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Download Whered You Go? - Graham Coxon - The Sky Is Too High (CD, Album)
Label: EMI - 5099963324525,Transcopic - 5099963324525 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Punk, Indie Rock


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  1. Samum says:
    The Sky Is Too High is the first solo album by Blur guitarist Graham sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.coed in , he wrote, recorded and produced all the music himself. Most of the album consists of lo-fi acoustic songs with some overdubbed electric guitar and percussion, similar in style to the Blur songs "Miss America" (from Modern Life is Rubbish) and "You're So Great" (from Blur, one of Genre: Indie rock, folk rock, psychedelic folk, lo-fi.
  2. Kajilkis says:
    Graham Coxon had often said he felt the loose, jagged, American-indie sound of Blur's self-titled album was "his" more so than the band's other members -- The Sky Is Too High, released between Blur and its follow-up, 13, lends credence to this of the record is drum-less, consisting of oddly slanted constructions of electric and acoustic guitars in Coxon's 6/
  3. Meztirr says:
    Label: Transcopic - TRANLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic, Indie Rock Graham Coxon - The Sky Is Too High (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(27).
  4. Gozragore says:
    12 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Graham Coxon - The /5(76).
  5. Mugis says:
    Coxon, Graham - Sky Is Too High - Music Skip to main content Graham Coxon Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 11 ratings. See all 18 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. out of 5 stars The best album of Graham Coxon/5(11).
  6. Tojakora says:
    re-issue of coxon's '98 solo debut, including classic tracks 'a day is far too long', 'r u lonely?' & 'hard & slow'. most of the record is drum-less, consisting of oddly slanted constructions of electric & acoustic guitars in coxon's trademark style (quirky, sloppy riffs & arpeggios shooting all over the fret board). the real magic is the way this approach works so perfectly on strange minimal.
  7. Kizilkree says:
    The Sky Is Too High Digital Album; Click for larger image. Graham Coxon The Sky Is Too High Digital Album Where'd You Go? 3. In A Salty Sea 4. A Day Is Far Too Long 5. R U Lonely? 6. I Wish 7. Hard And Slow 8. Me You, We Two 9. Waiting.
  8. JoJozil says:
    The Sky Is Too High je první sólové album anglického písničkáře a kytaristy, člena skupiny Blur, Grahama Velké Británii vyšlo srpna na Coxonově labelu Transcopic. Coxon je výhradním autorem všech skladeb, které rovněž sám nahrál a .

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