Graham Coxon Channel
Graham Coxon - She Knows (From 'The End of The Fing World 2')
'She Knows' - taken from the The End Of The F***ing World 2 - Original Songs and Score by Graham Coxon out 8th November 2019. Listen to She Knows: http://ada.lnk.to/gcsheknows Written and performed by Graham Coxon Mixed by Sam Okell Mastered by Alex Wharton at Abbey Road Studios, London Original artwork by Charles Forsman Follow Graham Coxon: http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://twitter.com/grahamcoxon http://facebook.com/grahamcoxonofficial
Graham Coxon - Walking All Day
The End Of The F***ing World - Original Songs and Score by Graham Coxon out now! Spotify: http://bit.ly/teotfw-spotify iTunes: http://bit.ly/teotfw-itunes Digital download: http://bit.ly/teotfw-dl Pre-order on gatefold vinyl: http://bit.ly/teotfw-vinyl Taken from the original music for the Channel 4 / Netflix TV Series The End Of The F***ing World, produced by Clerkenwell Films and Dominic Buchanan Productions. Original Songs and Score by Graham Coxon. Follow Graham Coxon: http://twitter.com/grahamcoxon http://facebook.com/grahamcoxonofficial http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://grahamcoxon.co.uk http://shop.blur.co.uk/uk/graham-coxo...
Graham Coxon - Falling
Official music video for "Falling" ‘Falling’ was written by Luke Daniel A release in support of The Campaign Against Living Miserably https://www.thecalmzone.net https://www.amazon.co.uk/Falling-7-VINYL-Graham-Coxon/dp/B077SSTSJW Directed by Aaron Trinder https://www.aarontrinder.co.uk Edited by Aaron Trinder © Trinder Films www.trinderfilms.co.uk Producer Kate Allan DoP Steven Gray Camera Assistants George Dupay, Amanda Stockley, John Breslin, Geoffrey Taylor 1st AD Marc Hardman Art Director Harold Chapman Art Dept. Gillian O Brien, Josey Rossouw Runner Mariam Haddad Download / Stream: http://parlopho.ne/Falling 7" Vinyl: http://parlopho.ne/FallingVinyl http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - Ooh, Yeh Yeh
Official music video for "Ooh, Yeh Yeh" Directed by Ninian Doff Produced by Stacy Vaughan / Pulse Films. © 2012 WMG On behalf of: Parlophone Records/EMI Records UK Ltd. From the album "A+E" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Graham-Coxon/dp/B006VSLOA0/ http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - What'll It Take
Official music video for "What'll It Take" Directed by Ninian Doff Produced by Stacy Vaughan / Pulse Films. © 2012 WMG On behalf of: Parlophone Records/EMI Records UK Ltd. From the album "A+E" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Graham-Coxon/dp/B006VSLOA0/ http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
Graham Coxon - Dead Bees
Official music video for "Dead Bees" From the album "The Spinning Top" https://shop.transgressiverecords.com/artists/categories/graham-coxon Director: Chris Hopewell Release Date: 2009 Copyright: (C) 2009 Transgressive http://www.secretdoorla.com/chrishopewell http://www.transgressiverecords.com www.grahamcoxon.com www.grahamcoxon.co.uk www.blur.co.uk
Graham Coxon - In the Morning
Official music video for "In the Morning" From the album "The Spinning Top" https://shop.transgressiverecords.com/artists/categories/graham-coxon Director: Chris Hopewell Release Date: 2009 Copyright: (C) 2009 Transgressive http://www.secretdoorla.com/chrishopewell http://www.transgressiverecords.com www.grahamcoxon.com www.grahamcoxon.co.uk www.blur.co.uk
Graham Coxon - Sorrows Army
Official music video for "Sorrows Army" From the album "The Spinning Top" https://shop.transgressiverecords.com/artists/categories/graham-coxon Director: Nick Craske Release Date: 2009 Copyright: (C) 2009 Transgressive http://www.transgressiverecords.com www.grahamcoxon.com www.grahamcoxon.co.uk www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - I Can't Look At Your Skin
Official music video for "I Can't Look At Your Skin" (HD Director's Cut Version) Directed by Paul Morricone. © 2006 WMG On behalf of: Parlophone Records/EMI Records UK Ltd. From the album "Love Travels At Illegal Speeds" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Love-Travels-at-Illegal-Speeds/dp/B000CBVMHW/ http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - Standing on My Own Again
Official music video for "Standing on My Own Again" Directed by Barnaby Roper. © 2006 WMG On behalf of: EMI Records UK Ltd. From the Album "Love Travels At Illegal Speeds" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Love-Travels-at-Illegal-Speeds/dp/B000CBVMHW http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - Freakin' Out
Official music video for "Freakin' Out" Directed by Barnaby Roper. © 2004 WMG On behalf of: EMI Records UK Ltd. From the Album "Happiness In Magazines" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happiness-Magazines-Graham-Coxon/dp/B0001KZM48 http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - Spectacular
Official music video for "Freakin' Out" Directed by David Chaudoir. © 2004 WMG On behalf of: PLG UK Frontline From the Album "Happiness In Magazines" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happiness-Magazines-Graham-Coxon/dp/B0001KZM48 http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
EMI Records UK Ltd.
