Ferox 023. 12 inch Vinyl Single.
Ian o'Brien plays piano, guitar, bass, drums, uniquely blending his sound with electronic/computer based music to make something different. His 1st album 'Desert Scores' was released in 1996. 2 more albums 'Giagntic Days' and 'A History Of Things To Come' followed on UK Peacefrog recs. com/artist/Ian+O'Brien.
Ian O'Brien's tech-house-jazz fusion put him on the map in 1996 as one of the most talented young dance producers, thanks to genre-bending singles for Ferox like "Intelligent Desert" and "Monkey Jazz. Gigantic Days Ian O&.Ian O& Productions - Intelligent Desert III (Move With Time).
Ian Lovett O'Brien (born 3 March 1947) is an Australian breaststroke swimmer of the 1960s who won the 200 metre breaststroke at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo in world record time. He won five Commonwealth Games gold medals and claimed a total of nine individual and six relay titles at the Australian Championships, before retiring at the age of 21 due to financial pressures.
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Listen to music from Ian O'Brien like Vagalume, Monkey Jazz & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ian O'Brien. Originally a UK music scholar, O'Brien was deeply influenced by Detroit techno, especially by Underground Resistance's "Jupiter Jazz," a sound that inspired him to start recording his own music. This feverish Mad Mike disease had him producing tracks first in conjunction with Asad Rizvi under the Memory Tree moniker and then on a solo basis for a variety of UK techno imprints.
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