Damn. Is Bill playing the same guitar in both shots?
Incidentally, did you know that the film that became Stop Making Sense began its life as a Feelies concert movie? Demme had been a fanatical Feelies man for years and was dying to film the band in its natural habitat—Haledon, New Jersey. Possibly at this joint called the Peanut Gallery, which my own band, Artificial Intelligence (which briefly counted Stanley D. as its drummer) had christened as a rock venue. Demme wanted to shoot in black and white and a possible title was Night of the Living Feelies. Given the band's extreme cult status at the time (early '80s) the search for financing was quite the slog. Talking Heads' then-manager Gary Kurfirst was looking to expand into film at the time; I'm not sure who approached whom, but Kurfirst said he wouldn't back a Feelies film but would of course back a Talking Heads film. Demme, a Heads enthusiast (as who wasn't back then?), ran with it. At least that's how I heard it. In any case, Demme remained a stalwart Feelies supporter, casting them as the high school reunion band in Something Wild and directing the Maxwell's-shot video for "Away." I understand he and his son attended the Wednesday night Feelies show at Maxwell's. Could the dream be alive again?