Graham Coxon - Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery
Official music video for "Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery" Directed by Scott Weintrob © 2004 WMG On behalf of: Parlophone Records/EMI Records UK Ltd. From the album "Happiness in Magazines" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happiness-Magazines-Graham-Coxon/dp/B0001KZM48 http://www.grahamcoxon.com http://www.grahamcoxon.co.uk http://www.blur.co.uk
Recording Techniques, Gear & Inspiration
A Conver-Session with Graham Coxon JAM pedals
Briefly after NAMM 2020 we had the opportunity to spend some time with a few of our artists in LA and in NY, talk with them and play some pedals! All of the audio bits in this video were captured during our Conver-Session with Graham at the Black Volt Amps showroom in LA . https://www.jampedals.com https://www.jampedals.com/blog/a-conver-session-with-graham-coxon/ https://www.grahamcoxon.com #jampedals #grahamcoxon
Produce Like A Pro
Inside The Song with Graham Coxon from Blur - Song 2
Produce Like A Pro Click here to learn more about Blur's "Song 2": https://producelikeapro.com/blog/inside-the-song-song-2-by-blur-with-graham-coxon/ 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. My Favorite Plugins: Waves MV2: https://bit.ly/2HVhTy3 Waves RBass: https://bit.ly/2KLkN6h Renaissance Vox: https://bit.ly/2pixjBM Renaissance Compressor: https://bit.ly/2DxM34j GEAR: Stealth Sonics: https://bit.ly/2ppGVhd UK Sound 1173: https://bit.ly/2BniUHM $299 Kali Audio Studio Monitors: https://bit.ly/2QaQF6P Apollo x16: https://u.audio/apollox16-plap Apollo Twin: https://u.audio/apollotwin-plap Free 3 Part Mixing Course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrvyo... Sign up here to get exclusive videos and content http://producelikeapro.com #ProduceLikeAPro #HomeRecording InsideTheSong Giveaway Winners: https://bit.ly/2u7tkNl Produce Like A Pro is a website which features great tips to help the beginning recordist make incredible sounding home recordings on a budget.
Softube with Graham Coxon - NAMM 2020
Watch Graham and George talk about Softube, our new Marshall plug-ins, and Graham's ongoing work. For more info about the Marshall Plexi plug-in Graham is playing on, check the web page https://www.softube.com/marshall-plexi#/ https://www.facebook.com/SoftubeStudios/ https://twitter.com/softubestudios/ https://www.grahamcoxoxn.com/
Produce Like A Pro
Inside The Album with Graham Coxon from Blur - Modern Life Is Rubbish
Produce Like A Pro https://www.youtube.com/user/WarrenHuartRecording/featured Sign up here to get exclusive videos and content http://producelikeapro.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T93y4b3vIuo Learn more about the making of "Modern Life is Rubbish": https://bit.ly/39Z5DaS Modern Life is Rubbish, released in May 1993, is the second studio album by English alternative rock band Blur. The album was a moderate chart success in the UK, peaking at number 15, while the singles from the album charted in the Top 30. Modern Life is Rubbish is regarded as one of the defining releases of the Britpop scene, and Blur’s chart-topping follow-up albums Parklife and The Great Escape, allowed the band to emerge as one of Britain’s leading pop acts. Before releasing this album, Blur had faced serious backlash from the media following the release of their first album, Leisure, in 1991. The band had fallen from public favour and was under threat of being dropped by their label. At the same time, Blur discovered that they were £60,000 in debt, due to mismanagement. Blur hired a new manager, who sent them to the US to try to recoup their losses, but the tour was unsuccessful. When Blur began working on their second album, they chose Andy Partridge as their producer. Partridge was dissatisfied with the songs, but was fond of the band, which is why he agreed to the project. These sessions, however, did not last long and did not go well. Bassist Alex James described the sessions as a “disaster”. Work on Modern Life is Rubbish resumed due to a chance meeting with producer Stephen Street, who had worked with the band previously on their 1991 single, “There’s No Other Way.” With Street now producing the album, Blur recorded a mix of material spanning both the period immediately after the release of Leisure and their 1992 tour. Though their label initially rejected the album and told the band to record more potential singles, the members of the band were pleased with the sessions. https://www.grahamcoxon.com Sign up here to get exclusive videos and content http://producelikeapro.com #ProduceLikeAPro #HomeRecording #InsideTheSong
