Speaking in Tongues is the fifth studio album by American rock band Talking Heads, released on June 1, 1983 by Sire Records. Following their split with producer Brian Eno and a short hiatus, which allowed the individual members to pursue side projects, recording began in 1982. It became the band's commercial breakthrough and produced the band's first (and only) US top-ten hit, "Burning Down the House".
Speaking In Tongues became their breakthrough album, containing two of their biggest hits, Burning Down the House and This Must Be the Place (Naïve Melody,) the latter of which has been covered by several bands, including a notable version by Arcade Fire featuring David Byrne himself on guest vocals. Speaking in Tongues Q&A. Produced by Talking Heads. Mastered by Ted Jensen. Assistant Engineer John Convertino, Frankie Gibson & Jay Mark. Engineered By Alex Sadkin & Butch Jones.
Speaking in Tongues is an album by David Murray released on the Justin Time label .
Picking up where their 1980 Afro-punk fusion Remain in Light left off, this LP consummates the Heads’ marriage of art-school intellect and dance-floor soul. Imbued with an adventurous spirit that’s as close to Television’s Marquee Moon as it is to Michael Jackson’s Thriller, Grand Master Flash’s The Message and Nigerian high-life music, Speaking in Tongues gives new meaning to the word crossover
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