It looks like this was actually released in 2003, but it’s new to me:
Expanding on an article he’d written for Musician Magazine, Lester Bangs decided to expand and expound on the curious subject that is art-rock legend Brian Eno. Including not just an overview of Eno’s life and recording career, Bangs did extensive interviews with Eno also, accompanying him to shows and recording sessions. This work was meant to be a chapter in a book mirroring A.B. Spellman’s Four Lives In the Bebop Business, focusing on other artists such as Marianne Faithful, Danny Fields and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins. The tentative title for the book was Beyond the Law: Four Rock ‘n’ Roll Extremists.
Sadly, the book itself was never completed though the chapter on Eno was finished around 1979/1980. Never published until now, this thorough examination of Eno’s work during the ’70’s is a lost treasure that shouldn’t be buried or lost.
BRIAN ENO: A SANDBOX IN ALPHAVILLE by Lester Bangs