Our Top 10 Brian Eno Songs list takes a look at the music that Brian Eno released on his solo albums. For this list we will star with his first album and selectively chooses songs from his catalog of solo albums in chronological order.
# 10 – Baby’s On Fire
Since we are doing this Brian Eno Songs list in chronological order, there is no way we could pass on listing one of the most cherished Brian Eno songs of all time. “Baby’s On Fire,” was released on Brian Eno’s first album Here Come the Warm Jets . The great album was released in 1974. Listen to that amazing guitar solo by Robert Fripp at the end. The video will freak you out!
# 9 – Third Uncle
The great track “Third Uncle,” was released on Brian Eno’s second album entitled Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) The album was released in 1974. “Third Uncle,” was the opening track on the records second side.
# 8 – Sky Saw
Tough to pick only one track from Brian Eno’s amazing third album entitled Another Green World. The track “Sky Saw” also featured Phil Collins on drums and John Cale on viola.
# 7 – The Big Ship
Well we could not do it. We had to pick at least one more. “The Big Ship,” is a legendary Brian Eno Song. We could not pass on this one.
# 6 – Discreet Music
This haunting and beautiful in the same breath. Side one of Brian Eno’s Discreet Music album should not be missed.
# 5 – King’s Lead Hat
“King’s Lead Hat,” was released as a single from the album Before and After Science . Its one of those very addicting Brian Eno Songs with a most memorable vocal. The album was released in 1977.
# 4 – Thursday Afternoon
The ambient Brian Eno at his best. This one was released in 1985.
# 3 – Fractal Zoom
We jump ahead another seven years to 1992 and a return to rock with the Nerve Net album. “Fractal Zoom,” was the album’s opening number.
# 2 – And Then So Clear
This one is absolutely stunning. The beautiful track And Then So Clear was released on the album Another Day on Earth. The album was released in 2005.
# 1 – Fickle Sun (iii) I’m Set Free’
The closing movement from Brian Eno’s 2016 album The Ship is the perfect way to end our chronological Top 10 Brian Eno Songs List.