I think Eno's style shows on the albums he's produced more often than not
Posted by Pugeye on December 12, 2018, 1:25 pm, in reply to "Re: Agreed
but in the case of Devo, they have such an extreme and unique sound, he wisely decided to remain invisible and let them do their thing. His taste and his instincts as a producer are pretty much unmatched and though the more familiar one becomes w/ krautrock, the less groundbreaking Eno will appear, he's still one of the all time greats and at least deserves credit for popularizing and helping develop certain practices pioneered by folks like Conny Plank and other krautrockers.
Eno also gets bonus points for being one of the most intelligent and insightful interview subjects (particularly among musicians, though he was always quick to point out that he wasn't a musician) I've ever had the pleasure of reading. I find his theories and observations endlessly fascinating.