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    Friday, February 28, 2014


      Would Oasis make it today......?

    Would Oasis make it today, when pop music has been colonised by the posh and the pathetic?


    Man, I miss Oasis. On Wednesday the Mancunian rockers, formerly both the kings and the scourge of the 1990s Britpop scene, got the media's pulse racing by posting a cryptic hint on their Facebook page about a possible reunion. But it turns out they won't be reuniting, probably because there isn't a patch of land on Earth big enough for the Gallagher brothers, Noel and Liam, to bury their legion hatchets. Instead, the big announcement from the Oasis camp was that a remastered version of their first album, the goosebump-coaxing Definitely Maybe, will be released on 19 May, to celebrate its twentieth anniversary. That was nice enough news for old fans like me, for whom the sounds of that album are a glorious reminder of being 19 years old and off one's nut.

    Listening to Definitely Maybe now – as I did last night, following the media frenzy about Oasis's announcement – it is striking how foreign it feels, how different it is from what passes for pop or rock or indie music in the 21st century. The album is gloriously unironic and free of twee. It's totally blokey, which is of course anathema in 2014, when Facebook offers no fewer than 58 gender options (none of which is lad) and every man is supposed to be in touch with his inner feminine spirit. The lyrics – most of which are rubbish – speak to aspiration, including of the materialistic variety, which is also a big no-no today, when academics warn us of the dangers of "affluenza" and it's the in thing to be a recessionista: someone's who eco-thrifty and resistant to the charms of bling. On Rock'n'Roll Star, Liam bellows: "I live my life for the stars that shine / People say it's a waste of time / When they said I should feed my head / That to me was just a day in bed." Rough translation: these guys want glory, not education; they want material wealth, not mental stimulation.

    There's another reason Oasis now look and sound like creatures not just from another millennium but from another planet: their rise to stardom was really the last time a working-class band made it big, storming to the top of the pops through swagger and self-belief rather than with the aid of high-up connections and nepotistic favours. These days, as Michael Gove pointed out a couple of years ago, the sharp-elbowed sons and daughters of Britain's public schools have thoroughly colonised every corner of public and cultural life, including popular music. "2010's Mercury Music Prize was a battle between privately educated Laura Marling and privately educated Marcus Mumford", said Gove. "And from Chris Martin of Coldplay to Tom Chaplin of Keane, popular music is populated by public school boys." (Noel Gallagher, you won't be surprised to hear, has been far more stinging about Keane: "I feel sorry for them. No matter how hard they try, they'll always be squares. Even if one of them started injecting heroin into his own c–––, people would go: 'Yeah, but your dad was a vicar, good night.'") Oasis are a reminder of what now seems, quite sadly, to be a very bygone era, a time when a combination of confidence within working-class communities and the existence of a public space for the rise of working-class entertainment and art meant that rough men with guitars could take on the world.

    This means that, 20 years on, Definitely Maybe strikes an unwittingly melancholic note. It feels like a relic, a blistering cry from a time when politics had not yet been totally taken over by foppish men from Bullingdon or the sons of academics from Hampstead and pop music wasn’t yet the preserve of the skinny, oh-so-knowing offspring of professors and millionaires who wear Bruce Springsteen T-shirts for a JOKE. Would a Definitely Maybe be possible today? I’m not sure. Who today would venture into inner-city Manchester and offer a record deal to two foul-mouthed sons of Irish immigrants who wanted to sing songs about cigarettes and alcohol and living forever? Not many, I would wager. Modern record producers would likely be bamboozled by the earnestness of these young northern men – “I need to be myself / I can’t be no one else”, Liam sings on Supersonic – and would ask where the lolz were. The twentieth anniversary of Definitely Maybe is an occasion not only for tapping one’s toes once again to those gorgeous songs, but also wracking one’s brains as to what happened to the phenomenon of the working-class band and creative inner-city attitude.

    Oasis were the last great rebels of rock. They are, as you would expect any decent rock rebel to be, agitated by the mainstream morals and pieties of our time. So Noel lambasts environmentalists as “hippies with no place in the world”, asking, quite sensibly, “How do you suggest we get millions of Chinese not to have a fridge?” He rails against worthy, charity, green-minded, ishoo-led pop. Of the Live 8 concert that accompanied the G8 meeting in Gleneagles in 2005 he said: “Are they hoping that one of these guys from the G8 is on a quick 15-minute break at Gleneagles and sees Annie Lennox singing ‘Sweet Dreams’ and thinks, ‘F––– me, she might have a point’?” He laments the disappearance of a “work ethic” among Britain’s youth, who now, he says, prefer to tweet than make art. All of this has made Oasis somewhat unpopular in the music press and among young bands, which is further proof of the extent to which those worlds have been conquered by middle-class mores, so that even an undisputed rock god like Noel Gallagher can now appear to them as little more than a terribly rough and ill-spoken man with outrageously outré views.

