22 November 2017

Liam Gallagher To Appear On The 'BBC The Year In Music 2017'


Liam Gallagher is set to take part in BBC's 'The Year In Music 2017, he will join Stormzy, Sampha, Rag'n'Bone Man, Foo Fighters, and Dua Lipa that will be broadcast on BBC Two on December 8.

The programme will look back over the last 12 months of music, with hosts Claudia Winkleman and Clara Amfo talking to the guest stars about their "greatest performances and biggest stories".

Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Chicago


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at The Riviera in Chicago, USA yesterday.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall of Glass
I’ve All I Need
Bold
For What It’s Worth
Some Might Say
Slide Away
I Get By
You Better Run
Be Here Now
Cigarettes and Alcohol
Live Forever

Video: Liam Gallagher In Chicago


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, USA yesterday.

More Reviews: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'


Click here, here, here and here to read a reviews of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'.

On This Day In Oasis History...


The videos below are of Oasis playing at the Nulle Part Ailleurs in France, on November 22nd 1995.

Listen To Noel Gallagher In Session With Steve Lamacq Later Today


Steve Lamacq

Wednesday 22nd November
16;00 - 19:00 (UK Time)
BBC Radio 6

Details can be found here.

Noel's in session and conversation from Maida Vale Studios, with new material from his album 'Who Built The Moon' and a few classic tracks too.

We catch up with Noel about the recording process, and collaborating on the new record with super-producer David Holmes.

21 November 2017

Noel Gallagher On Which Of 'The Beatles' Had The Biggest Penis And More


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Review: Liam Gallagher In Minneapolis


Click here for a review of Liam Gallagher at First Avenue in Minneapolis, USA yesterday.

Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Minneapolis


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at First Avenue in Minneapolis, USA yesterday.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall of Glass
I’ve All I Need
Bold
For What It’s Worth
Some Might Say
Slide Away
I Get By
You Better Run
Be Here Now
Cigarettes and Alcohol
Live Forever

Another Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'


Click here to read a review of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'.

Listen To Liam Gallagher's Gig For 'Absolute Radio' On Thursday


On Thursday at 21:00 (UK Time) you can listen to the gig that Liam Gallagher did earlier this month for Absolute Radio at the Bethnal Green Working Mens Club in London, England.

To listen live click here.

Our Review Of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'


In the build up to his third solo album, Noel Gallagher has long threatened an ´experimental´ phase, throwing out everything but the kitchen sink of his much impersonated signature sound. Though one third of his brothers have accused him of being ´beige´, glimpses of something different were offered on both his previous records, stand out examples being 'Let The Lord Shine A Light On Me' and 'The Right Stuff', examples of a glimpse into the solo space explored by British songwriters like David Bowie and Paul Weller.

Ahead of Friday´s release, fans have been given a glimpse into this said space, in the form of three tracks, 'Holy Mountain', 'Fort Knox', and last week, 'It´s A Beautiful World'. This week, we´ll get the whole whack.

Here´s what you can expect.




Fort Knox
Not since 'Fucking In The Bushes' has Noel written something so transparently a statement of intent. Tear it down and rebuild it. Featuring quite possibly the biggest drum you´ve ever heard, it´s the first hint of Damon Albarn´s uplifting melodies in Gorillaz, something that crops up a few times on the album. The first thought is how massive it will sound in a live arena, whether or not the High Flying Birds can pull it off live is another question.

Holy Mountain
Not one for the ´Parka Monkeys´ as Noel pointed out. A surprising choice for lead single given the quality of pretty much everything else on the album, but arguably the song most readily picked up by radio playlist and TV ident editors. The song reminds listeners of 'Mucky Fingers' from 'Don´t Believe The Truth', rip-roaring Rock ´n´ Roll that will sound MEGA live.



Keep On Reaching
THIS should have been the first single! Soul and pop in equal measure, the first big tune of this album. Pure pop, pure melody, with the sound of pure adrenaline running through its veins. It suits Noel´s falsetto perfectly and is another livener to pull out the bag live.

It´s A Beautiful World
Arguably the stand out song on the album, probably the one that sounds least like anything on the previous two Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. The contrast between the dark, cagey verse and the bright spacey chorus is immense. David Holmes´ drum sound and Noel´s guitar fit perfectly, with a cavernous arena and expensive PA it will sound incredible.



She Taught Me How To Fly
The third teaser offered with the album´s announcement, immediately it sounded like a mix of disco and New Order, a marriage of electronica and Rock ´n´ Roll. Far from the strongest song on the album, but it´s uplifting and composition wise references areas Noel´s not travelled to before.


