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Thursday Afternoon

Brian Eno
14 × 12.3 × 1 cm
61 min

Eno’s first release designed for the CD market, a 61 minute continuous piece of ambient music.

CD in plastic jewel case with purple liner notes.


Artwork [Art], Design – Russell Mills
Artwork [Extract From A Diagram] – Brian Eno
Engineer – Daniel Lanois, Tim Hunt
Engineer [Digital Engineer] – Nigel Gayler
Management [For Opal] – Anthea Norman-Taylor
Mixed By [Mix Team] – Brian Eno, Michael Brook, Roger Eno
Painting [Cover] – Tom Phillips (3)
Performer [Origination Team] – Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, Roger Eno
Photography By – Alex Roggero
Technician [Assembly Team] – Brian Eno, Michael Brook
Technician [Digital Consultant] – Carlos Olms
Written-By – Brian Eno

Engineered at “Grant Avenue”, Toronto and “Marcus”, London.
Digitally engineered at “Decca”, London.

  1. Thursday Afternoon

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