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Eno

n
(Biography) Brian (Peter George St Baptiste de la Salle). born 1948, English musician, noted esp as a member (1971–73) of Roxy Music, a collaborator with David Bowie (1977–79), a pioneer of ambient music, and record producer of acts such as U2 and Coldplay

ENO

abbreviation for
(Music, other) English National Opera
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We also assessed the effect of exposure timing on the pool attendance/atopy interaction by calculating the ORs of total asthma or elevated eNO for CPA indices cumulated over an increasing number of years since birth.
Eno, a founding member of 1970s band Roxy Music, will show his exhibition, Constellations, at Gateshead's Baltic Gallery.
The ENO asked Mr Eavis six months ago if they could perform at the usually mud-soaked festival.
The first album may not have had the polish of others that followed but it was the outpouring of years of dreams, emotions and musical musings by Ferry, Eno and co.
Eno mentioned that he had been asked by U2 to produce their Unforgettable Fire album, but said he was reluctant to get involved.
When Eno sent me the music for the new album, once the squiggly sounds were stripped away it was very folky," says Byrne.
Celebrities including musician Brian Eno and film star Juliet Stevenson were expected to join in the procession from Hyde Park to the Israeli embassy in Kensington.
Mr Eno told BBC Radio 4's Today programme Iran was behaving rationally by seeking to acquire nuclear weapons.
Olympia, released on October 22, will feature Eno, Manzanera, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea, Nile Rogers and Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead.
This excellent biography reveals plenty of fascinating facts and personal insights into what makes Eno tick and why his music is so special.
Few of the lead characters have much tangibility, which was no fault of the ENO cast.
Brian Eno, one of the founder members of 70s glam and art rock hitmakers Roxy Music, and now a respected newspaper columnist and record producer, spoke out in favour of the proposed eco-village at Eastgate, Weardale.