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    Sunday, December 29, 2013


      McGee: Definitely Maybe recording was a lot more complicated than it should have been

    The music mogul famous for signing Oasis has told of his hope that the feuding Gallagher brothers can patch up their differences - in time for the 20th anniversary of their made-in-Wales classic.

    Alan McGee, the founder of cult record label Creation, signed the Mancunian rockers when they were an up-and-coming outfit playing Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in 1993.

    And two decades on the pop svengali, who now lives near the idyllic Mid Wales booktown Hay-on-Wye, says he is particularly looking forward to the new year because it is marks 20 years since the release of the band’s Definitely Maybe debut.

    In his new book, Creation Stories, Riots, Raves and Running a Label, McGee harks back to the band’s rapid rise to fame, after the recordings at Monnow Valley Studio, Rockfield, Monmouth.

    The breakthrough release, which features an inside picture of vocalist Liam Gallagher reading The Mirror - went on to sell more than 15 million copies worldwide and brought widespread critical acclaim.

    In June 2006, the NME named it the greatest album of all time.

    “Definitely Maybe was released in August 1994; we had just got a Sony deal and I’d become a millionaire,” said McGee, who now lives in a mansion near the town famous for its annual literature festival.

    “It was a weird time for me, I was lost in a haze and the album was a painful birth.

    “The recording was a lot more complicated than it should have been and it took three attempts at mixing to get it right with Owen Morris, Mark Coyle and Dave Batchelor.

    “There was a lot of ‘it’s not good enough’ so it was very difficult because we didn’t want it to sound laboured. But singles from the album (Supersonic and Live Forever) were going crazy in London.

    “It is the 20th anniversary of the album in 2014 and it would be great if Oasis could get back together for that but I don’t think any reunion is going to happen just yet.

    “Liam is 41 and Noel (Gallagher) is 47 or something; they are still young so maybe in another five years or so they will be ready to get back together... but it is not the right time at the moment.

    “Noel has his solo career and Liam has Beady Eye, they have released a couple of albums and both are doing all right.

    “We are living in the age of the Stone Roses comeback; they are kicking it right now.

    “I’m friends with Noel and we run into each other in Europe and Tokyo.

    “But I don’t even know Liam’s telephone number.

    “There is no bad blood between us, we have had nothing to fall out about but we are not in touch - guess that’s just life.

    “I’m not on that touring schedule, I’m just living in Wales in the middle of nowhere and if Liam turned up to have a coffee in a cafe in Hay-on-Wye, the locals would probably have a heart attack!”

    Even though they have drifted, McGee fondly recalls the time Liam wanted him to take him to India to meet the Dalai Lama.

    “When he asked me in 1997 I said, ‘OK’ and went as far as booking tickets.

    “But he later rang me and said ‘We can’t go to India. I’ve only got a week off and Patsy (Kensit - Liam’s then wife) won’t let me’.

    “My wife Kate didn’t want me to go either.

    “She didn’t want me to get the anti-malaria tablets.

    “‘You are mad enough already Alan,’” she told me.

    He also reveals how a mystery woman he chatted to in the dark about the music industry turned out to be Lisa Marie Presley.

    “I was at Joaquin Phoenix’s house chipping a ball at a party in 2007 and there was an American woman sitting in the shadow of a tree.

    “She started firing questions about the music business to me, so I asked her, ‘Are you in the business?’

    “She said: ‘Yes, I am, my dad was Elvis’.

    “That was the best one-liner ever!

    “And she invited me to her birthday party with her family.”

    Creation Stories, Riots, Raves and Running a Label, is published by www.Panmacmillan.com, price £18.99

    Via L4e / Source: www.walesonline.co.uk



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    Friday, December 20, 2013


      Fans celebrate 20th anniversary of Oasis single 'Supersonic'

    It was a day that would go down in Manchester music history and cement the city's place as the capital of Britpop.

    Thursday marked the 20th anniversary of the fateful day Oasis wrote and recorded their debut single Supersonic on December 19, 1993

    The song, written by Noel Gallagher, was written and laid down in a single day at the Pink Museum studios in Liverpool.

    The band, who had signed to independent label Creation Records earlier that year, were there for three-day session to record tracks for their first album, Definitely Maybe.

    They had been due to record Bring It On Down but began jamming and, after Noel scribbled down some lyrics, Supersonic was born instead.

    The track was recorded in 11 hours and was never remixed.

    Noel has since said it is his favourite Oasis song.



    (US version / Supersonic- Oasis)

    Fans were taking to Twitter to celebrate the milestone in pop music history.

    Tashi Jackson (@tashi_jackson) wrote: "20 years ago today Oasis recorded Supersonic in Liverpool, debut single of the best band there ever was and ever will be."

