Oscar-Winning Talking Heads and Neil Young Director Jonathan Demme Dies
Jonathan Demme, the Academy Award-winning director of The Silence of the Lambs and several music documentaries, including Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense, has died.
The Story of the Talking Heads’ Pivotal Live Album ‘Stop Making Sense’
From the start, Talking Heads never did things the way they were supposed to.
The Story of Talking Heads’ Masterpiece, ‘Remain in Light’
The seeds of Talking Heads' landmark 'Remain in Light' album were planted on their previous record.
How Talking Heads Marked a Turning Point on ‘Fear of Music’
Released on Aug. 3, 1979, the Talking Heads' Fear of Music found David Byrne's always-offbeat observations set to turbulent, often strikingly ominous music beds that grew out of loose, but ultimately uncredited full-band jams.
How Talking Heads Avoided the Sophomore Jinx on ‘More Songs About Buildings and Food’
Talking Heads managed to avoid the dreaded sophomore jinx on their second album, 'More Songs About Buildings and Food.'
How the Talking Heads Made Their Americana Move on ‘Little Creatures’
After spending the past decade or so jumping from one genre to the next, Talking Heads' 1985 album Little Creatures was both an unexpected and a most expected move.
How Talking Heads Found the Sweet Spot With ‘Speaking in Tongues’
Talking Heads found the right balance between their artistic and pop sensibilities on May 31, 1983 with 'Speaking in Tongues.'
David Byrne Recalls ‘Healing’ Power of Expanded Talking Heads Lineup
Talking Heads' shift to an expanded lineup in the mid-'80s coincided with some of the band's most critically and commercially successful recordings, but for singer David Byrne, the band's musical growth led to even more important personal growth.