Fripp & Eno
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Fripp & Eno is an ambient musical side project composed of Brian Eno and Robert Fripp. The duo have released four studio albums. The album Headcandy was also essentially a collaboration between the two, though credited just to Eno. The music created by this pair is entirely instrumental and has earned mixed critical acclaim. Each release has made extensive use of Frippertronics, a tape delay technique, combined with Fripp's electronic guitar (with subsequent sound treatments by Eno) along with Eno playing various keyboards and synthesizers.
- (No Pussyfooting) (1973)
- Evening Star (1975)
- The Equatorial Stars (2004)
- Beyond Even (1992–2006) (2007) - also known as The Cotswold Gnomes
- (No Pussyfooting)/Evening Star bundle - first released as a Double Pack Cassette in the UK & US, later as a limited edition box set in 2008 in Japan
- The Essential Fripp and Eno (1994)
- May 28, 1975 Olympia Paris, France (2011)
- Here Come the Warm Jets (1974) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 3 songs
- Another Green World (1975) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 3 songs
- "Heroes" (1977) - David Bowie album, Fripp & Eno perform together throughout side 1 and the first song on side 2
- Before and After Science (1977) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 1 song
- Exposure (1979) - Fripp solo, Eno performs on 4 songs
- Fear of Music (1979) - Talking Heads album, Eno produced, Fripp performs on 1 song.
- My Life in the Bush of Ghosts (1981) - Eno collaboration with David Byrne, Fripp performs on 1 song
- My Squelchy Life (1991) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 2 songs
- Nerve Net (1992) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 5 songs
- Headcandy (1994) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 2 songs
- Curiosities Volume 1 (2003) - Eno solo, Fripp performs on 1 song
- Mills, Ted. "(No Pussyfooting) – Fripp & Eno / Robert Fripp / Brian Eno". AllMusic. Retrieved 7 January 2017.
- "Robert Fripp, Brian Eno". Shop.schizoidshop.com. 1975-05-28. Retrieved 2014-07-29.
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