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Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Live Updates from Oasis Gig at Eden Project
Tonight setlist from The Eden Project (updating live)
Fucking In The Bushes
Rock 'N' Roll Star
The Shock Of The Lightning
Cigarettes And Alcohol
Roll With It
Waiting For The Rapture
(Whats the Story) Morning Glory?
My Big Mouth
Half The World Away
I'm outta Time
She's Electric? (blogger on crack?)
Don't Look Back in Anger
I am the Walrus
10:55pm: Ok, we're into the final song now, The Beatles' I Am The Walrus. Snotty just like they used to be - this is superb
10:46pm: And so Liam returns, with Champagne Supernova. Another life-affirming anthem...
10:43pm: And now for Falling Down - their last single. It's a roughed up version of The Beatles' Tomorrow Never Knows, and a great addition to their canon - a real psychedelic rocker.
Who needs Liam? Noel's ace.
10:40pm: Noel sings the end in Cornish. He's a better frontman than Liam, really. That was special.
10:30pm: As we wait for the encore,I must say, this has to be one of the best Eden Sessions yet. It hasn't disappointed one bit - even in the rain.
They most certainly live up to the legend even if Liam looks like a maniac waiting for a bus... Noel just asked everyone to say "Get off moi laaaand", as they smash into Don't Look Back in Anger - they just keep on coming.
10:20pm: Some lucky bugger just got Liam's tambourine, fresh from his mouth!
They're playing Live Forever now - and sounding like the best band ever!
10:20pm: The hits just keep rolling off their guitars, with She's E;ectric - surely the biggest anthem sing-along at Eden ever? and now Supersonic - it just keeps getting better!
10:15pm: Liam's back with one off their new album, which sounds a little like Fleetwood Mac doing James Bond, I'm Outta Time. It's not bad for that, though.
Largely a hit-friendly set which has gone down really well with a sell-out 6,000 bodied crowd.
See, now it's Wonderwall - to huge cheers.
10:10pm: And now for the theme tune to the Royale Family and rip-off of a Bacharach, Half The World Away.
We love it though, and proves to be a warm sing-along to scare away the rain.
10:05pm: "That one's for the hangover - just about kicked in" says Liam.
"Thanks me luvvers" says Noel as he launches into a solo of Whatever. Lovely. A rare outing for this lost gem of a Christmas single. Funnily enough it is Gem playing harmonica solo.
10.00pm: My Big Mouth comes from one of the forgotten albums.
They look, sound and feel like a proper band, not the chancers who often populate this stage. Yes, I'm talking to you, Razorlight.
9:55pm: The Liam swagger is unbelievable - their intro to (What's The Story) Morning Glory massive.
He is a knob though, with his tambourine in his mouth. My missus is going crazy.
9:51pm: "What's all this about then?" asks Liam, in his infinate wisdom about the Eden Project...
9:50pm: Liam's best Lennon impression just revisited with Songbird. Now this one for the lovely ladies - Slide Away, from waaay back in '94.
9:45pm: It sounds amazing, and the visuals are brilliant. Boos for Totnes Monster new drummer Chris Sharrock. But nothing else matters now - they're playing the classics. Here comes Masterplan.
9:40: Next up, a song off their latest album - What It Is. Or a wee break for most. We want their old stuff, which I guess might mean they've become their own tribute.
First Noel vocal - waiting for the rapture?
9:30pm: Ok, so it's not the clearest shot in the whole world, but this is a good indication of what I can see:
9:25pm: This next one's for the Pretty Green Posse - Liam's new clothes label.
It's Roll With It... Mass singalong
9:20pm: Oooh - fight! Liam just had a dig at Noel after Noel told him off for stopping the crowd clapping along.
He said "put your fooking hands in the air!" and gave Noel a nasty head jab.
They're dedicating Cigarettes and Alcohol to Sawmill's studio where they recorded Definitely Maybe.
9:15pm: Shock of the lightening - Pistols meets Slade. Liam told us we're beautiful. And I believe him.
9:10pm: They're sounding well beefy [Lee's words, not mine - Jo]. Liam's giving it loads of attitude.
First up's Lyla.
9:06pm: Liam is wearing massive parka.
'None of that cider nonsense', he says. Rock'n'Roll star.
9:05pm: Another van has pulled up - this has got to be them.
Intro music - Fucking in the Bushes. Here they come!
via L4e / Source:thisiscornwall.co.uk
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