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Fripp & Eno - Evening Star FLAC Performer: Fripp & Eno
Album: Evening Star
Country: US
Released: 2014
Style: Ambient
Label: Discipline Global Mobile
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: DGMLP2
Size FLAC: 1221 mb.
Size MP3: 2091 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 941
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered




Tracklist


1An Index Of Metals
Written-By – Fripp & Eno
28:32
2Wind On Water
Written-By – Fripp & Eno
5:29
3Wind On Wind
Written-By – Eno
3:12
4Evensong
Written-By – Fripp & Eno
2:55
5Evening Star
Written-By – Fripp & Eno
7:50


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HELP 22Fripp & Eno Evening Star ‎(LP, Album)Island RecordsHELP 22UK1975
DGM0516Fripp & Eno Evening Star ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)Discipline Global Mobile, Opal Records, PanegyricDGM0516UK2008
AN-7018Fripp & Eno Evening Star ‎(LP, Album)AntillesAN-7018US1976
EEGCD 3Fripp & Eno Evening Star ‎(CD, Album, RE, Vir)Editions EGEEGCD 3UK1987
EEGCD 3Fripp & Eno Evening Star ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Editions EGEEGCD 3US1989


Credits


  • EngineerDenny Bridges, Phil Chapman, Rhett Davies
  • GuitarRobert Fripp
  • Lacquer Cut ByJonz
  • LoopsBrian Eno
  • Painting [Cover]Peter Schmidt
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Antonio Tiedra
  • ProducerEno, Fripp
  • SynthesizerBrian Eno
  • TypographyBob Bowkett
  • Design [CD Design]Hugh O'Donnell
  • EngineerDenny Bridges, Phil Chapman, Rhett Davies
  • Guitar, ProducerRobert Fripp
  • Loops, Synthesizer, ProducerBrian Eno
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Antonio Tiedra
  • Remastered ByRobert Fripp, Simon Heyworth
  • Written-ByEno, Fripp (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 10)
  • EngineerDenny Bridges, Phil Chapman, Rhett Davies
  • GuitarRobert Fripp
  • Loops, SynthesizerBrian Eno
  • Painting [Painting Reproduced On Cover]Peter Schmidt
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Antonio Tiedra
  • ProducerBrian Eno, Robert Fripp
  • TypographyBob Bowkett
  • Written-ByEno, Fripp (tracks: A1 to A3, B)


Notes


Sticker on shrinkwrap states:
"The original stereo mix of the 1975 classic
Newly cut from masters approved by Fripp & Eno
200-gram super-heavyweight vinyl".
Label states: "Made in England"

A1: Recorded live at The Olympia, Paris and at Olympic Studios, London
A2: Recorded at Island and Air Studios.
A3: Recorded at Olympic Studios.
A4: Recorded at Eno's Studio.
B: Recorded at Eno's Studio.A1 recorded live at The Olympia, Paris and at Olympic Studios, London.
A2 recorded at Island and Air Studios.
A3 recorded at Olympic Studios.
A4 recorded at Eno's Studio.
"Wind On Wind" is an excerpt from "Discreet Music", released on Obscure Records No. 3.
B1 recorded at Eno's studio.

Produced for E.G. Records Ltd.
All compositions published by E.G. Music Ltd. © 1975
Typography at C.C.S.
Special thanks to Nick Bell and Malcolm le Grice.
℗1975 E.G. Records Ltd.
©1975 E.G. Records Ltd.
Editions EG Marketed by Virgin2014 'K2HD remastering HQCD' reissue, including:
- a wrap around replica Obi strip;
- an additional Obi;
- a mini-LP replica cardboard sleeve;
- a black inner sleeve replica;
- a generic clear inner protection sleeve;
- a fold out poster;
- a 4 page leaflet with tracklisting and original liner notes in English;
- an additional 4 page leaflet with tracklisting and liner notes translated in japanese, as well as photographs of the original LP A-side and B-side labels.

Originally released in November 1975.

24 bit remaster at Super Audio Mastering, Monks, Withecombe, Devon on September 25-28 2007.

