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  • Inside The Song with Graham Coxon from Blur - Song 2

    12:28

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    Blur is an English rock band formed in 1988, consisting of vocalist Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon, bassist Alex James, and drummer Dave Rowntree. The band was central to the 1990s Britpop movement. They achieved mass popularity in the UK, aided greatly by a chart battle with rivals Oasis in 1995, which was dubbed the “Battle of Britpop”.

    Their self-titled fifth album, released in 1997, incorporated influences from the lo-fi styles of American indie rock groups, and the album became their third to top UK charts.

    “Song 2” is the second track, and the single, from this self-titled album. This song was atypical of Blur’s previous style as it sounds the least like the rest of the band’s Britpop catalogue. When the band originally wrote the song, they wanted to play it for their label as a joke, because they thought it was far too noisy and horrible to ever be released as a single. However, the label loved it!

    The song was written to poke fun at the Grunge music that was bog in America at the time. Graham Coxon was tired of doing complicated parts and wanted to do something simple, but horrible and make as much noise as possible. The song was tracked in Maison Rouge Studio, with the vocals recorded live, and lots of fuzz and distortion on the guitar, producing the loud, extreme sound Coxon was aiming for. The song also featured two drum kits, with Dave Rowntree and Graham Coxon both banging on the drums simultaneously.

    The track’s title was originally just a working title, representing the track’s placement on the album, but the name stuck. In the end, the numerology works out well, as the song is not only the second song on the album, but is 2 minutes and 2 seconds long, features 2 verses and 2 choruses, and eventually peaked at #2 on UK charts.

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  • Damon Albarn On First Songs He Wrote With Graham Coxon

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    Damon Albarn shares his early musical influences - poppier than Graham Coxon's - and how growing up in Colchester and playing the first songs he wrote at school assembly set him on a musical path.

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  • Talking S#!t with Celebrities - Graham Coxon from Blur

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    The Captain & Danish Pete run into the legendary founding member of Blur, Graham Coxon.

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  • Blur Recording Parklife in the Studio

    6:53

    Various footage (courtesy of Stephen Street) that showcases Blur recording their third album, Parklife, in Maison Rouge Studios, London, 1994. This video inexplicably disappeared from YouTube some time ago, so for the convenience of myself and others, I pulled it from Street's website and uploaded it here once again. 5:59 onward is sheer magic.

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  • Blurs Graham Coxon on Syd Barrett

    2:12

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  • That Pedal Show – Graham Coxon On Life, Music, Gear & Inspiration

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    In this episode we welcome the wonderful, enigmatic and popular-music-changing Graham Coxon to the show. Graham is a founding member of legendary British band, Blur who reigned alongside Oasis at the top of the 1990s Britpop scene. They’ve sold millions of records and go down as one of the most famous and successful British bands ever. Graham also has a successful solo career and he does soundtracks too.
    Coxon’s unorthodox, visceral approach to guitar and music is influenced by – and continues to influence – a long line of alternative players who eschew a traditional scales-and-‘correct’-technique approach in favour simply whatever works best in the context of the music. Quite a bit of this video centres around that whole discussion as it unfolds into a fascinating and inspiring insight into what's going on inside his head. Recollections of a few classic Blur guitar moments are the icing on the cake.
    Please note that there’s not a huge amount of playing in this video. That Pedal Shed is entirely out of context with Graham’s usual worlds of all-encompassing live performance, immersive songwriting and in-the-moment recording.
    He is a true artist and we thank him warmly for his insight and candour in this video… and of course his colossal contribution to British music.

    We asked Graham if he’d like to plug any current activity in this video. He’s way too modest for all of that, so please check out and sign up to his newsletter to find out what’s going on in his world.

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    Interesting bits and go-to sections…
    - Intro and welcome: 00:00
    - Graham’s 2017 board: 1:30
    - What about RATs then? 3:18
    - And Marshalls, and Boogies? 6:45
    - Bug Man, Coffee & TV: 12:48
    - “But, what was great about Oasis”… 13:20
    - Graham and the Telecaster: 16:00
    - How did your style and approach evolve? 19:48
    - The solo at the end of Coffee & TV? 20:55
    - Beetlebum… 25:14
    - Visual inspiration… and lyrics: 30:35
    - Guitar sound on Battle: 35:14
    - “No point in learning scales” 38:23
    - Soundtracks? 43:30
    - “Not interested in being me any more”: 44:45
    - A few sounds from Graham’s board: 48:30
    - And the fuzz on Song 2? 56:18

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  • Graham Coxon Of Blur Plays The American Acoustasonic Telecaster | Fender

    4:43

    Graham Coxon of Blur walks through a variety of his signature playing styles on the Acoustasonic Telecaster—from folky fingerpicking to fuzz-soaked rock and roll. Learn more here:

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  • If You Want Me - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    5:43

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 04 If you Want Me.

