26 August 2016

On This Day In Oasis History...














The video below is from August 26th 2000, when Oasis played at the 'Gig On The Green' in Glasgow, Scotland.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In Glasgow












Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play at the Glasgow Summer Sessions in Glasgow, Scotland (Aug 26th).

25 August 2016

Liam Gallagher Has Signed A Record Deal With Warner Bros













The former Oasis man has signed to Warner Bros. Records UK, where he's "looking forward to making some super sweet sounds".

The former Oasis man has signed to Warner Bros. Records UK, where he's "looking forward to making some super sweet sounds". Liam Gallagher 2011
Liam Gallagher has signed a record deal, with plans to release his debut solo album next year.

According to Music Week, the former Oasis frontman has signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records UK, and will be releasing his first solo studio effort in 2017.

Speaking about the announcement, Gallagher said: "Very excited to be signing to the mighty Warner Brothers. Looking forward to making some super sweet sounds. Keep the faith!"

President at Warner Bros. UK, Phil Christie, added: “Liam’s one of the all-time greats - brilliant, distinctive, controversial and captivating.

“The album he’s currently recording is big, bold and heartfelt, and it feels important and culturally relevant.  It’s great to be working with Liam, Debbie and UROK on such a strong return for one of the UK’s most loved artists.”

This week in an interview with Q Magazine the Some Might Say singer already revealed he had 10 or 11 tracks, which he described as "chin-out music".

He teased: “They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are fucking funny.

“We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people. "

Source: radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...














It's official I'm a cunt LG x

On This Day In Oasis History...














The videos below are from August 25th 2000, when Oasis played at the Reading Festival in England.

24 August 2016

Setlist: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Belfast













Below is the setlist from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at Belsonic, Northern Ireland.

Everybody's on the Run
Lock All the Doors
In the Heat of the Moment
Riverman
Fade Away
The Death of You and Me
You Know We Can't Go Back
Champagne Supernova
Ballad of the Mighty I
Live Forever(Snippet)
Talk Tonight
D'Yer Wanna Be a Spaceman?
The Mexican
Half the World Away
Listen Up
If I Had a Gun...
Digsy's Dinner
The Masterplan
Wonderwall
AKA... What a Life!
Don't Look Back in Anger

Gallery: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Belfast













Click here for a number of pictures of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play at Belsonic in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?














A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's event are in Leeds and Manchester.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

The Kinks Ray Davies Urges Liam Gallagher To Patch Things Up With Noel













The Kinks star Ray Davies has urged Liam Gallagher to patch things up with his brother Noel.

The Come Dancing singer, who is a neighbour of the former Oasis frontman in North London, has famously feuded with his own sibling and ex-bandmate Dave for years, and he doesn't want the Gallaghers' rivalry to fester any longer.

Liam and Noel haven't been on speaking terms since the guitarist quit the group during a tour in 2009.

The Live Forever singer tells Q Magazine, "He (Davies) told me to patch it up with my brother. I said, 'I will if you do!'"

In the rare interview, Gallagher reveals he also lives close to George Michael, who once sent him flowers, and celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, adding, "I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p**sed-up (drunk), asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls."

And Liam tells the publication he has embarked on a new fitness regime, running seven miles every day.

"(I'm) leaving about 5am unless I've been out on the sauce (drinking), then I'm getting in at 5am," he smiles.

The singer concludes the interview by insisting Oasis will reform one day.

"I believe Oasis will sail again and it'll be glorious," he says. "If it's really about the fans, Noel, let's do it - because they want it. One year. Tour for a year. We'd smash it. My bags are still packed from my last tour, so I'm ready."

Noel has previously refused any and all attempts to reform Oasis.

Source: www.tv3.ie

On This Day In Oasis History...














Below is an interview with Liam and Noel Gallagher in Orlando, Florida. The interview was originally broadcast on CDUK on August 24th 2002.

23 August 2016

Liam Gallagher Reviews Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds












The former Oasis singer reckons he could have made one of his brother's songs a "100 times better".

Liam Gallagher has given his appraisal on his brother Noel Gallagher's solo career, and despite saying some of it is "good," he hasn't held back about what he doesn't like.

In an interview with Q Magazine, the former Oasis singer shared his thoughts on Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, admitting he's "heard some songs on the radio or TV".

