Posted by Ken on December 11, 2018, 3:27 pm, in reply to "Re: Agreed
Eno's definitely among the special few who exceed in both directions. Though I feel he's more likely to claim the albums he produces that he puts more of himself into as collaborations, which is probably why he has so many "collaboration" albums where he isn't performing and only manipulating the sound of somebody else. Q/A is a good example of Eno letting the band speak for themselves. But Bowie and Talking Heads are both examples where he was involved more deeply on a creative level and it shows through in the music.
NP: Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
Sorry duder, I'm got on a dream theater nostalgia kick. Deal with it. And I found a youtube channel with a guy creepily obsessed with compiling examples of how James LaBrie's voice has degraded. Good times at the Ken house this afternoon.