David Byrne & St. Vincent
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Debut release, Love This Giant (2012)
Björk, solo work by David Byrne and St. Vincent
This is a likely one-off collaboration between the intrepid David Byrne of solo, collaborative, and Talking Heads fame and new, edgy alternative pop artist, St. Vincent (AKA Annie Clark).
Comments about live performance:
The best concert I saw this year! (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Love This Giant is their first project as a duo
Love This Giant (2012)
2012—4AD/Todo Mundo—6 52637 32312 2
David Byrne—vocals, guitars; percussion programming (6, 7, 11); omnichord (9)
John Congleton—all drum programming; synth (7)
David Byrne & Annie Clark
This album was a little bit of a sleeper for me. At first it seemed weird but intriguing, and I thought it worked well for certain moods. Then I just suddenly got it, and I've really loved it since. Definitely one of the most interesting albums I’ve heard in years. I can hear some bits of her (compared to her first two albums) and some bits of him (compared to his Here Lives Love collaboration with Fatboy Slim and a bunch of mostly female artists) and actually a lot of Björk. Especially in some of the horn arrangements. Though a lot of this is funkier. (JoAnn Whetsell)
Thanks to JoAnn Whetsell for work on this entry.
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