Uh-Oh is an album by David Byrne released in 1992. The single "She's Mad" reached on the . Modern Rock Tracks chart and its music video received two nominations on the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards. A Million Miles Away" was the theme song to the television series Flying Blind. All tracks composed by David Byrne; except where indicated. Now I'm Your Mom" – 4:43 (Byrne, Angel Fernandez). Girls on My Mind" – 3:52. Something Ain't Right" – 3:37 (Byrne, Terry Allen).
Live from Austin, TX: David Byrne. Here Lies Love: Original Cast Recording. Psychedelic Afternoon.
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David Byrne took a different approach to writing Grown Backwards-perhaps the most personal and emotionally expressive album of his storied career-than he had previously used. track "Lazy," Byrne and X-Press 2's 2002 hit song re-arranged by Stephen Barber based on arrangements by Dan Foster, Steven Hussey, and Anu Pillai for Freeform Five. In describing some of the additional tracks, Byrne says: "'Ausencia' is my version of an arrangement of this beautiful Cape Verdean song that was originally done by the Bosnian composer Goran Bregović for Cesária Évora. The title means 'absence,' and the lyrics are in Portuguese and Creole.
Album Name David Byrne. Erscheinungsdatum 24 Mai 1994. Musik GenrePost-punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. A Long Time Ago. 2. Angels. 4. A Self-Made Man. 5. Back in the Box.
After a sold-out world tour, DAVID BYRNE'S AMERICAN UTOPIA comes to Boston’s Emerson Colonial Theatre for an exclusive engagement, and then hits Broadway's Hudson Theatre for 16 weeks only. Tickets on sale now! ay. 1 June at 07:00 ·. When I moved to New York, I worked for a while as an usher in a movie theater on East 34th Street. Once in a while, I had the job of taking the tickets, receipts, or sometimes the reels of film in big cans to the chain headquarters further uptown.
Songs of David Byrne and Brian Eno Tour. The Songs of David Byrne and Brian Eno Tour is a 2008–2009 promotional concert tour of music co-written by David Byrne and Brian Eno with performances by Byrne. In addition to being a retrospective of the duo's collaborations, the tour promoted the album Everything That Happens Will Happen Today. The musical performers were accompanied by dancers who were choreographed to several songs.
David Byrne has announced a new album: American Utopia arrives March 9 via Todomundo/Nonesuch. It was made in collaboration with producers Brian Eno and Rodaidh McDonald (The xx, King Krule), as well as contributors Oneohtrix Point Never, Jam City, Doveman, Jack Peñate, and others. It marks Byrne’s first solo album since 2004’s Grown Backwards. Everybody’s Coming to My House was co-written with Eno, and includes contributions from Sampha, TTY, Onyx Collective’s Isaiah Barr, and more