13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ambient pioneer Brian Eno has built an entire career subtly transforming experiments into art. Here, with a MIDI device, he tweaks and juxtaposes a series of piano improvisations by Tom Rogerson. Like Eno's classic On Land, Finding Shore is an album of otherworldly pastorals—from the rustling, dawn-like “Idea of Order at Kyson Point” to the ominous fog of “Minor Rift” and the subaqueous “On-ness,” which recalls the beautifully meandering music of ambient godfather Erik Satie.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ambient pioneer Brian Eno has built an entire career subtly transforming experiments into art. Here, with a MIDI device, he tweaks and juxtaposes a series of piano improvisations by Tom Rogerson. Like Eno's classic On Land, Finding Shore is an album of otherworldly pastorals—from the rustling, dawn-like “Idea of Order at Kyson Point” to the ominous fog of “Minor Rift” and the subaqueous “On-ness,” which recalls the beautifully meandering music of ambient godfather Erik Satie.

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