    Iain Largue (@iainlargue) added: "I can't be that old. 20 years since Supersonic."

    It only reached number 31 in the UK singles chart when it was released on April 11, 1994, but over time it has outsold several of their later number 1 hits.

    Definitely Maybe catapulted Noel and brother Liam to superstardom along with bandmates Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs, Paul 'Guigsy' McGuigan and Tony McCarrol upon its release that August.

    The brothers, who grew up in Burnage, were rarely out of the tabloid headlines over the next few years as they fought with each other and with other Britpop bands, most memorably Blur.

    Seven studio albums followed including 1997's Be Here Now, which smashed sales records, selling 650,000 copies in its first week.

    Eight number one singles and several line-up changes also followed before the band's acrimonious split in 2009.

    The Gallaghers have both since launched successful solo projects.

    Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds topped the UK album charts with their self-titled debut album, released in October 2011, while Liam's new band Beady Eye's first two albums Different Gear, Still Speeding and BE, both reached the top 10.

    via L4e / source: manchestereveningnews.co.uk



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      Gallagher Brothers invited to same wedding

    Tabloid Alert

    Liam and Noel Gallagher are to attend the same wedding next week under strict orders from their mother, Peggy, but she has warned them she won't tolerate any fighting during the nuptials.

    The brothers, who fell out when Noel, 46, quit their band Oasis following a backstage bust-up with his younger sibling in Paris in August 2009, have been ordered by their mother Peggy to attend the family nuptials next week in Ireland.
    The ceremony is to be held at the K Club in Co. Kildare, where there will be free alcohol on hand, and Peggy has warned the rockers they must be on their best behaviour.

    A source told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Noel and Liam refused to go at first. They still don't want to see each other. But Peggy has insisted that they are both there. A few family members are expecting it to be very awkward. But Peggy has told them there is to be absolutely no drama or fighting on the day. She thinks they will surprise everyone though by sorting their issues out once and for all.''

    Liam, 41, and Noel have barely spoken since their bust-up other than a few text messages exchanged and an surprise meeting at a post-Olympics party in 2012.

    Liam's new girlfriend Debbie Gwyther was trying to encourage an Oasis reunion by getting the warring brother's older sibling Paul involved to persuade them to perform a series of gigs in 2014 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their acclaimed debut album 'Definitely Maybe'.

    However, Noel is adamant he won't reconcile with Liam - who now has a new band, Beady Eye - under any circumstances.

    The guitarist said previously: ''We are split up. You've heard that, haven't you? You must've heard. Yeah, so, ergo, band splits up, band is no more. There is no band. So, no, I won't be getting involved, anyway. If there is a reunion, I won't be in it.

    Members are expecting it to be very awkward. But Peggy has told them there is to be absolutely no drama or fighting on the day. She thinks they will surprise everyone though by sorting their issues out once and for all.

    via L4e / source: contactmusic.com



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    Sunday, December 15, 2013


      Noel Gallagher turns down £20M to reform Oasis ?

    Tabloid Alert:

    Noel Gallagher has turned down 20 million to reunite with brother Liam for an Oasis world tour.

    The singer-songwriter has put the kibosh on plans for the reunion which, would mark 20 years since the band’s 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe.

    The Sunday People can also reveal that Paul Weller and the Happy Mondays had been lined up as special guests.

    Noel, 46, right, has been asked to make up with frontman Liam for the tour, which ­included two gigs at Knebworth.

    But the simmering feud between the ­brothers, which boiled over in a backstage row in 2009, won’t be cooling off any time soon.

    A source close to Noel revealed: “There were hopes he would do it but frankly, he just doesn’t want to. The Oasis reunion is well and truly off.

    “He has refused all offers, it got to £20 million but even the lure of money like that just didn’t work.

    “Liam is very keen to get back together, if only for the money but Noel is having none of it.

    “There have been several ­intermediaries from their respective camps working very hard indeed to reach some form of agreement but Noel isn’t budging and a working ­solution between the brothers simply can’t be found.

    “It’s a real shame and Noel knows how much his fans would love to see the band reform but he doesn’t want to commit to the time, he is quite ­happy as he is.”

    Via L4E source: irishmirror.ie



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    Thursday, December 12, 2013


      Noel Gallagher interview on the art of songwriting

    The following piece is an extract from the superb book Isle of Noises by Daniel Rachel, a series of in-depth interviews with British musicians about their approach to songwriting. This is just the first half of the interview with Noel and the rest of it is just as good. You can click through and buy the book at the end of the article. It also features interviews with John Lydon, Mick Jones, Madness, Paul Weller, Johnny Marr, Jarvis Cocker, Pet Shop Boys, Laura Marling, Ray Davies, Squeeze, Joan Armatrading and many more. – James Brown

    You were once asked but refused to answer this question. Do you recognize the romantic writer in yourself?
    I remember that question. Yes, I am romantic. My missus would sit and scoff at this. I can only be romantic when I’m writing songs. I’ve written lots of love songs. I’m fucking shit at remembering birthdays and all that malarkey, buying cards and flowers: absolutely rubbish.

