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Futuri impensabili (diario, racconti, saggi) [Reading] ➷ Futuri impensabili (diario, racconti, saggi) Author Brian Eno – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Provocateur, cult figure, cerebral rock star, and studio experimentalist, Brian Eno has greatly influenced an encyclopedia of styles from art rock to punk to world music to techno to ambient music A f Provocateur, cult figure, cerebral rock star, and studio experimentalist, Brian Eno has greatly influenced an encyclopedia of styles from art rock to punk to world music to techno to ambient music A founding member of Roxy Music, he went on to work as a solo artist and a producer collaborator with U, Talking Heads, David Bowie, Sting, Bono, and others This diary covers four recording projects in the evolution.


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  1. gaby gaby says:

    This book pretty much blew my mind into tiny shreds This book consists of Brian Eno s diary from the year 1995, and a set of swollen appendices of essays, letters, and other ramblings about everything from the lottery to generative music to screensavers to war and peace.1995 was a year in which Brian Eno worked on some of my favorite records of all time Including David Bowie s completely slept on masterpiece Outside which, along with Sugar s File Under Easy Listening and the Cure s Faith This book pretty much blew my mind into tiny shreds This book consists of Brian Eno s diary from the year 1995, and a set of swollen appendices of essays, letters, and other ramblings about everything from the lottery to generative music to screensavers to war and peace.1995 was a year in which Brian Eno worked on some of my favorite records of all time Including David Bowie s completely slept on masterpiece Outside which, along with Sugar s File Under Easy Listening and the Cure s Faith kinda totally got me through as much high school as I could take before dropping out , and U2 s underrated Passengers record What to say about Eno He is a truly brilliant thinker and scholar, a devoted father and husband, and completely dedicated worker He works tirelessly, every single day He works on 5 or 6 projects at once andimpressively, he never blows a deadline never even comes close He works in an extremely organized fashion he sets up the architecture in which bands work He has an encyclopedic knowledge of recording He is obsessed with computer technology and music software I can t imagine what occupies him now in this regard, 13 years later.He travels incessantly He cares deeply about poverty, and war, and is troubled by the place of artists within society, and questions the value of his work given the real problems of the world He is a celebrity, and is as comfortable hanging out with Elvis Costello and Princess Di as he is drinking a beer by himself at home He is an academic, and gives his time generously to his students.Eno hasadventures in a week than any of us will have in a lifetime He spends much of January recording with Bowie in New York, much of the summer recording with U2 in Ireland, and manages to squeeze in trips to Egypt and several to war torn Bosnia And yet, he is not plagued by the kind of sickness, sadness and depression one associates with many deep artists Eno is a workhorse, modest and honest He s there to get the work done And he does, with equal measures of glamour, rigor and humility


  2. Tosh Tosh says:

    I am a mega fan of Roxy Music and Eno s first four solo albums including Discreet Music And I hate this book Basically Eno just name drops like crazy and lives the life of someone who isn t that interesting I was very disappointed with this book If it was charming that would be one thing, but he s a bore.The second part is a little bitinteresting, but barely Look you rock or you don t rock And right now Eno s not rockin He s producing Coldplay for god sake And onething E I am a mega fan of Roxy Music and Eno s first four solo albums including Discreet Music And I hate this book Basically Eno just name drops like crazy and lives the life of someone who isn t that interesting I was very disappointed with this book If it was charming that would be one thing, but he s a bore.The second part is a little bitinteresting, but barely Look you rock or you don t rock And right now Eno s not rockin He s producing Coldplay for god sake And onething Eno wanted to make wall paper music, well, Bryan Ferry actually makes wall paper music and he does a good job of it


  3. MacDara Conroy MacDara Conroy says:

    I value thisfor its inspirational qualitythan anything it s not so much a book as created thing as it is a medium for the thoughts and ideas in Eno s head And a lot of ideas he has If I owned my own copy I borrowed this one from the library I could see myself going back from time to time, turning to random pages for a bit of creative cognitive refreshment But it s out of print, and a scheduled reissue had failed to materialise What a shame.


  4. Jeanne Thornton Jeanne Thornton says:

    glamorous and insufferable and highly quotable highlights the interview about CD roms, Bono hagiographic parts, count to a billion, busted transsexual enthusiasms, the appendices, the outside character sheets, getting lost on the boat in Egypt everyone needs to publish a year of diaries I think and this is a good one


  5. Cheryl McEnaney Cheryl McEnaney says:

    Loved this book A candid, funny, interesting glimpse inside an incredibly gifted and idiosyncratic artist, futurist, and thinker I thoroughly enjoyed reading this.


