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China My China - Eno* - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), an Album by Eno. Released on Virgin (catalog no. 5 2 9 / ENOCD 2; CD). Genres: Art Rock, Art Pop.
  2. "Taking Tiger Mountain (By Stragedy)" is the 2nd full-length studio album by UK experimental rock artist Brian Eno. The album was released through Island Records in November After Brian Eno left Roxy Music he opted to start a solo career which spawned his debut full-length studio album "Here Come The Warm Jets ()"/5(23).
  3. Review: Brian Eno's Taking Tiger Mountain on Abbey Road Half-Speed Mastered Vinyl and Tidal Streaming By Mark Smotroff | March 28, AM So, the recent half-speed mastered, 45 RPM, gram vinyl editions of Brian Eno's seminal art rock albums from the mid s generally sound pretty wonderful (with some caveats).
  4. Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) is a loose concept album that addresses a variety of subjects that range from espionage to the Chinese Communist revolution. The album alludes to pop-song structures, but Eno's lyrics play with themes of geopolitical intrigue.
  5. "Taking Tiger Mountain" Note. Side A of early vinyl copies ends with the sound of chirping crickets locked into the inner groove.[31] And some thoughts from the wiki to kick start the conversation: Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) is the second solo album by English musician Brian Eno (credited simply as "Eno"), released in November.
  6. Description Second Solo Album Remastered On Vinyl LP! Originally released by Island Records in November , Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) picks up stylistically where its trailblazing predecessor Here Come The Warm Jets left off earlier in that same year.
  7. Apr 08,  · referencing Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), LP, Album, RE, Hub, ENO 2 Very good pressing, more dynamic and quiet compared to my clean 1st Canadian pressing. Punchier and more attack on the percussion in particular!/5(K).
  8. The follow up to Here come The Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) doesn't disappoint and it includes iconic tracks The Fat Lady Of Limbourg, Third Uncle and Put A Straw Under Baby, and the album again features as guest musicians Phil Manzanera and Andy Mackay, along with Robert Wyatt and Phil Collins/5().

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