Made in Japan.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 012985 400312
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): EGED 3 A-1U-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): EGED 3 B-1U-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): EGED 3A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): EGED 3B
  • Barcode (Sticker On Shrinkwrap): 6 33367 91171 1
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): DGMLP 2 A-1 JONZ LOUD
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): DGMLP 2 B-1 JONZ
  • Other (Sticker On Shrinkwrap/alternative catalog number in fine print): IEPS 9116-Japan
  • Barcode (Text on Obi strip): 4 582213 915877
  • Barcode (String): 4582213915877
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L159
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4455
  • Matrix / Runout: IECP-10270 MT 961


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Opal Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robert Fripp
  • Copyright (c) – Opal Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Robert Fripp
  • Recorded At – L'Olympia
  • Recorded At – Olympic Studios
  • Recorded At – Island Studios
  • Recorded At – Air Studios
  • Recorded At – Eno's Studio
  • Published By – Universal Music MGB Ltd.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Loud Mastering
  • Published By – E.G. Music Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – E.G. Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – E.G. Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Virgin
  • Distributed By – WHD Entertainment, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Opal Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Opal Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robert Fripp
  • Copyright (c) – Robert Fripp
  • Remastered At – Super Audio Mastering


Album


Brian Eno , Robert Fripp. Brian Eno Fripp - Evening Star. Piano Brian Eno. Brian Eno Fripp - Wind On Water. Songs in album Evening Star 1975. Guitar Robert Fripp. Writers Brian Eno & Robert Fripp. The nearly 30-minute ending piece, An Index of Metals, keeps Evening Star from being a purely background listen as the loops this time contain a series of guitar distortions layered to the nth degree, Frippertronics as pure dissonance. Rock 1975. Evening Star demonstrates how quickly Eno and Fripp evolved- it's confidently serene where No Pussyfooting was brashly assertive, and bears a closer resemblance to the 2004 EnoFripp collaboration The Equatorial Stars. 5 tracks 46:08. Tape Loops Brian Eno. As a culmination of Fripp and Eno's experiments, Evening Star shows how far they could go. Wind on Wind 2. Brian Eno Fripp - Wind On Wind. Robert Fripp & Brian Eno. Fripp's guitar is less often recognizable as such we frequently hear what resembles clouds of bowed strings drifting through each other. Wind on Water 5:30 2. It was recorded from 1974 to 1975 and released in December 1975. When it is recognizable, as on the title track, the guitar phrases seem deeply interwoven with the surrounding sounds rather than roaring over them. Track Listing. Evening Star 7:48 3. Evensong 2:53 4. Beyond Even 1992 - 2006. Listen free to Fripp & Eno Evening Star Wind on Water, Evening Star and more. Evening Star is the second studio album by British musicians Robert Fripp and Brian Eno. Fripp's guitar is less often recognizable as such we frequently hear what resembles clouds of bowed strings drifting through each other. Evening Star Q&A. Wind on Wind is Eno solo, an excerpt from the soon to be released Discreet Music album. Rock Star demonstrates how quickly Eno and Fripp evolved- it's confidently serene where No Pussyfooting was brashly assertive, and bears a closer resemblance to the 2004 EnoFripp collaboration The Equatorial Stars. It is evening time as the sun is now setting slowly from its perch as the ruler of the sky to be replaced by the moon. To favorites 9 Download album. As a culmination of Fripp and Eno's experiments, Evening Star shows how far they could go. Producers Brian Eno & Robert Fripp. The Equatorial Stars. Cover Painting By Peter Schmidt. This album's recording and the preceding seven show European tour by the duo marked Fripp's first output after disbanding King Crimson and his last before temporarily retiring from music at the time thought to be permanently to study at the International Academy for Continuous Education in Sherborne House. Brian Eno Fripp - Index Of Metals. Listen album. Evening Star 1975. Evening Star. This is Fripp Eno - Evening Star by León Pedrouzo on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Brian Eno Fripp - Evensong. King Crimson. Aviator Management GmbH от лица компании King Crimson UMPG Publishing и другие авторские общества 3. Synthetizer By Brian Eno. The album opens with a quartet of naturalistically themed pieces, evoking water, w. Evening Star - Robert Fripp, Brian Eno. This album's recording and the preceding seven show European tour by the duo marked Fripp's first output after disbanding King Crimson and his last before temporarily retiring from music at the time thought to be permanently to study at the International Academy for Continuous Education in Sherborne House. EVENING STAR Fripp And Eno Studio Album, released in 1975 Track Listings 1. More Fripp & Eno albums. The sound of the guitars are the perfect accompaniment to this as off in the distance a caravan crosses a ridge unaware of what lays ahead of them, but you know they are euphoric that the temperature will plunge into a coolness more suitable for their weary travel. This is Fripp Eno - Evening Star by León Pedrouzo on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love II: Evening Star: As the water evaporates from your mind you are left in the desert alone on the hot sand. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей


