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  colin greenwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
colin, jonny greenwood's older brother, is the bassist of the band.
colin has found his niche in the world of stardom, he enjoys playing shows, but would rather be found playing in a studio, where its just sound, and a steady supply of boos.
colin's musical influences include: talking heads, r.e.m., tom waits, and the fall.
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 Colin Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colin Charles Greenwood (born on 26 June 1969, in Oxford, England) is a member of Radiohead.
Colin is often described as the intellectual of the band, having completed his studies in modern American literature.
In 2004, Colin served as a judge for the New Generation Poets talent contest, sponsored by the Arts Council of England.
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 Jonny Greenwood - Music Downloads - Online
Along with his brother Colin, Greenwood attended Abingdon School near Oxford; it was here that the older Colin first came into contact with schoolmate Thom Yorke.
Jonny Greenwood, who was a couple of years younger than the other four, repeatedly asked to play with the group; he was finally invited to play harmonica with On a Friday at a 1987 gig at the Jericho Tavern in Oxford.
In late 1992, Radiohead exploded in America with their single "Creep"; featuring Greenwood's jarringly percussive, muted guitar bursts (which strangely provided the song's hook), "Creep" was widely embraced by MTV and alternative radio, who put the song into heavy rotation.
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 ISKCON New Zealand - Craftsman Colin Greenwood dedicates art to Krishna
After exposing the man who was part of the Puri ‘mafia’, Colin, because of his sincerity and courage, gained the respect of the local brahmins and artisans, and he believes that doors began opening for him because of this.
Colin explains that although he is illiterate he always has help when he needs it, and he is currently working on illustrating a book written by Janananda.
Colin was recently commissioned to work in the Blue Mountains for two months and with the money he earned from this project he was able to financehis projects in India.
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 Epinions.com - "That's Not The Album, It's The Demos" Radiohead: Hail to the Thief Demos.
Accompanied by Colin Greenwood and Selway’s slow rhythm, Yorke sings, “I sail to the moon/I spoke too soon/And how much did it cost/I was dropped from the moonbeam/And sailed on shooting stars” with his seductive, falsetto vocals.
Led by Selway’s smooth, bass-pounding drums and Colin Greenwood’s throbbing bass lines, the song is a return to the world of guitar rock as O’Brien and Jonny Greenwood play an array of droning, melodic guitar riffs that are menacing in its performance.
With Jonny Greenwood leading with his melodic guitar tracks, Yorke sings, “Feel it, why so green/And lonely (repeat 3 times)/Heaven sent you/To me (repeat 3 times)/We are accidents, waiting, waiting to happen/(repeat line)” as the song’s tempo intensifies a bit led by Jonny Greenwood playing a blistering, wailing guitar solo.
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 The Irish Times - 15.09.01 - Colin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Colin Greenwood was 12 years old when he first met Thom Yorke.
Greenwood also cites Talking Heads as an early influence, both on their approach and on their music.
For example, Colin put the Alice Coltrane sample on "Dollars and Cents" and it was Jonny who got Humphrey Lyttelton to play trumpet on "Life in A Glasshouse".
www.radioheadperu.com /prensa/i_itimes.html   (1350 words)

 Jonny Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greenwood was just starting university when 'On A Friday' - Radiohead's initial choice of name - signed a recording contract with EMI in 1991; he abandoned his degree in favour of Radiohead shortly after starting his course.
Jonny Greenwood was hired by the BBC as its composer in residence in May 2004, a job which gave him the opportunity to compose several pieces for classical orchestra, piano and/or Ondes Martenot: Smear, Piano for Children and Popcorn Superhet Receiver.
Greenwood is married to Sharona Greenwood and has a son named Tamir (to whom Hail to the Thief was dedicated) and a daughter named Omri, born in 2005.
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 BAND History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Jonny Greenwood, Colin's younger brother, became the final addition to the band when Colin took him along to rehearsals as a shortcut to babysitting him.
Colin Greenwood said: "It felt a bit like we were in a dead-end street and that was really frustrating." The band only appeared at the Amnesty International Concert in Paris (10 December 1998), and Thom and Jonny performed at the Tibetan Freedom Concert in Amsterdam, where a new song, "Pyramid Song", made its live debut.
Jonny Greenwood and Phil Selway had cameo roles in the film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, for which they recorded three songs, but their fictional band The Wyrd Sisters, fronted by Pulp's Jarvis Cocker, only got a few minutes of screen time.
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 Colin Greenwood (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab-5.cs.princeton.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Colin GreenwoodColin Charles Greenwood (born June 26, 1969) is a member of Radiohead.
He usually plays the bass guitar and is the brother of fellow band member Jonny Greenwood.
Colin's bass ability is overshadowed by his fellow brother bandmember Jonny and Ed O'Brien.
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 Radio Head Colin Greenwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Place of Birth : Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK Colin Greenwood (born on 26 June 1969, in Oxford) is a member of Radiohead.
He is the brother of fellow bandmember Jonny Greenwood.
While an undergraduate studying English Literature at Peterhouse, Cambridge, Colin served as the college's entertainment officer, and helped arrange several gigs for the band.
www.radioheadguide.com /colin.php   (255 words)

