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Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets album

Brian Eno - Here Come The Warm Jets album

  • Performer: Brian Eno
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Here Come The Warm Jets
  • Style: Prog Rock, Glam
  • Label: Polydor
  • Catalog: 23MM 0124
  • Country: Japan
  • MP3 version size: 1490 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2939 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 392


1Cindy Tells Me
Keyboards – Nick Judd
2Here Come The Warm Jets
Guitar – Paul Rudolph
3Baby's On Fire
Bass – John Wetton
4On Some Faraway Beach
Backing Vocals – SweetfeedKeyboards – Andy Mackay
5Some Of Them Are Old
Keyboards, Saxophone [Septet] – Andy MackaySlide Guitar – Lloyd Watson
6The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch
Bass [Extra] – Chris ThomasGuitar – Chris Spedding
7Dead Finks Don't Talk
Keyboards – Nick JuddPercussion – Paul Thompson
8Blank Frank
Backing Vocals – SweetfeedBass – Bill MacCormickKeyboards – Nick Kool & The Koolaids
9Driving Me Backwards
Bass – John Wetton
10Needles In The Camel's Eye
Bass – Bill MacCormickGuitar – Chris Spedding


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 9268Eno Here Come The Warm Jets ‎(LP, Album)Island RecordsILPS 9268UK1973
EGCD 11Brian Eno Here Come The Warm Jets ‎(CD, Album, RE)EGEGCD 11USUnknown
ENO 1Eno Here Come The Warm Jets ‎(LP, Album, RE)Editions EGENO 1Canada1982
Y81-9268Eno Here Come The Warm Jets ‎(8-Trk, Album)Island RecordsY81-9268US1973
ENO 1Eno Here Come The Warm Jets ‎(LP, Album, RE, Whi)Editions EGENO 1CanadaUnknown


  • Arranged ByBrian Eno (tracks: B3), Busta Cherry Jones (tracks: B3), Nick Judd (tracks: B3), Paul Thompson (tracks: B3)
  • BassBusta Cherry Jones (tracks: A2, A4 , B1, B3)
  • Engineer [Mix]Danny Bridges, Paul Hardiman, Phil Chapman
  • Engineer [Recording]Derek Chandler
  • GuitarPaul Rudolph (tracks: A3, A5, B5), Phil Manzanera (tracks: A1, A2, A4), Robert Fripp (tracks: A3, A5, B2)
  • Mastered By [Tape]Arun Chakraverty
  • Mixed ByBrian Eno, Chris Thomas
  • PercussionMarty Simon (tracks: A2, A3, A4), Simon King (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B2, B5)
  • ProducerBrian Eno
  • Vocals, Keyboards [Simplistic], Guitar [Snake], Performer [Electric Larynx, Treatments], SynthesizerBrian Eno
  • Written-ByBrian Eno, Phil Manzanera (tracks: A1, A4), Robert Fripp (tracks: B2)


Recorded at Majestic Studios London September 1973.
Mixed at Air and Olympic Studies.
Produced for E.G. Records Ltd. 1973

Comes with Eno poster, and packaged in MoFi inner sleeve.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 23MM 0124-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 23MM 0124-B


  • Record Company – Polydor K.K.



Snowseeker Snowseeker
I find this bootleg Japanese reissue to be pleasantly enjoyable. The drums are super punchy and the low end is decently defined and a driving force. ‘Baby’s On Fire’ seems to come alive. Crazy synth noises are accentuated. Guitar is detailed and dynamic. I actually prefer this to the Abbey Road 45 rpm reissue. It’s more focused and while the soundstage isn’t as wide, it sounds warmer and more direct. The pressing is actually also of high quality, at least 180-200g. Comes in a MoFi sleeve, super clean and quiet. I wonder what the other reviewers are listening to this on because it is not flat or muddy in any place. Engaging sound though I do have to turn it up a bit. Doesn’t sound bad at all.
Qumen Qumen
I have a black vinyl copy. No poster and no obi. I can't remember where I got it.
Pumpit Pumpit
Mine came with a green and red obi. I think I got it through Sound Stage Direct....
skriper skriper
I also have obtained this unofficial press but on a gray colored vinyl. Sound is a little flat but thankfully my components brought out a good enough sound. No distortion on this copy but I do see this being an inferior mix or a cd rip.
Framokay Framokay
This release looks NICE! Matte sleeve, heavy flat vinyl & even a Eno 12x12 poster/insert. BUT, i dont know if its just my copy but sound quality is somewhat disappointing and flat&muddy. The vocals also seem a little suppressed. Luckily i found it at a good price but did anyone else find the sound quality not very good?
Aradwyn Aradwyn
This I'm pretty sure is a bootleg. The Japanese writing on the obi is totally unreadable to a Japanese reader. In other words, fake Japanese writing. I know, because my wife is Japanese, and when she saw it, she laughted hysterically. On the other hand, it is a well-made bootleg. They must have ripped it off a CD recording.
Marirne Marirne
The sound is good for me as well. But for sure it is a bootleg, and really really sure it is not from Japan.
Cordalas Cordalas
I don’t think this is from a CD. Definition and clarity is a lot better than the CD I own.
Hiylchis Hiylchis
I think this is what I have but on red vinyl and no OBI.
watching to future watching to future
Unofficial reissue/facsimile of the same Japanese release from 1977.