    If you want me, come and get me
    If you want me, you'll be there
    In the daytime, in the night time
    Over here and, over there
    It's oh so serious
    It's oh so lame
    I'm half delirious, when you call my name
    If you want me, come and get me
    If you want me, you'll be there
    In the daytime, in the night time
    Over here and, over there
    It's oh so serious
    It's oh so lame
    I'm half delirious, when you call my name
    If you want me, come and get me
    If you want me, you'll be there
    It's oh so serious
    It's oh so lame

  • Graham Coxon Scoring The End Of The F***ing World Soundtrack

    9:36

    We visited the brilliant Graham Coxon (of Blur fame) to find out how he wrote and recorded the soundtrack for the hit Channel 4 and Netflix series 'The End Of The F***ing World'. Graham takes us through how he recorded his song 'Walking All Day' in his London home studio.

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  • NME AWARDS 2016: Graham Coxon On Whats Next For Blur

    1:19

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    We chat with Blur guitarist Graham Coxon about the future of the band

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  • Damon Albarn: Modern Life Is Rubbish Was A Prophetic Vision

    2:05

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    Damon Albarn recalls the first time Blur went to the US and how the visit led to 'Modern Life Is Rubbish', a howl against the 'homogenisation of modern culture'

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  • Graham Coxon - Freakin Out

    3:47

  • Blur - Youre So Great - Blur

    3:36

    You're So Great taken from the 1997 album Blur including the singles Beetlebum, Song 2, M.O.R. and On Your Own.

  • Blur at Quart Festival 1999

    15:21

    Backstage interview with Graham Coxon and Alex James plus live performances of Coffee & TV and Bugman. Filmed at Norway's Quart Festival in July 1999.

    Running order:
    00:00 - Interview - part 1
    02:40 - Coffee & TV
    08:37 - Interview - part 2
    12:51 - Bugman

  • Blur - Parklife

    3:24

    The Official Video for Blur's fantastic track 'Parklife'.

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  • Graham Coxon - Baby Its You

    3:13

    Graham Coxon - Baby It's You (Live at Abbey Road)
    Graham Coxon plays Baby It's You live at Abbey Road Studios, exactly 50 years after The Beatles recorded it during their Please Please Me session.

  • Blur - Go Out

    4:38

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  • Graham Coxon-Min Trampolin

    4:59

    Graham Coxon's cover of the Bob Hund song Min Trampolin, performed and recorded live at John Peel's BBC studio.

    Artwork by Graham Coxon (Woman with brown hair)


    Lyrics and translation (Original lyrics in Swedish)

    Ja, jag vill tillbaks- Yes, I want to go back
    Till ett kalas- To a party
    Med saft i glas- With lemonade in glasses

    Jag vill tillbaks-I want to go back
    Till när min fars farbror sjöng-To when my fathers uncle sang
    Och alla skrattade- And everybody laughed

    Min trampolin- My trampoline
    Nu är du mitt enda hopp- Now you're my only hope (jump)*
    Min trampolin- My trampoline
    Nu är du mitt enda hopp- Now you're my only hope (jump)

    * The Swedish word hopp can mean both hope and jump


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  • Kyle Meredith with... Graham Coxon

    19:10

    Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon talks to Kyle Meredith about the American influences on his debut solo album, The Sky Is Too High, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. He also discusses scoring the hit television series The End of the F***king World, two solo projects he's hoping to release, and why he expects to record another album with Blur in the future.

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  • Graham Coxon - Falling

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  • Look into The Light - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    3:19

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 01 Look into the Light.

    Look into the light
    Fills you completely
    Look into the light
    Reflects you so sweetly
    Now that the nights completely out of sight

    Look into the light
    Fills you completely
    Look into the light
    Reflects you so briefly
    Large as your eyes the deepness of the night

    Look into the light
    Fills you completely
    Look into the light
    Reflects you so sweetly
    Now that the nights completely out of sight

  • Feel Alright - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    4:39

    From Graham Coxons newest Album The Spinning Top.
    Track 12 Feel Alright.