  6. Cody Cody says:

    No shit one of the greatest things I ve ever read Could be shelved in Philosophy, Non Fiction, Self Help, Music, Humor, Mathematics Sciences, Memoir, Theory, Techit s endless The way that Eno comes at any given paradigm is so unique to him that it s staggering Plus, he drinks his own piss out of a wine bottle at one point So there s that.Best Book of 2019, finished on the fifth day of the year I should ve just napped until Christmas No shit one of the greatest things I ve ever read Could be shelved in Philosophy, Non Fiction, Self Help, Music, Humor, Mathematics Sciences, Memoir, Theory, Techit s endless The way that Eno comes at any given paradigm is so unique to him that it s staggering Plus, he drinks his own piss out of a wine bottle at one point So there s that.Best Book of 2019, finished on the fifth day of the year I should ve just napped until Christmas


  7. Fai Ahmed Fai Ahmed says:

    This book is so strange, there were part I felt bored to death because it was too personal but there were parts that touched me deeply and inspired me as a visual artist and left me with oh Eno, you son of genius bitch It wasn t about his process in music or art as I thought to be This book has a lil bit of politics and religions in his point of view I loved when he talked about his frustrating long nights,that part very beautiful and melancholic Also when he talks about books is pretty int This book is so strange, there were part I felt bored to death because it was too personal but there were parts that touched me deeply and inspired me as a visual artist and left me with oh Eno, you son of genius bitch It wasn t about his process in music or art as I thought to be This book has a lil bit of politics and religions in his point of view I loved when he talked about his frustrating long nights,that part very beautiful and melancholic Also when he talks about books is pretty interesting but his art music process was definitely my favorite.Even though I didn t like that much but I d love to have a copy buy me a copy please PS this book is a really great reminder that geniuses has their weak doubt moments


  8. Waleed Waleed says:

    I m a huge admirer of Brian Eno and I d wanted to read this book for many years before I finally shelled out 40 for a secondhand copy Sadly, it was a disappointment This book is 400 pages of not very interesting reflections on a not very interesting year by an otherwise interesting man There were some perceptive comments on music technology, but you would expect that What I hadn t expected was for the book to be so dated and for Eno s observations on politics, race, and economics to be so I m a huge admirer of Brian Eno and I d wanted to read this book for many years before I finally shelled out 40 for a secondhand copy Sadly, it was a disappointment This book is 400 pages of not very interesting reflections on a not very interesting year by an otherwise interesting man There were some perceptive comments on music technology, but you would expect that What I hadn t expected was for the book to be so dated and for Eno s observations on politics, race, and economics to be so basic


  9. Erik Carter Erik Carter says:

    ambient diary


  10. Alan Alan says:

    I originally wrote this in 2006 this version is edited from the one on my website Simply brilliant Eno is muchthan a musician, and his annotated diary for the year 1995 is muchfascinating than one might expect He is an enormously complex and busy thinker, intimately connected to the most amazing people not just musicians though David Bowie, U2, Daniel Lanois, Luciano Pavarotti and others appear frequently throughout the year but luminaries in other realms, people like StewarI originally wrote this in 2006 this version is edited from the one on my website Simply brilliant Eno is muchthan a musician, and his annotated diary for the year 1995 is muchfascinating than one might expect He is an enormously complex and busy thinker, intimately connected to the most amazing people not just musicians though David Bowie, U2, Daniel Lanois, Luciano Pavarotti and others appear frequently throughout the year but luminaries in other realms, people like Stewart Brand How Buildings Learn , playwright Tom Stoppard, and Rem Koolhaas celebrated designer of the Seattle public library.I ve pulled out several fascinating quotes, some of them prescient, which are just a taste of the things he s written and thought about in all sorts of different realms Do all men leave this life feeling they ve seen nowhere near enough nude people, played with far too few private parts, made a pitifully inadequate contribution to the honeyed chorus of bottom slapping, tit sucking, cock pumping, belly bulging lust issuing from the planet, and generally not fulfilled their once extremely promising sexperimental destiny 20 February, p 56If I were a government I would probably want crimes such as OklahomaCity, that is the federal building bombed thereto serve double duty by pinning them on people I wanted to target anyway while quickly and discreetly dispatching the real culprits 22 April, p 97 the face of fascism close up We do not want to know this we do not want to know anything that might erode the pristine hardness and simplicity of our picture of the world 1 May, p 105There are many futures and only one status quo That is why conservatives mostly agree and radicals always argue 13 June, p 133 Static is at both ends of the movement continuum things that are very fast and things that are very slow are both seen as static 25 August, p 185Rationality is what we do to organize the world, to make it possible to predict Art is the rehearsal for the inapplicability and failure of that process 7 December, p 272And though I pulled no quotes from them, the swollen Appendices which make up about half the book also contain interesting longer pieces stories, letters and essays about a host of subjects including the evolution of cellular automata, speculations which sparked an editorial of my own.I cannot recommend this book highly enough


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