Eno’s forgotten more about music than we scruffy reviewers will ever know, let alone hope to know. Take for instance the 55-second track of … nothing. Many people will, I’m sure, think it might be a glitch on the recording. But if you look at the track listing, it’s listed as “Silence.” Very few musicians use silence as punctuation, but it’s an effective tool when used properly.
Drums Between The Bells is, hands down, a masterpiece. Every time I've listened, I've added or changed something I’ve written in this review. I plan to listen to the CD again, but not before this review is published.