Roger Eugene Eno was born in Woodbridge, England in 1959 He began euphonium lessons at 12, and at 16 entered Colchester Institute to study music. His first recording experience was in 1983 with his brother Brian Eno and Canadian producer and musician Daniel Lanois for the album Apollo. Lost In Translation (All Saints Records) - 1995. The Night Garden (Voiceprint Records, La Cooka Ratcha) - 1995. Swimming (All Saints Records) - 1996.
Roger Eno is known primarily as an "ambient" composer through his collaborations with brother Brian Eno and producers Michael Brook and Daniel Lanois, but his depth as a musician defies categorization. A t, Eno has composed many memorable scores for film and TV including "Dune", "Nine And A Half Weeks" and "Warm Summer Rain". His love of classical piano is evident in his many critically acclaimed solo works which feature his unique ambient chamber music style
Roger Eno Starting out with compositions for piano, Roger Eno has expanded his works over the years to include chamber music, strings and his own vocals, the whole time carving out his own impression on British ambient music and modern composition. Got it. + add. album. ships out within 4 days.
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Lost in Translation (2003). Bill Murray as Bob Harris. It came to mind as I was watching "Lost in Translation," which is sweet and sad at the same time it is sardonic and funny. Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson play two lost souls rattling around a Tokyo hotel in the middle of the night, who fall into conversation about their marriages, their happiness and the meaning of it all. These conversations can really only be held with strangers. We all need to talk about metaphysics, but those who know us well want details and specifics; strangers allow us to operate more vaguely on a cosmic scale
Roger Eno A Place In The Wilderness. Roger eno Lost in Translation.
01 Roger Eno - Through The Blue. 02 Roger Eno - A Paler Sky. 03 Roger Eno - Evening Tango. 04 Roger Eno - Recalling Winter. 05 Roger Eno - Voices. 06 Roger Eno - The Old Dance. 07 Roger Eno - Reflections On . 08 Roger Eno - A Place In The Wilderness. 09 Roger Eno - The Day After. 10 Roger Eno - At The Water's Edge. 11 Roger Eno - Grey Promenade. Lost In Translation '1995.
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Roger Eno has always played the melodist to elder brother Brian Eno's atmospherics. Where Brian Eno traffics in intellectual concepts and ambient, diffuse landscapes such as Music for Airports, Roger Eno crafts emotional, melodically rich chamber works heard on albums such as Voices and the underrated gem, Lost in Translation. The Night Garden, however, finds Roger harvesting a sound that's closer to his brother's ambient works than anything he's previously recorded
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|1||Occam's Close Shave||2:54|
|2||Ne Cede Melia||3:22|
|3||The Last Resort||1:53|
|5||Slow And Slender||2:27|
|9||The Whispering Gallery||2:15|
|11||Domus In Nebulae||2:29|
|13||Rain Stopped Play||1:54|
|14||Nostalgia Isn't What It Used To Be||1:49|
|15||My Little Darling||1:52|
|17||Lost In Translation||4:26|
|19||The Green Grass
Composed By – Traditional
- Artwork By, Design – Russell Mills
- Composed By – Roger Eno (tracks: 1 to 18)
- Design [Assistance] – Storm Harriet Clark-Webster
- Instruments [All Other], Liner Notes, Photography – Roger Eno
- Percussion – Michael Brook
- Percussion, Drums – David Coulter
- Producer [Norfolk, Suffolk] – Roger Eno
- Producer [Norfolk] – Robin Shaw
- Producer [Wiltshire] – Michael Brook, Richard Evans
NotesBased upon (and inspired by) the heretical medieval prose of Walthius van Vlaanderen.
Recorded at Tapecraft Studios in Norfolk, Shed Studios, Suffolk and Rewal World Studios, in Wiltshire
Design Assistance at SWA
Michael Brook appears courtesy 4AD Records
℗ & © 1994 All Saints Records
Published by Opal Music
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 023701 001829
|ARSN 228047, AN-2127||Roger Eno||Lost In Translation (CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)||ArsNova, ArsNova||ARSN 228047, AN-2127||Russia||Unknown|
|GYR 6611||Roger Eno||Lost In Translation (CD, Album)||Gyroscope, All Saints||GYR 6611||US||1995|
|POCP-1482||Roger Eno||Lost In Translation (CD, Album)||All Saints||POCP-1482||Japan||1994|
|ASCDA18, ASCD18||Roger Eno||Lost In Translation (CD, Album, RE)||All Saints, All Saints||ASCDA18, ASCD18||UK||Unknown|