21 Songs, 1 Hour 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

besimple ,

Shifts The Focus

The show itself is a wonder and this album doesn't really capture it because of the strong visuals on stage, but it does highlight the musicianship that was onstage. It's somewhat a jukebox musical, but only in the broadest sense. About half Talking Heads tunes and the other half independant projects played by what is in effect, a drum corp. There's not really a narritive in the show, just a theme of learning to make connections to people, when your brain isn't really wired to do so easily. It asks a lot of question and gives hopeful answers. I wish they had left the dialog in which give context to the tunes. Better yet a video of the whole show, but until then, this does nicely.

The Bradleyss ,

What to Say

What to say about David Byrne? He won't work with the Talking Heads, but he keeps cashing in on their work. In yet another reincarnation of the Heads greatest work, he turns I Zimbra and more into a Broadway show. Why? Again, it's called cashing out.

And it's just as big a bore as Pete Townshend spending a half century recycling Tommy, or Green Day pretending they're punks while devoting years to producing Broadway versions of their previously released records.

It's borrrrrrrrrrrrringggggggggg.

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