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New Baby Elephant (Feat. David Byrne) - "How Does The Brain Wave?"

Found on: Friday, August 10, 2007


Prince Paul may no longer be a Handsome Boy (he and Dan the Automator cited irreconcilable differences), but still he's talented and charming enough to attract a slew of notables to his new project: Baby Elephant sees Paul team up with P-Funk legend/de facto Talking Head Bernie Worrell and Newkirk, while filling another grab bag of cameo talent approximating the Modeling School days (including David Byrne, George Clinton, Yellowman, Shock G, Nona Hendryx, DJ Roc Raida, Reggie Watts, Gabby La La, etc.). The expectedly quirky and outrageously funked up set of tunes resulting from the Elephant's sessions parade under the moniker Turn My Teeth Up! (we have no idea what it means, either). The record's advance (and highly recommended) inquisitorial single "How Does The Brain Wave?" sees Worrell re-team with lead Talk-er David Byrne (unmistakable on the track's Heads-y hook melody) for a Moogy, falsetto-fied stomp boogie. Part Talking Heads, part Parliament, all repeat-worthy. ...read full story


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Napster Not So Dead After All- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
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Apple Locking Up Universities With iPods- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Is it just me or is Steve Jobs following pretty much the same path with the iPod that he followed with the Apple II way back in the 80's? Today brings news that Apple is offering college lectures via podcasts through several universities. Basically the deal is they provide the service and read more...

Nettwerk Vs. RIAA- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Canda's biggest independent label, Nettwerk, announced yesterday that they are joining the fight against the RIAA. They are intervening in a suit the RIAA has filed against a family for illegally downloading music tracks. The privately-owned Nettwerk Music Group is intervening, it says, because read more...