Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell To Earth 1971-1977 explores the early years of Eno’s career and music. This 2hr 36m long documentary, directed by Ed Haynes, features exclusive interviews and contributions from a variety of musicians, writers, collaborators and friends.
The music and footage are quite remarkable, tracing his career from Roxy Music to his solo accomplishments and collaborations with musical heavyweights such as David Bowie and Phil Manzanera.
Even though the documentary, the first ever about the artist, covers only Eno’s early years (thus not including his fundamental ambient works and his groundbreaking collaborations with Talking Heads, Harold Budd and Daniel Lanois), it’s a must-watch for any music lover.
Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell To Earth is now available for free, courtesy of Snagfilms.
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