Be Careful What You Wish For
Imagine 'Come Together' by The Beatles and 'The Right Stuff' off 'Chasing Yesterday'. After the previous three lively foot stompers, it´s a welcome chill out session. Gorgeous guitar overlay and percussively different to virtually anything since the Amorphous Androgynous sessions. Despite the album being written in the studio, this one sounds like a recording of a 4am after party jam.

Black & White Sunshine
This is the nearest example to a classic Noel track on the album, and it´s one of the best. It could be the soundtrack to a road trip movie, with a flowing Johnny Marr-esque guitar line (esque…he plays himself later on!). Another transparent nod to one of the many influences on this album comes in the form of the most Rolling Stones-sounding post chorus riff you´ve ever heard.

Interlude
Two parts of one song, ala 'Swamp Song', dark but flowery 60s instrumentals that could have been written by Jacco Gardner. One of the hidden highlights of the album. Picks up where 'The Girl With X-Ray Eyes' left off.

If Love Is The Law
A Christmas love song. Bells and melodies conjuring images of snowy town centers, with Johnny Marr on guitar solo and harmonica duties. This week Noel Gallagher responded to criticism of his songwriting, all he needed to do was put out this song. One of this best tunes in years, works with the gorgeous production, or simply alone on an acoustic guitar. Surely a future single.

The Man Who Build The Moon
A dark and moody finish to the album that sounds like something from Peaky Blinders. The song mentions spiders, death, flies and shadows. Not the uplifting finale you´d expect, but an epic scene. Ties the concept of exploration and flying to a close, summarising it ended in disaster; “…we never should have left town in the first place.”. If this is supposed to be a metaphor for Noel´s own exploration on this album it couldn´t be further from the truth.

Of all his LPs, this one is the most complete, the best ALBUM, even if it lacks the strength of singles from his previous two releases. As much as he goes all out to find a new sound, the qualities of his song writing are still there and he effortlessly covers new ground without sounding like it´s in any way contrived. Those factors together make this a fantastic album, but if you´re looking for the immediacy of 'Chasing Yesterday', or the uplifting melancholia of 'The Death Of You And Me' or 'Broken Arrow', you won´t find it. Sonically, it´s more bold and open minded than anything Noel has recorded before, hopefully his fans are the same.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who built The Moon?' Is out Friday.

Video: Liam Gallagher In Minneapolis


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at First Avenue in Minneapolis, USA yesterday.

Noel Gallagher On Oasis, Liam And More


Click here to read Part 2 of Barry Egan's interview with Noel Gallagher ahead of the release of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' new album Who Built the Moon?, out on November 24.

Noel Gallagher On Having No Regrets And More


Click here to watch a video of Noel Gallagher who talks about the new direction of his new album ‘Who Built the Moon?’ and about why he has no regrets.

Liam Gallagher Rolls Into Chicago


Liam Gallagher will play at The Riviera in Chicago, USA later today.

20 November 2017

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Minneapolis home of prince looking forward to the gig as you were LFUKING

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Listen Again To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Paris


Clcik here to listen to Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at La Maison de la Radio in Paris, France earlier today.

Holy Mountain
It's a Beautiful World
In the Heat of the Moment
Riverman
Little by Little
Be Careful What You Wish For
Black & White Sunshine
Half the World Away
She Taught Me How to Fly
Don't Look Back in Anger

Setlist: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds In Paris


Below is the setlist for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at La Maison de la Radio in Paris, France earlier today.

Holy Mountain
It's a Beautiful World
In the Heat of the Moment
Riverman
Little by Little
Be Careful What You Wish For
Black & White Sunshine
Half the World Away
She Taught Me How to Fly
Don't Look Back in Anger

On This Day In Oasis History...


Stop the Clocks is an album by British rock band Oasis made up of Oasis' favourite songs and moments of their career so far and was released on November 20 2006. “Unlike most albums of this nature, Oasis have sat down and undertaken the almost impossible job of picking what they consider to be their finest moments ever. So 'Stop The Clocks' is imbued with the sort of willfulness that has helped make Oasis the favourite band of millions of people worldwide and its running order will no doubt provoke equal parts adulation and bar discussions from the millions of Oasis fans worldwide. Could it ever be any other way?” . It released in November 2006. The "retrospective collection" is an 18-track double album with the featured songs chosen by Noel Gallagher. It went 3x platinum in the UK with sales as good as any album there since Be Here Now.

