David Gray


can i get hold of "Dead in the water" on mp3 from anywhere for free?

>>By mat   (Friday, 8 Nov 2002 08:52)

I am a big music fan, have been for 30 years. I came to know David Grey like many people with the commercial sucess of White Ladder. The latest release, Dead In The Water is a tremendous body of work. I read where he was influenced by Van Moorison's, Astrial Weeks, and I believe you can hear that influence in Dead In The Water. The thing I like most about Dead In The Water is that it is void of any high impact (radio play) oriented single. Instead, for me, the CD is like a river, flowing from one song to the next, perfectly inter-woven.

Excellent stuff, I perticularly enjoy the song Freedom, it really speaks to me.

>>By rick   (Friday, 17 Jan 2003 12:58)

I have a very outside request here. I'm looking for a bootleg of David Grey's show at the UIC Pavillion (in Chicago) on Feb. 7th. If you have info. on this, please email me at jerrylaux@hotmail.com and include the subject heading: David Grey Bootleg.


>>By Jerry   (Tuesday, 11 Feb 2003 19:44)

I was wondering if anyone knows the song that was played on Alias the last sunday in february by David Grey. His voice is so distinctive, I know it was him, but I have never heard the song before. I am dying to find out where I can get it!!!!


>>By Christine   (Monday, 10 Mar 2003 23:22)

Hi Folks

There is a Dutch web-cast of a show in which David Gray plays an song just voice and piano it starts after approx 15:45 in the show .

You need to install real audio player

The link:


Please read this safety warning before you listen to the show when you hear the people talking in this show they have got nothing stuck in their throats it's just how the Dutch talk. You all were going to find out sooner or later and it's best you heard this from me please don't try this at home the stunts shown on MTV's "Jackass" are less dangerous that trying to talk Dutch.
All the people in the show are trained professional don't try this at home kids

A note for the die hard Star Trek fans. The story goes that a couple of Star Trek writers visited our fair country bumped their heads on something and smoked something they shouldn't and come up with the great idea to take our national pride: “The Dutch language” as the basis of what Klingon produce when the are trying to talk.
I for one can't hear the resemblance but but if you can then I will join you in a Kgachpgrech to prove you wrong when we will meet at the gig.

>>By FYI   (Sunday, 27 Apr 2003 23:20)

David Gray is by far one of my favorite artists. John Mayer, Coldplay and Doves are among some of my others. Recently I have been getting into Ashley McIsaac and his brilliance on the fiddle. Check him out

>>By Drake1   (Thursday, 8 May 2003 22:07)

Hello! I have to know that has david been in any band?

>>By mohan   (Saturday, 24 May 2003 17:58)

2 things. david is in the film this years love
and if you like him why dont you try ryan adams

>>By montoya   (Saturday, 31 May 2003 23:10)

I was recently introduced to david grey's music and was wondering what cd's or songs are worth purchasing? Any body have any opions? Email jt1122000@yahoo.com

>>By Curious   (Wednesday, 4 Jun 2003 00:20)

white ladder is a must you dont know davids music till you have heard this album amazing

>>By montoya   (Friday, 6 Jun 2003 20:39)

i would like to know the name off the dawson song by david gray..whats its title??

thx much

>>By A fan   (Saturday, 7 Jun 2003 20:48)

are you talking about dawson as in creek???

>>By montoya   (Saturday, 7 Jun 2003 22:11)

Does anyone know what the song "Freedom" is about? It's agreat song, I just wish I knew what it was about.

>>By jage   (Wednesday, 11 Jun 2003 23:49)

getting married

>>By montoya   (Saturday, 14 Jun 2003 13:10)

Hey Music Lovers!! This is the Hard Rock Cafe in Dallas...we are excited about David coming to town on August 5, and we wanted to invite his fans to come out before or after the show and enjoy our Happy Hour with $2 drinks (4-7) on our new patio. We also have live music every Friday and hip-hop on Saturdays. So come by, say hi and let's talk music!

>>By Crispy   (Wednesday, 18 Jun 2003 00:39)

David Grey is about shere pleasure runningg through you audios. This is the closestr definition you can get of something you may listen to for hours and just get more interested in.
Great music.

>>By OnkelTC   (Sunday, 29 Jun 2003 03:00)

Is anybody aware of the possibility of David touring up to Canada specifically Vancouver????

>>By fluffy   (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 07:09)

i just would like to say
he's helping me...
i'm not doing that well
but he pulls me trough

>>By me   (Friday, 18 Jul 2003 21:43)

Just got to hear "White Ladder" and the album kind of creaps on you and resides in you forever!

>>By Krish   (Sunday, 20 Jul 2003 13:23)

I just got back from David Grey's concert in Cincinnati Ohio. This was the first time I've ever heard his band and I thought it was....OK.
As you know Grey is from London. His music couldn't seem to escape a very melow tune, wether slow or upbeat. One thing was I noticed alot of wistling sounds continous from the keyboard player all through the concert. These unusual sounds, in a sense, pulled me away from enjoyment. I hear many songs created by the English and they alot seem to have a whistling tune tied in the backround. For me, this turns my affection of the song sour. Could this reason be only myself, a malufunction in the speaker connection, or is it just the style that the band is going for. Besides, the concert stadium was less than half full.

I will admit, his music was well put together. Every song kept a good beat, he had a origional use of pianos, drums and guitars (also the hawaiian shirt, glow-in-the-dark drumstick swirriling drummer kept me and my date amussed). But to say if I would pay to go see another Grey concert, I think ill wait to splurge on the next Dave Matthew's tour.

>>By GFeezy   (Saturday, 26 Jul 2003 09:38)

saw him at gladstonbury........
he's the man!

>>By noggin the nog   (Sunday, 7 Sep 2003 13:58)

My first time out 'in here'......I'm trying to get a hold of the lyrics to 'it's not easy beeing me'. Can anyone help me? I notice that the question has been raised before.

>>By KJ   (Monday, 23 Feb 2004 13:14)

Oooh, I love his kind of music...

i could listen "please forgive" in a neverending loop... so nice

>>By johnny84   (Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 00:11)

Is it true that he's Welsh?

>>By nonyeb   (Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 00:17)

You can easily be captured by his songs, i love "First Years Love, and Please Forgive Me... The One I love is also good!

>>By Hey There Tracy   (Tuesday, 26 Jun 2007 22:19)

hey there bobble head

>>By scarletnikki   (Monday, 29 Oct 2007 20:26)

Well I was forced to go and see David Gray as part of a deal which sees my lucky lady return the favour by going to see My Bloody Valentine (she doesnt know how lucky she is!). I was suprised at that variety of people in the audience, and a fine selection of ladydom too, it must be the wobbly head they like? But he's just a bit too Ikea coffee table for me....I ended up thinking which Smiths record has he nicked this riff from. I know i know Im sad....A kind of poor mans Nick Drake..

>>By defacer   (Thursday, 13 Mar 2008 19:52)

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