 Jonny Greenwood - Free Music Downloads, Videos, Lyrics, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Although most people's initial musical exposure to Jonny Greenwood came via his hugely distorted guitar crunches on Radiohead's breakthrough single "Creep," Greenwood (not to be confused with his older brother/bass-playing bandmate Colin Greenwood) could be more appropriately described as Radiohead's jack-of-all-trades -- a multi-instrumentalist who is as comfortable playing..
Beginning immediately with the opening atonal "Airbag" riff, Greenwood redefined what a guitar could sound like, whether it was the distant, chiming gull-cries of "Subterranean Homesick Alien" (which succeeds admirably in its attempt to recreate Miles Davis' Bitches Brew trumpet tone) or the digital meltdown near the end of "Paranoid Android."
On the ensuing North American tour, however, Greenwood's dissatisfaction with playing strictly guitar-oriented music reached its zenith -- a feeling that was carried over into the recording studio following the tour's completion.
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 Amazon.com: Bodysong: Music: Johnny Greenwood,Jeremy Brown,Julian Argulles,Gerald Presencer,Gene Calderazzo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
You probably know that Jonny Greenwood is in Radiohead, possibly one of your favorite bands, and you're wondering if it's worth your hard earned cash to pick up this album.
Amazon has it listed as Collin Greenwoods album and it is his brother Johnny that put it together.
which is hard to believe, because johnny greenwood is one of the most successful/talented/famous guitar players in the world.
www.amazon.com /Bodysong-Johnny-Greenwood/dp/B0000DZGGU   (1696 words)

 Mark's guide to Whose Line is it Anyway? - Episode Guide - Series Thirteen (2000-01)
Whose Line: Davy Crockett (Colin) and Jim Bowie (Ryan) about to make their last stand at the Alamo and Colin is losing his nerve (12.36)
Sound Effects: Colin & Ryan are two buddy cops relaxing in their squad car just before being called to an incident.
Colin (co-anchor "Biff") - frat boy cruising in a car with his buddies, Wayne (sports presenter) - in a Miss Fitness USA pageant, Ryan (weatherman) - Inca high priest who must sacrifice a virgin.
www.whoseline.net /show/epguide/13guide.html   (1426 words)

 radiohead biography | ateaseweb.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
It was somewhere in 1982 when Thom Yorke, at the age of 14, asked Colin Greenwood to join him for a new band with Ed O'Brien.
Guitarist Jonny Greenwood previously said that the gigs are "to let [Radiohead] get their shit together" and allow the songs the chance to evolve, while fellow band member Ed O'Brien explained that they want to be "pretty self-indulgent"
Colin Greenwood: "All the attention is gratifying, but we want it when all our hard work's done and the best it can be.
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 Radiohead - Colin Greenwood
He's not the most talented bassist to ever walk the earth, but he's the only one that could work well with a band like Radiohead.
Such is his style, Colin is a vital foundation for the band to build their songs around.
But he enjoys a drink and is very strong minded and astute with a good sense of humour.
radiohead1.tripod.com /band/colin.htm   (254 words)

