A cofounder of the musical group Talking Heads, David Byrne has also released several solo albums in addition to collaborating with such noted artists as Twyla Tharp, Robert Wilson, and Brian Eno. His art includes photography and installation works and has been published in five books. He lives in New York and he recently added some new bike racks of his own design around town, thanks to the Department of Transportation.
I did not expect this book to be such a travelog. Granted, the author makes some valid points and observations, but I was truly bored by the concept.Published 4 days ago by greenpueo
Just ok. Not that interesting. Should've listened to the other reviewers.Published 20 days ago by PJR
Boring..and lots of liberal, anti capitalistic comments..hypocritically coming from a very wealthy man.Published 1 month ago by thomas v conroy
Easy to read, fun at times, but tries to explain a few urban phenomenons without adequate knowledge or analysis. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book is equally about bicycling and what David experiences along the way. Byrne details the things he drives by across all countries, from the plain, pragmatic buildings in the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dr. What
I actually read the first third of the book without realizing that the author was *that* David Byrne. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ahimsa Kerp