The outspoken rocker started out with the positive, conceeding: "It's good. Typical Noel songs." However, when it came to AKA... What A Life! he said: "If I'd have sung it I would have changed the whole dynamic. I'd have made it 100 times better."

The 43-year-old added: "I like that Everybody's On The Run one. But that new one with the na-na-na-na bit? [In The Heat Of The Moment] No, not having that at all. It sounds like Blur."

If that wasn't honest enough, it turns out Liam isn't too keen on his brother using the saxophone, either, concluding: "Our kid's not weird enough to go Bowie. Putting a sax on it doesn't make you Starman."

Talking about the upcoming Oasis documentary, Supersonic, and if it made him miss his brother, Liam revealed: "I miss the Noel in the film, that's the Noel I know.

"And I do love him. I don't sit at home crying into a picture of him, though and I'm sure he doesn't of me either. But I'm an energy and I bet he misses that energy".

Source: www.radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher Got In Trouble For Throwing Stones At Jamie Oliver’s House













Liam Gallagher has revealed that he ended up in trouble with neighbour Jamie Oliver after making an unconventional late night request for a bacon roll.

Speaking in an interview with Q Magazine as he prepares to launch his solo career, the former Oasis hellraiser revealed how he caused trouble with TV chef Jamie, who lives near him in Hampstead, North London.

Liam said: ‘It’s like Stella Street, round here: Jamie Oliver lives up the road. I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p*ssed-up, asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls.‘
To be honest, if Jamie lived near us we’d do that too. Good effort.

But he also played down talk of a fully-fledged solo career, and instead claimed that he ‘demoed some songs.’

‘I am not embarking on a solo career. Everybody should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I’ve written that are eligible to be recorded.

‘They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are f****** funny.

‘We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people.’

Liam also answered the question on the lips of every Oasis fan, and says he thinks a reunion with brother Noel will happen eventually.

‘I believe Oasis will sail again and it’ll be glorious’, he said. ‘If it’s really about the fans, Noel, let’s do it – because they want it. One year. Tour for a year.

'We’d smash it. My bags are still packed from my last tour, so I’m ready.’

Source: metro.co.uk

More On Liam Gallagher's New Music













Liam Gallagher has said in an interview with Q that he's working on new music with "two lads I know". He elaborated: "One's a multi-instrumentalist and he can play anything. Not that there's much to play on these songs. One guitar, acoustic. One guitar, electric. Drum kit, keyboard about that big [measures out 12 inches between his hands]. That's your lot. Proper sparse, really pumping. How it should be. We've demoed some songs..."

"I am not embarking on a solo 'career'," Gallagher went on to clarify. "Everyone should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I've written that are eligible to be recorded. They've got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are fucking funny. We'll record them this year and release it next year. It'll shock people. It's a record written by me, that's got all the right ingredients and sounds well tasty. You won't be scratching your chin. It's not Pink Floyd and it ain't Radiohead. It's chin-out music."

The current issue of Q is on sale now.

Some More Bits From Liam Gallagher's Interview With Q Magazine That's On Sale Now













Liam’s most explosive interview yet
Calls Noel out for being jealous
Admits he still loves his brother
His Views on Coldplay



























Liam speaks exclusively to Q magazine this month about his return to music, his emotional past few years, his thoughts on politics, throwing stones at Jamie Oliver’s window and of course, his brother Noel. Liam really didn’t hold back in what could be his most explosive interview yet.

























The New Liam

Liam on the last few years… These last few years have been emotional. Eye-opening. Mind-bending. But emotional.

Liam on his girlfriend… Debbie saved me. No bullsh*t. Debbie swooped me up as I was falling, she just said, ‘Stop being a dickhead.’ She got me out of the house, introduced me to all kinds of people outside my world, got me doing new things. I’ve lived in London a long time, but I only really knew Hampstead. She took me to new places. I’ve been to Dalston, man.

Liam on his new fitness regime…  I run around seven miles every day, leaving about 5am. Unless I’ve been out on the sauce, then I’m getting in at 5am. Normally, though, seven miles.
Liam on climbing trees… Climb the odd tree too. Climbed one the other day. I was running on the Heath and I thought, ‘That looks like a nice tree, I’m going to climb that f*cking tree.’ Climbed it and sat there with my hood up for about 10 minutes.

Liam on waking up Jamie Oliver… It’s like Stella Street, round here: Jamie Oliver lives up the road. I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p*ssed-up, asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls.

