Brian Eno ‎– Music For Civic Recovery Centre

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1 The Quiet Club 44:52

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Music from the 'Civic Recovery Centre Proposal' installation at the Hayward Gallery in London (May 2000)

Commissioned as part of the 'Sonic Boom' exhibition of sound art, this installation was part of Eno's 'Quiet Club' series.

'the kind of club I'd like to go to...

I want to make places that feel like music. I want to make things which are like music for the eyes. I want to extend music out into space, into the three dimensions of space, and into colour.'
- Brian Eno

Part of Eno's Installation soundtrack series

℗ 1999 Opal Ltd. © 2000 Opal Ltd.
Published by Opal Music 1999

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  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L17L
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lonesomesound

lonesomesound

June 4, 2018
PopMonster's comment suggests that CDR versions of this release are bootlegs. This is not correct. Copies purchased from the Hayward gallery itself were CDRs, although of course it's possible they sold the CD version as well, I can't categorically state that they didn't (did anyone buy the CD version from the Hayward shop?). It seems another database entry is needed (it's on my list...).
PopMonster

PopMonster

January 23, 2018
I am not sure why people are selling CDRs of this record, as my copy has a standard printed disc. I would think that those stating CDR are selling bootlegs
incuswetrust

incuswetrust

August 16, 2014

From David Toop's Soundart exhibition, this is a 'remix' of Kite Stories and Parts of The Shutov Assembly, and close to the spirit of Thursday Afternoon. Drifting, meditative, sublime with multiple sound sources weaving a mesmerising pattern. Much, much better than Eno's recent works for the Warp label; but these limited edition installation pieces are pricey. Well worth the effort to purchase, and something of an investment for the entrepreneur; but for Ambient fans this is rather great.