Brian Eno:  Imaginary Landscapes Trailer

Brian Eno: Imaginary Landscapes Trailer (1989)

12 February 1989 Factual 90 mins

Here’s an interesting and extremely rare documentary from 1989, which features legendary producer and multimedia artist Brian Eno discussing his process and his thoughts on music in general.

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United Kingdom 12 February 1989

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