Brian Eno - The Life Of Brian - Part 1
Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984
Part 1 of a two part in-depth interview with Brian Eno and his latest collaborator Harold Budd.
Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
The Eno collaborator and leading exponent of American minimalist music, Harold Budd, discloses the fascinating background to his new solo album 'Lovely Thunder', his love of the piano and his strange union with the Cocteau Twins. Mark Prendergast attends the masterclass and takes notes.
Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1986
Don Goldstein talks to American composer Harold Budd about his past collaborations with such luminaries as Brian Eno and Michael Nyman and, more recently, the Cocteau Twins.
Music Technology, Feb 1993
Harold Budd - The incredible lightness of being
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Sound On Sound, Jan 1989
Mark Prendergast begins a two part in-depth appraisal of the thoughts, words, music and art of one of the most influential artists of the last decade: Brian Eno.
Sound On Sound, Aug 1987
Mark Prendergast interviews this French-Canadian engineer/producer about his long-standing production partnership with Brian Eno and his recent involvement with Peter Gabriel and U2.
Sound On Sound, Jul 1989
A voice, a few guitars, a bit of processing, and a hell of a lot of inspiration. Mark J. Prendergast investigates...
Sound On Sound, Feb 1989
Part 2: Mark Prendergast continues his in-depth look at the formation of Eno’s new record company, Land Records, and the use of electronics in his music.
Music Technology, Feb 1988
His successful production of U2 has brought musical sage Brian Eno back into the public eye. John Diliberto finds out what's become of his oblique strategies and how he approaches the latest technology.
Sound On Sound, Sep 1987
In the concluding part of our in-depth interview with this French-Canadian engineer/producer, Mark Prendergast discovers how Lanois recorded the 'So' album with Peter Gabriel and more about his co-production with Brian Eno of U2's 'The Joshua Tree' and 'Unforgettable Fire' LPs.
Sound On Sound, Jun 1990
Inventor of the 'infinite guitar', this Canadian born player's haunting multi-layered guitar parts have graced the works of such luminaries as Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, U2's Edge, and Daniel Lanois, though Michael Brook's own music has yet to receive the recognition it deserves. Mark J. Prendergast reports.
Music Technology, Oct 1987
Currently enjoying the success of U2's 'The Joshua Tree' album, this French-Canadian producer talks to Paul Tingen about his hand in this, Peter Gabriel's 'So' and other projects.
Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
One of the pioneers of the German electronic music scene, Hans Joachim Roedelius's use of electronic keyboards to treat sound, create atmospheres, and provide sonic backdrops has evolved through collaborations with the likes of Conny Plank, Peter Baumann and Brian Eno. Mark J. Prendergast discovers more about the man and his music.
Music Technology, Apr 1993
John Cage eavesdropped on the strange noises coming from his own imagination. Geoff Smith and Nicola Walker Smith eavesdrop on the wise words emanating from the man himself, in one of the final interviews of his trailblazing life and the last in MT's exclusive series on modern American composers.
Music Technology, Jan 1993
Philip Glass: Glazed expression
Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
Upcoming systems music composer chats to Simon Trask about modern technology, Renaissance music and Belgian pop.
Music Technology, Mar 1993
The life of (Terry) Riley
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Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984
Sound On Sound, Apr 1989
Mark Prendergast presents a general overview of record labels, artists, and recordings that make up the exciting area of new electronic and experimental music in the late 1980s.
Topic: Music Business | Music Technology, Nov 1988
Who are the music biz' management, and do you really need them? David Bradwell talks to the people who take care of the stars and their affairs.
Making Music, Jun 1986
Gossip calypso - giving out the musicians' gossip that no-one else would touch with an ear'ole.
Sound On Sound, Jan 1987
What is 'New Age' music? Who plays it, and why is it apparently so popular? Our resident musicologist Mark Prendergast traces its development back to the work of 'new music' composers Arnold Schoenberg and Erik Satie.
One Two Testing, Nov 1983
Bill Nelson compiles a desert island discography.