Watch above. Hearing the funky new wave rock tune reimagined in a swing jazz setting is a real treat. Sara Niemietz's singing is spectacular, and the band make the song sound like an jazz standard from the Great American Songbook. Everything about the song is beautiful, from the melodies and harmonies to the groove to the lyrics. Personally, I didn't love the production on the Talking Heads' original Speaking In Tongues album version , but the live version from the Stop Making Sense film is one of my favorite performances of all time in part because David Byrne dances with a lamp. The musicianship here is absolutely top notch. The band leader, Scott Bradlee, is a piano virtuoso, and the horn section of Lemar Guillary and Danny Janklow really shine here too. Of course, the rhythm section of Adam Kubota and Martin Diller lay down a hot rhythm that makes the song really work. There's a timeless quality to the whole thing, which is extremely cool.
Other Albums by Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox
Postmodern Jukebox , also widely known by the acronym PMJ , is a rotating musical collective founded by arranger and pianist Scott Bradlee in PMJ is known for reworking popular modern music into different vintage genres , especially early 20th century forms such as swing and jazz. Postmodern Jukebox has amassed over 1. Each week, Postmodern Jukebox releases a new video on YouTube. Although originally most were filmed casually in Bradlee's living room, sets became more elaborate over time. Since their beginnings as a small group of friends making music in a basement in Queens , New York, Postmodern Jukebox has gone on to feature 70 different performers and tour six continents. Postmodern Jukebox originated when Scott Bradlee began shooting videos with friends from college in his basement apartment in Astoria. Bradlee struggled for years as a jazz musician in New York City before one of his videos "a medley of '80s songs done ragtime style"  became popular in
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