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The jam eventually was stripped down to a single hand-clap, which in turn was built upon, element by element, before morphing into “Seen and Not Seen.” To this day, these moments represent one of the most celebrated segues in Phish history. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. David Byrne's vocals trudge through a thick muck of accompaniment, breaking out every so often for a jungle-feverish call-and-response chorus. For a long time I felt without style or grace
I'm walking a line-Divide and dissolve. It is important to know that was where he's at
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Right about then, is where she give up
On the original Remain in Light, this track is the only one to feature real horns, and it in fact buries them deep in the aforementioned groove, where they provide just another part of the music’s elemental structure. Now this is a nice surprise. This isn't the time-So nothing was done
The band also used nice effects – echo and so forth – during the jam, which walked steadily on until each instrument began to be stripped away, one by one, like layers of flesh beneath a cloak of bacteria. Do you know any background info about this track? © 1990-2020 The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. | Hosted by, From The Tapers' Section: Part 4 (7/13/99). David Byrne's vocals trudge through a thick muck of accompaniment, breaking out every so often for a jungle-feverish call-and-response chorus.On the original Remain in Light, this track is the only one to feature real horns, and it in fact buries them deep in the aforementioned groove, where they provide just another part of the music’s elemental structure.
I'm walking a line-Divide and dissolve. Phish covered this one on 10/31/96 as part of their third Halloween “musical costume.” For this single performance, Phish dissected the tune quite remarkably, considering how difficult it is to identify just what the hell is going on in the original. Not talking about-Not many at all
Tell us a little bit, but not too much
I knew my heart was in the right place
I'm turning around-No trouble at all
For Phish’s live interpretation, the horns were more noticeable, and Dave Grippo’s sax solo works very well, retaining the large, carnivorous insect-call sound of the original.
This isn't the time-So nothing was done
Watch the video for Houses in Motion from Talking Heads's Remain in Light for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
I'm keeping my fingers behind me, 'hind me
I'm turning around-No trouble at all
I'm walking a line-visiting houses in motion I'm walking a line-just barely enough to be living Get outa the way-no time to begin This isn't the time-so nothing was done Not talking about-not many at all I'm turning around-no trouble at all Two different houses surround you, … She has closed her eyes, she has give up hope
He can't afford to stop...That is what he believe
I knew I'd be able to do these things. Get outa the way-No time to begin
Happy Day Lyrics 2006: Houses in Motion Lyrics 2006: Dream Operator Lyrics 2006: First Week/Last Week...Carefree Lyrics 2007: Walk It Down Lyrics 2006: Uh - Oh, Love Comes to Town Lyrics 2006: Totally Nude Lyrics 2006: The Overload Lyrics 2006: Love For Sale Lyrics 2006: Popsicle Lyrics 2006: Thank You for Sending Me an Angel Lyrics 1984
And as we watch him digging his own grave
I'm walking a line-Visiting houses in motion I'm walking a line-Just barely enough to be living Get outa the way-No time to begin This isn't the time-So nothing was done Not talking about-Not many at all I'm turning around-No trouble at all Two different houses surround you, … Not talking about-Not many at all
I'm walking a line-I'm thinking about empty motion
In anticipation of ACR:BOX, a 40th anniversary box set compiling their singles, unreleased material, and remixes, Manchester dance band A Certain Ratio have shared one of their long-lost jewels: a cover of the Talking Heads’ “Houses In Motion,” recorded in 1980 with Martin Hannett as part of a session of songs for an unrealized collaboration with Grace Jones.