Talking Heads - The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (Live 2 LP Set (1977-1979) / (1980-1981)) album flac
Inc. ℗ 1979 Sire Records Company. The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (Expanded & Remastered).
The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads is a double live album by Talking Heads, originally released in 1982. The first disc featured the original quartet in recordings from 1977 and 1979, and the second disc the expanded ten-piece lineup that toured in 1980 and 1981. The album contains live versions of songs that appear on their first four studio albums, Talking Heads: 77, More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music, and Remain in Light
Mixed By – Butch Jones, Talking Heads. Percussion – Dolette McDonald (tracks: C3), Steve Scales (tracks: C1 to D3), Tina Weymouth (tracks: C3). Producer – Talking Heads. A: Recorded live @ Northern Studio, Maynard, Mass. C-D: Recorded live @ Emerald City, Cherry Hill,N. Nov 8-9,1980 Central Park, New York City, Aug 27,1980 and Sun Plaza Concert Hall, Tokyo,Japan, Feb 27,1981. Other Versions (5 of 61) View All. Cat
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The album contains live versions of songs that appear on Talking Heads: 77, More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music, and Remain in Light. The title of the album is a reference both to the group'. iscover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The album contains live versions of songs that appear on Talking Heads: 77, More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music, and Remain in Light.
1 New Feeling Byrne 2 A Clean Break Byrne 3 Don't Worry About the Government Byrne 4 Pulled Up Byrne 5 Psycho Killer Byrne, Frantz, Weymouth 6 Artists Only Byrne, Zieve 7 Stay Hungry Byrne, Frantz 8 Air Byrne 9 Love - Building on Fire Byrne 10 Memories Can't Wait Byrne, Harrison 11 I Zimbra Ball, Byrne, Eno 12.
Album · 1982 · 33 Songs. Talking Heads 77 (Deluxe Version). Speaking In Tongues (Bonus Track Version). Stop Making Sense (Live).
35 years ago today, Talking Heads released their first album and underlined that there is no the in front of their name, thank you very much. Some still swear by STOP MAKING SENSE as the best Talking Heads live album, and that would certainly be their right, since – as Jane’s Addiction once sang – everybody has their own opinion.
3. Don't Worry About The Government. 4. Pulled Up. 5. Psycho Killer. Life During Wartime. 6. Crosseyed And Painless. 7. Take Me To The River. Other productions from Talking Heads.
Live On Two Legs is decent but it loses its impact since they started releasing all of their shows since 2000 (because there are some in 2000 and 2003 that are among their best shows) and some archival releases pre-2000 like the Soldier Field 95 show they released a few weeks ago. As far as answering the question I’d like to throw in Phish -A Live One and Live At Madison Square Garden 12/31/95, and the Grateful Dead’s Wake Up to Find Out 3/29/90 show. Stop Making Sense is better than Name of This Band (original vinyl and tape). Name of This Band got a big upgrade in the digital era, but it's really like two albums now, not one. FWIW the Blu-Ray of SMS is fucking fantastic. SMS as the greatest concert film of all time is another worthy discussion.