EP.37 - BRIAN ENO PART ONE

The first of two rambly conversations with artist, musician, producer and polymath, Brian Eno.

Music and jingles by Adam Buxton.

Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support, Matt Lamont for convo editing and to Acast for hosting this podcast. Download their app and check out their many other excellent shows.

Comments

Submitted by: David   2 years 1 week ago

Really enjoyed both. The guy is inspiring makes want to get cracking on my own creative stuff. Really interesting to hear him talk about how the rough edges of ideas are the ideas. Good chats!

Submitted by: Strangelittlemonkey   2 years 1 week ago

Two of the best podcasts I've ever heard. Such an interesting guy (not you buckles) interviewed perfectly (you, buckles). I was enthralled from star to finish. The cards really worked in the first part to keep the conversation varied and away from the obvious.

Submitted by: David   2 years 1 week ago

Loved the Eno podcast, as always. As a musician who struggles to keep things simple, it was inspiring!

Such great podcasts; a real luxury on the commute to work ????

Submitted by: Marc   2 years 1 week ago

Lovely listen that - nice.

What was the Fender Rhodes (?) piece at 40.32? (trainspotterish I know).

Submitted by: James Carter   2 years 1 week ago

Dr B, all good conversations/interviews are discursive, or as you rightly describe them, 'ramble chats'! Eno has such a beautiful mind and these are terrific interviews. You rightly just let him drift around, let him pick up what ever takes his fancy, and nudge him in various directions every now and then. You're a fine interviewer. Love your jingles/musical interludes too by the way - please do more!

A note about Comments

Hello Podcats and Blog friends,

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