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Tune in to The College of Musical Knowledge Monday morning at 8 on WSBU-FM, 88.3 The Buzz, the No. 1 station in the college radio nation.

Final exams start Monday, so for those who need a shot of calm, this week's show is going to feature an hour of soft, lofty atmospherics by Brian Eno.

And for listeners in different time zones, this will let you listen in:

http://www.live365.com/stations/sbuny?site=pro

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gregorypeccary
Dec. 14th, 2011 03:28 pm (UTC)
Eno's "Another Green World" and "Before and After Science" are 2 albums on my top 100 list. If I could ever finally put the list in stone, they might both even be in the top 50. Wonderful stuff.
patrick_vecchio
Dec. 14th, 2011 09:07 pm (UTC)
I like 'em both but still am fond of the two albums that turned me on to Eno: Here Come the Warm Jets and Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy). Robert Fripp's solo on "Baby's On Fire" could break any lease in the country, and "Third Uncle" is a sure-fire way to get unwanted guests to leave.
gregorypeccary
Dec. 15th, 2011 01:12 am (UTC)
For a total buzzkill and to send everyone packing, nothing beats either "An Index of Metals" off Evening Star, or "Swastika Girls" off No Pussyfooting.

"Third Uncle" set the stage for the on the edge antics of King Crimson's Red -- one of my top 10 albums.
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