Memories Of 1994 With The Grays

Jul 18th, 2008 // 5 Comments


The Jason Falkner/Jon Brion fronted act the Grays weren’t around for long, but pulling out their out-of-print album Ro Sham Bo today has been a wonderful trip down power-pop memory lane. Digging for YouTube material featuring the act led me to a treasure trove of Jason Falkner footage on YouTube–which includes nearly an entire Grays’ concert recorded in Denver. Some footage from that show after the jump.

“Both Belong”

“Spooky”

“Blessed”

“My Home Is Not A House”

“Is It Now Yet?”

Here’s hoping SonyBMG, which doesn’t take kindly to embeddable content by even those artists whose material is out of print, lets these clips live on the Internet for a while.

Filmmadman’s Channel [YouTube]

  1. Anonymous

    That’s EMI Music Publishing’s SVP Creative Dan McCarroll on the drums, ladies & gentleman!

  2. tigerpop

    OMG I LOVE THIS BAND

  3. Marth

    I would follow Jon Brion into hell. No questions asked.

    (And I did once. It was called “The Break Up”)

  4. Reidicus

    I have “Ro Sham Bo” on cassette. Yes, that’s how old I am.

  5. blueeyeddevil

    Saw ‘em in Bosston in 94 – superly awesome. What happened to Buddy Judge?

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