Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

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Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by AstronomyD81 » 21 Apr 2017, 22:42

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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by Sledge Hammer » 21 Apr 2017, 22:45

Now this is more like it, thanks! :D
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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by Sledge Hammer » 21 Apr 2017, 22:49

BUGMAN!!!!
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Post by John_d » 22 Apr 2017, 21:58

That was an absolute delight. The Bugman and No Distance part especially. Would love to hear more about the "Black and Decker" section on Bugman. Maybe next time! Can't get greedy. A must watch.

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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by kevoutus » 23 Apr 2017, 22:06

Great! Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by tender » 24 Apr 2017, 12:19

This video is really good, wish we heard more of Graham , he is just so good.

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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by 101reykjavik » 24 Apr 2017, 17:34

Fantastic. Thanks Astronomy. :D
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Post by Mark72 » 01 May 2017, 09:41

Just watched, fantastic thanks for posting... I do hope there's new Graham material soon.
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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by vitekm » 19 May 2017, 11:08

another video is coming today, this time with Graham and Stephen Street discussing "Blur" (20th anniversary)

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Post by semi » 19 May 2017, 12:12

vitekm wrote:another video is coming today, this time with Graham and Stephen Street discussing "Blur" (20th anniversary)


Really??? that sounds quite interesting!

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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by vitekm » 20 May 2017, 08:10

here is the new video from Gray Guitars with Graham and Stephen:

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Post by Sledge Hammer » 20 May 2017, 09:58

vitekm wrote:another video is coming today, this time with Graham and Stephen Street discussing "Blur" (20th anniversary)
Fantastic, Blur's best album where they got the balance just right...

..and yes great to see Graham so proud, sadly Damon not in the same frame of mind anymore.
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Post by AstronomyD81 » 20 May 2017, 10:27

Sledge Hammer wrote:
vitekm wrote:another video is coming today, this time with Graham and Stephen Street discussing "Blur" (20th anniversary)
Fantastic, Blur's best album where they got the balance just right...

..and yes great to see Graham so proud, sadly Damon not in the same frame of mind anymore.
Yes, and that sometimes pissed me off a bit..They have to be proud about the amazing music they did with Blur..and for me the best thing Damon has done in music is with Blur.
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Post by Sledge Hammer » 20 May 2017, 11:20

Blur's output in the 90s was simply amazing, the way they mastered different genres but at the same time were so prolific, albums in 91,93,94,95,97 and 99! some bands would have toured Parklife and milked it for 3 years, Blur made 2 more albums!!

That is why I miss Blur, because they were the best band ever, so the muppets on here who all they come back with is...blah blah yeah Damon should just make another Parklife, you simply don't get Blur...and it makes me very sad as you know, wasting his time on something so poor as Humanz.
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Re: Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon

Post by Rubi » 21 May 2017, 12:55

Sledge Hammer wrote:Blur's output in the 90s was simply amazing, the way they mastered different genres but at the same time were so prolific, albums in 91,93,94,95,97 and 99! some bands would have toured Parklife and milked it for 3 years, Blur made 2 more albums!!

That is why I miss Blur, because they were the best band ever, so the muppets on here who all they come back with is...blah blah yeah Damon should just make another Parklife, you simply don't get Blur...and it makes me very sad as you know, wasting his time on something so poor as Humanz.
Didn't you get a new Blur album only two years ago? Don't be so greedy. There are people who enjoy Damon's other projects as well. I love Gorillaz. They were the band that got me into music and into Blur, and every album they release every 5-6 years is always exciting.

Furthermore, we should appreciate the genius of Damon, always pursuing different genres and concepts with every record he releases, thus staying relevant in the music scene. If he had kept releasing a new Blur album every two years things would have become stale and boring.

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