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Cordoba - Eno* / Cale* - Wrong Way Up (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 17,  · Brian Eno’s collaborative albums with John Caleand bassist Jah Wobble — ’s Wrong Way Upand ’s Spinner, respectively — will Missing: Cordoba.
  2. WRONG WAY UP is one of the more accessible albums by ENO and friends. The dominant focus is on catchy melodies accompanied by a huge assortment of instruments but only acting as subordinate entities never stealing the limelight/5(9).
  3. Eno / Cale – Wrong Way Up Artist: Eno / Cale Label: All Saints Records Released: 21/08/ Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up. Released via All Saints Records. Available on Vinyl LP, Deluxe CD & CD “Brian Eno and John Cale’s collaboration is an album of Missing: Cordoba.
  4. Thirty years on from its initial release, ’s Wrong Way Up remains one of the most beloved LPs in both Brian Eno and John Cale’s impressive back-catalogues. Despite the pair having made music together since the mids, Wrong Way Up was their first official link-up.
  5. They remained friends, and the year prior to Wrong Way Up, Eno produced Cale’s Words For The Dying album. This paved the way for the pair to write and record an album together, notably the first time Eno had delivered a collection of song-based recordings since Before And After Science in
  6. Wrong Way Up, their first out-and-out collaboration, grew out of Eno’s production of Cale’s Words for the Dying last year, and the result is a gem, if an oddly anachronistic one.
  7. All Saints Records have announced the reissue of Eno/Cale’s album Wrong Way Up and Eno/Wobble’s album Spinner, both due on August The albums Missing: Cordoba.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wrong Way Up on Discogs. Label: Hannibal Records - HNCD ADV,All Saints - HNCD ADV • Format: CD Album, Promo, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop, Ambient.
  9. Find release reviews and credits for Wrong Way Up - John Cale, Brian Eno, Eno/Cale on AllMusic - - Both Brian Eno and John Cale have always flirted Missing: Cordoba.

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