Graham Coxon Guitar Playthrough with Audient Sono
We invited Blur guitarist Graham Coxon to come and demo our new guitar recording audio interface Sono for NAMM. Here is what happened, including playing through some classic Blur tracks like Song 2, and Coffee and TV! Find out More: https://audient.com/Sono Special Thanks to the Produce Like a Pro team for letting us use some of their footage in this video. https://youtube.com/user/WarrenHuartR... Connect with us: Facebook: http://facebook.com/audient Twitter: http://twitter.com/audientworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/audientworld Website: http://grahamcoxon.com
Graham Coxon Scoring The End Of The F***ing World
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. See more videos like this: https://audient.com/tutorials Special Thanks to: Graham Coxon Jonny Briggs Film and Faze One Media Suzi Grossman at Elevenmgmt Becca Gatrell at Wow & Flutter Music Oliver Fryer at Clerkenwell Films Connect with us: Facebook: http://facebook.com/audient Twitter: http://twitter.com/audientworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/audientworld Website: http://grahamcoxon.com
Graham Coxon on Songwriting, Producing & Performing Reverb Interview
Blur's Graham Coxon is a songwriter, composer, guitarist, vocalist, painter...a true 21st century renaissance man if there ever was one, and an artist that our own Andy Martin rates as a top influence. Here, Andy sat down with Graham and gathered some sage wisdom on songwriting, production, performance, and bonus: a solid acoustic set. Read more on Reverb: Browse Graham Coxon on LP: https://goo.gl/bMLmce Browse Blur on LP: https://goo.gl/gHiuTQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHP-KQAJgXu4Wo2Xq4-eNow https://www.grahamcoxon.com
That Pedal Show – Graham Coxon On Life, Music, Gear & Inspiration
Welcome to That Pedal Show! Please subscribe to our channel and visit our store https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com Life too short for long YouTube videos? Please see the ‘Interesting bits and go-to sections’ information below. 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 www.grahamcoxon.co.uk and sign up to his newsletter to find out what’s going on in his world. Meantime, enjoy the video… Pedals in this episode… • Boss TU-3S Chromatic Tuner UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2oRwPSY USA: http://bit.ly/2nntRpc Australia: http://bit.ly/2Fl5ejn • Xotic EP Booster UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2ed1cvg USA: http://bit.ly/2doDQW0 • Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Deluxe UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2cbsLUm USA: http://bit.ly/2cyd9NR Australia: http://bit.ly/2rPSRWo • Hudson Broadcast UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2fkpnOX USA: http://bit.ly/2yUnL5C Australia: http://bit.ly/2oUbqrw • Suhr Koko Boost www.suhr.com • Thorpy Gunshot UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2ecWCgK USA: http://bit.ly/2dbrodZ Australia: http://bit.ly/2Fn89br • BAE Hot Fuzz Pedal http://www.baeaudio.com/hot-fuzz • Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2D6pRhk USA: http://bit.ly/2tlcYjZ • TC Electronic Alter Ego USA: http://bit.ly/2FibdcJ Australia: http://bit.ly/2FzwPkb • Strymon Flint UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2G3EVQ3 USA: http://bit.ly/2tmFl0W Australia: http://bit.ly/2FkLm49 • TheGigRig G2 https://www.thegigrig.com/g2 Why do we have preferred retailer links? Find out here: http://www.thatpedalshow.com/partners 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 Guitars in this episode • Fender Custom Shop ’63 Telecaster Amps in this episode • Victory Sheriff 22 and V212VH cabinet (1 x Celestion G12H Anniversary, 1 x Celestion Vintage 30) • Marshall 1987x with Marshall 2061x 2x12 cabinet (Celestion G12H Anniversary speakers) Both amps are running all the time We hope you enjoy this video. Please subscribe to our channel. You may even want to buy a T-shirt to support our efforts https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com We are also on Patreon – crowdfunding for creatives https://www.patreon.com/ThatPedalShow Please visit our preferred retailers! UK & Europe: Andertons Music http://bit.ly/2cRvIvt USA: Riff City Guitar & Music Company http://bit.ly/2cyOYjD Australia: Pedal Empire http://bit.ly/2mWmJQf www.grahamcoxon.com
Graham Coxon Extra Bits, Tones & An Alternative Board
