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Graham Coxon
The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score)

The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score) by Graham Coxon marks the Blur guitarist’s first foray into the world of soundtracks. Graham was inspired by the Channel 4/Netflix production’s dark comedy and found himself working at uncharacteristically fast pace with the final tracks selected from around 40 pieces he’d written. Look out for the single Walking All Day, which will be lifted from the album. LP on Graham Coxon Records.
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Michael Horovitz accompanied by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Paul Weller
Bankbusted Nuclear Detergent Blues (Jazz Poetry SuperJam 3)


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Graham Coxon / Luke Daniel
Falling

Graham Coxon is using his fame for good here by showcasing new talent and raising money for charity. This 7” single features Coxon covering Falling, a song by the apparently very talented, but very unknown songwriter Luke Daniel. Side two features Luke Daniel’s own version. All proceeds go to the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), which looks to prevent male suicide. Nice one Graham!
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Michael Horovitz accompanied by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Paul Weller
Ballade Of The Nocturnal Commune / Extra Time Meltdown (Jazz Poetry SuperJam 2)


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Graham Coxon
A & E

Grumpy Blur guitarist (we don't have to say ex-guitarist anymore -- sick!) Graham Coxon breaks something and does the sensible thing: gets it checked out. Or, actually, he makes an album called A + E in an attempt to convey the more raw and ruinous qualities of his song-writing and recording craft, with ten songs that document excessive living and attempt to evoke that lifestyle in sound -- lots of post-punk grittiness here, and none of it cleaned up.
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