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More Music for Films

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Released  1983
Music for Films Volume 2 (1983)  The Pearl (1984)
Release date  November 1983
Genre  Ambient music
Length  42:34
Artist  Brian Eno
Label  Virgin Records
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Recorded  Grant Avenue Studios, Ontario, Canada
Producer  Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois
Similar  Brian Eno albums, Ambient music albums

More Music for Films (1983) (also Music for Films Volume 2) is a the tenth solo studio album by British musician Brian Eno. It is a sequel to the ambient-music album, Music for Films (1978). About the second album, Eno said, "I released the first volume of Music for Films in 1978, and it contained samples of my work, spanning the period of 1975–78. This second volume picks up where the first left off, but is somewhat different, in that it contains fewer pieces, with greater average length."

Contents

Music for Films Volume 2 - original 1983 release

All music composed by Brian Eno; except where indicated.

  • Tracks 3, and 6 to 10 originally appeared on the 1983 release Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks.
  • More Music for Films - 2005 CD reissue

    All music composed by Brian Eno; except where indicated.

  • Tracks 1, 3, 10 to 14 originally appeared on the 1993 release Eno Box I: Instrumental.
  • Tracks 15 to 21 originally appeared on the 1983 release Music for Films Volume 2.
  • Tracks 5 and 8 originally appeared on the 1978 release Music For Films as "Patrolling Wire Borders" and "Quartz" respectively.
  • Personnel

  • Brian Eno
  • Daniel Lanois
  • Technical
  • Russell Mills - artwork, design, typography
  • David Buckland - photography
  • Songs

    1Untitled2:06
    2The Last Door1:31
    3Chemin De Fer1:58

    References

    More Music for Films Wikipedia


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