Welcome to That Pedal Show! Please subscribe to our channel and visit our store https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com Life too short for long YouTube videos? Please see the ‘Interesting bits and go-to sections’ information below. This episode is an edit of some extra bits we filmed when Graham Coxon came to visit for the main video in March 2018. You can watch the main, full-length show here: https://youtu.be/_ijyk89uOCI One of the reasons for Graham’s visit was that he wanted Dan to put together a separate pedalboard that he could use for various creative projects: he wanted something portable but versatile; different but familiar; capable of inspiration over complication. So this episode comprises a quick flick through that board as Graham plugs in for the first time, interspersed with some Coxon gems as you would rightly expect. It’s not a full episode per sé, but loads of people have asked for the extra footage from the day. So here it is… We are massively grateful to Graham for giving us his time and sharing his insight and experience – what a privilege! Please check out www.grahamcoxon.com and sign up to his newsletter to find out what’s going on in his world. Meantime, enjoy the video… Pedals in this episode… • TC Electronic Polytune 3 UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2jV7jJA USA: http://bit.ly/2IITYlG Australia: http://bit.ly/2GiHjRc • Electro-Harmonix Micro Q-Tron UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2jYJrFa USA: http://bit.ly/2Ijyhcu • Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Deluxe UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2cbsLUm USA: http://bit.ly/2cyd9NR Australia: http://bit.ly/2rPSRWo • Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2rKgrUT USA: http://bit.ly/2IkffCU • Thorpy Fallout Cloud UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2fGjNk8 USA: http://bit.ly/2fVwkVX Australia: http://bit.ly/2hcXmGx • Nobels ODR-1 UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2IIR2Wn • ProCo RAT2 Pack Rat Mod By JHS UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2IiFnhE Australia: http://bit.ly/2jVePEy • Seymour Duncan Palladium Gain Stage UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2rHr8bP • Longamp Roxanne https://en-gb.facebook.com/longamp/ • TC Electronic Flashback 2 UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2u3UHm8 USA: http://bit.ly/2GVHWlh Australia: http://bit.ly/2CVjyxO • Strymon BlueSky UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2wJSNO8 USA: http://bit.ly/2L1CqzH Australia: http://bit.ly/2GgGPLr • TheGigRig QMX8 https://www.thegigrig.com/quartermaster Why do we have preferred retailer links? Find out here: http://www.thatpedalshow.com/partners Interesting bits and go-to sections… - Intro and welcome: 00:00 - What are we doing? 1:00 - Thorpy Fallout Cloud: 3:28 - Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster: 4:30 (6:38) - Gray Guitars? 7:20 - Nobels ODR-1: 9:04 - ProCo RAT2 JHS Pat Rack: 10:27 (11:15) - Rat nutters: 12:15 - How Graham sets his RAT: 14:20 - TC Electronic Flashback 2: 14:50 - Backward rolls. Really: 17:38 - Go on, show us how to play Parklife, properly. Please? 19:30 - No Distance Left To Run: 21:35 - Electro-Harmonix Micro Q-Tron: 23:40 - Seymour Duncan Palladium Gain Stage (and Pressure On Julian): 25:05 - Longamp Roxanne: 27:30 - Nobody taught me the guitar: 29:15 - Let’s see if anything inspires? 30:06 Guitar in this episode • Gray Guitars Grayling: http://www.grayguitars.london/grayling/ Amps in this episode • Victory Sheriff 22 and V212VH cabinet (1 x Celestion G12H Anniversary, 1 x Celestion Vintage 30) • Marshall 1987x with Marshall 2061x 2x12 cabinet (Celestion G12H Anniversary speakers) Both amps are running all the time We hope you enjoy this video. Please subscribe to our channel. You may even want to buy a T-shirt to support our efforts https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com We are also on Patreon – crowdfunding for creatives https://www.patreon.com/ThatPedalShow Please visit our preferred retailers! UK & Europe: Andertons Music http://bit.ly/2cRvIvt USA: Riff City Guitar & Music Company http://bit.ly/2cyOYjD Australia: Pedal Empire http://bit.ly/2mWmJQf www.grahamcoxon.com
Gray Guitars presents - Graham Coxon (Blur, solo artist) - interview, riffs, history and gear
