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Anyone Can Play Guitar (2009)

A documentary which paints a portrait of Oxford's 30 year-strong music scene. Featuring new interviews and rare archival material from Radiohead, Supergrass, Ride, Swervedriver, Foals, ... See full summary »

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Jon Spira

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Jon Spira
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Credited cast:
Samantha Battles Samantha Battles ... Herself
Andy Bell ... Himself
Robin Bennett Robin Bennett ... Himself
Nick Burton Nick Burton ... Himself
Lee Christian Lee Christian ... Himself
Andy Clyde Andy Clyde ... Himself
Gaz Coombes Gaz Coombes ... Himself (as Gareth Coombes)
Mark Cope Mark Cope ... Himself
Nick Cope Nick Cope ... Himself
Richard Cotton Richard Cotton ... Himself
Richard Duriez Richard Duriez ... Himself
Amelia Fletcher Amelia Fletcher ... Herself
Adam Franklin Adam Franklin ... Himself
Mark Gardener ... Himself
Daniel Goffey Daniel Goffey ... Himself (archive footage)
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A documentary which paints a portrait of Oxford's 30 year-strong music scene. Featuring new interviews and rare archival material from Radiohead, Supergrass, Ride, Swervedriver, Foals, Talulah Gosh, The Candyskins, Unbelievable Truth and many others. Written by Anonymous

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The story of the small town music scene that changed the world

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 November 2011 (UK) See more »

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