Liam on becoming friends with his milkman… He’s f*cking top, he gave me a pint of lactose-free milk for nothing the other day.

Talking about Noel Gallagher... When Noel loses his fame… Nobody will really understand what it’s like to leave the bubble unless you’ve been in the bubble. When our kid falls out of the bubble he will fall hard. That big machine around him. The itinerary. Noel Gallagher’s life is all mapped out for him from the moment he wakes up.


Liam on laying off Noel… Oh, I know. I know. Lots of people say I need to chill out about Noel. Not until they stop Twitter. That c*nt will always get it from me.

Liam on Noel hitting back… He slagged me off when we were in the same band! He’d do his interview, I’d come in to do mine and they’d go, ‘He doesn’t like you, does he?’ I’d be saying how great he was. He still has pops. He needs to know that I ain’t going away.

Liam on Oasis splitting… I was more disappointed that Oasis split up. I wonder if he was. I’ve never heard him say he was disappointed about Oasis. No, he’s got what he wanted.

Liam on Tweeting about Noel… Well, yeah. I’ve heard they really annoy him. Someone told me the other week that the only thing that does his nut in are my tweets. Good. They will carry on and they will get bigger and better

Liam on reuniting with Noel…. Do you think I want to be in a band with that c*nt? He says, ‘Liam has to change.’ Get to f*ck. So I just tweet when he drops the ball because I will not let him get away with murder.

Noel was quoted as saying Oasis wouldn’t get back together “not even if all the starving children in the world depended on it”

Liam’s thoughts on this quote…  It doesn’t hurt me mate, doesn’t hurt me. If the guy doesn’t want me back in our band then I don’t want to either. I don’t want to be in a band with someone who doesn’t want me.

Liam on Noel’s celebrity friends… Whatever next? Robbie Williams turning up on his next record? I’d have to send the police round. Put it this way, Noel lives in a £17million house. That changes you, I reckon. You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine that Bono’s recommended. And Damon Albarn becomes your mate. Fair dos, but not for me.

Liam on missing Noel… I miss the Noel in the film, that’s the Noel I know. And I do love him. I don’t sit at home crying into a picture of him, though, and I’m sure he doesn’t of me either. But I’m an energy and I bet he misses that energy.

Current affairs
Liam on Politics… I am partial to Prime Minister’s Questions though. I’m not bothered about politics, Theresa May and that other c*nt can get on with it

The boring music of today
Liam on retiring… No, it’s f*cking sh*t. It’s boring without me, isn’t it? On my game I will roast anyone. Anyone. Whether it’s interviews, photoshoots, on record or on that f*cking stage. And there are a lot of people getting away with murder on that stage from my generation.


New music
Liam on his new songs… We’ve demoed some songs and it’s sounding…I am not embarking on a solo ‘career’. Everyone should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I’ve written that are eligible to be recorded. They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are f*cking funny.

Liam on when they will be released… We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people. It’s a record written by me, that’s got all the right ingredients and sounds well tasty. You won’t be scratching your chin. It’s not Pink Floyd and it ain’t Radiohead. It’s chin-out music.

Liam on his influences… Music isn’t influenced by music, I don’t think. It’s influenced by life. To have good music you have to have an interesting, varied life. Sh*t music comes from boring lives. The reason why so much music is boring, no matter how many bells and whistles and strobes they stick on it, is because they have boring lives. My wonky life over the last few years is going to make for better music.

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That was Noel. We went to George Michael’s house after the Olympics. He was there, might have been with one of Take That. He was down at the bar at the end of the garden. George Michael was on at the Olympics, we [Beady Eye] were on at the Olympics, and where’s Noel? Watching it on telly, drinking a cocktail in George’s garden. This is the same man who slagged George off for Shoot The Dog. You’ve got some f*cking nerve. I said, ‘You alright, you seen that?’ ‘Yeah, it was alright.’ ‘You’re weird, you c*nt.’

The current issue of Q is on sale in stores and digitally now.

THE SECOND AND THIRD PICTURES USED IN THIS POST PHOTO CREDIT Q.

Here's What We Know About Two New Liam Gallagher Songs Called 'Greedy Soul' And 'Bold'













During Liam Gallagher's interview with Q, the interviewer was played two demos of tracks on Debbie Gwyther laptop one was called 'Greedy Soul' and the other 'Bold'.

