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Graham Parker — Big Man on Paper
Album: Human Soul
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 habermas wrote:
It's the first time that I hear a Graham Parker song - at least that I am aware of. Somehow reminds me strongly on Bruce Springsteen in his early days. Very remarkable! Nice song. Keep it in the rotation. Are there other songs by Graham Parker in the rotation yet? I am eager listening...

Cheers,
Habermas
 
Not near enough.

 Desire wrote:
It doesn't matter. Graham Parker is still the greatest and he should have more airplay than he does.
 
{#Clap} Amen to that sister!!!!

One of the great things about Graham Parker is that he was so criminally underplayed that almost everything he did sounds new to me. And I like what I'm hearing.
bmo wrote:
Randy Newman in an echo chamber?
No. That would be Morrisey. OMG, that dude is borrrrrrriiiiiinnnnnng.
cloyd42 wrote:
A lot of his songs were covered by other people--Elvis Costello, Rockpile, Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe, The Proclaimers, John Hiatt, Huey Lewis. They all knew each other, produced each other's records, played on each others records--so they all had a fairly familiar (Stiff) sound.
It doesn't matter. Graham Parker is still the greatest and he should have more airplay than he does.
It's the first time that I hear a Graham Parker song - at least that I am aware of. Somehow reminds me strongly on Bruce Springsteen in his early days. Very remarkable! Nice song. Keep it in the rotation. Are there other songs by Graham Parker in the rotation yet? I am eager listening... Cheers, Habermas
bmo wrote:
Randy Newman in an echo chamber?
A lot of his songs were covered by other people--Elvis Costello, Rockpile, Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe, The Proclaimers, John Hiatt, Huey Lewis. They all knew each other, produced each other's records, played on each others records--so they all had a fairly familiar (Stiff) sound.
Glockman45 wrote:
lobster claw
Monk Fish liver
NiceGuy2005 wrote:
Nice. Reminds me of someone from the 80's, just can't put my finget on who.
Randy Newman in an echo chamber?
lobster claw
This is the first time I've heard Graham Parker on Radio Paradise! Thanks! He's one of my favorites! :cheers:
hmmmÂ…not a big fan.
Kurt_from_La_Qui wrote:
great song. and i'm not saying that just because i uploaded it. well, maybe i'm just a little biased. now if bill would only play it.
Agreed! :sunny:
Kurt_from_La_Qui wrote:
great song. and i'm not saying that just because i uploaded it. well, maybe i'm just a little biased. now if bill would only play it.
thanks bill!
Hmm, this is not bad. I'm a little non judgemental at the mo though, it being friday night and all :drummer: :bounce: 8) :moon: :yell: :nyah: :drunk: :bounce: :sunny.gif: :sunny.gif:
Maybe Elvis Costello a bit... NiceGuy2005 wrote:
Nice. Reminds me of someone from the 80's, just can't put my finget on who.
i really like Graham's voice!
Nice. Reminds me of someone from the 80's, just can't put my finget on who.
Works for me...and not because you uploaded it! :wink:
great song. and i'm not saying that just because i uploaded it. well, maybe i'm just a little biased. now if bill would only play it.