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New Feeling - Talking Heads - Talking Heads: 77 (CD, Album)

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  1. Talking Heads were an American new wave band who, between and , recorded 96 songs, 12 of which were not officially released until after their break-up. The group has been described as "one of the most acclaimed bands of the post-punk era" by AllMusic and among the most "adventurous" bands in rock history by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.. After leaving art school, Talking Heads.
  2. The Talking Heads' debut is an album of sensation, like the exuberance of a newborn reacting to the powerful, sudden influx of stimulus after those months in sensory deprivation incubating. It has a feel of David Byrne having just broken out of a cloning lab in some dystopian alternate timeline, landed in futuristic disco America and started writing songs about his coming to grips .
  3. Jan 31,  · It's not yesterday anymore I go visiting, I talk loud I try to make myself clear In front of a face that's nearer Than it's ever been before.
  4. • Track CD Sire single #SRE (10/3/77). Recorded during the Talking Heads: 77 sessions. Same personnel and recording information as for tracks • Track CD Sire single #SRE (1/78) [B-side of "Psycho Killer"]. Recorded during the Talking Heads: 77 sessions. Same personnel and recording information as for tracks /5().
  5. The leadoff track of the debut album, Talking Heads: 77, "Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town," was a pop song that emphasized the group's unlikely roots in late-'60s bubblegum, Motown, and Caribbean music. But the "Uh-Oh" gave away the group's game early, with its nervous, disconnected lyrics and David Byrne 's strained voice/
  6. Talking Heads were a new wave band which formed in in New York City, New York, United States. The band originally consisted of David Byrne (vocals, guitar), Tina Weymouth (bass) and Chris Frantz (drums), who had met while attending the Rhode Island School of Design. The band added Jerry Harrison (keyboards & guitar) in early The band released eight studio albums .
  7. Apr 23,  · Talking Heads 77 feels both like the culmination of the band’s days as downtown New York darlings and the primordial origin of their late-’70s-early-’80s masterpieces.
  8. "Talking Heads: 77" delivers an elegant rage that feels cut from the darkest streets of the city, wearing the sheen of an artistic vibe that would feel at home just outside of Studio 54, not.
  9. "Talking Heads: 77" is a great introduction to the New Wave sound of Talking Heads. David Byrne's charming performances and writing are on full display here, and the catchy lyrics and great instrumentation help further this, at the time, very new sound.

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