    You recognize beauty in simple things, like the weather.

    Oh yeah, for five years I was obsessed with the rain. It was raining a lot.

    Or shining.

    Well, there was sunshine after the rain. Somebody pointed that out to me at the end of the Nineties and said, ‘It’s been raining a lot in your music for the last five years.’ It’s like, ‘I’m from Manchester. It rains. I’m from up north.’

    Is it a default when you’re stuck for ideas: rain, shine?

    I’m not one of the world’s great thinkers. Damon Albarn said this once in an interview: he can ‘see four black dudes playing cards in a pub in Notting Hill and write a symphony about it’. I could see the same four black dudes and to me it’s just four black dudes playing cards. It’s just how you perceive things in life. I’m not a great reader of books; I’m not a great art lover. What I know is street life and street talk and football and drugs. I was probably the only songwriter in the entire world that hasn’t written a song about 9/11.

    It’s unusual for you to write very personally. Did having an abusive father contribute to your reluctance to reveal yourself in song?

    All the songs that I like, they’re not written by songwriters pulling the scabs off themselves. All John Lennon’s shit about his mother; I’m not interested in it, doesn’t mean anything to me. All these songs about personal torment, how can it? How can ‘Mother’ mean anything to anybody apart from John Lennon? It can’t, because he’s singing it about his mother, not mine. That’s just my perception of it. It’s never come out in my music ’cause (a) it’s nobody’s fucking business; and (b) it doesn’t make for great music. For instance, ‘Waterloo Sunset’; the sun setting at Waterloo Station belongs to everybody. The abusive father I had belongs to me. I really wouldn’t want to share that or put it into a song. Why waste that three minutes when you could be writing about the sun coming up in the morning?

    Read the rest at Sabotagetimes

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    Monday, December 09, 2013


      Shane Long and West Brom team-mates sing Oasis’ Wonderwall



    Christmas nights out can tend to get a bit on the pricey side, so Shane Long and his West Brom team-mates took to busking on the streets of Dublin to raise some pennies for their festive bash.

    The Baggies players travelled to Ireland following their 2-0 defeat to Norwich at the weekend, where clearly boss Steve Clarke decided they would be punished for the loss by wearing some seriously garish get-ups.

    But Long and co. were clearly happy to be seen out in their colourful attire as the striker, complete with guitar and backing vocalist Boaz Myhill, stood outside Dublin’s Temple Bar to perform an (actually not totally terrible) rendition of Oasis’ Wonderwall.

    via L4e / source: metro.co.uk



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    Thursday, December 05, 2013


      Noel Gallagher recaps the year in music



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    Excerpt from RollingStone.com


    The Britpop vet praises Kanye, slams Arcade Fire and hints at new solo material in the works

    Noel Gallagher did not enjoy 2013 very much. "Fucking had a shit year," says the British guitarist and songwriter, formerly of Oasis, when Rolling Stone reaches him by phone. "All I've done is sit around the house and become a fucking hypochondriac. Dog-shit year. Can't wait until it's over."

    Yes, it's been a quiet year for Gallagher, if someone like him can ever be said to have a truly quiet year. (His last shows were in the spring, including the Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig where he performed onstage with Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon of sometime arch-rivals Blur.) But the man is full of typically barbed opinions about what everyone else in music did over the past 12 months. Read on for Gallagher's uncensored thoughts on Kanye West, Arcade Fire, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, David Bowie and much more – plus an update on what's next for his solo project, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. "I don't think I'll ever take this much time off again," Gallagher says. "I can't wait to get back to work."

    Do you think 2013 has been a good year for music, overall? 

    It's been okay. There's been some catchy tunes, for sure. I think any year that David Bowie puts an album out has got to be a great year, eh?

    So the Bowie album lived up to your expectations? 

    I thought at the time, and I still think now, that it's a fucking masterpiece. I love it. Nobody has the right to be that fucking good at this point in their career. Apart from Neil Young, all of the people that are in his league are basically fucking shit. Do you know what I mean?

    Like who? 

    Well, I'm not going to start naming names! We all know who they are. But "Valentine's Day," that song is just fucking outrageous. There's at least three songs on there that you listen to them and immediately pick the guitar up and just think, "Fucking bastard! Why did I never write that?" I think it's some of the best stuff he's ever done. I'd give it 10 out of 10. I'd give it 11 out of 10, if I could.