(Participators- Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Kathy Greenwood.) In this rare game, Ryan, with either Wayne or Kathy, and an audience member selected by Drew play corpses, while Colin uses their bodies to act out scenes (think of it as Colin is a child, and the others are his “action figures”).
Colin is usually the bad cop, and Ryan's usually the good cop.
Colin and Ryan’s personalities are based on Drew.
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 Documento sin título   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The accepted explanation is that the music press has not forgiven the band for slipping by unnoticed, before any of the mags could "discover" this "next big thing." By the time the press woke up to Radiohead's brilliance, it was too late.
When the Greenwood brothers, with drummer Phil Selway, discussed OK Computer with me before the recent Toronto show, the subject of the British press brought out minor criticisms from the musicians, mixed with a distinct "Rule, Brittania" pride.
Colin Greenwood credits Bends producer John Leckie with providing the education the young band needed to take charge.
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Radiohead were formed in the mid-Eighties at Abingdon School, a boys-only public school located just outside the city of Oxford, which drummer Phil Selway, guitarist Ed O'Brien, guitarist/vocalist Thom Yorke, bassist Colin Greenwood and Colin's brother Jonny all attended.
Radiohead refused to create a stylistic sequel to OK Computer, opting for a minimalist and textured style featuring less overt guitar and more diverse instrumentation, such as the ondes martenot, electronic beats, strings, and jazz horns, but retaining some of the lyrical and musical hooks of their earlier records.
In 2005 Greenwood, along with Radiohead drummer Phil Selway, appeared in the film of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as part of a fictional band fronted by Pulp's Jarvis Cocker; they recorded several songs available on the soundtrack.
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 Greenwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Greenwood is a term with many uses, particularly as a placename and a personal name:
Colin Greenwood (born 1969), British musician, bassist for Radiohead (brother of Jonny Greenwood)
Jonny Greenwood (born 1971), English musician, guitarist for Radiohead (brother of Colin Greenwood)
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 US-7025 - Whose Line Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Wayne Brady, Kathryn Greenwood, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
Scene - A bad-tempered Santa, Ryan, and one of the panicky elves, Colin, are late loading up the sleigh to start the round of deliveries.
Colin's baldness - Kathy as a hideous crone in Weird Newscasters creates some sort of potion using "a hair from a bald man" (she gets it from Colin).
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 Guitar Sheet Music - Make Music With Radiohead (Guitar Solo - Guitar)
Creep - Performed by: Radiohead - Composed by: Thomas Yorke, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway, and Jonathan Greenwood - ©1992
Optimistic - Performed by: Radiohead - Composed by: Thomas Yorke, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway, and Jonathan Greenwood - ©2000
Airbag - Performed by: Radiohead - Composed by: Thomas Yorke, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway, and Jonathan Greenwood - ©1997
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 JR.com: RADIOHEAD in Music
Radiohead: Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano); Ed O'Brien (vocals, guitar); Jon Greenwood (guitar); Colin Greenwood (bass); Phil Selway...
Radiohead: Thom E. Yorke (vocals, guitar); Ed O'Brien (guitar, background vocals); Jon Greenwood (guitar, piano, organ); Colin Greenwood...
Radiohead: Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood,...
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 eBay — Radiohead Music CDs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Radiohead: Thom Yorke (vocals); Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway.Additional Personnel: Adam Cummings (guitar).Engineers include: Nigel Godrich.OK COMPUTER was nominated for the 1998 Grammy Award for Album Of The Year and won...
Radiohead: Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano); Ed O'Brien (vocals, guitar); Jon Greenwood (guitar, recorder, piano, organ, synthesizer); Colin Greenwood (bass); Phil Selway (drums).Additional personnel: John Matthias (violin, viola); Caroline Lavelle...
Radiohead: Thom Yorke, Colin Greenwood, Johnny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Ed O'Brien.Engineers: Jim Warren, Nigel Godrich, Will Shapland.Recorded live in England, Germany, and Norway.So you're one of the most innovative, admired bands in the world.
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 Amazon.ca: Radiohead: Meeting People Is Easy: DVD: Grant Gee,Thom Yorke,Jonny Greenwood,Ed O'Brien (II),Colin ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Apart from interviews with Thom and Colin, this film is nothing but much-too-long shots of mindless, useless imagery (think Japanese people in escalators for 5 minutes straight with a distorted "Climbing Up the Walls" playing in the background, or something of the sort).
At times, the background music overpowers the speaker and most of the backstage scenes seem unneccessary, rather dull, actually.
Colin Greenwood: I'm talked out; I'm a vacuum brained bimbo.
www.amazon.ca /Radiohead-Meeting-People-Grant-Gee/dp/B00000IPG9   (2062 words)

 WireImage: Listings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Colin Greenwood, Thom Yorke and Phil Selway (drums) of Radiohead
Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway (drums) and Thom Yorke of Radiohead
Thom Yorke, Colin Greenwood and Phil Selway of Radiohead
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