Apollo - Atmospheres and Soundtracks


When Neil Armstrong first stepped outside Eagle, the lunar module of the Apollo 11 spacecraft, and set foot on the surface of the moon at 2.56am UTC on 21 July 1969, it was deservedly seen as an epochal, awe-inspiring technological achievement. However, there was as much wonder to be derived from pondering the human aspect. What did it feel like? It took no less than Brian Eno to put that feeling into music, over a decade later, with the Apollo: Atmospheres And Soundtracks album, initially commissioned for a documentary but with an afterlife that has seen it hailed as one of the most important ambient electronica albums of all time.

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