The interviewer said both tracks were absolutely brilliant and sounded nothing like Beady Eye or Oasis.

He said that 'Greedy Soul' was shockingly good. A stripped back beat-soul number which sounds like Mark Bolan playing Street Fighting Man, he added there is an urgency and clarity to Liam's voice on it that hasn't been apparent for a long time.

'Bold' he said was a more stately Plastic Ono Band affair. The interviewer said that his notes on his phone are unclear ("Lay it n me, U didn't di what I was tol... MEGA CHORUS") He  said that he listened to 'Greedy Soul' twice either side of it, so who knows really.

The current issue is on sale now and available in stores or digitally.

Liam Gallagher On The Consistent Oasis Reunion Rumours And More













Liam Gallagher has spoken about the consistent Oasis rumours and the upcoming Oasis documentary 'Supersonic' that is released later this year.

He told the current issue of Q "People ask me all the time about Oasis getting back together. I've read Noel saying "He's the one giving kids false hope.' For someone who hasn't done an interview in four years, its amazing how I'm doing that.

He added "You'll notice that every time he's got a record out or gigs booked, then all the rumours about an Oasis reunion start floating around. His record comes out and it all goes quiet. They're the ones spinning the bullshit. He was going on about how he was so busy, why would he be bothered about something that happened 20 years ago. Your management's idea to do the film (Supersonic). They rung me. I said 'about fucking time' But don't go in the press, 'I'm way too fucking busy for this shit. I've got a gig at Kendall Calling playing to a load of people dressed as bacon and eggs.' Ignition are the ones that bought this film into play and great. I'm well on board with it. But don't spin it that you're are far too busy for Oasis as they're the ones putting out the albums again and making the film."

The current issue is on sale now and available in stores or digitally.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In Belfast












Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play at Belsonic in Belfast, Northern Ireland (Aug 23rd).

Liam Gallagher On His Potato Tweets













Liam Gallagher has spoken about his various tweets on brother Noel calling him a potato.

He told the current issue of Q "Those are the best ones. I don't take photos where he doesn't look like a potato. The day he looks like a courgette, he'll get that aswell. Harmless fun"

Noel responded to Liam's tweets in an interview with the Toronto Star in June.

He said “We’ve not been on speaking terms since 1996,” Noel added. “I tolerated [Liam] up until he stopped being able to sing. When singing becomes shouting — I switched off then. I was just amassing money.”

Liam Gallagher Says Coldplay Look 'Beyond S*it'













Liam Gallagher has spoken to the new issue of Q Magazine about Chris Martin and Coldplay.

He said "There's are a lot of singers out there who are one step away from the Vicar. And very few that stare at you in the eyes. They've all got something to hide. They know they've done wrong. You ever get Chris Martin to look you in the eye? I'm sure he does put on a good gig, Chris Martin, the amount of money he gets paid. He looks like he's in the Tweenies, though. The whole band looks beyond shit. Have they got any pictures of The Rolling Stones? Probably not."

The current issue is on sale now and available in stores or digitally.

Liam Gallagher On the End Of Beady Eye













Liam Gallagher has spoken about the end of Beady Eye who split in October 2014.

The band formed in 2009 and was made up of Gallagher, former Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and drummer Chris Sharrock.

He told the current issue of Q "We were going to do Coachella but it got cancelled as it was going to lose us three pound fifty each. It was the first record where I haven't played America, which I was furious about but nobody else seem bothered. I was happy to pay for everybody, do it low budget, no security, on the bus and away we go. Andy Bell was on about tinkering with Ride again which is fine, but I'm not going to be in a band with people who are in 900 bands. Crack on do yer Ride thing, see you later. I didn't see a point in making a third album."

The current issue is on sale now and available in stores or digitally.

Liam Gallagher Believes Oasis Will Sail Again And It'll Be Glorious














Although the band broke up in 2009 after a furious row between Liam and his brother Noel, Liam admitted he would be open to a comeback "for the fans".

He told Q magazine: "I believe Oasis will sail again and it'll be glorious. If it's really about the fans, Noel, let's do it - because they want it. One year. Tour for a year.

"We'd smash it. My bags are still packed from my last tour, so I'm ready."

However, Liam, 43, doesn't appear ready to bury the hatchet with Noel, as he also accused Noel of being a **** and of having "small-man syndrome".

He said: "Do you think I want to be in a band with that ****? He says, 'Liam has to change.'

