Home of the brave

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For no particular reason other than being reminded of Laurie Anderson twice last night... The entire Home Of the Brave concert is on youtube. Go and watch it now, thank me later! ;-)

One of my favourite parts - just stunning.... https://youtu.be/mua8Pr6uRso?t=740
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And I just found this rather cool performance by David Byrne :) ... [youtube]07G4xhSefuI[/youtube]
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Very cool indeed. I was a big Talking Heads fan, saw them live once in 82. Probably my favorite concert of all times. I also enjoy 'The Heads' (TH sans David), Adrian Belew and Brian Eno.
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GrooveEnth wrote:
For no particular reason other than being reminded of Laurie Anderson twice last night... The entire Home Of the Brave concert is on youtube. Go and watch it now, thank me later! ;-)


Coming around to "thank you later" :D
I've had the concert playing in some side tab while doing some sunday coding,
and I must say that really is some notable artistic stuff!
Shame on me, I had no idea at all who Laurie Anderson is - my only excuse being that I was six years old at the time of the concert. Thanks for the heads up, this seems to be somewhere between Zappa and Kraftwerk :)
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>Very cool indeed. I was a big Talking Heads fan, saw them live once in 82.

Oh wow- I'm _so_ jealous! Having said that there is some great live footage of TH around on youtube - the Italian concert with Adrian Belew is superb!

>Coming around to "thank you later

Really pleased you enjoyed it Dick! :) The album that concert was based on was fantastic - some amazing muscians involved: andrew belew (the guitarist in the concert as well), nile Rodgers, bill Laswell....

Laurie Anderson was never really that well known but she did have one big 'hit' with "O Superman" - believe it or not this used to get played on the radio!

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