Monday, August 25, 2008


I find David Byrne a hit and miss songwriter but when he's good, he's brilliant. His old pal Brian Eno has created a legacy of influence, quietly informing music and musicians with an almost invisible serenity. He helped shape Bowie's emergence as a post-Ziggy avant art rocker, turned the dials for artists as disparate as Robert Fripp, U2 and Daniel Lanois. Here's a stream of their latest album. Dig it if you will kids.

1 comment:

Frank Frink said...

Very kewl, psa. Thanks for the heads up on this.