The album has come about due to the end of Oasis' recording contract with Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Noel Gallagher has gone on record before on numerous occasions saying that Oasis wouldn't release a greatest hits album unless the band were about to split up. However, in an interview with news.com.au in December 2005, he hinted that Sony were planning to release one anyway, and that despite his misgivings, he would have to get involved with it otherwise it'd be "shit". This was clarified in September 2006, when he told the NME that when he made it clear to Sony that the band were not going to re-sign to them, the record label decided to release a greatest hits album. Gallagher then explained that he insisted that it had to be a 'best-of' because he felt a compilation of the best singles, album tracks and b-sides would produce a stronger album than a compilation of singles.

To address some fans' concerns that the release of a greatest hits album was a sign that the band were about to finish, based on some of Noel Gallagher's previous comments, the press release for the album confirmed that they are merely taking "a well earned sabbatical prior to starting work on new material, destined for similar levels of success in the future. As such, this is not a full stop, but merely a time out; a dream set list, and a chance for the world to review the immense contribution that Oasis have made and continue to make to rock 'n' roll."

To celebrate the release of the album, the band will be unveiling their first full-length film - Lord Don't Slow Me Down, shot during the Don't Believe the Truth world tour, from May 2005 to March 2006, the film was shown in November 2006 around the world in selected picture houses, theatres and cinemas to winners of fans competitions and the press. It was also broadcasted on Channel 4 in the UK.

The album debuted at #2 in the UK charts selling over 50,000 copies in its first day of release and 216,000 in its first week of release, surprisingly not selling enough to knock off the top spot to The Love Album, by the boy-band Westlife. It also debuted at #89 on the U.S. Billboard 200, starting with 18,000 units sold. It did however enter the Japanese Oricon album charts at #1, selling 87,462 copies in its first week.

In Japan, a box set was also released of all their singles to coincide with the album.

The Songs

Stop the Clocks focuses heavily on the band's most popular albums, Definitely Maybe and (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, with each contributing five tracks, plus four B-sides (also included on the band's other compilation album The Masterplan) from this era. Only two tracks appear from Don't Believe the Truth, and one track each from Standing on the Shoulder of Giants and Heathen Chemistry, whilst Be Here Now is overlooked completely.

When the release of Stop the Clocks was first announced in July 2006, speculation was rife that the unreleased song of the same name would be included on the record as a bonus track. However, Noel Gallagher told fans at a Q&A session that the song was considered for inclusion, but they weren't happy with any of the many versions they have recorded.

Gallagher also confirmed that the title was chosen to sum up what was described in the initial press release as being "merely a time out; a chance for the world to review the immense contribution that Oasis have made and continue to make to rock 'n' roll." Noel Gallagher revealed in an interview in April 2005 that 'Stop the Clocks' was the original title for the band's early recorded material in early 2004, which turned eventually into Don't Believe the Truth.

Gallagher revealed to Billboard that he was approached about including some new songs on the album as well, but that he opted not to "because it takes the focus away from what you're actually trying to say with a retrospective."

Gallagher told the NME in September 2006 that he picked the tracks on the album, and there were about eight songs that "should be on there, but aren't". He explained that his original vision was for a 12-track album on one CD, but, after whittling down from an initial 30+ tracks, the track-listing was finalised. He admitted that he's had arguments with people about the tracklisting but that "someone has to pick the tracklisting, and I've picked it and that's the end of it. But that must mean we're pretty good, if people are arguing about what's not on it, it's brilliant!"

During an interview on Radio 1 in October 2006, and later during a question and answer session with The Sun, Liam Gallagher, who got a songwriting credit with his "Songbird", claimed that he was happy with the tracks Noel had selected for the album, although he said that he would have liked "Rockin' Chair" and "D'You Know What I Mean?" to be included. Noel, however, admitted that "D'You Know What I Mean?" was to be included on the album up until the moment it was being mastered, explaining that the length of the song "upset the flow of the album".

In the special boxed-edition of 'Stop the Clocks' at the end of the 'Lock the Box' interview, when Liam was told 'Whatever' was not on the track-listing he said "Thank fuck for that".

Track listing

All songs written by Noel Gallagher except "Songbird", written by Liam Gallagher

Disc one
"Rock 'n' Roll Star" (from Definitely Maybe)
"Some Might Say" (from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)
"Talk Tonight" (from The Masterplan)
"Lyla" (from Don't Believe the Truth)
"The Importance of Being Idle" (from Don't Believe the Truth)
"Wonderwall" (from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)
"Slide Away" (from Definitely Maybe)
"Cigarettes & Alcohol" (from Definitely Maybe)
"The Masterplan" (from The Masterplan)

Disc two
"Live Forever" (from Definitely Maybe)
"Acquiesce" (from The Masterplan)
"Supersonic" (from Definitely Maybe)
"Half the World Away" (from The Masterplan)
"Go Let It Out" (from Standing on the Shoulder of Giants)
"Songbird" (from Heathen Chemistry)
"Morning Glory" (from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)
"Champagne Supernova" (from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)
"Don't Look Back in Anger" (from (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)

Cover





















The cover was designed by Sir Peter Blake, best known for his design of the sleeve for The Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, but also well recognized within the genre for his work on the cover of Paul Weller's Stanley Road album.