"Get to f**k....If the guy doesn't want me back in our band then I don't want to either.

"I don't want to be in a band with someone who doesn't want me."

"Every f**king soundcheck he'd stand in the middle and sing. The geezer's got small-man syndrome."

And he is furious that Noel is now pals with Damon Albarn, frontman of Oasis' one-time rivals Blur.

He fumed: "Whatever next? Robbie Williams turning up on his next record? Noel lives in a £17 million house. That changes you.

"You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine Bono's recommended. And Damon Albarn becomes your mate."

Meanwhile, Liam - who is preparing to release new songs next year - claimed to be a "lone wolf" and says his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther is his only friend.

He said: "I can count my friends on no hands. I don't have any apart from Debbie. I do my own thing. I'm a lone wolf."

Liam Gallagher's exclusive interview with Q magazine is out now.

Source: www.waterloochronicle.ca

Liam Gallagher's Exclusive Interview With Q Is On Sale Now













Liam Gallagher is on the front cover of next months Q Magazine that goes on sale on now in stores and digitally.

“It’s been boring without me, hasn’t it?” 

LIAM GALLAGHER RETURNS! 

In a world exclusive interview, Q’s Ted Kessler meets Liam Gallagher down his local boozer to hear how the greatest frontman of his generation got his life back together. Liam tells Q how he found himself in crisis after the split of Beady Eye and how he’s making plans for a dynamic new chapter.


 























The magazine is on sale in stores and digitally now.

Liam Gallagher On His Tweets About Noel













Liam Gallagher has been speaking about the tweets he makes about his elder brother Noel.

He told the current issue of Q "Oh I know. I know. Lots of people say I need to chill out about Noel. Nah, nah, not until they stop Twitter. That cunt will always get it from me. He slagged me off when we were in the same band! He'd do his interview, I'd come in to do mine and they'd go, 'He doesn't like you, does he?' I'd be saying how great he was. He still has pops. He needs to know I'm ain't going away."

The interviewer said that Noel probably knows that now and the singer added "Well yeah. I've heard they really annoy him. Someone told me that the other week that the only thing that does his nut in are my tweets. Good. They will carry on and they will get bigger and better."

The current issue is on sale now and available in stores or digitally.

Liam Gallagher On Beady Eye, Noel, Johhny Marr And More











Liam Gallagher has spoken to the current issue of Q about his brother Noel being disappointed when Beady Eye split up.

The singer said "Was he? I'm sure he was. I was more disappointed Oasis split up. I wonder if he was. I've never heard him say he was disappointed about Oasis, No, he's got what he wanted."

When asked What was that? Was it to be a frontman? Liam said "Without a doubt, without a doubt. Jealous, every f*cking soundcheck he'd go stand in the middle and sing. The geezer's got small man syndrome. He never had the nerve back in the day, so he joined my band and slowly wormed his way to the front, got his balls together. Same as Johnny Marr. Get yourselves over to the other side, play your guitars, play it with yer teeth, because there's no place for you over here. You know when your kid puts on make-up on and tries to look grown-up for a laugh? it's like that. They're playing at being frontmen. Get back over there. They look stupid.

"He's a great guitarist, our kid. He looks like Steve Jones when he's over there on that side. Be happy over there. But out front he looks like Don McClean. If he thinks he's Lee Mavers he needs to have another look at himself because Lee Mavers is dark and mysterious and you don't know what's going to happen with Lee Mavers. You know what's going to happen with Noel. His fucking sleeves, rolled up. It's like Dermot O'leary with a guitar. Fuck Off. He needs to fuck back over his side of the stage and strike a pose".

 Get your copy for the full interview in print or on digital  on sale now.

Liam Gallagher On Living The Quite Life, Noel, Oasis And More













The rocker has revealed he prefers the quiet life now as he prepares to launch his solo comeback.

Now, as he launches his solo comeback — which I revealed he would but he denied — the ex-Oasis frontman is a self-confessed recluse.

In a stunning interview, Liam reveals he’s cut ties with most of his former allies since his split from Beady Eye in 2014, dedicating himself to his “saviour”, girlfriend and  manager Debbie Gwyther.

That’s despite their huge fights, as revealed by The Sun on Sunday and Bizarre.

Liam told Q Magazine: “I can count my friends on no hands. I don’t have any apart from Debbie. I do my own thing. I’m a lone wolf.”

