Colin Greenwood

Colin Greenwood

Colin Charles Greenwood (born 26 June 1969), is an English musician, composer, and the bassist for the rock band Radiohead. Apart from bass, Colin plays keyboards and synthesisers and works on sampling on the electronic side of Radiohead. He is the older brother of fellow band member, Jonny Greenwood.

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Paranoid Android - Background and Recording
... Colin Greenwood admitted that the band, in attempting it to see if they could make the disparate elements work together, "felt like irresponsible schoolboys who were doing this.. ... The rest of the song is not personal at all." In an early interview, Colin Greenwood described it "just a joke, a laugh, getting wasted together over ... writing yet Ed O'Brien denies they wrote "a 'Bohemian Rhapsody' for the nineties", while Jonny Greenwood considers it too tense and simple to rival Queen's song ...
Like Spinning Plates - Music and Lyrics
... Colin Greenwood explained "We set up these tape recorders and we disabled the erase heads ... "venomous guitar riff" over a "trance-like metallic beat" Colin Greenwood's bassline was inspired by Chic bassist Bernard Edwards ... making what seems like drivel into something coherent." Colin Greenwood played an Alice Coltrane record over the recording, inspiring his brother Jonny to write a "Coltrane-s ...
Hail To The Thief - Music - Tracks 1–7
... The sound of Jonny Greenwood plugging in his guitar, with Yorke replying "that's a nice way to start, Jonny," is audible before the song begins ... Jonny Greenwood was initially unimpressed with Yorke's demo of the song, feeling it had "only half an idea", but felt it became "just about the best song on the record" after the ... Bassist Colin Greenwood called the track "the point when we managed to work out how to make all the boxes and machines talk to each other." The lyrical imagery came from the time ...

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