From the brow of the superbrian...
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According to Eno, while David drew the card with the instruction: "Destroy everything" Brian's instruction was: "Change nothing and continue with immaculate consistency". What a fun day that must have been!
(Anal Blammo note: Sorry Brian, but there is no "Destroy everything" card. In fact, the closest is "Destroy - nothing - the most important thing" - Which I guess would produce a similar result.)
Bowie content aside, it's a great listen anyway. The first part includes a play of the first record the young Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno ever bought, Get a Job by The Silhouettes, (a recording also enjoyed by the young David Robert Jones) through to his time with Roxy Music and The Portsmouth Sinfonia.
If you missed that broadcast you still have a few hours to
Presumably the interview will continue this evening with the recording of Lodger and will hopefully touch on the making of 1. Outside, too.