Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Full Album
Title: Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Electro / Rock
Date of release: Nov 1974
Label: Island Records
Catalog number: ILPS 9309
Size MP3: 2819 mb
Size FLAC: 2207 mb
|1||The True Wheel|
Chorus – Randi & The Pyramids
|2||The Great Pretender||5:10|
|3||China My China||5:45|
|5||Mother Whale Eyeless|
Drums [Additional] – Phil CollinsVocals – Polly Eltes
|6||Back In Judy's Jungle|
Chorus – Simplistics, The
|7||Put A Straw Under Baby|
Strings – Portsmouth Sinfonia
|8||Taking Tiger Mountain|
Chorus – Simplistics, The
|9||Burning Airlines Give You So Much More||3:15|
|10||The Fat Lady Of Limbourg|
Brass – Andy Mackay
- Arranged By – Brian Eno, Turrington (tracks: B1), Phil Manzanera
- Artwork [Lithographs] – Peter Schmidt
- Bass – Brian Turrington
- Drums – Freddie Smith
- Engineer – Rhett Davies
- Engineer [Assistant] – Robert Ash
- Guitar – Phil Manzanera
- Other [Special Aide] – Nicholas Pearson
- Other [Special Equipment] – Bill Kelsey
- Percussion, Backing Vocals – Robert Wyatt
- Photography By [Polaroid Pictures] – Lorenz Zatecky
- Producer [Assistant] – Phil Manzanera
- Producer, Vocals, Keyboards, Effects, Guitar [Snake Guitar] – Brian Eno
- Typography [Lettering] – John Bonis
- Written-By – Eno, Manzanera (tracks: B3)
A5 runs out to a continuous locked groove.
Album comes in a gatefold sleeve with polylined pale blue Island inner sleeve and 'pink rim' labels which list songs numbered from 1 to 10.
Track timings given as on release.
Recorded at Island Studios, London, September 1974.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): ILPS 9309 A-3U
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): ILPS 9309 B-4U
- Published By – E.G. Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Island Studios
- Copyright (c) – E.G. Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
- Printed By – Robor Ltd.
Unlike his debut album Here Come the Warm Jets, Eno's second album used a core band of five instrumentalists keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer and percussionist and used fewer guest musicians. Also participating was guitarist and co-writer Phil Manzanera, who had played with Eno in Roxy Music. To help guide the production of the. Songs in album Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy 1974. Brian Eno - Burning Airlines Give You So Much More. Brian Eno - Back In Judy's Jungle. Listen free to Brian Eno Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy Burning Airlines Give You So Much More - 2004 Digital Remaster, Back In Judy's Jungle - 2004 Digital Remaster and more. 10 tracks 49:13. Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy is the second solo album by English musician Brian Eno. Produced by Eno, it was originally released by Island Records in November 1974. Unlike his previous album Here Come the Warm Jets, Eno used a core band of five instrumentalists keyboards, guitars, bass, drums and percussion and used fewer guest musicians. Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy. Artist: Brian Eno. Album: Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy. Year: 1974. Genre: Experimental RockGlam Rock. Country: United Kingdom. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte 1974 10 Songs. More by Brian Eno. Before and After Science - Ten Pictures. Mixing Colours Expanded. Mixing Colours. Here Come the Warm Dreads feat. Brian Eno - Single. Beyond Even 1992 - 2006. The Equatorial Stars. No Pussyfooting. Featured On. Inspired by Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Tiger Mountain is a loose concept album with topics ranging from espionage to the Chinese Communist Revolution. Its music is full of upbeat, bouncy songs, but is wrapped with dark lyrical themes. The lyrics have been described as remarkably literate and often humorous with quick-fire rhymes, oddball couplets, abrupt demands and ruthless statements. Eno created lyrics by playing backing tracks, singing random syllables to himself, then forming them into actual words. The album was released on November 1974, and each track is consistent but unique. Way ahead of its time . I've only seen pictures. Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy is the middle child of Eno albums, shoved between beloved classics, Here Come the Warm Jets and Another Green World. It has nothing remarkable in common with kumquats aside from a decided quirkiness that is evenly endearing and attractive. The album opener, Burning Airlines Give You So Much More, is unashamed of this queerness and does its best to set that pace for the rest of the album. Eno's dreamy keyboards wink at his self-described snake guitar, which slithers along with Phil Manzanera through t. Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain 2004 Digital Remaster 05:33, 320Kbs. Brian Eno - The True Wheel 2004 Digital Remaster 05:11, 320Kbs. Brian Eno - The Great Pretender 2004 Digital Remaster 05:11, 320Kbs. Brian Eno - Fat Lady Of Limbourg 2004 Digital Remaster 05:05, 320Kbs. Brian Eno - Burning Airlines Give You So Much More 2004 Digital Remaster 03:18, 320Kbs. Most important - you can download the album Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy 1974