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Roger Eno's 2004 release Fragile (Music) was his first album for four years and was perhaps the most uncompromising, personal and starkly beautiful of his career.
Comprising a series of haunting and spacious computer manipulated piano pieces, the quietly intense compositions were the positive and cathartic outcome of the creative chronicling of a period of depression that blighted the composer's life during the early part of the 2000s.
With echoes of the cool Minimalism of Erik Satie and Harold Budd, Fragile (Music) represented a supremely consistent and moving statement.
1. somewhere else
2. lines and points
3. fragile (music)
5. falling apart
7. around the corner
9. in pieces
11. paper thin
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music written and recorded by roger eno in 'the clerestory' during a dreadful period in 2003.
with thanks to those who put up with me.
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