It was a nice little interview, he seemed in good spirits throughout. I loved all the little bits of music that he kept playing on different instruments. The way that he just launched into 'Melancholy Hill,' and UTW was great. I tend to agree with Villa Rosie about him singing at a lower octave, his speaking voice is so low and mellow and it seems rather unlikely that he should be singing so high! But then, I watch interviews from years ago and he has always had a deep speaking voice really. I'm sure that the high vocals sound fine when recorded, it's just live when it seems a bit of a struggle for him to reach the notes sometimes. They did say that the interview was first thing in the morning as well, and I guess that doesn't help either.
Fab little bonus Graham bits too! They made me smile, especially when he said that he imagined Damon listening to a bit of his solo stuff and being like 'enough, Coxon!'