Brian Eno released Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks in 1983. It was his ninth studio album, but cannot really be called the work of a solo artist. Eno had written, produced and performed the work in collaboration with his brother Roger and Canadian musician Daniel Lanois. The ambient music would find its way onto film scores and this blog (‘An Ending (Ascent)‘). Today, ‘Deep Blue Day’ is more famous for being the soundtrack to the toilet scene in Trainspotting than its original purpose as the music for a documentary on the NASA space program.