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Jamie Murphy (Space guitarist)

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Nationality  British
Name  Jamie Murphy
Music group  Space
Occupation  Musician
Role  Musician
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Born  December 23, 1976 (age 38) (1976-12-23)
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Albums  Tin Planet, Spiders, Music for Aliens, Love You More than Football

Jamie Murphy (born December 23, 1976) is a musician from Liverpool, best known for being the co song writer and lead guitarist of the group Space, whom he also co-founded. After leaving the group in 2002 due to being at constant logger heads with Tommy (the other song writer in Space), he started a new group called Firehead with Vince Camilleri. Jamie was the co singer songwriter with Vince Camilleri who played guitar for ex Beatles drummer Pete Best & Franny Griffiths in the new Liverpool band DUST,Vinnie Jamieson from Echo & The Bunnymen played drums for them.Vince Camilleri is now Spaceman V Man and released his first single 'Spaceman' www.spacemanvman.co.uk

Murphy was well known for writing the more punky/edgy songs during his time in Space. Murphy was also the youngest member of the group, as he was only 15 when Space started and 16 by the time they signed a record deal.

Songs

Female of the Species
Ballad of Tom Jones
Me and You vs the World
Me and You Versus the World
The Man
Begin Again
Avenging Angels
Mister Psycho
Gravity
Spiders
I Am Unlike a Lifeform You've Ever Met
Hell Of A Girl
Lovechild of the Queen
Neigbourhood
Fran In Japan
Voodoo Roller
Turn Me on to Spiders
The Shit You Talk Is Beautiful
Bastard Me - Bastard You
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
Only Half an Angel
Stress Transmissions
Love You More Than Football
Paranoid 6Teen
Night Breed
Earth Girls
Numb the Doubt
Hell's Barbecue
Bad Day's
Welcome to the Neighbourhood
Cromosphere 23
The Unluckiest Man in the World

References

Jamie Murphy (Space guitarist) Wikipedia


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