#452 Brian Eno – Another Day on Earth

This is Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno’s first solo recording featuring his vocal and what you might consider to be ‘songs’ as opposed to fluffy white clouds of ambient experimentation since Another Green World. There’s 30 years between them but there’s more than just a coincidental symmetry in the … Continue reading #452 Brian Eno – Another Day on Earth


#275 Can – Ege Bamyasi

I am a recent convert to Can. Not that I didn’t like them before, they just weren’t really on my radar. Heard of, obviously, but not really heard. So having immersed a toe tentatively in the murky depths of Krautrock I read up a bit on them and bought this album as my starting point. … Continue reading #275 Can – Ege Bamyasi

#204 David Bowie – Stage

The live album is a curious beast. Sometimes purely a novelty item for nostalgic fans who were actually there, or a consolation prize to those that missed ‘the gig of the century’, sometimes a mere contractual obligation when studio albums are thin on the ground, sometimes a showpiece for a band who are in fact … Continue reading #204 David Bowie – Stage

#1366 Various Artists – Electronic Sound: Krautrock Sampler

This is a free CD from Electronic Sound magazine, a geeky music magazine for music geek-freaks like myself covering a wide range of styles and sounds as long as they’re electronically generated in some shape or form. It’s been going for a few years now, but I only came across last year, and this year … Continue reading #1366 Various Artists – Electronic Sound: Krautrock Sampler

#698 Joy Division – Permanent

Post-punk, early progenitors of grunge, industrial noise, indie music, England’s very own Krautrock, Joy Division have got a lot to answer for. Famously formed after the infamous 1976 Manchester Sex Pistols gig that everyone claims to have been at despite the fact there were only 35 people in the room (The Smiths and The Fall … Continue reading #698 Joy Division – Permanent

#1300 Tortoise – Millions Now Living Will Never Die

This is the CD nestling next door but one from the previous randometer pick, Ms Torrini, but is about as far as you can get in contrast sound wise. Like many of my CDs it has been stored in boxes and hidden on shelves for a long time and playing it for this review was … Continue reading #1300 Tortoise – Millions Now Living Will Never Die