Music for Airports turns 29, still unemployed

Posted October 4th, 2007 by k

“Music for Airports” was composed in an era when air travel was still a romantic affair — a far cry from today’s paranoia drill, where getting through security becomes a shoeless, beltless, helpless exercise in humility. In this light, Eno’s ambient breakthrough feels more vital — and functional — than ever.”

How Brian Eno Helped Travelers Check Their Emotional Baggage (Washington Post) [via book of joe]

Ever actually heard it in an airport?

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