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  1. Here Come the Warm Jets is the debut solo album by Brian Eno ( mononymously credited as " Eno "), released on Island Records on 8 February 1974. It was recorded and produced by Eno following his departure from Roxy Music, and blends glam and pop stylings with avant-garde approaches.

  2. The Story of Brian Eno ‘Here Come the Warm Jets’. “The title Warm Jets came from the guitar sound on the track of that name, which I described on the track sheet as ‘warm jet guitar’, because it sounded like a tuned jet. Then I had the pack of playing cards with the picture of the woman in there, and they sort of connected.

  3. 12 de jun. de 2019 · On this track from Eno’s 1974 album Here Come The Warm Jets, Wetton displayed a relaxed capacity for getting slightly funky. His bass contribution could have been swamped by the busy mix of almost bonkers instrumentation around him, however Wetton just carried on regardless and you can hear him deftly keeping everything in perspective.

  4. Released January 1974 Here Come the Warm Jets Tracklist 1 Needles In the Camel’s Eye Lyrics 12.8K 2 The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch Lyrics 9K 3 Baby's on Fire Lyrics 19K 4 Cindy Tells Me Lyrics 7.2K...

  5. 3 de ene. de 2023 · Released by Island Records in January 1974, Here Come The Warm Jets rose to No.26 in the UK. If Eno’s solo albums would never again trouble in the charts in quite the same manner, it goes...

  6. Brian Eno's first solo outing, 1973's self-produced HERE COME THE WARM JETS is an excellent album, for those who can appreciate inspired lunacy -- but it's nothing like his later ambient works, or the generally more serious and disciplined ANOTHER GREEN WORLD and BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE.