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Talking Heads Founder and Solo Artist David Byrne

Since the group disbanded, Byrne has made several solo albums and collaborated with other performers like Brian Eno and Phillip Glass. He also scored several films. In 1989, Byrne released an album, "Rei Momo," of original songs combining Latin and pop styles. His latest album, "Uh-Oh," encompasses all the styles that Byrne has explored throughout his career. He also has a new book of photography, called "American Originals."

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Other segments from the episode on November 10, 2016

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 10, 1992: Interview with Mitchell Froom; Interview with David Byrne; Review of the film "Reservoir Dogs."

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