In his Nineties heyday Liam was a regular at celeb haunts like the Met Bar in London, with models and hangers-on desperate to be in his company.

Now he prefers more down-to-earth company  — like his north London milkman. Liam said: “He’s f****** top. He gave me a pint of lactose-free milk for nothing the other day.”

But that doesn’t mean he’s gone soft.

The string of insults Liam throws at his brother shows his venom is as strong as ever.

He blames Noel for the break-up of Oasis in 2009, saying: “Every f****** soundcheck he’d stand in the middle and sing. The geezer’s got small-man syndrome.

“He never had the nerve back in the day, so he joined my band and slowly wormed his way to the front, got his balls together.

“You know when your kid puts on make-up and tries to look like a grown-up for a laugh? It’s like that. They’re playing at being frontmen.  They look stupid.”

Liam compares Noel to “Dermot O'Leary with a guitar” and lays into him for being pals with former nemeses Damon Albarn.

He said: “Whatever next? Robbie Williams turning up on his next record? Noel lives in a £17million house. That changes you.

“You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine Bono’s recommended. And Damon Albarn becomes your mate.”

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

Liam Gallagher To Release New Music Next Year And Says He Won’t Be Reuniting With Noel Anytime Soon













It's rock and rolls biggest comeback of the year as Liam Gallagher prepares to release new music.

And in a new interview the former Oasis frontman has told of his drunken feuds with Jamie Oliver, how his girlfriend “saved” him – and how Oasis will never reunite.

The rocker started dating his manager Debbie Gwyther after he split with ex wife Nicole Appleton , 41, in 2014.

Speaking about Debbie, 33, he said: “These last few years have been emotional. Eye-opening. Mind-bending. But emotional.

“Debbie swooped me up as I was falling, she just said, ‘Stop being a d***head.’

It's rock and rolls biggest comeback of the year as Liam Gallagher prepares to release new music.

And in a new interview the former Oasis frontman has told of his drunken feuds with Jamie Oliver, how his girlfriend “saved” him – and how Oasis will never reunite.

The rocker started dating his manager Debbie Gwyther after he split with ex wife Nicole Appleton , 41, in 2014.

Speaking about Debbie, 33, he said: “These last few years have been emotional. Eye-opening. Mind-bending. But emotional.

“Debbie swooped me up as I was falling, she just said, ‘Stop being a d***head.’

He explained: “It’s like Stella Street, round here: Jamie Oliver lives up the road.

"I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p*ssed-up, asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls.”

But Liam insisted he won’t be reuniting with his brother Noel, 49, anytime soon.

He said: “Do you think I want to be in a band with that c***? He says, ‘Liam has to change.’

"Get to f***....If the guy doesn’t want me back in our band then I don’t want to either.

“I don’t want to be in a band with someone who doesn’t want me. Put it this way, Noel lives in a £17million house.

“That changes you, I reckon. You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine that Bono’s recommended.

"And Damon Albarn becomes your mate. Fair dos, but not for me.”

He added that he misses Noel’s “energy” which is revealed in their up coming film Supersonic.

He continued: “I miss the Noel in the film, that’s the Noel I know. And I do love him.

“I don’t sit at home crying into a picture of him, though, and I’m sure he doesn’t of me either. But I’m an energy and I bet he misses that energy.”

While he says the current music scene is “f****** s***”, Liam is preparing to release new songs next year.

He added: “We’ve demoed some songs and it’s sounding…I am not embarking on a solo ‘career’.

“Everyone should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I’ve written that are eligible to be recorded.

They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are f****** funny.

“We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people.

“It’s a record written by me, that’s got all the right ingredients and sounds well tasty.

“You won’t be scratching your chin. It’s not Pink Floyd and it ain’t Radiohead. It’s chin-out music.

“Music isn’t influenced by music, I don’t think. It’s influenced by life. To have good music you have to have an interesting, varied life.

“S*** music comes from boring lives. The reason why so much music is boring, no matter how many bells and whistles and strobes they stick on it, is because they have boring lives.

“My wonky life over the last few years is going to make for better music.”

Liam Gallagher talking exclusively to Q Magazine out now.

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...














Peas n doves brothers n sisters peas n doves LG x

On This Day In Oasis History...














The videos below are from August 23rd 1996, when Oasis played on MTV Unplugged in London, England.

