21 Songs, 1 Hour 30 Minutes


Apple Digital Master


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Bisford ,

Psycho - killer therapy

Just saw this on Broadway tonight. Can't stop grinning. 16 when Stop Making Sense came out. Surrel check-in at 50. David Byrne as gospel preacher and sublime kindergarten teacher. The man is a genious and the whole show if playful and joyous. Sheer talent on stage. Rhythms beyond comprehension. Thank you from Alexandria VA!

Smokie0987654321 ,

Standing Ovation

I had no idea what to expect? What I experienced at the Hudson Theater was all of yesterday, today, and even the hope of tomorrow with a seminal artist, his band, and a professionally done and highly entertaining show. This stands with some of his best work, and that is a mighty big statement!

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.

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