    Oh Sunday morning, not a scrap in sight
    I'll go without, I do it out of spite
    All by myself, yeah
    Food's lost its flavour, I refuse to bite
    Do myself no favours, I stay in every night
    Ashtrays in rows, but you know...
    I feel alright
    It's just another Sunday morning, then it's Sunday night
    I feel alright
    It's just the ghost of you behind me, sitting right up tight
    I'll read the paper, but it's yesterdays
    The world's gone mad and I'm going the same way
    All by myself, yeah
    When the sun is shining, but it don't give no hope
    I'm into whining, and I'm all out of soup
    But it's good to feel dirty, yeah
    When you feel alright
    Just another Sunday morning, everything's alright
    I feel alright
    It's just the ghost of you behind me sitting right up tight
    Sitting right up tight
    So many miles, between me and you
    So many days, I don't know what to do
    Be by myself, then I know...
    I'll be alright
    On another Sunday morning, another Sunday night
    I'll be alright
    With the ghost of you behind me sitting right up tight
    Sitting right up tight
    Sitting right up tight
    Sitting right up tight

  • Blurs Graham Coxon on his new album The Spinning Top

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    Blur guitarist Graham Coxon gives a rare filmed interview where he talks about his latest solo album 'The Spinning Top'. Follow us on twitter at

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  • Blur Interview: Graham Coxon in Conversation 1/2

    15:00

    Date: January 28, 1997

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  • Perfect Love - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    2:52

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 05 Perfect Love.

    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love for me
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love
    Through your perfect love
    I met you & you met me, we sang in perfect harmony
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love for me
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love
    Swam my perfect love
    I met you & you met me, we sang in perfect harmony
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love for me
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love
    Swam my perfect love
    I met you and you met me, we sang in perfect harmony
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love for me
    Out of the sea & into the tree flew your perfect love
    Flew your perfect love

  • Graham Coxons Guitar playing influence with Syd Barrett

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    On how Syd Barett became an influence in his guitar playing.

    Date: July 11, 2006

  • USA - The return of Blur: Damon Albarn & Graham Coxon Interview

    4:07

    Date: 02/13/1997

    Blur return to the pop fold with radical new sound. It was dubbed commercial suicide and the folly of Britain's second most loved pop group. Blur, lovable Mockneys of Parklife and Country House fame, were reportedly sick and tired of their meaningless pop success. So they disappeared for much of 1996, went back into the studio and eventually came out with an experimental album a million miles away from their previous, bouncy pop confections.

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  • This House - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    2:55

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 02 This House.

    In this house nothing keeps you warm
    In this house writings on the wall
    Felt like this before
    In this house vinegar and pain
    In this house loneliness again

    Nights without an end
    Weeping trees, scolded knees, you'll never see a place to hide
    A bed of bones and bruising stones, so alone inside the fear
    In this house nothing keeps you warm
    In this house writings on the wall
    Felt like this before

  • Blur-Battery in Your Leg

    3:20

    Blur Battery in Your Leg. Graham Coxon's last song with the rest of Blur

  • Graham Coxon - You & I

    3:48

    Graham Coxon - You & I

  • Blur - He Thought of Cars

    4:17

    Blur with He Thought of Cars from the album The Great Escape . Blur Band ... Damon Albarn , Dave Rowntree , Graham Coxon and Alex James . RockN8N

  • Brave the storm - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    5:20

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 06 Brave the Storm.

    There's a world where we can disappear, into our own little stratosphere
    You see the stars up in heaven baby? They belong to me
    You & me are gonna learn to fly, the little pathways across the sky
    There's nothing here that can hold you baby, come along with me
    The rain falls down, such a familiar sound
    I'm on the ground, wet
    Like the first time we met
    Maybe now it's time to say goodbye, put your skirt on hitch it high
    There's a wind gonna take us, baby, close your eyes to see
    There's a world where we can start anew, set alight by sun & moon
    The spirits cry in the rivers, baby, come along with me
    The rain falls down, such a familiar sound
    I'm on the ground, wet
    Like the first time we met
    Brave the storm (ok)
    There's a sorrow in your eyes of green, a darker song I have never seen
    I see the earth in your body baby, come along with me
    The rain falls down, such a familiar sound
    I'm on the ground, wet
    Like the first time we met
    Brave the storm

  • 90 secondes avec Graham Coxon

    1:30

    À l'occasion de la sortie de son nouvel album A+E, Graham Coxon s'est livré devant la caméra des Inrocks. Avant de vous présenter la version intégrale de notre entretien avec l'ex-guitariste du groupe Blur, voici l'épreuve de rapidité du 90 secondes avec cette timide rock star. Interview: Ondine Benetier. Réalisation: Basile Lemaire

  • Graham Coxon - Look Into The Light

    3:20

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  • Graham Coxon left his heart in Tokyo

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  • In the Morning - Graham Coxon - The Spinning Top

    8:29

    From Graham Coxons newest solo album The Spinning Top.
    Track 03 In the Morning.

