Brian Eno

Apollo: Atmospheres And Soundtracks (Extended Edition)


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"Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks" was written, produced and performed by Brian Eno together with his brother Roger and Daniel Lanois. The music was originally recorded in 1983 for a landmark feature-length documentary, For All Mankind, directed by American journalist, film director and screenwriter, Al Reinert. The film featured 35mm footage of the Apollo moon landing with real-time commentary as well as the Apollo astronauts sharing their recollections of the momentous events surrounding it.
The music from the original album is highly recognisable and tracks from it have been streamed in excess of 300 million times. Since its release many of the songs from Apollo have found a life of their own, making their way into any number of films, television shows and commercials, most notably Trainspotting, Traffic, 28 Days Later, Drive and Love. “An Ending (Ascent)” was also used in the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony.
Tracklist
DISC ONE: APOLLO: ATMOSPHERES & SOUNDTRACKS
Under Stars ( 4:29 )
The Secret Place ( 3:31 )
Matta ( 4:20 )
Signals ( 2:47 )
An Ending (Ascent) ( 4:24 )
Under Stars II ( 3:23 )
Drift ( 3:05 )
Silver Morning ( 2:40 )
Deep Blue Day ( 3:58 )
Weightless ( 4:35 )
Always Returning ( 4:04 )
Stars ( 8:02 )

DISC 2: FOR ALL MANKIND
The End Of A Thin Cord ( 4:08 )
Capsule ( 3:13 )
At The Foot Of A Ladder ( 3:35 )
Waking Up ( 2:29 )
Clear Desert Night ( 3:11 )
Over The Canaries ( 4:41 )
Last Step From The Surface ( 3:58 )
Fine-grained ( 3:34 )
Under The Moon ( 3:10 )
Strange Quiet ( 4:09 )
Like I Was A Spectator ( 4:23 )
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