Brian Eno’s catalogue is a little intimidating. He has served as producer on a long list of massively influential albums, has an equally long list of original solo work, and is a very competent visual art. He is also pioneer in the genre of ambient music and continues to produce free floating experimental albums which are pretty much devoid of musical precedent. Here is one of his best articulated pieces of ambient music and a good introduction to one section of Brian Eno’s creative universe. Thursday Afternoon was produced in 1984 with some help from Daniel Lanois and serves the soundtrack to a visual painting of the same name. Enjoy.