 1971 and 1977 - the period that some view as his golden age. It features numerous exclusive interviews, contributions from a range of musicians, writers, collaborators and friends - plus performance and studio film and an abundance of the most exceptional music ever created.

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Ride, Rise, Roar

Ride, Rise, Roar [2011]

Ride, Rise, Roar is a concert film featuring David Byrne that blends riveting onstage performances with intimate details of the creative collaborations that make the music and performance happen. Shot with multiple cameras over several concerts during his 2008/09 Songs Of David Byrne And Brian Eno tour, the film blends the energy and charisma of classic Talking Heads with the heartfelt pathos of David Byrne and Brian Eno's most recent collaboration. Between the songs, the film achieves an unprecedented intimacy with David Byrne and the band, documenting behind-the-scenes auditions, rehearsals, and interviews with key players.

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Scape

BRIAN ENO/PETER CHILVERS Scape [2012]

Scape makes music that thinks for itself. From Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers, creators of Bloom and Trope, Scape is a new form of album which offers users deep access to its musical elements. These can be endlessly recombined to behave intelligently: reacting to each other, changing mood together, making new sonic spaces.

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