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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Even though I don’t know much beyond The Best Of – Blur shaped my adolescence despite being a bit too young when they were officisl their prime. History Photography Paperback Books.
Blur: Days: The Official Story by Stuart Maconie
Drawing on offjcial hours of exclusive interviews he has done with the band since their early days, Stuart Maconie offers a gripping insight into this intense, hedonistic quartet.
Well, I decided to stumble back into this book to warm up for MSG. The official story of Blur, told through exclusive interviews. The lowest-priced item in unused and unworn condition with absolutely no signs of wear.
Blur | Book: 3862 Days by Stuart MacOnie – 2003
Aug 21, Mandy rated it really liked it Shelves: The book also does a great job detailing the hor This took me forever to read, but it was well worth it! The remarkable thing about Maconie’s writing is how he grounds Blur in time and place.
I decided to buy this book after I re-read Alex James’ autobiography, which left me feeling disappointed. Of 38862 we now know that, for the moment, Blur are happily reconciled with Graham back in the fold, but the tone at the end of the book seems very much to imply that Blur had worked out all their differences while recording 13 and that histody would be smooth sailing from that point forward.
Plus there’s quite a few interesting facts behind the making of their first five albums – the sixth gets a brief mention which does shed some light on how blur work and how Stephen Street helped guide the band into stardom by acting as a peacemaker. The problem with biographies of people who are still alive is that you never know if that’s the right time to write it.
It was too much about him, and not enough about the band. Jul 03, Agnese rated it really liked it.
However, there’s lots of good information, new insights from the band, lovely sketches of uistory four boys in candid moments, adorable baby photos, and what I especially liked, cover artwork by Graham Coxon himself. Sep 17, Malcolm Frawley rated it really liked it Shelves: Sean rated it liked it Mar 31, Jun 12, Crispin Kott rated it really liked it.
The only thing I hated about this book is that it ends in He gives you context about not just the music scene but the ba Last year, I saw Damon Albarn solo and decided to dig out all my officiial Blur stuff to get reacquainted with my favorite band from my teen years.
Now updated with fresh interviews including insights into lead singer Damon’s new act, Gorillaz, that is sweeping awards on both sides of the Atlantic. For me what was interesting the most were the relationship, as in any story.
Blur : 3862 Days – The Official History by Stuart Maconie (1999, Paperback)
Stuart Maconie is a TV and officil presenter, journalist, columnist and author. History Paperback Agriculture Books. I would be thrilled if Maconie decided to update his book now, though some may point out that the No Distance Left to Run film did much to fill in the years between and And nothing is left to approximation: As a fairly new and American, ha!
But it’s great to think that all those terrible moments are now gone, and that they’ve had glorious reunions since and a new record in Virgin- Music – pages. Open Preview See a Problem?
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The official story of the most significant British band of the 90s. It contains big chunks of direct quotes from the band members a device I thought worked well.