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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
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 Name of This Band Is Talking Heads is a double live album by Talking Heads, originally released in 1982. 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.
Recorded At – Northern Studio. Mixed By – Butch Jones (tracks: B1 to D3), Ed Stasium (tracks: A1 to A5), Talking Heads (tracks: B1 to D3). Photography By – John Dalton (4). Photography By – Lynn Goldsmith.
Album · 1982 · 33 Songs. Talking Heads 77 (Deluxe Version).
Released March 24, 1982. The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads Tracklist. 1. New Feeling Lyrics. 2. A Clean Break (Let's Work) Lyrics. 3. Don't Worry About The Government Lyrics. 4. Pulled Up Lyrics. This 1982 live double-album contains recordings from two separate periods in the band’s history: the first disc covers sessions from 1977-79 and features the band’s original lineup while the second disc covers sessions from 1980-81 featuring an expanded, 10-piece lineup. The album’s title references the common tendency of fans and the media to cite them as The Talking Heads when the band’s name lacks a definite article and is properly written as Talking Heads. The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads Q&A.
Though Talking Heads definitely had a carefully tailored image, the music always seemed to dominate, as it clearly does on this collection. In any case, this incredible reissue of this once almost lost recording allows anyone to resurrect Talking Heads at their musical peak. 13 people found this helpful. The title of the album is a reference both to the group's preference for having no expressed definite article within the band name (as opposed to "The Talking Heads") and to David Byrne's minimalist introductions to songs. The album opens with one such introduction: "The name of this song is New Feeling. That's what it's about.
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Although most people probably think the only Talking Heads live release is Stop Making Sense, the fact is that there's an earlier, better live album called The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads. Originally released in 1982 on LP and cassette, the album chronicles the growth of the band, both stylistically and personnel-wise. The first LP is the original quartet version of the band, recorded between 1977 and 1979, performing excellent versions of tunes (mostly) off 77 and More Songs About Buildings and Food.
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|A2||Life During Wartime||4:51|
|B1||Take Me To The River||6:31|
|B2||Houses In Motion||6:18|
NotesOn sleeve and cover is written "Promotional copy. Not for Sale.", but it's a counterfeit release.
"From the Sire album The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (2SR 3590)"
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): PRO-A-1033-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): PRO-A-1033-B.
|PRO-A-1033||Talking Heads||The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (12", Promo)||Sire||PRO-A-1033||US||1982|