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By Jim Harrington One of the greatest partnerships to ever occur in the recording studio was the pairing of vocalist-songwriter David Byrne and producer Brian Eno.
Black Kids "Partie Traumatic" (Columbia) Why have the members of Black Kids made such a splash with their debut album? Because they get it.
By Consolmagno, Guy Stop Making Sense By The Talking Heads (Palm Pictures, 1984, 1999) Spiritual classics are inspirational works, tested by time, designed to bring one closer to God. G. K. Chesterton and John Henry Newman come to mind.
By Jeff Miers To the average listener whoever that is, and however you choose to measure him or her -- the names Brian Eno and David Byrne might be considered peripheral to the mainstream.
By Stephen Brown STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - When musician David Byrne says he is going to "play a factory" in Stockholm, he is not planning a gig at a trendy new venue, but talking literally.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.