I Know Bono and He Knows Ono and She Knows Eno

A 25th anniversary edition of Brian Eno’s 1995 diaries show just how much has changed since that time, the author included.

David Byrne working with producer Brian Eno. Credit: Lynn Goldsmith / Corbis / VCG via Getty Images.

Reissued for its twenty-fifth anniversary, Brian Eno’s A Year with Swollen Appendices is an expanded, experimental diary, covering a single year: 1995. Most famous for his work in the 1970s, Eno may not be the first person who comes to mind when considering the culture of the mid-1990s: one might associate it most with Britpop […]

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