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Graham Coxon: Live At The Zodiac [DVD]
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Tracklisting - * Escape Song (Live At The Zodiac) * Spectacular (Live At The Zodiac) * No Good Time (Live At The Zodiac) * I Wish (Live At The Zodiac) * That's All I Wanna Do (Live At The Zodiac) * Bottom Bunk (Live At The Zodiac) * Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery (Live At The Zodiac) * Girl Done Gone (Live At The Zodiac) * All Over Me (Live At The Zodiac) * Bitter Tears (Live At The Zodiac) * People Of The Earth (Live At The Zodiac) * All I Wanna Do Iz Listen To Yuz (Live At The Zodiac) * Freakin' Out (Live At The Zodiac) * Who The Fuck? (Live At The Zodiac) * Been Smoking Too Long (Live At The ICA) * Latte (Live At The ICA) * Live Line (Live At The ICA) * Baby, You're Out Of Your Mind (Live At The ICA) * All Over Me (Live At The ICA) * My Little Girl (Live At The ICA) * Here I Go (Live At The ICA) * Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery * Spectacular * Freakin' Out * Live At The Zodiac Menu Loops
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This engaging and energetic performance was recorded at the Oxford Zodiac in 2004, during Graham's first full length UK tour since his spell in rehab which ultimately led to his departure from Blur the year before. Now on his own, the talented man is in his element here, mixing in a healthy combination of new material from his then current album 'Happiness in Magazines', alongside some older songs into the set list. The gig is well edited together for this release, the sound and visual quality is spot on, allowing us to be able to perfectly see and hear just how good he can play on that guitar, as well being able to sing in his under-rated, unique voice.
The special features are equally as good. There's the zany and quirky promo videos for the hit singles 'Bittersweet Bundle Of Misery', 'Spectacular' and 'Freakin' Out', and a delicious acoustic set, performed and filmed at the ICA art exhibition later in the year. With this intimate performance and private gig, we are able to watch the genius that is Graham Coxon, just being Graham.
For every Graham fan, and indeed Blur, 'Graham Coxon: Live At The Zodiac' is an essential purchase. Buy it, and watch a master at work.
He begins with the fantastic Escape Song, always a safe opener, then dispensing with the glasses (after some self-deprecating Brains from Thunderbirds jokes) he launches into Spectacular.
This is a nice blend of old and new songs, played with genuine passion, his solos are wild and unpredicatble and his childlike voice a great contrast to the regular assaults on his guitar.
All the favourites are here plus an acoustic set from the ICA which presents the other side of Graham.
Highly recommended to fans and newcomers alike, this dvd captures a man in the ascendancy on the cusp of greatness...okay okay I may be over-reacting but someone once said "Clapton is God" when it comes to the guitar, but he isn't - Graham Coxon is!
This is not low budget affair, the live gig at the Zodiac, has exception live sound, and the footage is sharp, and very well edited together( by someone called Fizz, sounds a very cool character) and the filming was done by George and Mildred( wondered what they were up to now there tv show is over)Lots of different camera angles,seamlessly edited together, make this a very energetic live performance. The acoustic set, is very understated ( which is a good thing), as Graham starts the gig with out a word. Yet again easy to watch with its strange close up camera angles.
The promos are great, strange and quicky.
This is a very top notch DVD a must for all fans!!!!
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