winchrecords

Jerry Harrison - The Red And The Black as reviewed by winchrecords

March 24, 2019
referencing The Red And The Black, LP, Album, Win, SRK 3631
*** noteworthy. While Talking Head Jerry released some albums under the Casual Gods moniker, this was apparently the only one under his name alone...the "new wave" genre listed here at this time (3/2019) not really capturing the sounds, funk was clearly what he was chasing after, for the most part at least, what you'd expect from an album with Nona Hendryx and Bernie Worrell...Adrian Belew mostly offering funky licks...funky rhythm section. Varied set to be sure, from irritating to enjoyable... the stand-out cuts make this a worthwhile listen for fans of the Heads.
HenningBMG

Jerry Harrison - The Red And The Black HenningBMG

November 14, 2018
referencing The Red And The Black, LP, Album, SIR 99519, SIR K 99 519
There are some different variations stamped and etched on the runout-zone. I`ve got:
Side A: R/S Alsdorf 99519 A (stamped) SRK-1-3631 GER-1-A Ø (etched)
Side B: R/S Alsdorf 99519 B2 (Stamped) SRK-2-3631 GER-2 -B²- Ø (etched).
ThornyZounds

Jerry Harrison - The Red And The Black ThornyZounds

April 25, 2018
referencing The Red And The Black, LP, Album, Win, SRK 3631

The two best tracks are "Things Fall Apart" and "Worlds In Collision" these are grade A Talking Heads-esque tracks. Just buy those two songs. The rest is only of interest for curiosity's sake.
iamnobody3

Jerry Harrison - The Red And The Black iamnobody3

January 18, 2018
referencing The Red And The Black, LP, Album, Los, SRK 3631
thats called a promo stamp, essentially it means that record was free, and they would like you not to sell it please.