Recorded between August 1979 and October 1980, the disc was unlike anything record buyers had ever heard unless they were dancing on the fringes and listening to Cabaret Voltaire or Psychic TV.
David Byrne, with some musical friends in tow, camped themselves on the Summer Stage in Ramsey Playfield to deliver a concert to the soaking yet faithful crowd.
i]The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads reveals the group at their most
new-wave, experimental and funkiest, covering three distinct creative
periods of their career. A classic already in the making, the album covers
live hidden gems in the early years which produced their first four albums – 77, More Songs About Buildings And Food, Fear Of Music, and Remain In Light.