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I Feel So Good - David Byrne And Richard Thompson - An Acoustic Evening (CD)

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  1. David Byrne (/ b ɜːr n /; born 14 May ) is a British-American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, artist, actor, writer, music theorist, and filmmaker, who was a founding member and the principal songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist of .
  2. Jan 02,  · David Byrne - Psycho Killer - Sessions at West 54th Street avi - Duration: Richard Thompson & David Byrne - Dirty Old Town - .
  3. Jun 22,  · Live acoustic album recorded 03/24/92 @ St. Ann & The Holy trinity Church, Brooklyn Heights, New York. An Acoustic Evening with David Byrne & Richard Thompson I Feel So Good ~ Richard.
  4. A prolific and talented sogwriter, and (with Sandy Denny) the driving force behind the early and easily most brilliant iteration of Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson has finaly received in this cd (first released in -- I've had a horrible casette copy that I've longed to replace ever since) exactly the retrospective that he deserves, or better, that he deserved in the middles /5(29).
  5. David Byrne & Richard Thompson are collectively a collaboration of the two singer-songwriters, most notable for their acoustic tour of the United States spawning the bootleg album An Acoustic Evening. View wiki.
  6. The discography of Richard Thompson, an English singer/songwriter and guitarist, consists of 18 solo studio albums, three live albums and 16 singles, in addition to six studio albums and two live albums credited to Richard and Linda Thompson and five studio albums as a member of Fairport Convention, as well as a number of fan club and boutique label releases, soundtracks and .
  7. Richard Thompson & David Byrne - An Acoustic Evening [ Reviews] [ Want lists] Richard Thompson: Recorded live with David Byrne at the Church Of St. Ann's & The Holy Trinity, Brooklyn Heights, New York, USA, 24th March 3. I Feel So Good (Thompson) Concert: 24 Mar
  8. It's no small achievement for a man in his mid-forties who doesn't smoke, drink, or use recreational drugs to effectively (and convincingly) assume the persona of a juvenile delinquent, but Richard Thompson managed that rather remarkable feat on the song "I Feel So Good" from his album Rumor and Sigh.

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