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The Colour Of Spring - Talk TalkSpringing into action (989 words)
by davidbuttery - written on 18/04/10, updated on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
one with the most musical integrity) released by a still widely underrated band. You can also listen to the tracks for nothing if you have Spotify. If you don t know anything about T Talk Talk or have only listened to their early, mainstream, output then give this a go. At the very worst you ll discover a couple of excellent pop songs - and you might even begin to realise just what a remarkable musical journey this was. Track listing ========= 1. Happiness Is Easy 2. I Don t Believe In You 3. Life s What You Make It 4. April 5th 5. Living In Another World 6. Give It Up 7. Chameleon Day 8. Time It s ...
Natural History: The Very Best Of Talk Talk - Talk TalkNot to be confused with... (1194 words)
by grahamt - written on 29/06/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
that the mainly French Canadian audience were too. There are few groups of whom I can honestly say that I have liked every song they have recorded but of T Talk Talk I can certainly say this. Talk Talk was formed in 1981 around lead singer, Mark Hollis, with Paul Webb on bass, Lee Harris on drums and Simon Brenner on keyboards. By the time of the Montreal concert, Simon had been replaced by Tim Friese-Greene, who not only performed with the band but also acted as Producer for the group. He and Hollis also formed a song-writing partnership that was to produce some of the best music. Hollis s brilliant and distinctive voice, which reminds me a little of David Sylvian of ...
Natural History: The Very Best Of Talk Talk - Talk TalkA Natural Evolution (1944 words)
by rosebud2001 - written on 29/10/11, updated on 30/10/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Talk, did exactly the same thing in 2001 and for the past decade has remained firmly out of both the public eye and a recording studio. ==Band History== T Talk Talk were a band who evolved enormously over the course of the four albums they released on EMI records and they were often compared to their label mates Duran Duran both in style and due to the double barrelled group names. At the time this seemed fair enough - although it should be noted that Talk Talk eschewed the make-up and ruffles which marked Duran Duran s style when they released their first album, preferring instead a more subdued and clinical all-white image. They never achieved huge commercial success ...