Eno – Here Come The Warm Jets - 1973 Debut Experimental Rock - Sealed LP
Eno – Here Come The Warm Jets
Astralwerks – 2557951677
Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered
NEW SEALED COPY
26 Jan 2018
Art Rock, Glam
A1 Needles In The Camel's Eye 3:10
A2 The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch 3:00
A3 Baby's On Fire 5:15
A4 Cindy Tells Me 3:30
A5 Driving Me Backwards 5:15
B6 On Some Faraway Beach 4:40
B7 Blank Frank 3:35
B8 Dead Finks Don't Talk 4:20
B9 Some Of Them Are Old 5:11
B10 Here Come The Warm Jets 4:00
Produced For – E.G. Records Ltd.
Recorded At – Majestic Studios
Mixed At – Air Studios
Mixed At – Olympic Studios
Remastered At – Abbey Road Studios
Lacquer Cut At – Abbey Road Studios
Manufactured By – Astralwerks
Mastered At – GZ Media – 164344E
Pressed By – Precision Record Pressing – 10-83837
Artwork – C.C.S. Associates*
Design [Supervision] – Carol McNicoll
Engineer [Mix] – Danny Bridges, Paul Hardiman, Phil Chapman
Engineer [Recording] – Derek Chandler
Mastered By [Tape Mastering] – Arun Chakraverty
Mixed By – Eno*, Chris Thomas
Photography By [Cover Photography] – Lorenz Zatecky
Producer, Vocals, Keyboards [Simplistic], Guitar [Snake], Performer [Electric Larynx, Treatments], Synthesizer – Brian Eno
Written-By – Eno*, Manzanera* (tracks: A1, A4), Fripp* (tracks: B7)
Remastered edition with hype sticker as shown.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 6 02557 95167 7
Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): 10-83837/2557951677-A 164344E1/A
Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): BH82646-01A1 ENOLP1 MILES.ABBEY ROAD.ROOM 30.
Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): 1083837/2557951677-B 164344E2/A
Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): BH82646-01B1 ENOLP1
Here Come the Warm Jets is the first solo album by Brian Eno (although credited simply as "Eno"), recorded in a few weeks shortly after he left Roxy Music.
The album's musical styles range from aggressive garage rock ("Blank Frank") to serene Beach Boys-style reverie ("On Some Faraway Beach"). Eno enlisted a large number of guest musicians to play on the album, including three members of Roxy Music, guitarist Robert Fripp and bassist John Wetton of King Crimson and members of Hawkwind and the Pink Fairies. One of the most notable performances from these guests is the cacophonous three-minute-long guitar solo by Fripp on the song "Baby's On Fire".
"Warm jets" is used by Eno to describe the distorted guitar in the title track, which evokes the sound of a jet engine.1 Eno himself claims that he often chooses words for their sound.
The album provided Eno with modest success in the UK album charts, and would in fact be his only album to chart for the remainder of the 1970s apart from 1979's Music for Airports.
In 2003, the album was ranked number 436 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.