One does not have to think long and hard when the name Brian Eno is mentioned. Over time, he has been part of many exciting releases as both performer and as producer. Some of his most interesting work comes as a collaborator with other influential artists. With Eno, that covers a lot of ground.
On August 21, two collaborative works featuring Brian Eno will be reissued via All Saints Records. The first is Wrong Way Up, his 1990 collaboration with John Cale. The other is Spinner, his 1995 collaboration with Jah Wobble. Both albums are will be expanded by bonus tracks.
Spinner is celebrating its 25th Anniversary, and will contain two bonus tracks (“Stravinsky”, “Lockdown”). This title will be reissued on CD, Deluxe CD, DD, and vinyl LP. The LP will provide downloadable links to the two tracks.
Wrong Way Up is celebrating its 30th Anniversary and will also deliver two bonus tracks (“Grandfather’s House”, “Palanquin” – Both tracks have been previously released). Wrong Way Up is planned for CD, Deluxe Edition CD, DD, and vinyl LP. As with Spinner, the LP will provide DD links for the bonus tracks.