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    Thursday, October 31, 2013


      Noel Gallagher and Russel Brand to open a talent bar

    Russell Brand and Noel Gallagher are planning to open a talent bar in north London to showcase the skills of upcoming musicians.

    The comedian and the former Oasis star want to give upcoming artists the opportunity to showcase their skills in a new private members spot in north London.

    It's thought the pair are hoping to replicate the success of arty club Boogaloo in Highgate which is known for its trendy atmosphere and live music.

    A source told the Daily Star newspaper: ''The plan is to start a private members forum that will attract young professionals and upcoming artists to show off their talents. It was Russell's idea but Noel is fully behind it.''

    The duo have been friends for years with Russell even delivering a speech at Noel's wedding to Sara McDonald in 2011.

    Russell shared a table with Noel at the GQ Awards in September, where the 'Get Him to the Greek' star picked up the Oracle of the Year award, and he managed to make a jibe at the singer during the ceremony.

    He said: ''Oracle? That's got to be a made up award so I would turn up. It was also a great source of news when I was growing up, alongside Teletext.

    ''I would like to thank that pixelated news source and say to Noel, good luck being more offensive than that son!''

    Via L4e / Source: www.contactmusic.com



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    Wednesday, October 30, 2013


      Oasis dominate vinyl sales in the UK



    Official Charts Company release list of big sellers from the fallow years of vinyl.

    Considering that figures for UK vinyl sales in 2013 have reached a reported 12 year high, it’s not altogether surprising that all but two of the 20 biggest selling records of the last two decades listed by the Official Charts Company and NME were released in the preceding 8 years.

    Leading the way with first and second place are Oasis, whose What’s The Story Morning Glory? pips Definitely Maybe to the top spot, with Portishead’s Dummy taking the final podium place. Although The Beatles also figure strongly, the list is a pretty succinct document of the more adventurous end of the mid-90′s mainstream, dominated as it is by Brit pop (Oasis, Blur, Pulp) and its Mod and Madchester fore-runners (Paul Weller, Stone Roses), Bristolian trip hop (Massive Attack, Portishead) and The Prodigy.

    While it is no surprise to see Radiohead’s The King Of Limbs sneak into the chart as the only LP released post-2001, the next most recent entrant is Travis, whose The Invisible Band peaks at a heady forth spot. (via NME)

    Here’s the full list:

    1. Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? 1995)
    2. Oasis – Definitely Maybe (1994)
    3. Portishead – Dummy (1994)
    4. Travis – The Invisible Band (2001)
    5. Radiohead – The King Of Limbs (2011)
    6. Leftfield – Leftism (1995)
    7. The Beatles – Live At The BBC (1994)
    8. Massive Atack vs. Mad Professor – Protection/No Protection (1995)
    9. Queen – Made In Heaven (1995)
    10. The Prodigy – Fat Of The Land (1997)
    11. Paul Weller – Stanley Road (1995)
    12. The Stone Roses – Second Coming (1994)
    13. Blur – Parklife (1994)
    14. Nirvana – MTV Unplugged In New York (1994)
    15. The Prodigy – Music For The Jilted Generation (1994)
    16. Neil Young – Harvest (1972)
    17. Pulp – Different Class (1995)
    18. Oasis – Be Here Now (1997)
    19. DJ Shadow – Endtroducing (1999)
    20. The Beatles – Anthology 1 (1995)

    via L4e / source: thevinylfactory.com



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    Thursday, October 24, 2013


      Paul Gallagher says Oasis will re-form

    Liam and Noel Gallagher will mend their feud and re-form Oasis, their older brother has told an Irish documentary.

    Noel Gallagher walked out on the band after a backstage spat with his younger brother in August 2009.

    But the squabbling siblings' older brother, Paul, has said he believes Irish audiences haven't seen the last of the Britpop band.

    And he predicted they will call truce and put the band back together. He said: "I think they've got unfinished business. I think Noel regrets walking out the way he did.

    FEELING

    "Liam was always going to carry on and do his own thing. I've got a funny feeling something might happen in the future, in two years time, maybe three."

    He went on: "All it takes is two guys to say, 'You know what, I'm sorry, but I love you.' That's all it takes, it's not hard. It's easy."

    Paul features extensively in tonight's edition of Guth, a TG4 documentary series which explores the Irish roots and influence of some of the world's top musicians.

    The contributors to the show said the Irish roots of Oasis' five original members was integral to their success.

    The Gallagher brothers, whose mother Peggy hails from Charlestown, Co Mayo, and father Tommy, from Duleek, Co Meath, had "music running through their family", according to the programme.

