Album Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up
|1||Been There Done That|
Backing Vocals – Bruce Lampcov, Jeff Foster, Rhett DaviesBacking Vocals, Other [Viola Treatments], Lyrics By, Arranged By – Brian EnoBass – Daryl JohnsonDrums – Ronald JonesGuitar – Dave YoungVocals, Piano, Lyrics By, Arranged By – John Cale
Harmony Vocals, Other [Intro Melody], Bass – Brian EnoLyrics By, Keyboards, Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals] – John CaleTabla – Ronald Jones
|3||In The Backroom|
Guitar [Triplet Guitars], Guitar [Bending Guitar] – Dave YoungLyrics By, Vocals, Harp, Piano, Horn, Arranged By [Vocals] – John CaleOther [Treatments], Other [Rhythm Bed], Other [Voice Guitar Duet], Bells [Shinto Bell], Slide Guitar – Brian Eno
|4||Crime In The Desert|
Bass, Guitar [Wash Guitar], Organ [Little Nigerian Organ] – Brian EnoLyrics By, Vocals, Arranged By, Keyboards [Rhythm], Snare – John CaleRhythm Guitar – Robert Ahwai
Bass – Daryl JohnsonKeyboards, Viola – John CaleOther [Rhythm Bed], Vocals, Lyrics By, Arranged By – Brian EnoRhythm Guitar – Robert AhwaiViolin – Nell Catchpole
Bass Drum, Snare – Ronald JonesOther [Rhythm Bed], Other [Treatments], Guitar, Lyrics By, Vocals – Brian EnoPiano [Scarlatti Piano], Timpani, Organ [Fairground Organ], Bass, Lyrics By, Vocals – John CaleRhythm Guitar – Robert Ahwai
Other [Rhythm Bed], Harmony Vocals, Lyrics By, Arranged By – Brian EnoVocals, Keyboards, Viola, Strings, Lyrics By, Arranged By – John Cale
Bass, Guitar – Dave YoungLyrics By, Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Other [Rhythm Bed], Organ [Pulse Organs], Guitar [Dark], Arranged By [Vocals] – Brian EnoPiano, Organ, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Other [Chord Pattern] – John Cale
Keyboards – Roger EnoLyrics By, Vocals, Omnichord, Keyboards [High Keyboards] – Brian EnoViolin, Arranged By [Strings] – Nell Catchpole
|10||Lay My Love|
Bass – Daryl JohnsonLyrics By, Vocals, Keyboards, Other [Rhythm Bed], Bass Drum [Indian Drum], Arranged By – Brian EnoPiano [Pulse Piano], Organ [Organ Bass] – John CaleRhythm Guitar – Robert AhwaiSnare [Snare Fills] – Ronald JonesViolin – Nell Catchpole
|7599-26421-1||Eno / Cale||Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up (LP, Album)||Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records||7599-26421-1||Europe||1990|
|WPCP-4010||Eno / Cale||Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up (CD, Album)||Opal Records, Warner Bros. Records||WPCP-4010||Japan||1990|
|LAND 12||Brian Eno & John Cale||Brian Eno & John Cale - Wrong Way Up (LP, Album)||Land Records||LAND 12||UK||1990|
|HNCD 1485||Eno / Cale||Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up (CD, Album, RE)||Hannibal Records, All Saints||HNCD 1485||US||2005|
|none||Eno / Cale||Eno / Cale - Wrong Way Up (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Stable Records||none||Russia||Unknown|
- Artwork [Art], Design, Typography – Kevin Cann
- Composed By, Written-By, Co-producer – John Cale
- Composed By, Written-By, Producer, Artwork [Cover Picture, Art], Design – Brian Eno
- Engineer – Brian Eno, Dave Young, 'Oz' (tracks: 3,7)
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen, Tony Cousins
- Mixed By – Brian Eno, Bruce Lampcov, Rhett Davies
Recorded at Brian Eno's Wilderness Studio, Suffolk, between April and July 1990.
John Cale's vocal recordings engineered in Woodbridge and at Platinum Island, New York, on "Footsteps" and "In The Backroom".
Mixed at AIR Studios, London, early August 1990.
Mastered at Townhouse Cutting Room, London.
Originally released on Land Records, 1990.
"Manufactured in the UK" on rear of booklet.
Catalogue number shown as ASCD 12 on spine, as ASCD12 on rear of booklet, and ASCDA12 on face of CD and in matrix runout.
- Barcode: 604388618323
- Matrix / Runout: KEY ASCDA12
- Mastering SID Code: LP76
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – All Saints Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Opal Music
- Copyright (c) – Island Music
- Published By – Upala Music
- Published By – John Cale Music, Inc.
- Recorded At – Wilderness Studio
- Engineered At – Platinum Island Studios
- Mixed At – Air Studios
- Mastered At – The Town House
- Manufactured By – Key Production
Wrong Way Up - Brian Eno, John Cale. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Wrong Way Up is a 1990 album by Brian Eno and John Cale. The album sits between the electronic, prog-rock and art rock genres and features some of both Eno and Cale's most mainstream work. The cover was conceived by Eno. The 2005 re-release on All Saints Records was remastered and had a different cover. It contained two bonus tracks, Grandfather's House and You Don't Miss Your Water by Eno. Both titles only appeared on single or EP before the latter was taken from the 1988 OST album Married to. Eno reportedly called Cale irrational. Cale said Eno would listen to what you said, but he really didnt have much patience with havent figured out yet what Brians notion of cooperation, or collaboration, is. Yet Wrong Way Up would be far more euphoric than either expected. Eno said, We both started out thinking it would be quite stark and sort of, slightly Eraserhead in feeling. In the first post-Cold War spring, with the Berlin Wall down and Nelson Mandela freed, the feelings were hopeful. John Cale. Wrong Way Up. Wrong Way Up 1990. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. John Cale , Brian Eno. Songs in album Wrong Way Up 1990. John Cale ft. Brian Eno - Lay My Love. Brian Eno - One World. Brian Eno - In The Backroom. Brian Eno - Empty Frame. Brian Eno - Córdoba. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Brian Eno & John Cale - Footsteps Wrong Way. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Album 1990 10 Songs. This reissue contains two bonus tracks 11, 12 not featured on the original 1990 release. Listen free to Brian Eno & John Cale Wrong Way Up Lay My Love, One Word and more. 10 tracks 41:30. Covered by Sugar Ray for soundtrack to movie The Beach, with Leonardo DiCaprio. Not as good as Eno's version. Lyrics may refer to the painting Starry Night, by Van Gogh. May refer to more than that as well. Wrong Way Up, their first out-and-out collaboration, grew out of Enos production of Cales Words for the Dying last year, and the result is a gem, if an oddly anachronistic one. Their trademarks - haunting synth patterns, carefully plucked guitar strings, self-consciously simple lyrics, chantlike choruses and echoey production - have been so plundered by their protégés over the years that they have lost some of their initial mystique. Backed by a few drumbeats and synthesizer fills, Cales calm vocal delivery gives the simple story in Cordoba a chilly pathos. On Empty Frame, Cale and Eno become warped, profound Beach Boys: Above a pulsating