Brian Peter George St.John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno (b.1948)
Although Brian Eno appeared on 25% of Roxy's recorded output, he was one of the founder members and his influence on the music was a major impact on the original Roxy Music sound. He left in July 1973 and pursued a solo career which included the albums Here Come The Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), Another Green World, Before and After Science with which he continued to work with Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera and Paul Thompson. He was also a major contributor to the famous Berlin,Bowie/Eno Trilogy the albums of which are Low, Heroes and Lodger.
He has gone on to do many solo works and has collaborated and produced many artists such as:-
Robert Fripp, David Byrne, Ultravox, U2.
In 1988 he met Bryan Ferry while they were both holidaying in the Carribean, and Bryan invited him to his studio to listen to his latest works when back in London. This re-acquaintance led to Eno working on Mamouna, where he co-wrote the song Wildcat Days with Bryan. He also worked on many pieces that Bryan recorded through the 1990's, that remain unreleased.
And now for a bit of trivia, Eno composed the music that is played at the start-up of Windows 95

Eno is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums