these albums include work for art projects, exhibitions and installations, sound design for for special events, or just music which for whatever reason were never officially released. unlike the unreleased, rare, or bootlegged material of other artists, which are often second rate, the quality of these works are as high as any of the official recordings, and just as rewarding.
"I Dormienti" sounds like something from around the time of Shuttov Assembly, carefully yet randomly placed sounds including vocal snippets hover in a timeless ether. "Music For Prague" is as far as I can tell for solo piano, monochomatic and elegiac. "White Cube" are pieces for installations, and mostly comprised of grey-scale textured drones. "Textures" is a collection of varied short pieces, some even with beats. "Kite Stories" are luxuriant sun-soaked dreams on a summer afternoon... and "Bell Studies" is what it sounds like, Eno's treatment of sustained bell tones - needless to say: gorgeous.
big-up original uploader Trainwreck on SFRP.
there are a few more out there (like the album "Contra"), if anyone has them feel free to post in comments. cheers.
(note: couldn't find a cover for Music For Prague so I took about 15 seconds and made one - don't be too harsh you design nerds out there)
Brian Eno - I Dormienti
Brian Eno - Music for Prague
Brian Eno - Extracts From Music For White Cube
Brian Eno - January 07003 Bell Studies For The Clock Of The Long Now
Brian Eno - Textures
Brian Eno - Kite Stories