Released in January 1974, Here Come The Warm Jets was Brian Eno’s debut solo release following his departure from Roxy Music.
The album draws on both his glam and prog roots but its experimental nature also made it quite unlike anything that’d ever come before. It was to prove a huge influence on the best of the British post-punk bands that followed it.
UK 1987 reissue. Vinyl in non-gatefold sleeve.
Please note this copy has some edge wear and a few small creases. Sold as seen, no returns.
1 Needles In The Camel's Eye 3:10
2 The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch 3:05
3 Baby's On Fire 5:18
4 Cindy Tells Me 3:25
5 Driving Me Backwards 5:11
6 On Some Faraway Beach 4:36
7 Blank Frank 3:35
8 Dead Finks Don't Talk 4:20
9 Some Of Them Are Old 5:11
10 Here Come The Warm Jets 4:02
Arranged By – Eno (tracks: B3), Jones (tracks: B3), Judd (tracks: B3), Thompson (tracks: B3)
Artwork – C.C.S. Associates
Bass Guitar – Busta Cherry Jones (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B3), Paul Rudolph (tracks: A3, A5, B5)
Design [Supervision] – Carol McNicoll
Engineer [Mixing] – Denny Bridges, Paul Hardiman, Phil Chapman
Engineer [Recording] – Derek Chandler
Guitar – Phil Manzanera (tracks: A1, A2, A4), Robert Fripp (tracks: A3, A5, B2)
Mastered By [Tape Mastering] – Arun Chakraverty
Mixed By – Eno*, Chris Thomas
Percussion – Marty Simon (tracks: A2 to A4), Simon King (tracks: A1, A3, A5 to B2, B5)
Photography By [Cover] – Lorenz Zatecky
Producer – Eno
Vocals, Keyboards [Simplistic], Guitar [Snake], Performer [Electric Larynx, Treatments], Synthesizer – Eno
Written-By – Eno, Manzanera (tracks: A1, A4), Fripp (tracks: B2)