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Talking Heads ‎– Saratoga Psycho CD
Talking Heads ‎– Saratoga Psycho CDTalking Heads ‎– Saratoga Psycho CD

Talking Heads ‎– Saratoga Psycho CD

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Product Description

Label: Good Ship Funke ‎– GSF003
Format: CD, Album, Unofficial Release
Country: UK
Released: 08 Jun 2015
Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul
Style: New Wave
Tracklist

1 Psycho Killer
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
5:23
2 Heaven
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
6:30
3 Cities
Written-By – Byrne*
5:00
4 Big Blue Plymouth (Eyes Wide Open)
Written-By – Byrne*
4:36
5 Burning Down The House
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
4:01
6 Life During Wartime
Written-By – Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
5:44
7 This Must Be The Place
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
5:23
8 Once In A Lifetime
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, Weymouth*
5:22
9 Big Business / I Zimbra
Written-By – Byrne*
8:40
10 Houses In Motion
Written-By – Eno*, Frantz*, Byrne*, Harrison*, weymouth*
6:37
11 Genius Of Love
Written-By – Belew*, Frantz*, Stanley*, Weymouth*
7:25
12 Girlfriend Is Better
Written-By – Byrne*
6:12
13 Take Me To The River
Written-By – Green*, Hodges*
8:16

The material performed in the set encompasses the breadth of the Heads' and its members' output. The mesmerizing classic Psycho Killer is drawn from the debut album, 'Talking Heads 77' and an extended workout on their compelling hit single cover of Al Green's Take Me to the River, came from the group's sophomore release 'More Songs About Buildings and Food'. Heaven, Cities, Life During Wartime and I Zimba were all originally featured on 1979's 'Fear of Music'. Their Brian Eno-produced 1980 gold album 'Remain in Light' is recalled by outstanding versions of both of its singles, Once in a Lifetime and Houses in Motion. Amongst the band members' varied side-projects, David Byrne's score for Twyler Tharp's dance event 'The Catherine Wheel' (1981) is represented by live versions of Big Blue Plymouth and Big Business, and the Tom Tom Club's early hit Genius of Love also makes a welcome appearance in the set. Talking Heads own current album 'Speaking In Tongues' is showcased by excellent versions of Burning down the House, Home (This Must be the Place?) and Girlfriend is Better (from whose lyric Demme's film-title 'Stop Making Sense' was drawn).