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“Here we had another iconic woman, Tina Weymouth, and one who could play the bass, an instrument we don’t usually associate with girls.
“I saw the band at the Whisky when they first played there, and Tina looked so beautiful on stage. Her concentration was amazing – she almost looked like a deer in the headlights, the way she kept her eyes glued to the neck on her bass. But she held her own with the guys. She belonged.
“This album was another one of those ‘art explosion’ moments. The music sounded utterly unique. From the way the band played to David Byrne’s vocals, they were their own creations.”