Video


Mine is fine. Gave it a good wipe with a record brush and it plays perfectly fine. Silent and deep, lush sound. No complaints here.
Absolutely horrible pressing. Surface noise throughout the entire record, both sides. 'Wind On Water' was heavily distorted in some places. Does anybody know if the japanese WHD Entertainment pressing from 2014 as well is of a better quality?
I just listened to the digital version of the record. I guess you're all mistaking something here: the surface noise is there in every format and every release, or so it seems to me, and I think that's because of the way the music was recorded: the process of recording the guitar sound in the Revox and playing it back at the same time to the other Revox in order to get layering and feedback is... well, a perfect source for hiss and surface noise. Or at least it was at that time.I'm not technically sure about it but - given the fact that not all of the songs on the album show the same degree of hissing, the nature of the surface noise is most probably in the source and not in the mastering-cutting-printing process. So I guess the DGM print is perfectly fine, as usually happens with their reissues.
No, some of these have pressing issues. I’m very familiar with this record and it had noise throughout and it isn’t present on the digital or previous vinyl pressings. Holding it up to the light, it had some sort of residue which didn’t clean off. Terrible QC..
Unbearable surface noise on my copy as well.New King Crimson reissues on Panegiric are superb pressings, rivalling the originals on many fronts, this is a bad surprise.Not worthy.
Lovely album. Not as great as No Pussyfooting, whose ambition and execution lead to a grander achievement. But the pressing question is the relevant one. I found this better than the DGM pressing of No Pussyfooting, which was lifeless. This is full and engaging, great tonal range, impressive weight to accentuated tones. Surface noise is less of an issue for me. "Dead quiet" is not vinyl's strong suit, and it doesn't last if you're lucky to find it. I know it is common to remark on this, but to my mind, it verges on a category mistake. Vinyl remains the supreme format for other virtues. That said, surface noise is a matter of degree and relative to the cost of the LP. My pressing of Evening Star is a bit noisy, but well within acceptable -- i.e. not distracting, and only slightly audible between tracks. Any word from Fripp on this, btw? No one can consider either repressing industry standard let alone exemplary.
My copy of No Pussyfooting is astonishingly good. No ticks,pops or surface noise. Dynamics are incredible. Blew me away.
Oh my. Well this is completely disappointing. I'm sitting here sort of stunned at how much surface noise is here. Side One was *not* good at all, and now that I'm hearing side two... this is very, very close to unlistenable. Looking this up online, there are plenty of complaints. I wish I had looked it up first before I jumped. I bought it online from a vendor so I can't return it... it's not the vendors fault. Unbelievable that this record passed quality control. It's awful. Buyer beware.
Same here. I tried on two different set-ups, with 3 different cartrigdes, and even with micro-line AT 440 MLa sufrace noise is still there just at a bit lower level.
My copy of this new reissue is, without any exaggeration, the most surface noise-ridden new record I've ever bought. There are moments when the surface noise seems louder than the actual music! Side A is bearable, but side B is just unlistenable: the hissing lasts through the entire track. Does anyone else have this problem? The recent (No Pussyfooting) vinyl reissue seems to suffer from the same problem.
Same problem. Bought yesterday...
Hi,I've got the same problem. Probably the worst records I ever bought even though they were very expensive. I'll contact the Record Company in the next few days. As soon as I got some further informations, I'll post it here.
Mine just arrived and it is fine. (To be clear, catalog # on spine is DGMLP2). A few crackles, and one rather rude "crunch" on side 2. Hoping the crackles will polish out with a few plays. They must've gotten their act together. Sorry you guys got hosed on a $36 (ow!) record. It's lousy to have to send something back. A wonderful LP, by the way. I think I need more Fripp/Eno.
yep mine is pretty bad as well, I wouldn't be as upset if it wasn't so overpriced...
I just picked this up and I have the same issues. Taking it back tomorrow.
My copy had the same problems.I returned it to the record store and the shopkeeper told me he has a second copy witch also has this loud surface noise.I think I have to stuck with my old pressing witch crackles a bit but is much more comfortable to listen to than this pressing.