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The band complied and Albarn wrote " For Tomorrow ", which became the album's lead single.
The band complied, with Mick Jagger ostentatiously rolling his eyes heavenward whenever he reached the song's one-night-only, clean refrain, " Let's spend some time together ".
Columbia complied with the request, and the band immediately made a live album that was a mix of gospel and country on their own label.

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In an August 2008 Observer interview, Gorillaz band members Albarn and Hewlett revealed the nature and title of the project, Journey to the West, a movie adaptation of the opera of the same name based on a 16th-century Chinese adventure story also known as Monkey.
Damon Albarn of Blur summed up the attitude in 1993 when after being asked if Blur were an " anti-grunge band " he said, " Well, that's good.
Their next album, 13 ( 1999 ) saw the band members experimenting with electronic and gospel music, and featured more personal lyrics from Albarn.
The band members were homesick ; Albarn said, " I just started to miss really simple things ...
The debate over which band would top the British singles chart became a media phenomenon, and Albarn appeared on the News at Ten.
" Blur became perceived as an " inauthentic middle class pop band " in comparison to the " working class heroes " Oasis, which Albarn said made him feel " stupid and confused ".
Coxon, in particular, began to resent his band mates ; James for his playboy lifestyle, and Albarn for his control over Blur's musical direction and public image.
Coxon, recognising his own personal need to — as Rowntree put it —" work this band ", wrote a letter to Albarn, describing his desire for their music " to scare people again ".
Graham Coxon recorded a string of solo albums, while Damon Albarn dedicated his time to Gorillaz, the animated band he had created with Jamie Hewlett.
Albarn told Q soon after James ' statement that the band had no intention of recording or touring live again.
In a 1993 NME interview, Damon Albarn of Britpop band Blur agreed with interviewer John Harris ' assertion that Blur was an " anti-grunge band ," and said, " Well, that's good.
Damon Albarn (; born 23 March 1968 in Whitechapel, London ) is a English musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and actor who came to prominence as the frontman and primary songwriter of the Britpop band Blur.
After studying Drama and playing in short lived synth pop outfit, Two's a Crowd, Albarn formed a band with Coxon which, after various incarnations, evolved into Blur with additional members, Alex James and Dave Rowntree.
During the two-month American tour, the band became increasingly unhappy and homesick homesick ; Albarn said, " I just started to miss really simple things ...
The debate over which band would top the British singles chart became a media phenomenon, and Albarn appeared on the News at Ten.
" Blur became perceived as an " inauthentic middle class pop band " in comparison to the " working class heroes " Oasis, which Albarn said made him feel " stupid and confused ".
After the completion of the reunion dates, Albarn told Q that the band had no intention of recording or touring live again.
Gorillaz is a virtual band composed of four animated band members created in 1998 by Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, co-creator of the comic book Tank Girl.
Two modern examples of the " cartoon rock group " could include the British band, Gorillaz — a musical project created in 1998 by British musician Damon Albarn and British cartoonist Jamie Hewlett, and Dethklok, a fictional death metal band created by Brendon Small.
Damon Albarn frequently stated that the door was always open for Coxon to rejoin the band.

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Louisa May Alcott, who was ten years old at the time, later wrote of the experience in Transcendental Wild Oats ( 1873 ): " The band of brothers began by spading garden and field ; but a few days of it lessened their ardor amazingly.
He also wrote his first pieces of songwriting around this time for this band.
The Wolfe Tones, an Irish rebel music band, wrote a song also called " Sunday Bloody Sunday " about the event.
Beginning in the 1930s, he wrote songs in the big band and swing genres that were popular at the time.
His bands have included Watt 4 ( 1980 ), in which he played keyboards and provided voice, Craig Charles and the Beat Burglars ( 1989 ), The Sons of Gordon Gekko ( 1989 ), where he wrote lyrics and also composed tunes for the band, and The Eye ( 2000 – 01 ), with whom he released the rock album " Giving You The Eye, Live at the Edinburgh Festival ".
Ingram, older than the rest of the members of the band, left to serve active duty in Vietnam, and was later replaced by Walter " Clyde " Orange, the second lead singer who wrote or co-wrote many of their hit tunes before Lionel Richie came on board.
* The Christian alternative rock band Daniel Amos wrote a song titled Hound of Heaven on their 1978 album Horrendous Disc that is based on the Thompson poem.
* The Substructure, a Christian underground band, wrote a song " Running Time " ( released on the KUDZU Musicians ' Sampler 1997 ) loosely based on Thompson's poem.
Some years later, in 1953, Grainger wrote a work titled Bell Piece ( Ramble on John Dowland ’ s ‘ Now, O now I needs must part ’), which was a version scored for voice and wind band, based on his previously mentioned transcription.
Styne established his own dance band, which brought him to the notice of Hollywood, where he was championed by Frank Sinatra and where he began a collaboration with lyricist Sammy Cahn, with whom he wrote many songs for the movies, including " It's Been a Long, Long Time " (# 1 for 3 weeks for Harry James and His Orchestra in 1945 ), " Five Minutes More ," and the Oscar-winning " Three Coins in the Fountain ".
He wrote the song " R. A. M. O. N. E. S " for the Ramones, which he still plays in his live sets as a tribute to the band.
In February 2010, the Australian judge ruled that " Down Under " did contain a flute riff based on " Kookaburra " but stipulated that neither was it necessarily the hook nor a substantial part of the hit song ( Colin Hay wrote the song years before the flute riff was added by a later member of the band ).
Uruguayan band El Cuarteto de Nos wrote the song " Me Amo " ( I Love Myself ) in which the chorus sings " como Narciso soy " ( I am like Narcissus ).
According to Peter Hook, the band wrote and recorded enough material during the sessions for this album to release a follow-up in the near future, but it has yet to materialise.
Unlike previous recordings, the band had little time to practice beforehand, and Black Francis wrote much of the album in the studio.
He wrote lyrics for a number of tracks on the IAMX albums " Kiss + Swallow " and " The Alternative " and released the album All These Lines Make Noises in 2005 as singer / songwriter / lyricist with the band transporter.
The band wrote a McSweeney's theme song and forty-four songs for an album that was meant to be listened to with the journal, with each track corresponding to a particular story or piece of artwork.
He even wrote an acoustic ballad, " You're Getting Married One Night ", but when he played it to the rest of the band, it was met with silence.
He was head of the Durham Militia band 1760 – 61 and visited the home of Sir Ralph Milbanke at Halnaby Hall in 1760, where he wrote two symphonies, as well as giving performances himself.
What was not mentioned at the time was that the cutting back of his involvement in the new XTC recordings, ( the string arrangements having been taken over by Andy Partridge ), meant considerably fewer " points " in the calculation of royalties ; as Gregory never wrote any songs for the band, this put a significant dent in his potential income from the album, basically reducing his payments to that of a session musician.
To counteract management sending in the Salvation Army band to cover up the Wobbly speakers, Joe Hill wrote parodies of Christian hymns so that union members could sing along with the Salvation Army band, but with their own purposes.
Dolenz wrote a few of the band ’ s songs as well as providing the lead vocals for such hits as " Last Train to Clarksville ", " Take a Giant Step " and " I'm a Believer ".
" Don't think I'm getting hard, Burnie ," he wrote to his brother, " but I'd go to hell to hear a good band.
The band reached a creative peak in the early 1940s, when Ellington and a small hand-picked group of his composers and arrangers wrote for an orchestra of distinctive voices who displayed tremendous creativity.

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