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4th May will see the worldwide release of UMC’s Music for Installations, a new box set that collects new, rare and previously unreleased tracks, all of which will be available on vinyl for the first time. All of the material was recorded by Eno for use in his installations covering the period from 1986 until the present (and beyond).

Designed by Brian and long-time collaborator Nick Robertson, this 9xLP set comes with a 64-page booklet featuring rare and unseen exhibition photographs and a new essay written by Eno.

Music For Installations

A few pieces were previously released through EnoShop and Lumen London but are difficult to find now, and there is a fair amount of unfamiliar and new material. Here’s the tracklisting…


LP1 : Music From Installations

1 A1: Kazakhstan ( 20:18 )
2 B1: The Ritan Bells ( 16:45 )

LP2 : Music From Installations

1 C1: Five Light Paintings ( 19:50 )
2 D1: Flower Bells ( 18:44 )

LP3 : 77 Million Paintings

1 A1: 77 Million Paintings – Part 1 ( 21:29 )
2 B1: 77 Million Paintings – Part 2 ( 22:43 )

LP4 : Lightness – Music For The Marble Palace

1 A1: Atmospheric Lightness – Part 1 ( 15:56 )
2 B1: Atmospheric Lightness – Part 2 ( 15:12 )

LP5 : Lightness – Music For The Marble Palace

1 C1: Chamber Lightness – Part 1 ( 13:38 )
2 D1: Chamber Lightness – Part 2 ( 11:48 )

LP6 – I Dormienti

1 A1: I Dormienti – Part 1 ( 19:23 )
2 B1: I Dormienti – Part 2 ( 21:41 )

LP7 – Kite Stories

1 A1: Kites I ( 8:03 )
2 A2: Kites II ( 7:12 )
3 B1: Kites III ( 13:57 )

LP8 – Making Space

1 A1. Needle Click ( 4:09 )
2 A2. Light Legs ( 3:38 )
3 A3. Flora and Fauna / Gleise 581d ( 3:56 )
4 A4. New Moons ( 4:03 )
5 A5. Vanadium ( 1:56 )
6 A6. All The Stars Were Out ( 3:53 )
7 B1. Hopeful Timean Intersect ( 5:13 )
8 B2. World Without Wind ( 5:24 )
9 B3. Delightful Universe (seen from above) ( 7:33 )

LP9 – Music For Future Installations

1 A1: Unnoticed Planet ( 7:49 )
2 A2: Liquidambar ( 7:00 )
3 A3: Sour Evening ( Complex Heaven 3 ) ( 8:12 )
4 B1: Surbahar Sleeping Music ( 18:09 )

Pre-order here.

Brian Eno

“If you think of music as a moving, changing form, and painting as a still form, what I’m trying to do is make very still music and paintings that move. I’m trying to find in both of those forms, the space in between the traditional concept of music and the traditional concept of painting.” Brian Eno.

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