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Same As It Ever Was Embrace the Music of the Talking Headsnew

When Curtis Gergen put Same As It Ever Was together, he didn't want to have anything to do with fronting a lousy cover band. He wanted to respectfully and wholeheartedly have a blast playing the unique music of the Talking Heads.
Charleston City Paper  |  T. Ballard Lesemann  |  06-01-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Road to Somewhere: David Byrne's Energizing 'Bicycle Diaries'new

The underlying message here is that while bicycling may be a political movement, it can also be liberating and fun at the same time. I'm hoping Byrne's book now heralds bicycling's offbeat entry into the American mainstream, just as his wacky persona hit the big time thanks to our parents' taste in pop music.
The Portland Mercury  |  Matt Davis  |  09-25-2009  |  Nonfiction

Ten Discs With Indie Spiritnew

Look here for alternative albums of 2004 that whump and rock yer face off.
SF Weekly  |  Rob Harvilla  |  12-21-2004  |  Music

What to Expect From New Reissues by Music Trailblazersnew

Inaccurately lumped into the punk genre because of their affiliation with CBGB, New York City's Talking Heads proved much more resilient, eclectic and arguably more creative than their thrashing contemporaries.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Hal Horowitz  |  09-15-2004  |  Reviews

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