Mixing Colours

Roger Eno & Brian Eno - Mixing Colours
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Based on 10 reviews
2020 Ratings: #149 / 184
User Score
Based on 43 ratings
2020 Ratings: #285
March 20, 2020 / Release Date
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Jamobo
55
Both Brian and Roger Eno, have been making Ambient music for nearly 85 years, combined. Brian's first Ambient work could be considered to be Discreet Music, which he released 1975, possibly even the collaboration album (No Pussyfooting) that he did with Robert Fripp in 1973. Roger's first was Apollo in 1983, done with his brother, Brian, and with Daniel Lanois and his first solo release was Voices in 1985. So suffice it to say, 2 men with plenty of experience with the genre and with working ... read more
Z.Younk
68
Some very enjoyable music-box-ambient moments with quite beautiful, delicate compositions like a dream from Twin Peaks; but otherwise a bit underwhelming from brothers with such prolific ambient content over half a century with nearly infinite musical prowess and potential.
JayCrackers
64
It is a good record and i do enjoy it but i can't help but feel so underwhelming especially when these brothers has made some of best and revolutionary ambient music ever created, and it just falls short mostly due to the music not sticking with me as much as Here Comes the Warm Jets or Another Green World. It is a nice long listen to relax and let you float away for a bit but very little here that makes me what to float again.

Track Review

Spring Frost 6/10
Burnt Umber 6.5/10
Celeste ... read more
holsgr
59
( ☆☆½ ) — i m p r o v a b l e
mbart2
60
A nice relaxing album to fall asleep to. Most likely never going to bother listening to any of these songs again though.
Favourite track: Spring Frost
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Track List

  1. Spring Frost
  2. Burnt Umber
  3. Celeste
  4. Wintergreen
  5. Obsidian
  6. Blonde
  7. Dark Sienna
  8. Verdigris
  9. Snow
  10. Rose Quartz
  11. Quicksilver
  12. Ultramarine
  13. Iris
  14. Cinnabar
  15. Desert Sand
  16. Deep Saffron
  17. Cerulean Blue
  18. Slow Movement: Sand
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Added on: January 24, 2020