This song floors me. It’s great on record, fantastic live.
Here’s Eno talking about the creation of the song, discussing how the song pretty much came through them. Which is what I think the best art does and best artists do: it’s allowed to be revealed, and the artists are ego-less enough to get the hell out of the way.
Eno in The Independent:
Eno fought hard to keep the band from messing too much with the original track. “These fucking guys,” he says with a smile, “they’re supposed to be so spiritual — they don’t spot a miracle when it hits them in the face. Nothing like that ever happened to me in the studio in my whole life.”