Eno* ‎– Here Come The Warm Jets

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EG ‎– EGCD 11, Virgin ‎– 0 777 7 87019 2 7
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1 Needles In The Camel's Eye
Bass Guitar – Bill MacCormickGuitar – Chris 'Ace' Spedding*
3:10
2 The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch
Bass [Extra] – Chris ThomasGuitar – Chris 'Ace' Spedding*
3:05
3 Baby's On Fire
Bass Guitar – John WettonGuitar – Paul Rudolph
5:18
4 Cindy Tells Me
Keyboards – Nick Judd
3:25
5 Driving Me Backwards
Bass Guitar – John Wetton
5:11
6 On Some Faraway Beach
Backing Vocals – SweetfeedKeyboards – Andy Mackay
4:36
7 Blank Frank
Backing Vocals – SweetfeedBass Guitar – Bill MacCormickKeyboards – Nick Kool And The Koolaids*
3:35
8 Dead Finks Don't Talk
Arranged By – Eno*, Jones*, Judd*, Thompson*Keyboards – Nick JuddPercussion – Paul Thompson (2)
4:20
9 Some Of Them Are Old
Keyboards, Saxophone [Septet] – Andy MackaySlide Guitar – Lloyd Watson
5:11
10 Here Come The Warm Jets
Guitar – Paul Rudolph
4:02

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Recorded at Majestic Studios London September 1973.
Mixed at Air and Olympic Studios.

Originally released 1973/74.
℗ © 1973 Virgin EG Records Ltd.
Reissued again with same cat# November 1991.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 77778 70192 7
  • Matrix / Runout: 787019 2 . 3 : : 1 : 2 EMI SWINDON
  • Label Code: LC3098
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1436
  • Other (Distribution Code): F: PM 500

Other Versions (5 of 92) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ILPS 9268 Eno* Here Come The Warm Jets(LP, Album) Island Records ILPS 9268 UK 1973 Sell This Version
EGCD 11 Brian Eno Here Come The Warm Jets(CD, Album, RE) EG EGCD 11 US Unknown Sell This Version
none Brian Eno Here Come The Warm Jets(10xFile, AAC, Album, RE, RM, 256) Virgin none Unknown
ENO 1 Eno* Here Come The Warm Jets(LP, Album, RE) Editions EG ENO 1 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
Y81-9268 Eno* Here Come The Warm Jets(8-Trk, Album) Island Records Y81-9268 US 1973 Sell This Version

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postpunkmonk

postpunkmonk

January 30, 2008
edited over 6 years ago

Eno's first step out of the Roxy Music life support system is a thrilling triumph of unfettered creativity gone wild! Even the segues between songs achieve maximum impact. Is there a more electric moment that the last note of the pensive "On Some Faraway Beach" juxtaposed next to the cold opening of "Blank Frank?" "Baby's On Fire" features Robert Fripp's most ridiculously aggressive soloing ever! The album is suggestive of a larger world and an all time classic of creative and exciting rock music.

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