According to Blake, he chose all of the objects in the picture at random, but the sleeves of Sgt. Pepper's and Definitely Maybe were in the back of his mind. He claims, "It's using the mystery of Definitely Maybe and running away with it." Familiar cultural icons which can be seen on the cover include Dorothy from Wizard of Oz, Michael Caine (replacing the original image of Marilyn Monroe, which couldn't be used for legal reasons) and the seven dwarfs from Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs.

Blake also revealed that the final cover wasn't the original one. That design featured an image of the shop 'Granny Takes A Trip' on the Kings Road in Chelsea, London.

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Check Out This 'Champagne SuperFiesta' That Raced At The Banger World Cup


Below are a number of pictures posted originally by Stockcar Workshop check them out here on Facebook.

The artwork for the banger car is by Chris Signs, who took around 13 hours to do the custom artwork on the Ford Fiesta.

The car was raced by Marcus Gridley in Ipswich, England in the Banger World Final.

Check out his Facebook page here to see more of the cars artwork and it in action.




Listen To A Snippet Of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Be Careful What You Wish For'


Listen to a few snippet of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Be Careful What You Wish For' that were played on French Radio yesterday.
 

Listen To A Live 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Concert Today


Noel Gallagher High Flying Birds will play a special concert tonight in Paris, France.

The show will be broadcast live at (20:00 UK Time/21:00 local time)

To listen live click here and click on the headphones or video icon, that's on the top right hand corner of the page.


Listen To Noel Gallagher In Session With Steve Lamacq On Wednesday


Steve Lamacq

Wednesday 22nd November
16;00 - 19:00 (UK Time)
BBC Radio 6

Details can be found here.

Noel's in session and conversation from Maida Vale Studios, with new material from his album 'Who Built The Moon' and a few classic tracks too.

We catch up with Noel about the recording process, and collaborating on the new record with super-producer David Holmes.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Are On 'The Graham Norton Show' Next Month


Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be performing 'Holy Mountain' on 'The Graham Norton Show' on BBC 1 on December 8th on BBC 1.

Noel Gallagher On 'Who Built The Moon?', U2, His Cat 'Boots', Robert De Niro And More


Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher who talks about 'Who Built The Moon?', U2, His Cat Boots, Robert De Niro and more.

Liam Gallagher Rolls Into Minneapolis


Liam Gallagher will play at First Avenue in Minneapolis, USA later today.

19 November 2017

Video: Liam Gallagher In Denver


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at the Gothic Theatre in Denver, USA yesterday.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post

Liam Gallagher On Primal Scream


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Primal Scream, he said he's seen them a few times and expressed his love for Bobby Gillespie.

"I was trying to remember the first time I saw primal Scream, and I thought it was at this festival up in Glasgow. Slam, I think it was called. It was around the time of Screamadelica, I think, and we'd done a load of Es and gone up there, but they weren't playing: we just walked in to one of the tents, and the DJ started playing 'Come Together', and all I remember is thinking 'What the fuck is this?' It was just... the bollocks, man.

He added "And I saw them a few times since I've been in London. I love Bobby Gillespie, man, he's a dude. I went down to The Bunker a few times, there old studio in primrose Hill. I know there's a story about us jamming with the guy from Can - I don't remember him, but apparently we had a little jam. I obviously can't play anything, so I must have sat in the corner talking absolute shit on drugs."

 

Liam Gallagher On Yoko Ono


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Yoko Ono, he said "She was nice, really nice to me".

He said "I went to the Dakota once, I was in a hotel, and one of my mates went 'You should try and meet Yoko,' It was when (my son) Lennon was born or a couple of months after, I went, 'nah, I'm not into all that bollocks, meeting people.' And he's like, 'Just let me make a call.' So he does it, and then he goes 'You'll never guess what's happened. They've just got back and said do you want a morning meeting or an evening meeting?' I was sat at the bar, going 'Leave it out.' So for a joke I said, I'll have a morning meeting. Next morning. I'm having breakfast and he's like 'We've got to go, it's on.' We were at a hotel down the road, so I had a quick little quick drink to calm my nerves, walked up the roadand the geezer's going 'Can I help you, sir?' and I went. 'yeah it's Mr Gallagher.' So we go through the forecourt into this little lift, one of those old wind-up lifts".

