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Documentaries ET3 Worldwide tube transportation project Video: Talking Heads November 1980 Concert Recorded Live On 11/4/1980 At Capitol Theatre In Passaic, NJ January 2016 Video: Talking Heads November 1980 ConcertRecorded Live On 11/4/1980 At Capitol Theatre In Passaic, NJ There is no doubt if you loves music in the 1980's you have enjoyed listening to, and perhaps even danced to, Talking Heads music. This American band was formed in 1975 in New York City during the CBGB days and produced hit after hit until their 1991 separation. Here we have a B&W full concert video featuring a variety of their songs during a 1980's show at the Capitol Theater in New Jersey. Personnel: David Byrne on lead vocals and guitar Jerry Harrison on guitar, keyboards and vocals Tina Weymouth on bass, keyboards, guitar and vocals Chris Frantz on drums and vocals Adrian Belew (of King Crimson/etc fame) on lead guitar and vocals Bernie Worrell on keyboards Busta Cherry Jones on bass Steve Scales on percussion Dollette McDonald on vocals Website: www.Talking-Heads.nl
Aomawa Shields: Life in Unlikely Places The stars, they do align — but usually in a way that you could never have fathomed. Eighteen years ago, Aomawa Shields had an undergrad degree in planetary sciences from MIT and had put in a year on a doctorate in astrophysics, but she dropped out to pursue another passion: acting. She was looking for her big break in L.A. and answering phones at Caltech to support herself when, on a whim, she auditioned for a public-television science show. Surprise! Shields was chosen to host. But the big break, in her telling, came in a phone call with, um, a star — an especially luminous one named Neil deGrasse Tyson. Fast-forward a few years, and the 40-year-old Dr. One day, she hopes, these girls will add to the ranks of African-American women with Ph.D.s in physics or astronomy — fewer than 100, by her count. Indeed, Shields’s own bio seems to eschew the notion that anything is unlikely. Next up, though?
Audrey Hepburn’s Moon River | Performance An American geisha sings alone on a New York City fire escape in 1961. The actress playing the guitar gave birth just months prior and has a vocal range narrower than the space she sings in (and one that will yield to voice-overs in future roles). The scene itself – a rather unvarnished interlude dropped into one of Hollywood’s most sparkling tales – was almost left on the cutting-room floor. Blake Edwards’ film version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s cemented New York as the American Paris and Audrey Hepburn as a fashion icon. So, take a minute and rediscover what we might have missed:
Reverb Soundcheck: Bill Frisell When it comes to guitarist Bill Frisell, the word that comes up time and again is “amazing.” His fans use it often, most recently with the boundary-breaking jazz guitarist’s latest album, When You Wish Upon A Star, which was released in late January. This collection of TV and movie music has inspired glowing reviews. “Frisell is meticulous throughout, never playing more than necessary,” said London’s Independent. Yet when Frisell repeats “amazing” in his conversation with Reverb, it’s in the most humble sense imaginable. While Frisell may be one of those big guys now, what matters to him is fearless, peerless exploration of the inner spaces within a composition. “You still have to have the music and the information we’re going to deal with, but for me it’s so much about who I’m with, and the trust we have with each other,” says Frisell, who has just started performing the album tracks live. “There’s this incredible thing that happens,” he says of fleshing out material in the studio.