ambient explorations, Another Green World always makes me smile. There's still a handful of his off-kilter pop songs scattered throughout, with random sung syllables developed into nonsense (but weirdly charming) lyrics. For the most part, however, this album is composed of gorgeous proto-ambient minatures that prefigure Eno's work with Cluster/Harmonia. Eno's guitar playing, with that long sustain from all his unique experiments, is possibly my favourite aspect of this album. Listen to the all-too-brief title track for example, then think of Michael Rother's guitar style in the late 70s - wonder who was really influencing who?
Everything merges with the night