David Byrne / Kronos Quartet / Terry Allen / Talking Heads Related

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Sounds From True Stories
New - LP - 25515-1
Sealed 1986 Original. “This Soundtrack To The Talking Heads Film True Stories Was The Second Release In A Planned Trilogy, The Last Of Which -- The Film's Actors Covering The Talking Heads Songs From The Album -- Never Surfaced. Fortunately, This Second Volume Did, A Selection Of Background Music And Non-David Byrne Tunes Written For The Film. Of The Byrne-Penned Selections, Only A Few Borrow From Heads Songs, And The Original Compositions, Perched Somewhere Between Penguin Cafe Orchestra And A General Americana Feel, Are Pleasant. Meredith Monk's "Road Song" Does Byrne One Better In This Department, And Carl Finch's Incredibly Silly "Mall Muzak" Suite Pokes Cockeyed Fun. The Only Proper Songs Here Are Terry Allen's "Cocktail Desperado" And Steve Jordan's Tex-Mex "Soy De Texas," Both Romping Good Fun.” – Ted Mills, AMG more
Sounds From True Stories
Used - LP - 25515
1986 Original. Saw Cut. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Soundtrack To The Talking Heads Film True Stories Was The Second Release In A Planned Trilogy, The Last Of Which -- The Film's Actors Covering The Talking Heads Songs From The Album -- Never Surfaced. Fortunately, This Second Volume Did, A Selection Of Background Music And Non-David Byrne Tunes Written For The Film. Of The Byrne-Penned Selections, Only A Few Borrow From Heads Songs, And The Original Compositions, Perched Somewhere Between Penguin Cafe Orchestra And A General Americana Feel, Are Pleasant. Meredith Monk's "Road Song" Does Byrne One Better In This Department, And Carl Finch's Incredibly Silly "Mall Muzak" Suite Pokes Cockeyed Fun. The Only Proper Songs Here Are Terry Allen's "Cocktail Desperado" And Steve Jordan's Tex-Mex "Soy De Texas," Both Romping Good Fun.” – Ted Mills, AMG more
Sounds From True Stories
Used - LP - 9 25515-1
1986 Original Still In Shrink. LP Appears Glossy. “This Soundtrack To The Talking Heads Film True Stories Was The Second Release In A Planned Trilogy, The Last Of Which -- The Film's Actors Covering The Talking Heads Songs From The Album -- Never Surfaced. Fortunately, This Second Volume Did, A Selection Of Background Music And Non-David Byrne Tunes Written For The Film. Of The Byrne-Penned Selections, Only A Few Borrow From Heads Songs, And The Original Compositions, Perched Somewhere Between Penguin Cafe Orchestra And A General Americana Feel, Are Pleasant. Meredith Monk's "Road Song" Does Byrne One Better In This Department, And Carl Finch's Incredibly Silly "Mall Muzak" Suite Pokes Cockeyed Fun. The Only Proper Songs Here Are Terry Allen's "Cocktail Desperado" And Steve Jordan's Tex-Mex "Soy De Texas," Both Romping Good Fun.” – Ted Mills, AMG more

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