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Roger Eno

Lesser known than his famous older brother Brian, Roger Eno has carved his own niche in ambient music, breaking away from his original piano work to incorporate chamber music, string arrangements, and his own vocals, while exploring traditional British music. Eno grew up in Suffolk, England, and attended Colchester Institute to study music theory with a focus on the euphonium. After graduating, he busied himself with numerous jobs until landing employment as a music therapist in a local hospital in the early '80s. In 1983, Brian Eno invited him to Canada where he and Daniel Lanois were working on what would be the Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks album. Roger worked with the two, creating simple melodies on piano and synth, including "Always Returning." The success of the soundtrack earned Roger Eno a contract with EG Records, and Brian produced his first release, Voices, a collection of simple piano pieces in the style of Debussy and Satie to whom he is usually compared.

After one more collaboration with his brother on the Dune soundtrack, the two have rarely worked together, and Roger has staked out a career on his own. Three years later, his second album, Between Tides, appeared, showing that Eno was already broadening his palette with lush string arrangements. In 1992, Eno teamed up with former Dream Academy member and labelmate Kate St. John on The Familiar, and four years later joined her in the ambient "supergroup" Channel Light Vessel, along with Bill Nelson and Laraaji. Swimming, from 1996, added all sorts of stringed instruments to the mix, including surf guitar and banjo. He has also written music for several films, including Nine and a Half Weeks, Opera, and Warm Summer Rain, as well as scoring a popular series of 1993 Guinness commercials. Released in 2000, Appointed Hour, a unique collaboration with Peter Hammill, was another significant recording. He followed this with a double disc of mostly minimal ambient pieces entitled The Long Walk on La Cooka Ratcha in early 2001.

Eno found an elliptical book of organ pieces written between 1952 and 1972 by the late German composer Hans Friedrich Micheelsen in a second-hand bookshop. The pieces were odd because they revealed no organ stops. He began to practice them on a Disklavier grand piano. Brother Brian heard some of these piece and suggested he record them using some of the piano's odder MIDI effects. This resulted in 18 Keyboard Studies by Hans Friedrich Micheelsen in 2002, produced by Brian. Later that year, Roger also began an association with the on-demand CD-R label Burning Shed, resulting in his first collaboration with them, Getting Warmer, in 2002, followed by Fragile (2010) and Anatomy (2011). In between these releases he issued the acclaimed At Lincoln Cathedral in 2005, which was reprised by a live performance and album from the same location in 2008. ~ Ted Mills & Thom Jurek
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Little Things Left Behind

Disc 1

1. Between Tides

2. Field Of Gold

3. One Gull

4. The Silent Hours

6. The Frost

7. Winter Music

14. The Last Resort

15. Slow And Slender

16. Newton's Statue

17. The Whispering Gallery

18. The Hunch

19. Emberdays

20. Rain Stopped Play

Disc 2

1. Evening Paragraphs

2. Docet Umbra

3. The Whole Wide World

4. The Slow River

5. In Water

6. Amukidi

7. Little Things Left Behind

8. Aryis

9. How You Shone

10. The Parting Glass

11. Somewhere Above

12. Palimpsest

13. Walsingham

14. Turning

15. Mr. Johnson Watches The Sky

16. The Third Light

17. Elevation

18. The Black Cat

19. The Flatlands

20. Days Like This

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Track List: The Flatlands

1. Somewhere Above

2. Palimpsest

3. Last Time Together

4. Walsingham

5. Turning

6. Old Lines

7. Mr. Johnson Watches The Sky

8. Weaving

9. The Secrets Of Unity

10. Just Once

11. Clepsydra

12. The Third Light

13. Elevation

14. Missing Piece Number One

15. The Black Cat

16. Missing Piece Number Four

17. The Flatlands

18. Days Like This

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Track List: Swimming

1. The Paddington Frisk

2. The Whole Wide World

3. The Slow River

4. In Water

5. Amukidi

6. Swimming

7. Over The Hills

8. The Boatman

9. Little Things Left Behind

10. Hewendaway

11. Aryis

12. Where The Road Leads To Nowhere

13. How You Shone

14. The Parting Glass

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Track List: Between Tides

1. Dust At Dawn (The Last Cowboy In The West)

2. Field Of Gold

3. Prelude For St. Joan

4. Ringinglow

5. The Frost

6. One Gull

7. The Silent Hours

8. Between Tides

9. Winter Music

10. While The City Sleeps

11. Sunburst

12. Autumn

13. Almost Dark

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Track List: Voices

1. Through The Blue

2. A Paler Sky

3. Evening Tango

4. Recalling Winter

5. Voices

6. The Old Dance

7. Reflections On I.K.B.

8. A Place In The Wilderness

9. The Day After

10. At The Waters Edge

11. Grey Promenade

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Never heard of Roger or his brother, but this is pretty great!!! Really helps me focus.
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hay the some
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momgmi
Just quit cussing, shut up and listen to the music and you won't need therapy.
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Can we please heave a group therapy session for the commenters.
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So relaxing
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F**k off fruitcakes. It's simply amazing music. No one here is a music critic professional l y , so stop blathering. Yes, numbnuts, Roger is Brian's younger brother. Congrats on making the connection.
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Gentleness incarnate...
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Damn is this guy related to Brian Eno?!?!????? ? ? ? ? b e c a u s e they both play the same kind of music and they both have the same last name so I was just wondering if they were not to sound like a dumb a** or anything I was just curious as to if they were
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mewmiki
Roger Eno needs more attention. Don't get me wrong, I love Brian Eno as well, but still, Roger is just as good.
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jddickens17
What an experience, a surprising discovery courtesy of Pandora. Thank you.
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Its very southing
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I have actually begun to appreciate Roger's music over his more famous brother. Roger Eno is one of my most valuable musical discoveries since listening to music through Pandora
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j.p.l.1
Drifting on water
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skh.stonelak e
Very calming
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I never heard this album - liked it on the first listen
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helped not to think at all. One of the hardest to do.
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wnpny
How nice this recording is. It sounds greater with lots of Red Wine, moody and intense.
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This piece is my favorite of all time. It sings to my soul and lifts me up. Years ago when I first heard it, I wept with the joy of it. I searched for ages to find out what it was and then to find a copy. Thank you Roger.
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exploration of the sonic landnscape, stopping for a moment to savor the taste vibrations that linger on the eyes and taste of a warm kiss
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makes me breath to listen
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crkrpkts
I love a sound that reaches inside of me and pulls my heart up to my head and swirls me around like a leaf in the wind. No words I have my own.
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charles.quad r a
Wonderful for HBP theraphy
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bfotsch456
Peaceful.... g o o d to meditate with
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Wow, I have been listing to Brian Eno since 1983 and did not know he had brother.
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The Brothers Eno should make an album together! I demand it!
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I'd still like to hear a colaboration between Roger Eno, without his brother, and with Daniel Lanois.
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Nice, pleasant, and peaceful. Nothing wrong with that. Thanks for including Roger Eno.
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reminds me of David Lanz
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elmaestrocub a n o
Be my, be my, be my little wetback!

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