However a David Byrne set would not be shabby to those who would be disappointed about no full band. The show I saw was absolutely stellar and while the concert was a bit swayed towards material from his new album, it still maintained an amazing run for the 2 hours he played. The new material sounded fantastic even though I had never heard it before and generally when I don't know a majority of the songs at a show I tend to become agitated. More so, when he did play Talking Heads songs, all hell broke loose He stuck to songs from Fear of Music, Remain in Light, and Speaking in Tongues (also one song from More Songs About Buildings and Food), and every selection was amazing. I should add that I saw him at a stately and austere symphony hall and yet people lost their shit and stormed past ushers into the orchestra pit aisles when he played the first notes of "Life During Wartime". The point I'm trying to get at is reunion or no, I still would be happy with him playing, if not a little disappointed to see him without the players who wrote the music performing it. He would still be a strong act and considering the show I saw very likely headliner material.