In the world of experimental and abstract music, there are no more than two degrees of separation between Brian Eno and everyone else. This is the man who, after all, is credited with inventing ambient music, and his influence is deep and wide.
But Eno, 60, is also the man who produced or co-produced some of history's biggest pop and rock albums, including U2's "The Joshua Tree" and the best-selling album of 2008, Coldplay's "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends."
Eno, born in Suffolk, England, has experimented with sound and composition since he began making music, although he originally considered himself a non-musician.
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