He added "We go to her floor - I won't say what floor she's on - press the number, and she opened the door. She's like 'D'you want a cup of tea?' and we start talking. She was nice, really nice to me. On one of her banners it says "While I've been hibernating I've been gathering wings'. I've been trying to get that in a song for ages. I could never get it in, but I got it on 'I've All I need' on the new album. Got it in, man. After all these years."

Liam Gallagher On The La's


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about the La's, and said that the band were as important to him as The Stones Roses.

"The La's were as important to me as The Stones Roses, without a doubt. Those two to me are like The Beatles and the Stones of my generation. Just as a frontman for me, and his look, Lee Mavers is up there with Ian brown. Amazing songwriter, but he was a proper, proper frontman as well. he's got a Marley thing. i think. I met him a few times, he's always a bit spikey and that, but I'm still intrigued by him, which is the most beautiful thing".

He added "He's gonna be like Prince when he pops his clogs: he's going to have like an Aladdin's cave, with all sorts of mad albums, but he just doesn't want to get caught up in all the razzamatazz, which is fair enough. The thing about lee Mavers is that he's not being bought. he's not for fucking sale. I love that about him. But at the same time , I wish we could hear more music by him. It's like 'All right, you're not for sale and you're not having a sale, but at least open the shop doors every now and again.'"

Liam Gallagher On Paul Weller


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Paul Weller, he said that he was into a lot of his stuff and that in the 90s he was madder than me and Noel put together.

He said "My other brother Paul was more into The Jam, when we were all living at home. He was massive on them. I really like The Jam as well, but I remember when he came out with his solo stuff, that was what I really got into, when he was doing 'Into Tomorrow' and things like that. After that I was into a lot of his stuff. I remember I went to see him at the Apollo with Steve Cradock around 'Wild Wood' and it was amazing. Amazing voice, amazing songs. He Looked like an honorary Manc at the time. I thought he looked really cool. I like him then, I still like him now. All his new stuff is great: that thing he did for that boxing film recently (Jawbone), mega. we hung around him a lot, obviously, when Oasis kicked off".

He added "He was Noel's mate, but I got on with him, without a doubt, top geezer. he used to tell me to keep writing songs, keep going with it, and he always into my voice. I think. He digs it. And he was mad as fuck. In the 90s he was madder than me and Noel put together, I'm telling you: he was wild."

Liam Gallagher On His Love For 'The Verve'


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about one of his favourite bands The Verve, he said that he loved them and that they don't make bands like them anymore.

"The first time I saw The Verve was in Manchester, at the Hop & Grape or somewhere like that. They were fucking heavy in the early days. I loved touring with them with Oasis. Whereas we were a bit more punky, they were out there: more a jam thing. I just remember Ashcroft having his socks and shoes off and all that. I saw Richard recently, we were both doing a gig in Finland: he was on fire. His voice has got really gnarly. and he was on his hands and knees, good energy about him".

He added "A lot of people, proper verve heads, didn't like 'Urban Hymns' but I think there's some amazing songs on that. Before they didn't have that 'Blue' is an amazing song, but all the songs on 'Urban Hymns' are great. I remember when it was kicking off for them, we were in America, and hearing about it. It was like. 'What's going on with this? better get back to England and sort this shit out.' But I loved them, I really did. They don't make them like that anymore."

 NME Gold: Liam Gallagher is on sale now.

Listen To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?' On 'Radio X' Thursday


On Thursday at 8pm (UK Time) Noel Gallagher will be on Radio X.

He will be playing 'Who Built the Moon?' in full and chatting to Gordon Smart and John Kennedy about it the day before it's official release.

Liam Gallagher On The Best Gig He's Played This Year


In the latest issue of Q Liam Gallagher was asked what is the best gig he's played this year? Was it the Manchester concert for the victims of the bombing?

He said "Yeah, there's been some good ones. But (with our own shows) Glastonbury was great. I'm not sure if we were great but sometimes the occasion takes over, the crowd make it special, and that was one of them. We've done some really good ones when there weren't many people there, but let's not talk about that (laughs)... So Glastonbury".


Check Out The Newest Liam Gallagher Merchandise From The Official Store


Click here to check the latest merchandise available online now plus stayed tuned for the massive new tour range next month.


Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Denver


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at the Gothic Theatre in Denver, USA yesterday.

Rock 'n' Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall Of Glass
I've All I Need
Bold
For What It's Worth
Some Might Say
Slide Away
I Get By
You Better Run
Be Here Now
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Live Forever

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet


Mad crowd tnight in Denver lots of city fans in the area thank you as you were LG x

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