50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Talking Heads' ‘Stop Making Sense’ (1984)
released. Recorded over three days in Los Angles as part of the Talking Heads’ 1984 tour to support 50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Talking Heads' ‘Stop Making Sense’ (1984) Talking Heads ” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. TALKING HEADS | Stop Making Sense
Happy Birthday to David Byrne, Born May 14, 1952
changing the name of the band to Talking Heads and enlisting onetime Modern Lover Jerry Harrison, the that year's Talking Heads LP, also named True Stories. In 1988, he wrote the score to the Jonathan . Discography (Talking Heads): Amazon | iTunes Discography (David Byrne): Amazon | iTunes Listen: Talking Heads as Talking Heads' complex polyrhythms -- inspired him to form his own record label, Luaka Bop, to group signed to Sire Records. A series of LPs, including the debut Talking Heads '77, 1978's More Songs
Talking Heads’ ‘Speaking in Tongues’ Turns 35 | An Anniversary Retrospective
released June 1, 1983. Few bands from the ’70s and ’80s were anything like Talking Heads. They were a weird Talking Heads’ ‘Speaking in Tongues’ Turns 35 | An Anniversary Retrospective Talking Heads Happy 35th Anniversary to Talking Heads’ fifth studio album Speaking in Tongues, originally album Speaking in Tongues, released 35 years ago, demonstrates their expertise. Talking Heads were recording music in the mid to late ’70s. Talking Heads were known for being both ahead of their time and music wasn’t something that many rock bands attempted in the late ’70s, but the Talking Heads pulled it
Talking Heads’ ‘More Songs About Buildings and Food’ Turns 40 | An Anniversary Retrospective
Roxy Music effect is worn well by Talking Heads, and has aged even better over the past 40 years. In , originally released July 14, 1978. Talking Heads’ album More Songs About Buildings and Food is Talking Heads . Among the several reasons this album is a bright spot in Talking Heads’ catalog is the group’s first top Happy 40th Anniversary to Talking Heads’ second studio album More Songs About Buildings and Food 1978, Talking Heads were still very punk rock. While in New York to produce More Songs About Buildings Talking Heads’ ‘More Songs About Buildings and Food’ Turns 40 | An Anniversary Retrospective
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Talking Heads’ Debut Album ‘Talking Heads: 77’
something different about Talking Heads. Lead singer David Byrne came off as that weird, but likable Happy 40th Anniversary to Talking Heads’ Debut Album Talking Heads: 77, originally released Talking Heads , almost detached delivery of the vocals on their debut album Talking Heads: 77 exemplified the Big Apple in 1977 in the midst of recording Talking Heads: 77. Throughout their career, Talking Heads managed TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Talking Heads’ Debut Album ‘Talking Heads: 77’ September 16, 1977. By no means were Talking Heads a conventional band. They were vastly different from any Talking Heads: 77’ is an exciting introduction to a band that found their voice long before they even signed a record deal.
Remembering Bernie Worrell Today on What Would Have Been His 74th Birthday (Born 4/19/44)
. He then joined Talking Heads as a session man and went on tour with them throughout the '80s
IN MEMORIAM 2016: Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Bernie Worrell
prominently featured on Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense, my favorite live album of all-time. Bernie’s
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eccentric Talking Heads. And what makes the album sound fresh is that you don’t know where its
Happy Birthday to Bootsy Collins, Born October 26, 1951
also did some special projects, such as a 1984 collaboration with Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads -- using
Happy Birthday to Johnny Marr, Born October 31, 1963
appearances on records by the likes of Talking Heads and Kirsty MacColl before joining Matt Johnson's The
Remembering Robert Palmer Today on What Would Have Been His 69th Birthday (Born 1/19/49)
Heads' Chris Frantz which yielded the club hit "Looking for Clues." After 1983's Pride, Palmer experimentation continued with 1980's Clues, a foray into synth-pop aided by Gary Numan and Talking
Living Colour’s Debut Album ‘Vivid’ Turns 30 | An Anniversary Retrospective
profile, the band chose to cover Talking Heads’ “Memories Can’t Wait.” Talking Heads in their own
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Talking Heads-esque funk groove that laments the isolating escapism of nightly club-hopping and empty
Happy Birthday to Thom Yorke, Born October 7, 1968
, before being changed to Radiohead, which they'd swiped from the title of a song on Talking Heads' True
ALBUM REVIEW: St. Vincent Elevates Her Rock Star Status, Flexes Her Pop Chops on ‘MASSEDUCTION’
a riff on a Philip Glass opera for 2017, with fuzzy guitars and punchy Talking Heads horns. In the
Happy 70th Birthday to Brian Eno, Born May 15, 1948
seminal no wave compilation No New York and in 1978 began a long, fruitful union with Talking Heads, his
Happy Birthday to Lady Miss Kier, Born August 15, 1963
Weymouth (Talking Heads), Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth) and MC Lyte. In 1991, Lady Miss Kier was an award
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 30 Years of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’
Talking Heads’ “And She Was,” spent three days filming Michael on 35mm camera before his team of
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album on it and blew my mind. On side B was Talking Heads: 77. Tom Tom Club | Tom Tom Club (1981
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: The Romantics’ “Talking in Your Sleep” (1983)
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: The Romantics’ “Talking in Your Sleep” (1983)
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