Thursday, April 1, 2010


No, not the kind that comes from Graham's guitar, although that's great, too. But I love getting feedback from all of you who frequent this site, and new visitors, too! Please leave comments with suggestions, critiques, comments, Blur memories, anything! That's how interesting discussions start, and it helps me to make this a better site for everyone!



  1. I found this site back in January and being someone who hasn't seen Blur live "properly" I think you are sent from the musical heavens. You have no idea how grateful I am.

  2. Well thank you for the kind words! Is there anything I could do to make the site better?

  3. I found this site from your sig on the Blur forum. I regularly read the forums, but I've never actually joined or posted myself.

    I think the site's great, really fantastic. Many live recordings to download which I appreciate greatly and the reviews you write are really interesting and informative.

    If you'd like something to improve... I'd say where possible when you say "a recording of this exists to download' if you could provide a link to download it where possible. I understand this may not always be possible though.

  4. Thanks for the feedback! If I'm understanding you correctly, do you mean when I mention a recording exists/is available when I do the tour reviews? Because what I mean, and I apologize if this isn't clear, is the bold faced shows have confirmed (by me) recordings, but I may not have them all. So the ones I don't have (that I'm looking for) exist, but I don't have them yet.

    I'm going to try to share as much as possible from my collection, and I'm going to begin to tag them by year to make them easier for you the search out in the page archives.

  5. love the site! please post another show from 1993.

  6. Nice to read and see (and listen....) such amazing and interesting things... been an old fan (since march 1990)... it seems to me that I've been living all my life with blur on my side.... glad to have seen a lot of concert in the early years... and the Hyde Park too...
    keep on being totally "blurred"... cheers !