22 August 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet














Just seen the trailer for oasis film i must say I do come across mighty fine super real unlike some people see you at the premiere LG x

Yet Another On This Day In Oasis History...















On August 22nd 2009, Oasis played there last gig ever at the V Festival in Stafford. Below is the setlist from the gig and a few videos found on YouTube.

Rock 'N' Roll Star
Lyla
The Shock Of The Lightning
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Roll With It
Waiting For The Rapture
The Masterplan
Songbird
Slide Away
Morning Glory
My Big Mouth
Half The World Away
I'm Outta Time
Wonderwall
Supersonic
Live Forever
Don't Look Back In Anger
Champagne Supernova
I Am The Walrus






Another On This Day In Oasis History...















On August 22nd 1995, When Oasis played 'Roll With It' on Top of the Pops, the Gallagher brothers switched roles with Liam pretending to play guitar and Noel pretending to sing.

The set ended with the band erupting in laughter at the Gallaghers' impressions of each other.

On This Day In Oasis History...















"The Importance Of Being Idle" is a song on the British rock band Oasis' sixth album, Don't Believe the Truth, written and sung by lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. It was the second single released from the album in the UK, on August 22, 2005, where it debuted at #1. It was also the first time that Oasis earned two successive #1's in the same calendar year. It was written by Gallagher sometime during the summer of 2004, before the band made their final attempt at recording what would become Don't Believe the Truth. He got the title from the Mark Twain book of the same name which he found whilst cleaning out his garage (it belonged not to him but to girlfriend Sara McDonald.)

Musically, as Noel has commented, the song sounds like tunes from two British bands, The Kinks and The La's. In particular, the sentiment expressed is noticeably similar to The Kinks' "Sunny Afternoon" and "Dead End Street", and the use of falsetto for every other verse line recalls The La's "Feelin'". The guitar sound is similar also to The La's b-sides; "Clean Prophet" and "Over". It also is a breakaway from the sound of Oasis's latter albums, especially the straight ahead rock 'n' roll anthems of Heathen Chemistry. The keyboard used on the pre-chorus sections was bought by bassist Andy Bell from the auction website eBay.

Noel has said that the lyrics of "The Importance of Being Idle" are inspired by his own laziness. Some of the second verse, with the reference to begging his doctor for "one more line", seems to be referring to an actual event as this resembles Noel's account of how he gave up cocaine in 1998.





















Most reviewers acclaimed the track as one of the highlights of Don't Believe the Truth, which itself was widely praised as a marked return to form. The band mentioned in interviews in June that it would become the second single, after the UK Number One "Lyla". The b-sides are Liam Gallagher's "Pass Me Down the Wine" and Gem Archer's "The Quiet Ones."



The promo film was directed by Dawn Shadforth, (whose previous videos include Kylie Minogue's award-winning "Can't Get You Out Of My Head"). Shadforth's film for "The Importance of Being Idle' starred Welsh actor Rhys Ifans and homages the style of early 1960s kitchen sink drama British films, and is set during the build up to a funeral procession in a northern town, with the extravagant undertakers parading the coffin at the video's climax and Ifans playing the part of a high-kicking funeral director. The video is based on the film and play Billy Liar with Ifans playing the role of Billy. Noel and Liam therefore play Shadrack & Duxbury, the owners of the funeral parlour where Billy works. The rest band (Gem,Andy and Zak) make a brief appearance as lazy workers playing cards in an undertaker's office. It was widely acclaimed at the time as being probably the best video Oasis had ever made, not least by the band themselves, who were said to be very happy with the finished product. The video is very similar in style and concept to the music video for "Dead End Street" by The Kinks.

Q Magazine readers placed the song at #1 in a list of 2005's greatest tracks.

The video for the song was voted the video of the year at the NME Awards.

The song is included on Oasis' 'best-of' album Stop the Clocks.

21 August 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet














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Watch Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Full Set From Gampel Open Air 2016












Below is a video of the full set of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds performance at Gampel Open Air 2016.

Watch Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Full Set From Lowlands Festival 2016












Below is a video of the full set of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds performance at Lowlands Festival 2016.

Setlist: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Biddinghuizen













Below is the setlist from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Lowlands Festival in Biddinghuizen, Holland.

