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  1. The Catherine Wheel is an album by Scottish-American musician David Byrne, released in 1981 by Sire Records. It contains Byrne's musical score for choreographer Twyla Tharp 's dance project of the same name. [3] [4] The Catherine Wheel premiered September 22, 1981, at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City .

  2. The Catherine Wheel takes its title from a torture device used in the martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. This device has lent its name to a number of familiar things over time - a spinning firework, a crochet pattern, a flower.

  3. › wiki › Adrian_BelewAdrian Belew - Wikipedia

    He played on keyboard player/guitarist Jerry Harrison's debut album, The Red and the Black, and on several tracks on David Byrne's soundtrack to the Twyla Tharp dance piece, The Catherine Wheel (with his guitar noises credited, amongst other things, as "beasts").

  4. The Catherine Wheel is a music studio album recording by DAVID BYRNE (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1981 on cd, ... Adrian Belew, Brian Eno, Bernie Worrell. Twyla Tharpe even drops in doing water pot. This is, of course, a score for a Broadway dance piece. If you take it for only it's musical value, there's a lot here to like.

  5. Choreography, Directed By – Twyla Tharp. Engineer – Doug Bennett, Julie Last. Engineer [Assistant] – Bill Gill, Cheryl Smith. Engineer [Mixing] – Butch Jones. Featuring – Adrian Belew, Brian Eno. Lyrics By [All Lyrics] – David Byrne. Mastered By – Greg Calbi. Photography By [Inner Sleeve] – Johan Elbers. Producer – David Byrne. Notes.

  6. Adrian Belew (n. el 23 de diciembre de 1949 como Robert Steven Belew en Covington, Kentucky, Estados Unidos) es un guitarrista, vocalista, multiinstrumentista, compositor y productor discográfico estadounidense, miembro del grupo británico de rock progresivo King Crimson, al cual se unió en 1981.Tiene un inusual enfoque impresionista en la ejecución de la guitarra, que evoca con mucha ...

  7. 1 de abr. de 2013 · Musicians heard on the album include Jerry Harrison, the powerful drummer Yogi Horton, percussionist John Chernoff, Adrian Belew, P-Funk’s resident Minimoog genius Bernie Worrell and Brian Eno.