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Icebreaker play Brian Eno / Daniel Lanois: Signals (Apollo)

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Published on Feb 10, 2013

Icebreaker play Signals by Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois, arranged by Woojun Lee, from the album Apollo on Cantaloupe Music.

Icebreaker's 2012 album is based on recordings of the live show, which features reworkings of all tracks from Brian Eno's legendary album Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks from 1983 (made with his brother Roger and the guitarist Daniel Lanois). The music is performed live to an edited version of Al Reinert's film For All Mankind, featuring original NASA footage of the Apollo monn landings. BJ Cole is featured soloist on pedal-steel guitar. The music was artranged by South Korean composer Woojun Lee, who was selected by Brian Eno.

The album is available from Icebreaker's website at http://www.icebreaker.org.uk/discogra...

Icebreaker, Woojun Lee, Brian Eno, Roger Eno, Daniel Lanois, Brighton, Ambient, Atmospheres & Soundtracks, BJ Cole, B J Cole, Pedal-steel, Live, Andriessen, Nyman, James Poke, Reich, Glass, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Eno, Apollo, London, England, Contemporary, Minimal, Minimalist, Post-minimal, Experimental, Bang on a Can, Cantaloupe, Hoketus, Rock Music (Musical Genre), Country Music (Musical Genre)

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