Shoot a Hole Into the Sun
Everybody's on the Run
Lock All the Doors
In the Heat of the Moment
Riverman
You Know We Can't Go Back
Champagne Supernova
Ballad of the Mighty I
The Mexican
Half the World Away
If I Had a Gun...
Digsy's Dinner
The Masterplan
Wonderwall
AKA... What a Life!
Don't Look Back in Anger

On This Day In Oasis History...















Be Here Now is the third studio album by the English rock band Oasis. Released on August 21 1997, the album was highly anticipated by both music critics and fans as a result of the band's previous worldwide successes with their 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe, and its 1995 follow up (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. The album's pre-release build up led to considerable hype within both the music and mainstream press. At that point, Oasis were at the height of their fame, and Be Here Now became the UK's fastest selling album to date, selling over 420,000 units on the first day of release alone, and over one million within two weeks. As of 2007, the album has sold eight million copies worldwide.

Oasis' management company Ignition were aware of the danger of overexposure, and before its release they sought to control the media's access to the album. Ignition's campaign included limiting pre-release radio airplay, and requesting that journalists sign gag agreements. These tactics resulted in the alienation of members of both the music and mainstream media, as well as many industry members connected with the band. Ignition's attempts to limit pre-release access to the album only served to fuel large scale speculation and publicity within the British music scene.

Artistically Be Here Now failed to live up to the expectations that preceded its release. Although initial reviews were positive, retrospectively the album is viewed by much of the music press and by most members of the band as over-indulgent and bloated. In 2007, Q magazine described Be Here Now as "a disastrous, overblown folly—the moment when Oasis, their judgement clouded by drugs and blanket adulation, ran aground on their own sky-high self-belief." The album's producer Owen Morris said of the recording sessions: "The only reason anyone was there was the money. Noel had decided Liam was a shit singer. Liam had decided he hated Noel's songs [...] Massive amounts of drugs. Big fights. Bad vibes. Shit recordings." None of its songs were included on the band's 2006 "best of" compilation album Stop the Clocks.






















Album cover
The cover image to Be Here Now was shot at the Stock Hotel in Hertfordshire in April 1997. It features the band standing outside the hotel surrounded by assorted props. At the centre of the image is a Rolls Royce floating in a swimming pool. The photographer Michael Spencer Johns said the original concept involved shooting each band member in various locations around the world, but when the cost proved prohibitive, the shoot was relocated to the Stock Hotel. Spencer remarked that the shoot "degenerated into chaos", adding that "by 8pm, everyone was in the bar, there were schoolkids all over the set, and the lighting crew couldn't start the generator.

It was Alice in Wonderland meets Apocalypse Now." Despite various meanings people have tried to read into the selection of the cover props, Johns said Gallagher simply selected items from the BBC props store he thought would look good in the picture. Two of the props that had considered thought in their inclusion were the inflatable globe (intended as a homage to the sleeve of Definitely Maybe) and the Rolls Royce, which was suggested by Arthurs. The release date in each region was commemorated on the calendar pictured on the sleeve; Harris said the dating "[encouraged] fans to believe that to buy a copy on the day it appeared was to participate in some kind of historical event."

Tracklisting

D'You Know What I Mean? – 7:42
My Big Mouth – 5:02
Magic Pie – 7:19
Stand by Me – 5:56
I Hope, I Think, I Know – 4:22
The Girl in the Dirty Shirt – 5:49
Fade In-Out – 6:52
Don't Go Away – 4:48
Be Here Now – 5:13
All Around the World – 9:20
It's Gettin' Better (Man!!) – 7:00
All Around the World (Reprise) – 2:08

Singles





D'You Know What I Mean?"
Released: 7 July 1997
Producers: Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher
Chart positions: #1 (UK), #1 (FIN), #1 (IRE), #3 (CAN), #4 (US)





Stand By Me
Released: 22 September 1997
Writer: Noel Gallagher
Producers: Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher
Chart positions: #2 (UK), #5 (US), #2 (IRE)





All Around The World
Released: 12 January 1998
Writer: Noel Gallagher
Producers: Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher
Chart positions: #1 (UK), #1 (IRE)





Don't Go Away" (Japan Only)
Released: 13 May 1998
Writer: Noel Gallagher
Producers: Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher.

20 August 2016

On This Day In Oasis History...














The video below is from August 20th 2005, when Oasis played at the V Festival in Chelmsford, England.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In Biddinghuizen












Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play at the Lowlands Festival in Biddinghuizen, Holland (Aug 20th).

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