Music for *real* airports?
I haven't heard Black Dog, nor do I intend to. However: Eno's Ambient 1 was actually used as an installation piece at San Francisco Int'l Airport in the mid '70s (commissioned by them I think). The intention was music that could be listened to at several levels, as 'muzak' on up to a more centering sound in the midst of busy kerfuffle. It worked, and still works. If I want anxious and disgruntled air trael, I'll fly through Newark, not download an album. Brian Eno 1 Black Dog 0