    Paul said: "My mother reckons the music comes from our granny. She was apparently a great whistler and our father played the accordion and the guitar. There was always music in our family." The oldest Gallagher brother also spoke of the brothers' tough upbringing in Manchester, recalling how their mother used to make all their clothes.

    He said: "We knew we were different when we came back to school and all the other kids would have pristine jumpers from the stores and we'd be in our knitted jumpers."

    Guth: Oasis, 9.30pm tonight, TG4

    via L4e / Source: www.herald.ie



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    Monday, October 21, 2013


      Paul Weller and Noel Gallagher ask for directions to Gem Archer's house

    Noel Gallagher and Paul Weller gave a fan a shock when they pulled over to ask for directions during a road trip.

    The former The Jam frontman offered Gallagher a lift to visit his ex-Oasis bandmate Gem Archer after the guitarist suffered a broken leg and a fractured skull this summer (13).

    But neither rock icon knew how to get to their destination, so they surprised a pedestrian by asking for directions.

    Gallagher tells radio station Xfm, "Weller just threw the satnav (GPS system) at me and said, 'Do you know how to work it?' Obviously I said 'no' - I don't even drive. I'm a world famous rock star, I've got people and a beautiful wife to do that for me. So off we go, with no idea of the route. Driving around north London, with me trying to tell him the right direction. He was cutting people up and calling them all sorts. We stopped to ask this lad if he knew where to go. He nearly had a heart attack when he saw us in the car."

    via L4e / source: new-magazine.co.uk



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      Noel Gallagher to release his new album next year?

    Below is an interview with Noel Gallagher from XFM's Gordon Smart show, Noel said that his demo's are recorded for his follow up to the 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' album.

    He said the album is going to be released at the end of next year or early 2015, and added he's written some good songs lately and possibly the best song he's ever written.




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    Sunday, October 20, 2013


      Icon Noel Gallagher - The GQ interview

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    One Direction? You're kidding. Coldplay? No, seriously. Here holding forth on hot topics of our times, the high-flying half of Oasis' fractious fraternity is GQ's Icon Of The Year 
    On One Direction: "F***ing idiots. Bless 'em. Bless 'em, but f*** 'em at the same time."
    On backstage riders: "I've seen seeds in Coldplay's dressing room. F***ing seeds! Where's the parrot?"
    On radio promos: "Why have I got to be there at seven in the morning? Who's listening at f***ing seven in the morning? C***s, that's who's."
    On the Brit Awards: "You can be sat at a table with a load of people from an insurance company. 'Where you from? Classical label?', 'No. AIG.' 'Well, what the f*** are you doing here?'"

    Rock star, philosopher, multi-million-selling, Ivor Novello Award-winning songwriter - and slightly grumpy dad - Noel Gallagher is GQ's Icon Of  The Year.


    Danny: Noel. You're completely in charge. What's the first commandment in the Church of Gallagher? A rule we'd all have to live by?


    Noel: [Long pause, thinking.] People shouldn't start work before 10 o'clock in the morning. People shouldn't work weekends unless they work in the service industry and they're getting paid double time. Thou Shalt Not Work Weekends. I don't like workaholics. Don't f***ing trust them. Why are they working? I don't trust busy c***s. That's how wars start: busy f***ers. If terrorism had a weekend off, eventually they'd have a year off. Eventually they'd go, "F*** this - blowing up shit? Football's on." Thou shalt not be arsed.


    What would you ban?
    I don't like litter. I like that Singapore thing. You know - you get caught dropping litter you get your head chopped off. I'd have a bin on every street corner. If you're going to buy a doughnut, eat the f***ing doughnut. Don't have a bite and then chuck it on the floor. Eat the f***ing doughnut.


    Who would you ban?


    The root of all that is bad in the world. All religious and political preachers.


    Isn't your wife religious?


    She has been known to attend church.

    That's one of the first signs.
    I've never seen her do it. But you know when you see these people standing on soapboxes banging on about religion or politics, or worse - when they're combining the f***ing two? Really? If you're thinking that anything written in a book 2,000 years old bears any relevance to anything these days...

    What would be our Bible, then?


    I only read factual books. I can't think of... I mean, novels are just a waste of f***ing time. I can't suspend belief in reality... I just end up thinking, 'This isn't f***ing true.' I like reading about things that have actually happened. I'm reading this book at the minute - The Kennedy Tapes. It's all about the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis - I can get into that. Thinking, 'Wow, this actually f***ing happened, they came that close to blowing the world up!' But... what f***ing winds me up about books...


    This is already the best sentence I've ever heard.

