Brian Eno Interviewed On KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, February 1980

Go ahead and clear the next two hours. In 1980, Berkeley radio KPFA's "Ode to Gravity" host, Charles Amirkhanian, sat down with Brian Eno to discuss the various aspects of his recording career up to that point (Eno would have just been finishing his first collaboration with David Byrne). While hour one is entertaining in and of itself, what you really don't want to miss is the second hour. Recorded 32 years ago, Eno runs down a sort of linear history of the use the recording studio as a compositional tool -- including various audio examples -- beginning with Elvis . . .

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