    Like a piece of the air, it's just how you feel
    Are you really there? Are you even real?
    I don't know which way to go, when I hear you everywhere
    There's a melody in every line, and a sorrow in these eyes of mine
    if a diamond hangs in every tree and a life is lost for every leaf, can a bird still sing?
    I listened just this morning this is what I heard
    An angel's wings in cool night air, like a blackbird in the chapel
    A starling in the moonlight fair, wings beating up a gale
    In the morning, in the morning

    In the morning, ooh in the morning
    You're a part of the air, & you shake a whole field
    With your golden hair, & your golden shield
    I don't know which way to go, when I hear you everywhere
    There's a melody in every line, and a sorrow in these eyes of mine
    If a diamond hangs in every tree and a life is lost for every leaf, can a bird still sing?
    And I listened just this morning this is what I heard
    An angel's wings in cool night air,like a blackbird in the hill
    Night bird singing at sunlight, wings beating up a gale
    In the morning, in the morning
    In the morning, ooh in the morning

    Like a piece of the air, it's just how you feel
    Just hovering there, are you even real?
    I don't know which way to go, when I hear you everywhere
    There's a melody in every line, and a sorrow in these eyes of mine
    If a diamond hangs in every tree and a life is lost for every leaf, can a bird still sing?
    And i listened just this morning this is what I heard
    An angel's wings in cool night air, like a blackbird in the hail
    Starlings in the moonlight fair, wings beating up a gale
    Legless owl in endless flight, unable for to settle
    In oceans like a giants mind, harbouring its mettle
    In the morning, in the morning
    In the morning, ooh in the morning

  • See Saw - Graham Coxon

    2:47

    Graham Coxon of Blur fame covers See Saw written by Paul Weller and was the B-Side to The Eton Rifles

  • Theres No Other Way - Blur - Guitar Lesson Part 1

    6:57

    All the chords and riffs from this 1991 single from Blur's Leisure album. Part 1 features a play-through and breaks down the main riff; part 2 breaks down the verse, chorus and outdo. Capo up two frets.

  • Graham Coxon - Too Uptight

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  • Graham Coxon: The Fear

    3:01

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  • Graham Coxon - Steve Lamacq Interview 2002

    5:24

    Interview with Graham Coxon for the BBC show of Steve Lamacq. Recorded and broadcasted in September 2002.

  • An Interview with Graham Coxon

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  • Graham Coxon - Just a State Of Mind

    4:37

    Graham Coxon - Just a State Of Mind
    [Love travels at illegal speeds - 2006, label: Phantom Import Distribution]

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    Lyrics:

    Emptiness I've found you
    How bleak you are
    Moving in the shadows
    You're here, and it's clear
    That it's just a state of mind
    Running through the times
    Keeping us alive

    First time that I saw you
    Teeth squeezed my lips
    And I thought I'd die without you
    But you're here, and it's clear
    That it's just a state of mind
    Running through the times
    Keeping us alive

    Just a state of mind
    Keeping us in line
    Before we take a dive

    Just be happy, you are strong now
    It's so lonely to love someone

    Happiness I've found you
    How sweet you are
    Smiling in the shadows
    You're here, and it's clear
    That it's just a state of mind
    Running through the times
    Keeping us alive

    Just a state of mind
    Keeping us in line
    Before we take a dive

  • Graham Coxon - A+E Interactive Album Sampler

    10:01

    A+E - the new album from Graham Coxon - Out Now! Visit: to buy now



    An interactive YouTube exclusive showcasing clips from the astonishing new audio/visual album Further - 'available as iTunes LP in the UK and as iTunes Pass in the US'.

    Select your visual by clicking the appropriate box and be taken to your chosen clip. To return to the menu screen at any time click the menu button in the top left hand corner of the screen.

    Released on June 14th through Parlophone/Astralwerks.

  • Blurs Alex James and Graham Coxon win Best Reissue for Blur - 21 at the NME Awards 2013

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    Blur's Alex James and Graham Coxon, at the NME Awards 2013, talking about their award for 'Best Reissue' for Blur - 21.

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