    ...is, like... my missus will come in with a book and it will be titled - and there's a lot of these, you can substitute any word, it's like a Rubik's Cube of shit titles - it'll be entitled The Incontinence Of Elephants. And I'll say "What's that book about?" And she'll say, "Oh it's about a girl and this load of f***ing nutters..." Right... so  it's not about elephants, then? Why the f*** is it called The Incontinence Of Elephants? Another one: The Tales Of The Clumsy Beekeeper. What's that about? "Oh it's about the French Revolution." Right, f*** off. If you're writing a book about a child who's locked in a f***ing cupboard during the f***ing Second World War... he's never seen an elephant. Never mind a f***ing giraffe.

    For the full article visit GQ-magazine.co.uk


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    Saturday, October 19, 2013


      Gem Archer helps Andy Bell with the "tricky bits"



    via L4e / Andy Bell Twitter



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    Friday, October 18, 2013


      Bonehead and Liam Gallagher reunite on stage for first time in 14 years







    At Royal Albert Hall for special concert in memory of The Charlatans' drummer Jon Brookes. Liam and Friends ( Andy Bell, Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs , Chris Sharrock, as well as Jay Mehler) played Live Forever and Columbia.



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      Noel Gallagher: Novels are just a waste of fucking time

    Well-known for his scathing line on fellow rock musicians, Noel Gallagher has aimed a rather more unexpected broadside at imaginative writing, branding the art of fiction "a waste of fucking time".

    "I only read factual books. I can't think of ... I mean, novels are just a waste of fucking time," Gallagher told the writer Danny Wallace in an interview to mark his becoming GQ magazine's Icon of the Year. "I can't suspend belief in reality … I just end up thinking, 'This isn't fucking true'."

    The guitarist and songwriter went on to explain how he preferred reading "about things that have actually happened", citing Ernest R May's depiction of the White House during the Cuban missile crisis, The Kennedy Tapes, as the kind of book he can "get into".

    "I'm reading this book at the minute … Thinking, 'Wow, this actually fucking happened, they came that close to blowing the world up!'"

    For Gallagher, the driving force behind the band Oasis during the 1990s, the literary industry is bound up with issues of class, arguing that "people who write and read and review books are fucking putting themselves a tiny little bit above the rest of us who fucking make records and write pathetic little songs for a living."

    According to the Bookseller's Cathy Retzenbrink, Gallagher has identified an "incredibly serious point".

    "He's saying what loads of people in this country think, but don't normally have a platform to say," Retzenbrink added. "There are vast amounts of people who feel this way, who do feel that people who are comfortable with words look down on them."

    This isn't necessarily a problem for the books industry, she explained, but with a third of adults never reading for pleasure and one in six adults having literacy problems it's a problem "for the country".

    via L4e / source: theguardian.co.uk



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      Liam Gallagher on the special concert in memory of Jon Brookes

    Liam Gallagher has said it was an easy decision to take part in a special concert in memory of The Charlatans' drummer Jon Brookes.

    Mr Brookes, 44, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour three years ago, died in August.

    The Charlatans will perform alongside other guests at the Royal Albert hall on Friday night in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.

    Liam Gallagher described the musician as a "good lad".

    "He didn't have an ego, do you know what I mean?

    "I wouldn't claim to be his best mate and that. I only met him through the gigs we've done, but every time I met him I had a splendid time."

    Gallagher said he was on holiday at the time the concert was announced, but said he signed up straight away.

    He will be performing alongside fellow former Oasis band mates Andy Bell, Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs and Chris Sharrock, as well as Jay Mehler, currently part of Gallagher's band Beady Eye.

    'Very positive'

    West Midlands indie band The Charlatans said they organised the gig as a "fitting tribute" to founding member Mr Brookes, originally from Staffordshire.

    Keyboard player Tony Rogers said in some ways the event would be a tough night, when the reality of their friend's death "will hit home".

    "He was always very upbeat. His illness never got on top of him, he never let it get to him. He was always very positive and never moaned," Rogers said.

    "It's not like he's gone really. It's like his spirit is still there. It will be a tough one I think, but every time you think of Jon it puts a smile on your face."

    The Brain Tumour Charity's chairman Andy Foote said: "One of our biggest challenges is raising awareness of the disease, because the general public are not aware of the facts and they're quite startling.

    "For example, brain tumours kill more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer, yet less than 2% of funding that goes into cancer research goes into brain tumours."

    Via L4E source: bbc.co.uk



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    Wednesday, October 16, 2013


      Noel Gallagher fires back at BBC Radio 1

    Noel Gallagher has criticised BBC Radio 1 for not playlisting bands such as Temples and Jagwa Ma.

    There's great records coming out this year you're not going to hear on the radio," says former Oasis man

    The comments follow on from Radio 1 music bosses describing Gallagher's music as "more at home on Radio 2" during a recent interview. Both head of music at Radio 1, George Ergatoudis, and Nigel Harding, the station's music policy director, admitted that the former Oasis member was no longer a part of their plans while making similar comments about Green Day and Robbie Williams.

