The folks over at Aquarium Drunkard (a great audio blog based here in Los Angeles) have put up this gem from the archive: a full two-hour interview of Brian Eno recorded at Berkeley radio station KPFA in 1980 as part of Charles Amirkhanian’s “Ode to Gravity” series. The interview coincides with the period of Eno’s seminal collaborations with David Byrne. Great stuff.
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