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Mixing Colours

Roger Eno, Brian Eno

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1.1
Spring Frost
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:07
1.2
Burnt Umber
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:16
1.3
Celeste
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:23
1.4
Wintergreen
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:10
1.5
Obsidian
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
5:06
1.6
Blonde
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:10
1.7
Dark Sienna
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
3:48
1.8
Verdigris
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:03
1.9
Snow
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:40
1.10
Rose Quartz
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:08
1.11
Quicksilver
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
5:13
1.12
Ultramarine
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
2:28
1.13
Iris
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
2:54
1.14
Cinnabar
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
3:21
1.15
Desert Sand
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:50
1.16
Deep Saffron
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:39
1.17
Cerulean Blue
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:02
Slow Movement  
1.18
Sand
Roger Eno; Brian Eno
4:56
Total Playing Time    75:14
Roger and Brian Eno release their first duo album, Mixing Colours, a project that strips music back to its bare essentials of tone colour, timbre and pulse. Brothers Roger and Brian Eno first recorded together with Daniel Lanois on 1983's Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks, but it's only now that the pair have now readied their first proper duo album. The project stems from compositions that first began in 2005.

"I'd wake up, go straight upstairs, put my equipment on and improvise, then I sent things to Brian that I thought he might be interested in. The idea for a full album emerged as the number of pieces kept increasing and the results kept being interesting. It's something that neither of us could have arrived at alone."
- Roger Eno

"These pieces are very Impressionistic and very much to do with sonic quality, sonic colour."
- Brian Eno
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

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