Various – First Edition
Label: Editions EG
Catalog#: EGED 115T
Format: Vinyl, 10"
"First Edition" is a collection of tracks recorded for EG between 1974 and 1982, compiled by Editions EG-an alternative label.
Record: VG+ VG++ few light scuffs
Cover: VG+ VG++ ringwear, some wear, two inch stain bottom right corner
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Art Rock, Disco, Punk, Avantgarde, Ambient
A1 Adam And The Ants – Deutscher Girls
Written-By – Ant 2:26
A2 Robert Fripp – Under Heavy Manners
Written-By – Robert Fripp 5:14
A3 Phil Manzanera – Impossible Guitar
Written-By – Manzanera 3:06
A4 Brian Eno – Task Force
Written-By – Eno 3:06
A5 The Lounge Lizards – Harlem Nocturne
Written-By – Earle Hagen 2:00
A6 Edikanfo – Nka Bom
Written-By – Amartey 3:48
A7 Penguin Cafe Orchestra – Walk Don't Run
Written-By – Johnny Smith 3:00
A8 Robert Fripp & League Of Gentlemen, The – Heptaparaparshinokh
Written-By – The League Of Gentlemen, Robert Fripp 2:08
B1 Laraaji – Dance #1
Written-By – Laraaji 2:25
B2 Phil Manzanera – Bogota
Written-By – Phil Manzanera 3:35
B3 Brian Eno & Snatch – R.A.F.
Written-By – Brian Eno, Judy Nylon, Patti Palladin 3:05
B4 Jon Hassell – Courage
Written-By – Jon Hassell 3:38
B5 Brian Eno – Seven Deadly Finns
Written-By – Brian Eno 3:02
B6 Penguin Cafe Orchestra – The Ecstasy Of Dancing Fleas
Written-By – Simon Jeffes 4:00
B7 Brian Eno – Shadow
Written-By – Brian Eno 3:05
Brian Eno - Task Force
Fractal animation accompanying Brian Eno's "Task Force" from Music For Films.
suitably hypnotical yet hypertensive
arthurcclarkish in their cramped futuristic modernity
but brief even for brian
Brian Eno - Seven Deadly Finns. 1974
One of my fave singles of ALL time. 'Seven Deadly Finns' is a single only release from 1974, with a gonzoid guitar solo that sounds like a prototype for Bowie's 'Boys Keep Swinging'.
The Lounge Lizards - Harlem Nocturne
JOHN LURIE and "THE LOUNGE LIZARDS" in July 1980 from the album "The Lounge Lizards" released in 1981
this was the closing song on Friday/Saturday nights at the Rum runner club in Birmingham in the 1980's, pure hedonism!