On October 29th 2002, Noel Gallagher played an acoustic set set at the Fairplay charity gig at London's Astoria to raise money for the Make Trade Fair campaign.
Below is the NME.COM's review of the night, and a number of videos.
NOEL GALLAGHER and CHRIS MARTIN teamed up to perform a cover of Smiths' 'STOP ME IF YOU THINK YOU'VE HEARD THIS ONE BEFORE', as part of an amazing night of collaborations at the LONDON ASTORIA.
As previously reported, 'Fair Play' (October 29) was organised by Emily Eavis, the daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael. The show was intended to raise cash and awareness for Oxfam, helping to raise the profile of their Make Trade Fair campaign.
The bill featured Lamb, Idlewild, Noel Gallagher and Coldplay, who were billed as featuring 'special guests'.
After a solo set from Gallagher, which featured the likes of 'Wonderwall', 'Slide Away' and 'Married With Children', Coldplay took to the stage, and performed a handful of their own songs.
They were then joined by Ms Dynamite for a cover of 'Three Little Birds', and her own songs 'It Takes More' and 'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee'.
She was then replaced by Noel, who performed a duet of Coldplay's hit single 'Yellow', and Oasis' 'Live Forever'. During the duets, Martin appeared overcome, telling the audience that it was one of the best moments of his life. Their set also included a cover of [a]' 'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before', a song that originally featured on the legendary Manchester group's 1987 album, 'Strangeways, Here We Come'.
Noel Gallagher's set ran:
'Don't Look Back In Anger'
'Married With Children'
'In My Place'
'It Takes More' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Three Little Birds' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Yellow' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Live Forever' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Many Rivers To Cross'
'Whatever' (with Noel Gallagher)