Sense & Sensitivity
David Byrne must have secretly smiled when critics snobbishly praised the big white suit he dons in the second half of Stop Making Sense as a nod to either Joseph Beuys or to Noh theater. Taking large, awkward steps like a funky automaton, the thin, brainy man inside the boxy material was playing out his own fantasy tribute to 50s blues legend Big Joe Turner, he of the classic big white suit.