The film has been completely restored with, what Second Sight lists as having “more than 60,000 instances of dirt and scratches removed.” While there is still some obvious softness that is perhaps unavoidable given the low lighting, 35mm source and 1984 vintage, this basically looks very satisfactory for a live concert film shot thirty-years ago. Stop Making Sense is a live album by Talking Heads, the soundtrack to the film of the same name.It was released in September 1984 and features nine tracks from the movie, albeit with treatment and editing. What else would it have? 956, This story has been shared 682 times. Who is Leva Bonaparte's Husband on 'Southern Charm'? When Is Melissa McCarthy’s HBO Max Movie 'Superintelligence' Coming Out? Meet Madison LeCroy’s One Night Stand, 'Southern Charm' Recap: Kathryn Dennis Reveals Hookups with Cast Members Past and Present. Many consider this concert film one of the greatest, if not the greatest, concert film of all time. With a back catalogue boasting some of the finest new wave sounds and a house band ready to bring any abode to a crumbling wreck and you have everything you need for a perfect film. Watch it below: Revisit Talking Heads’ ‘Stop Making Sense’, the greatest concert film of all time, Start typing to see results or hit ESC to close, Leonard Cohen’s heart-wrenching performance of ‘Nancy’ at Isle of Wight Festival, 1970, The Barbican continues to offer new digital content and concert livestreams, The reason why Bruce Springsteen hated seminal album ‘Born To Run’, Tracey Emin says she hopes to “get past Christmas” following cancer surgery, Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie set to reopen after six-year renovation, From Bob Dylan to Leonard Cohen: Joni Mitchell’s favourite songs of all time, A 367-track playlist chronicling the career of Joni Mitchell, Iggy Pop’s favourite David Bowie songs show their beautiful friendship, David Byrne’s 20 greatest songs of all time. 'Fargo' Season 4 Episode 7 Recap: I'm a Fool to Do Your Dirty Work, 'Seduced's Creators Want Their Docuseries to Be a Warning, 'Seduced's Third Episode Is a Deep Dive into Keith Raniere's Most Deplorable Crimes, Keith Raniere, NXIVM Leader and 'The Vow' Subject, Gets 120 Years in Prison, Who is Peter on ‘Southern Charm’? Prepare yourself for the classic zombie apocalypse in 4K as all three cuts of Romero's epic sequel get awesome new 4K restorations housed in a beautiful package bursting at the seams with bonus materials. But Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense is a little bit different. The show sees the Talking Heads perform by lamplight and also iconically end with Byrne in a super-large suit. Neither mix is as discrete as the excellent Talking Heads DVD-A studio album releases, except for the boombox, drum machine performance of “Psycho killer” that has a little bit of far off to the side sound effect panning in the studio mix. Released on April 25th in 1984, the Jonathan Demme documentary captured David Byrne and Talking Heads at the peak of their powers. 'The Great British Baking Show': Is Hermine on Path to Win the Whole Season? It was at this show that Byrne debuted his now-iconic “big suit”, he said of the idea: “I was in Japan in between tours and I was checking out traditional Japanese theatre — Kabuki, Noh, Bunraku — and I was wondering what to wear on our upcoming tour. with Bill Hader, Fred Armisen and Seth Meyers, EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Watch Alex Gibney Discuss His Favorite Docs, Stephen Colbert Angrily Smashes A Champagne Bottle On 'The Late Show': "There's Some Crazy S*** Going On! “They became your friends, in a sense.”. Released on April 25th in 1984, the Jonathan Demme documentary captured David Byrne and Talking Heads at the peak of their powers. The filmmaker had already put some rather impressive credits on his CV. As well as some incredible tunes, ‘Take Me To The River’ and ‘This Must Be The Place’ is a particular highlight, the performance also gave us that famous suit, Byrne’s eccentric dancing and the underlying feeling that the Heads were something very special indeed.