Ashley Frieze | Discograffiti

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Discograffiti

by Ashley Frieze

This is the second stand-up comedy music album from UK comedian Ashley Frieze. Many of the songs were in, or were written for his show Discograffiti, which toured the UK and hit the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Introduction
1:03 album only
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2. You Never Close Your Eyes
0:41 album only
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3. Call Me Irresponsible
0:24 $0.49
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4. Day of the Ipod I
0:27 $0.49
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5. Elton I Quit
2:03 $0.49
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6. Moby Dick
1:01 $0.49
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7. Roget's Thesaurus
0:41 $0.49
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8. Day of the Ipod II
0:22 $0.49
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9. Andrew Lloyd-Webber's Gruffalo
2:12 $0.49
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10. Where's Wally?
1:49 $0.49
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11. One Sided
1:49 $0.49
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12. Glee?
1:52 $0.49
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13. Everybody...
1:24 $0.49
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14. Bear Grylls
1:04 $0.49
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15. Day of the Ipod III
0:23 $0.49
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16. Discograffiti
1:56 $0.49
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17. First I Was Afraid
2:20 $0.49
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18. One Sided (Live)
1:59 $0.49
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19. Hotel Hell (Live)
3:26 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Discograffiti was about Ashley Frieze's search for the perfect song. Ashley has been writing songs for 10 years, self taught. He wondered if he really knew what it would take to create the perfect song.

What followed was a series of attempts to create the perfect song using ideas from various books on the subject. Perhaps the secret lay in a good opening line? Maybe a songwriting partnership like Elton John's might work, though perhaps partnering with Elton would be a difficult relationship ever to get out of. Maybe inspiration could be taken from works of classic literature.

After attempting to write a realistic love song, to sing the truth and to follow up the obvious statement of "Everybody Hurts" with something else everyone does, Frieze eventually discovers the simple truth - if he doesn't write about how he feels, his discography will be worthless.

Also included are a couple of live bonus tracks and the continuation of his iPod saga that began on his previous album - The Seven Deadly Sings - with "The Day That My iPod Was Stolen".

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