    Speaking to GQ, Gallagher added to his recent criticism of pop music and described Radio 1 as his idea of hell.

    He said: "I don't understand it. It's when radio stations start focus groups. They literally go outside their building and ask people walking by, 'If I played you this song, what would you think?' and all that. Don't ask the man on the street! He's a cunt! That's why he's the man on the street, not the man in the expensive restaurant eating fucking mini sausages at four in the afternoon!"

    Moving on to the albums and bands he feels are being unfairly overlooked, Gallagher continued: "There's great records coming out this year you're not going to hear on the radio. Temples Jagwar Ma. Great stuff, but it's on a lower level. It's not on the battleground. You have to be in that world to hear it."

    Robbie Williams recently said he is "gutted" that he is deemed too old for the Radio 1 playlist. Quizzed about the snub by BBC Radio 4, Williams conceded that it hurts him when the station don't promote his material.


    via L4e / source: NME.com



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    Tuesday, October 08, 2013


      Bookmakers still offer Oasis at 4/1 to headline next Glastonbury festival

    Despite organiser Michael Eavis revealing that his three headliners for 2014 have never played the festival before, David Bowie – a past headliner on two separate occasions – is still being offered at 3/1 while Oasis, another two-time main act and seemingly even more unlikely when Noel Gallagher‘s constant denial of weekly reunion rumours are taken into account with Eavis’ comments, are nevertheless 4/1 to perform.

    Over one million people were reported to have registered for Glastonbury in time for the general sale last Sunday (October 6th). In the end, well over 100,000 tickets were snapped up precisely one hour and 27 minutes after going onsale – a record for the event.

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      Andy Bell drawing being auctioned for good cause





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    Thursday, October 03, 2013


      A Message from Gem Archer

     
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    Beady Eye guitarist Gem Archer, who is recuperating from a skull fracture he suffered back in August,  has posted an update for his fans via the band’s official facebook page (read below).

    Archer confirmed that he will be back on stage in time for Beady Eye’s November UK tour start.

    Hi all.
     Gem here saying a big thank you from the bottom of my being to everyone for their kind words, wishes, messages and patience over the past weeks. I am on the mend, not gone round the bend and treading carefully whilst taking each day as a giant leap forward.
    I still consider myself lucky, who knows why things happen, but they do and it all could have been much worse but it wasn’t.
    That was then and as of now, I can’t wait to stand with a guitar in my hand alongside the rest of the boys, on a stage in front of some of you from November onwards.
    “You can’t change the wind, but you can change how you walk into it” as an old friend said to me once. Here’s to next time and knowing a little more of how to do the walk!
    Bring it on. Thanks again.
    Peace, love, luck and respect.
              Gem Archer.

    via L4e / Beady Eye Facebook



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      Alan McGee: Oasis will come back...for a mega - bucks tour

    Alan McGee made his name and fortune by signing what was then an unknown band from Manchester called Oasis.

    Collectively, their albums sold tens of millions of copies and made Creation - McGee's record label - famous.

    He became a face of Britpop and a regular at No 10 - but financial problems led to McGee selling his company and personal problems led to issues with drink and drugs.

    Now the 53-year-old Glaswegian is back, with a new label and a new life and still has plenty to say about the industry.

    Reflecting on the future of Oasis, McGee told the BBC's arts editor, Will Gompertz: "Oasis will come back at some point... if they get back together it will be for a mega-bucks tour."

    via L4e / source: BBC.co.uk



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    Wednesday, October 02, 2013


      Noel Gallagher's live DVD nominated for UK Music Video Award

     Noel Gallagher,  Foals, and Florence & The Machine and are just some of the acts to have made the cut on the comprehensive list of nominees for the sixth annual UK Music Video Awards.

    Foals’ promo for ‘Late Night‘ is up for Best UK Rock/Indie Video, while they are also recognised in the Best Visual Effects category thanks to ‘Bad Habit‘.

    Florence & The Machine, meanwhile, land mentions in the Best Cinematography and Best UK Alternative Video sections, while Noel Gallagher’s live DVD ‘International Magic – Live At The 02‘ will compete with Led Zeppelin, Mumford & Sons, Plan B, Savages and The Vaccines for Best Live Coverage.

    “The MVAs has become a globally-recognised event for celebrating the outstanding creative work in music videos in the UK and around the world,” editorial director David Knight comments. “Last year filmmakers travelled from Europe and the United States to attend our biggest show ever. It was a very good night indeed.”


    See the complete nominee list on our Ezine:


    via: Live4ever Music Ezine



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