Bass – Bill LaswellComposed By – Gros*, Laswell*, Eno*, Beinhorn*Guitar – Axel GrosSynthesizer – Michael Beinhorn
The Lost Day
Trumpet – Jon Hassell
Unfamiliar Wind (Leeks Hills)
Recorded By [Sound Of Frogs] – Felipe Orrego
Dunwich Beach, Autumn, 1960
Guitar – Michael BrookMixed By [Live Equalization] – Dan Lanois*
Brian Eno (tracks: 2 to 8)
Design [Original Masters Re-design, Of The Red Room/emi]
Design, Liner Notes [Text]
Engineer [Basing Street, London]
Engineer [Celestial Sound, New York]
Engineer [Grant Avenue Studio, Ontario]
Engineer [Oao Studio, Brooklyn]
Engineer [Rpm Studio, New York]
Engineer [Sigma Sound, New York]
Remastered By [Mastered Dsd]
Technician [Ampex 2ch Tape Playback With Aria Electronics]
Thanks to Robert Quine, Alex Blair, Harold Budd, Laraaji and Danny Lanois, who contributed their encouragement and suggestions at the right times. Recorded between September 1978 and January 1982. The frogs on 'Leeks Hills' were recorded in Choloma, Honduras by Felipe Orrego. Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York.
Recorded between September 1978 and January 1982.
Produced by Brian Eno.
Mastered DSD by Simon Heyworth at Super Audio Mastering.
Ampex ATR 2Ch Tape playback with ARIA electronics by David Hill.
Re-Issue Design by EMI Creative.
Manufactured and marketed by Astralwerks, 150 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011. Made in USA.
Made in the USA. Released in a standard jewel case.