    Did you get a chance to talk to Bowie this year?

    Me? [Laughs] Me, talk to David Bowie? Fucking hell, no. I've met him a couple of times down the years. But why would I get a chance to talk to David Bowie? Just, like, call him up? I don't think he's been in England. As soon as he lands in England, he's going to get taken to the Tower of London, and they're not going to let him out until he's done a gig, so I don't think he'll ever come back.

    What else did you like this year?

    Half of the Arctic Monkeys record is really good. You know, the other half is like, "Eh, yeah" – but half of it is really fucking good. And I actually, for the first time ever, listened to a Kanye West record.

    Oh, yeah? What did you think of that?

    I'm not really a fan of his or anything like that. I don't really like that kind of modern hip-hop, whatever you call it. But somebody told me to watch this interview he did in England [with BBC DJ Zane Lowe], so I watched it, and I thought it was one of the best interviews I've ever seen. I fuckin' loved it! Especially the bit about the leather jogging pants or whatever he's going on about, fucking claiming he invented them.

    I was at a party quite soon after that, and that track "Black Skinhead" came on. I didn't know who it was – like I said, I'm not wised up on that kind of shit. I was like, "What the fucking hell is this?" And turns out it's off that new album. So I got the album, and it's fucking great. I really like it. Particularly that track – it's fucking out there, do you know what I mean? It's got a great low-fi, punk vibe to it.

    I'll tell you what's a great record. Have you heard that record by Disclosure?

    Yeah, that's a good one.

    That's fucking mega. I went to Glastonbury this year. It was my seventh time, and it was the best one I've ever been to. I saw Disclosure in the dance tent, and I thought they were truly fucking amazing. I love that record. It's got a really old-school fucking acid house vibe to it, which I really fucking like.

    And what else? There's singles on British radio that I don't know what they're fucking called. I have no idea. I hear them when I'm getting my kids ready for school. As for what they're called? Fuck knows.

    They all seem to be quite urban, though. There's not a lot of guitar music being played on national British radio, anyway. That being said, it does sound pretty good to me, some of it. I could sing you some songs, but I couldn't give you any titles or any artists. [Laughs]

    Why do you think there aren't more new guitar bands making waves?

    Well, I don't think there's a lack of new guitar bands. I don't think that guitar music is any better or worse than it's ever been. There's just a lack of exposure to it. The game has shifted to shiny, urban pop, you know? It's like, back in the Nineties, when I was going, guitar music was the main thing in Britain or England. Now the focus has shifted to something else. But that's all right. You've got to find it yourself. It's kind of like going back to what alternative music was before Oasis ruined everything by being massive.

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    Wednesday, December 04, 2013


      Beady Eye Live Session at Absolute Radio





    Launch Absolute Radio Player of Session

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      Beady Eye replace Blur at Big Day Out



    Beady Eye, Deftones and The Hives will all attempt to fill the void left by Blur, while Pearl Jam and Arcade Fire remain on board as the travelling festival’s other headliners.

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    Tuesday, December 03, 2013


      Beady Eye European tour dates



    Check out all of Beady Eyes upcoming events on their facebook page here

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    Sunday, December 01, 2013


      Watch Beady Eye perform Iz Rite on Alan Carr's Chatty Man show



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      Gary Neville on Noel Gallagher tagging his guitar with graffiti

    Former Manchester United FC captain Gary Neville has said that Noel Gallagher once tagged his guitar with Manchester City FC graffiti.

    The football legend reveals the story in a new documentary, The Class of '92, explaining that he sent his guitar to the former Oasis man so he could sign it, but that it came back to him with "MCFC" - Gallagher's team - written on it.

    Speaking to Digital Spy about the incident, Neville explained that he still has the instrument. "Yes, at home," he said of the guitar's whereabouts. "I had it up on my wall at one point, in an apartment in Manchester. But then I took it down - I've not got anything on my walls now in terms of memorabilia."

    He added: "I was a big Oasis fan, started learning the guitar for a few years and just sent it him one day. I got it back with that! Shouldn't have been surprised, really!"

    Noel Gallagher recently rubbished claims that he will be taking part in an Oasis reunion. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Gallagher commented: "We are split up. You've heard that, haven't you? You must've heard... Yeah, so, ergo, band splits up, band is no more. There is no band. So, no, I won't be getting involved, anyway. If there is a reunion, I won't be in it."

    Noel's brother Liam told NME last year that he would be interested in "burying the hatchet for a lap of honour" for Oasis, who split in 2009 following a fight between the siblings before the Rock en Seine festival in Paris.

    Via L4E source: nme.com



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