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Brian Eno - David Byrne - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts Album Download

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Performer: Brian Eno - David Byrne
Title: My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts
Country: US
Released: Feb 1981
Style: Avantgarde, Experimental, Funk
Category: Electronic / Rock / Funk & Soul
Rating: 4.7
Catalog #: SRK 6093
Label: Sire


1The Jezebel Spirit
Drums [Bass Drum], Percussion [Can] – Prairie PrinceDrums [Bata], Percussion [Sticks] – Mingo LewisOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Unidentified Exorcist, New York, September 1980.
2Help Me Somebody
Congas, Percussion [Metals] – Steve ScalesDrums – John CookseyOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Reverend Paul Morton, Broadcast Sermon, New Orleans, June 1980.
3America Is Waiting
Arranged By – Brian Eno, David Byrne, David Van Tieghem, Tim Wright Arranged By, Bass – Bill LaswellBass [Click] – Tim Wright Drums, Percussion – David Van TieghemOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Unidentified Indignant Radio Host, San Francisco, April 1980
Drums – John CookseyOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Algerian Muslims Chanting Qu'Ran. (Same Source As A3)
Arranged By – Brian Eno, Busta Jones, Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Robert FrippBass – Busta JonesDrums – Chris Frantz, David Van TieghemOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Dunya Yusin, Lebanese Mountain Singer. (From 'The Human Voice In The World Of Islam' Tangent Records Tgs 131)Percussion – David Van Tieghem
6Mea Culpa
Drums [Bodhran] – Dennis KeeleyOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Inflamed Caller And Smooth Politician Replying, Both Unidentified. Radio Call-In Show, New York, July 1979
7Come With Us
Other [Vocal Sample Source] – Unidentified Radio Evangelist, San Francisco, April 1980.
8Mountain Of Needles2:35
9The Carrier
Drums [Bass Drum], Percussion [Can] – Prairie PrinceDrums [Bata], Percussion [Sticks] – Mingo LewisOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Dunya Yusin. (See A3)
10A Secret Life
Other [Vocal Sample Source] – Samira Tewfik, Egyptian Popular Singer. (From 'Les Plus Grandes Artistes Du Monde Arabe' Emi Records)
11Moonlight In Glory
Congas, Percussion [Agong-gong] – Jose RossyOther [Vocal Sample Source] – Moving Star Hall Singers, Sea Islands, Georgia. (From 'The Moving Star Hall Singers' Folways Fs 3841)., The


  • CoverBrian Eno
  • EngineerDave Jerden, Eddie Korvin, John Potoker, Neal Teeman, Stacy Baird
  • Engineer [Assistant]Don Mack, George Sloane, Howard Johnston, Hugh Dwyer, Michael Ewasko
  • Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer, Drums, Percussion, Other [Found Objects], ProducerBrian Eno, David Byrne
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • TypographyPeter Saville


℗ & © 1981 Sire Records Company
Made in U.S.A.

Title from a novel by Amos Tutuola.

A1. Unidentified indignant radio host, San Francisco, April 1980.
A2. Inflamed caller and smooth politician replying, both unidentified. Radio call-in show, New York, July 1979.
A3. Dunya Yusin, Lebanese mountain singer (from 'The Human Voice in the World of Islam' Tangent Records TGS 131).
A4. Reverend Paul Morton, broadcast sermon, New Orleans, June 1980.
A5. Unidentified exorcist, New York, September 1980.
B1. Algerian Muslims chanting Qu'ran (same source as A3).
B2. The Moving Star Hall Singers, Sea Islands, Georgia (from 'The Moving Star Hall Singers' Folkways FS 3841).
B3. Dunya Yusin (see A3).
B4. Samira Tewfik, Egyptian popular singer (from 'Les Plus Grandes Artistes du Monde Arabe' EMI Records).
B5. Unidentified radio evangelist, San Francisco, April 1980.

On later editions of this album the track "Qu'ran" was omitted for religious reasons.


  • Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
  • Marketed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – RPM Studios
  • Recorded At – Blue Rock Studio
  • Recorded At – Eldorado Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Different Fur Studios
  • Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound