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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 12:48pm

 Coaxial wrote:
Watched the full interview the other night. He came across very well.

Same for the DemocracyNow interview.
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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 8:21am



 miamizsun wrote:


because scottish?

i enjoy the byrne in smallish doses
 

I'm a big fan.
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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 6:02am

Watched the full interview the other night. He came across very well.

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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 5:05am

Going to NYC in the middle of January to see American Utopia - from Florida.... yea, I'm crazy but I figure there won't be any tourists -


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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 4:05am

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This whole project seems really stilted. I know it's David Byrne so that sort of goes without saying, but it just hasn't done a thing for me.
 

because scottish?

i enjoy the byrne in smallish doses
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Posted: Dec 2, 2019 - 3:00am

If you're a fan of DB you can grab an e-book copy of his work "How Music Works" for $1.99 at Amazon...
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Posted: Dec 1, 2019 - 2:26pm



 R_P wrote:
 

This whole project seems really stilted. I know it's David Byrne so that sort of goes without saying, but it just hasn't done a thing for me.
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Posted: Dec 1, 2019 - 11:32am

David Byrne on His Broadway Show “American Utopia,” Talking Heads, Reasons to Be Cheerful & More

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Posted: Feb 20, 2016 - 2:38pm

Best David Byrne impersonator yet!
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Posted: Jul 2, 2012 - 8:39am

thanks! listening to the steam now. he always has a great collection of music going.
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Posted: Jul 2, 2012 - 8:05am

From David Byrne Journal —

07.01.12: Here Lies Love Inspirations
Posted: 01 Jul 2012 05:00 AM PDT

I just got back from North Adams Massachusetts where we—with support from the Public Theater and Williamstown Theater Festival—mounted a full-length theatrical workshop production of Here Lies Love.

This image was captured by one of the cast members, Evan D'Angeles, in a moment when our rehearsal was interrupted by the fire alarm

The story follows former first lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos, from her childhood up to the moment at the end of the People Power revolution when she and Ferdinand Marcos flee Manila (the infamous shoes were yet to be discovered, so they are not mentioned). Here Lies Love is entirely true and much of the lyric content comes from speeches and interviews the various characters gave over the years.

The production is a disco musical that I (with occasional help from Fatboy Slim) have been working on for many years. The production is directed by Alex Timbers and features a mostly Filipino cast of amazingly talented actors and singers. To make a long story short—it went amazingly well. Yes, there were problems, but all of them seem fixable. The main issues we were concerned with before the series of live performances were the following:

1.  Can a story be imparted with almost no dialogue, and

2.  Can we stage this "beast" (as Oskar at the Public Theater refers to it)—the reason Oskar calls the staging a “beast” is because the audience stands (and dances!) in the middle of the room while the action of the production takes place all around them.

The answer to both concerns is yes—the staging and the concept work. It works so well that I sort of cried at every performance. I attended all six performances, as we kept making small changes. To be honest, my tears at one show were because the sound mix was so atrocious, but at the others I cried because I was deeply moved by the story and emotions that the actors depicted. Now, one might say, “Sure, he knows the story inside and out,” and some might think that I got emotional because I was simply thrilled by seeing my vision finally realized—but I think some others may have had the same experience. In the end, I'd say it's the best thing I've done since the Stop Making Sense tour—which I guess is saying something.

The music, much of it done in collaboration with Fatboy Slim, is influenced by about 4 decades of dance music, much of which I have posted on this months’ streaming radio playlist. Funk, electro, disco, house, go-go, techno, samba, zouk, dubstep... I could go on and on. The score doesn't follow any particular club style—it hops all over to better represent each character's moment. This playlist is long (over seven hours of inspiration!) and it could have been longer—but this gives you an idea of the many beats and styles that fed into this thing.

DB
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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 - 9:37am

 Coaxial wrote:

Cool, I thought I saw that Sean was sick...Well, sicker, er, you know?

I'm doing as good as I can. Freedom from pain returned last night after a 10 day absence so I've got that going for me.{#Hug}

 

oh yea, we've been sick for months back and forth, never totally getting rid of it.... it's something we've nearly gotten used to

So.glad.to.hear about the no pain
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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 - 9:34am

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we're good. in philly this w.e. Mom's good. She tripped the other day and hit her forehead on a chair, but protected her knee so she's OK.... a bit sore. All's well with us tho. You? 

 
Cool, I thought I saw that Sean was sick...Well, sicker, er, you know?

I'm doing as good as I can. Freedom from pain returned last night after a 10 day absence so I've got that going for me.{#Hug}
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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 - 9:29am

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Hey Steph, thanks for sharing. How's Sean doing? How's Swiss Mom doing with her second new knee?
 

we're good. in philly this w.e. Mom's good. She tripped the other day and hit her forehead on a chair, but protected her knee so she's OK.... a bit sore. All's well with us tho. You? 
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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 - 9:26am

 meower wrote: 
Hey Steph, thanks for sharing. How's Sean doing? How's Swiss Mom doing with her second new knee?

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Posted: Jan 21, 2012 - 9:09am

worth a listen:

http://www.studio360.org/2012/jan/20/david-byrne-and-the-birth-of-talking-heads/


The new DVD Talking Heads: Chronology contains film and video of Talking Heads in performance going all the way back to 1975 - before the advent of camcorders, and two years before the release of the band's first LP.

Kurt Andersen talks with David Byrne, the band's principal singer and songwriter, about the group's early years. In an era of punk decadence, Talking Heads created a pop revolution by combining tight, funk-based rhythms, a clean-cut image, and themes of anxiety and social isolation. Kurt brings up the early song "I'm Not in Love," in which Byrne wonders, "Do people really fall in love?" "I was just asking all the most super-obvious questions," explains Byrne, who has said recently that he may have had Asperberger's syndrome as a young person. "Why do humans, people, we do these things? And how does it work?


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Posted: Sep 30, 2010 - 5:40pm

DB journal entry on Detroit.  Amazing.

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Posted: May 8, 2010 - 8:00pm

David Byrne, speaking of the young US vs. older, more 'civilized' Europe: 'Our wildness is often a well of creativity and gumption; it’s a font of opportunity and hope, a draw and seduction for immigrants, and maybe equally an explanation for the extremes and prevalence of stupidity that exist in the US as well.'



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Posted: Apr 27, 2010 - 6:29pm

DaveinVA, don't look!



David Byrne BBtv interview re 'Playing the Building'

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