Roger Eno is a British composer and musician whose distinctive style as a recording artist has attracted a cult following. In 2020 he made his debut on Deutsche Grammophon with Mixing Colours, his first duo album with his brother, Brian, which was released to great acclaim. Now Roger's latest solo album, The Turning Year, is released on the Yellow Label.
The Turning Year allows the listener to step through Roger Eno's looking-glass, filled with glimpses of pastoral scenes and free-flowing, affecting compositions. These pieces are exquisitely realized by Eno as pianist and he is joined on some tracks by the lauded German string ensemble Scoring Berlin. With a blend of recent compositions and live favorites from Eno's concert repertoire, the album offers a comprehensive presentation of the composer's solo work.
"The Turning Year is like a collection of short stories or photographs of individual scenes, each with its own character but somehow closely related to the other," explains Eno. "Listening to it made me think about how we live our lives in facets, how we catch fleeting glimpses, how we walk through our lives, how we notice the turning year."
This masterful release contains some of the most immediately appealing work in Eno's discography.
- 180g Vinyl
- Gatefold jacket
- Booklet notes by Roger Eno
- Photographs by Roger Eno
- Cover paintings by Cicely Eno
- Made in Germany
- A Place We Once Walked
- Slow Motion
- The Turning Year
- Hope (The Kindness Of Strangers)
- On The Horizon
- Something Made Out Of Nothing
- An Intimate Distance
- Stars And Wheels
- Low Cloud, Dark Skies