Graham Coxon is simply one of the finest musicians of his generation. The music of Blur helped to define British music in the 90s, with classic albums such as Parklife, Blur and 13 being the high water marks of guitar-led popular music. Graham's use of the guitar as sonic architecture knew no bounds - his experimentation with effects and textures was only matched by his incredible ability to create memorable riffs, melodies and solos within Blur's eclectic and unique songs. Graham breaks down some of his most iconic riffs - Parklife, Song 2, Bugman, No Distance Left To Run and There's No Other Way are all played and their back stories revealed. Graham talks about his acoustic playing, Blur's early days and gives very personal comments about his writing partner and lifelong friend, Damon Albarn. I am super proud to have Graham playing my guitars and I had a exceptionally enjoyable day recording the audio and video for this promo. For all fans of Graham and Blur - I am one of you. Being able to sit with Graham and listen to him playing the guitar one-to-one was a humbling experience and one that I will never forget. Email me here for pricing and lead times. email@example.com Check out the incredible British companies that made this video possible. Graham absolutely loves this stuff! www.grayguitars.london www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk www.origineffects.com www.victoryamps.com www.thorpyfx.com www.grahamcoxon.com Truly best of British! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkULCWoYX8ktH7zmwlQd-ig
Graham Coxon & Thomas Gray Interview - Warren Huart Produce Like A Pro
Sign up here to get exclusive videos and content https://www.producelikeapro.com/free-... Thomas Gray Custom Guitars: http://www.grayguitars.london/ Graham Coxon: http://www.grahamcoxon.com I'm very honored and privileged to sit down with the wonderful Graham Coxon, lead guitarist of Blur and Thomas Gray, who builds custom guitars for legendary guitarists like Tim Renwick and many others! Graham gives us many amazing insights into Blur's production and songwriting process and you'll learn various ways to spark your creativity when writing songs, and tips on finding your own unique voice with your music! Graham and Thomas were also kind enough to give us a detailed walkthrough of their guitar setup, and show us how to achieve a wide variety of great guitar tones, from Jazz to heavy sounds, creating ambient textures and country/bluegrass. You'll get the combined knowledge of not only one of the best guitarists in the world, but also a well versed custom guitar manufacturer! I hope you enjoy this video! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, Warren Produce Like A Pro is a website which features great tips to help the beginning recordist make incredible sounding home recordings on a budget. www.grahamcoxon.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpyUGZeMUtOvt57UACw3H2g
Gray Guitars presents Graham Coxon and Stephen Street - talking 'Blur', 'Parklife' and much more
Gray Guitars is super proud to present this film that explores the creation of one of British Rock's finest modern albums 'Blur' by Blur. Tom Gray chats openly and exclusively with Graham Coxon and super producer, Stephen Street on the 20th anniversary of the album that included classics such as 'Beetlebum', 'Song 2', 'On Your Own', 'MOR' and 'Chinese Bombs'. Stephen is a legend in his own right, engineering, composing and producing for The Smiths, Blur, The Cranberries, The Kaiser Chiefs amongst many more. The film became longer than any of us expected and runs at over an hour. As a huge Blur/Coxon/Street fan, I simply could not bring myself to cut any of the footage out! We talk of 'Blur', recording techniques, riffs, songs and lyrics. We touch on musical influences, guitar chords, guitar pedals and recording techniques amongst many other subjects. We naturally got onto the subject of 'Parklife - how the title track almost never made it to the record, it's appeal to this day and the sources of inspiration for it's inception. Rough running order! 0 - 40 minutes: the 'Blur' album 40 - 50 minutes: guitar influences 50 - 70 minutes: 'Parklife' I hope you enjoy it! Maybe watch it in bits or sit through the whole shebang! Watch out for these wonderful objects! Grayling Model - 3 tone sunburst, mahogany back, maple top http://www.grayguitars.london Hudson Electronics Sidecar - germanium overdrive pedal www.hudsonelectronics.com Origin Effects Compact Cali 76 compressor (always on Jack!) www.origineffects.com Tremotron from Stone Deaf Effects. (used to re-create MOR!) www.stonedeaffx.com Nantucket P90 pickups www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk