And there we have it – the years 77 – 82. These were the most fertile years in the Talking Heads story and they are the ones that stand up to most scrutiny.
There's a case to be made that the whole ‘indie' movement (for good or bad) was born with these recordings.
“It's not that I can't find worth in anything. It's just that I can't find worth in enough.”
The tales of a happy old Man.
"Print this out and take it on a train journey or something; the journey is a long one, but it'll be worth the ride."
Where things start to go a little strange.
I have to be careful here as I could end up sounding like a librarian, or an obsessive (which I am).
Catch a wave, folks, surf's up.
If you're wanting to build up a quality music collection, then there's no two ways about it – you need some Dylan. The problem is, where do you start? Well we're going to tell you.
I remember arguing the toss over this album with some guy who felt so betrayed by the fact that you could hear the actual lyrics. Pompous git!
God knows how many side shows GBV members are in; I've got only two CD, Tobin Sprout's Moonflower Plastic, and Doug Gillard's 2006 solo LP Salamander (which are of course, great)...