Take Me To The River - Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings And Food (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Grozuru Reply
    The band Talking Heads recorded the song for their second album More Songs About Buildings and Food (). Their version, recorded with co-producer Brian Eno in Nassau, Bahamas, was edited and released as a single, and reached # 26 on the US Billboard Hot in , as well as hitting the singles charts in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Thomas Ryan wrote of Talking Heads.
  2. Gardagal Reply
    More Songs About Buildings and Food included a cover of Al Green 's " Take Me to the River." This broke Talking Heads into the general public's consciousness and gave the band their first Billboard Top 30 hit. Talking Heads perform at El Mocambo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  3. Vimuro Reply
    More Songs About Buildings And Food: Sire 26 XOT: Album LP: 14/07/ 7" Edit: Take Me To The River: Sire SRE Single 7" Single: 08/ Take Me To The River: Sire SIR Single 7" Single: 10/ Take Me To The River: Sire Single 7" Single: Live On Tour: Warner WBMS Album LP:
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    Sep 04,  · 15 videos Play all Talking Heads 🏭 More Songs About Buildings and Food (full album) elycocteau Talking Heads Artists Only Live Boarding House KSAN Broadcasat - Duration:
  5. Tygojind Reply
    And Chris said, 'You call it more songs about buildings and food.'"[4] More Songs About Buildings and Food was released on July 21, [5] It peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The album's one single, a cover of the Al Green hit "Take Me to the River", peaked at number 26 on the Pop Singles chart in In the album.
  6. Nishakar Reply
    Lyrics. Talking Heads I don't know why I love her like I do All the changes you put me through Take my money, my cigarettes I haven't seen the worst of it yet I want to know that you'll tell me I love to stay Take me to the river, drop me in the water Take me to the river, dip me in the water Washing me down, washing me down I don't know why you treat me so bad Think of all the .
  7. Tosho Reply
    On More Songs about Buildings and Food, David Byrne sings the word feelingssssss with a puppy's yelp that turns into a snaky hiss. Even the ostensibly jubilant "Thank You for Sending Me an Angel" hurtles to an abrupt coitus interruptus: "But first, show me what you can do!" If, in one song, Byrne chides the girls for ignoring the boys ("Girls.
  8. Mutaxe Reply
    Talking Heads collaborated with producer Brian Eno on More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music, and Remain in Light. Talking Heads covered Al Green 's song " Take Me to the River " on their second album, More Songs About Buildings and Food.
  9. Zukasa Reply
    Jul 07,  · Talking Heads' second studio album, "More Songs About Buildings & Food" is nonstop fun - minus the silly album title. David Byrne really "flexed" his unique songwriting ability on tracks like "Stay Hungry" (a moody dance track), "Warning Sign" (love the cool bass solo, courtesy of Tina Weymouth), and the Bruce Springsteen-esque, "The Big Country"/5().

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