Crow Sit on Blood Tree is the third solo album by Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, released in 2001. Notably, it is perhaps the darkest and quietest of Coxon's albums, containing mournful ballads ("All Has Gone", "A Place for Grief"), folky tracks ("Too Uptight", "Thank God for the Rain") and Coxon's signature overdriven rock songs ("Burn it Down", "Empty Word"). All tracks written by Graham Coxon. There is a hidden track of a low guitar-humming sound at the end of "A Place for Grief".
Band Name Graham Coxon. Album Name Crow Sit on Blood Tree. Data de lançamento 06 Agosto 2001. Labels Transcopic Records. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
everything graham coxon comes out with is great including the stuff from blur. his influences of american indie, (dinosaurjr. sonic youth and pavement) folk (nick drake) and old mod brit bands like The Jam are all associated in the making of all coxon's albums. The songs "burn it down", "thank god for the rain" and "bonfires" are some the stand out tracks of the album "crow sit on blood tree. graham coxon may be the greatest guitarist still performing.
Graham Coxon – Crow Sit On A Blood Tree-Tired. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 12- A Place For Grief 2001. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 08- Hurt Prone. Graham Coxon – Empty Word. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 09-Bonfires. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 10- Thank God For The Rain. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 07-Tired. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 05- Too Uptight. Graham Coxon Blur Crow Sit On Blood Tree 2001 – 04- Burn It Down.
Album by Graham Coxon. Thank God For The Rain. You Never Will Be. A Place For Grief. MusicBrainz: Crow Sit on Blood Tree.
Graham Leslie Coxon (born 12 March 1969) is an English musician, singer-songwriter and painter who came to prominence as a founding member of the rock band Blur. As the group's lead guitarist and secondary vocalist, Coxon is featured on seven of Blur's studio albums, from 1991's Leisure to 2015's The Magic Whip, despite being absent from the group from 2002 to 2008 owing to a dispute with the other members during the recording of 2003's Think Tank. He has also led a solo career since 1998. This was followed by the more extreme The Golden D in 2000 and the thoughtful Dylan-Drakesque Crow Sit on Blood Tree (2001). After going solo full-time, he released The Kiss of Morning in 2002.