    By Brendan O'Neill Arts and entertainment / telegraph.co.uk






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      Liam confirms Beady Eye will not play Coachella




    Tabloid the Sun is also reporting that Beady Eye have parted company with manager Scott Rodger. A source told The Sun: "It's a shock that Liam has left Scott. He has a lot of influence. Beady Eye hired him to rejuvenate their career after their first album didn't do as well as hoped. "Scott put in a lot of hard work on the second album and persuaded Liam to play Oasis songs live again.

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    Wednesday, February 26, 2014


      Noel Gallagher's new album has the spirit of 'Definitely Maybe'

    Noel Gallagher is recording a new album which has the spirit of Oasis' debut album, according to Gallagher's long-term associate Mark Coyle.

    Coyle, who co-produced Oasis' debut album 'Definitely Maybe', told NME he heard demos for Gallagher's new album earlier this month (February) following recording sessions Gallagher made in New York.

    "Noel's new album is fucking great," said Coyle."It reminds me in some respects of the spirit of 'Definitely Maybe', because it’s so obviously exciting. That boy is from a different planet, and even the fans won't believe how utterly amazing it is."

    Coyle, a friend of Gallagher’s since they were both in Inspiral Carpets' road crew in the early '90s, said Gallagher had written between 50 to 60 songs for the new album. "He’s not exactly struggling for an 11th song to complete the album," said Coyle. "It's pouring out of him and he’s currently whittling it all down into an album. The new record will be seismic. It's so explosive that, on the day it comes out, Virgin Trains won’t be able to cope with all the people trying to flee the chaos."

    Coyle talks about the 20th anniversary edition of 'Definitely Maybe' in the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands from today (February 26) and available digitally. He spent six months going through demos and live recordings for the extra tracks on the anniversary release's Special Edition.

    Coyle is currently overseeing an expanded version of former Shack singer Michael Head’s 1997 album 'The Magical World Of The Strands', the sole album by Michael Head And The Strands, which Coyle produced. He is also planning more shows with his band Tailgunner, who released a self-titled album featuring Gallagher on drums in 2000. "I’ve sacked Noel as our drummer," said Coyle. "OK, so really he’s too busy."

    Earlier today it was announced that Oasis's classic 1994 debut album 'Definitely Maybe' will be reissued to mark its 20th anniversary this May.

    A remastered version of the Manchester band's LP will be released on May 19 and will include rare and unreleased recordings. The reissue is the first in the new Chasing The Sun series from Big Brother Recordings, with Oasis' follow-up albums 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)?' and 'Be Here Now' to also be reissued later this year.

    via L4e / source: nme.com

    Read what Owen Morris had to say to Live4ever readers on our forum about the newly remastered Definitely Maybe album.



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      Details of Oasis remastered 'Definitely Maybe' album announced

    Oasis' classic 1994 debut album 'Definitely Maybe' will be reissued to mark its 20th anniversary this May.

    A remastered version of the Manchester band's LP will be released on May 19 and will include rare and unreleased recordings. The reissue is the first in the new Chasing The Sun series from Big Brother Recordings, with Oasis's follow-up albums 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)?' and 'Be Here Now' to also be re-issued later this year.

    The 20th anniversary edition of 'Definitely Maybe' will be available as a standard CD and digital download of the original album, a three-disc Special Edition version including the rare recordings and demos, a 12" vinyl LP featuring all the bonus CD content as a free download, and a Deluxe Box Set which features the LP and the CDs. It has also been revealed that the band will re-issue their single 'Supersonic' as a 12" vinyl to coincide with this year's Record Store Day on April 19.

    Among the bonus content included in the reissue is a disc featuring the band's stand-alone single 'Whatever', unheard acoustic versions of the tracks 'Live Forever' and 'Shakermaker' recorded in Paris, an early demo of 'Half The World Away' recorded in Noel Gallagher's Tokyo hotel room, a demo of the extremely rare song 'Strange Thing' and a live recording of 'Sad Song' show at Manchester Academy.

    Limited edition cassette replicas of the band's rare 'Original 1993 Demos', meanwhile, are now available from www.oasisnet.com, including new sleeve notes from 'Definitely Maybe' producer Mark Coyle. Only eight copies of the original demo tapes were made.

    For a special report on the 'Definitely Maybe' re-issue and a behind-the-scenes account of the making of the album, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands from today (February 26) and available digitally

    The tracklisting for the three-disc Special Edition re-issue of 'Definitely Maybe' is as follows:

    Disc 1

    1. 'Rock'n'Roll Star'
    2. 'Shakermaker'
    3. 'Live Forever'
    4. 'Up In The Sky'
    5. 'Columbia'
    6. 'Supersonic'
    7. 'Bring It On Down'
    8. 'Cigarettes & Alcohol'
    9. 'Digsy's Dinner'
    10. 'Slide Away'
    11. 'Married With Children'

    Disc 2

    1. 'Columbia' (White Label Demo)
    2. 'Cigarettes & Alcohol' (Demo)
    3. 'Sad Song'
    4. 'I Will Believe' (Live)
    5. 'Take Me Away'
    6. 'Alive' (Demo)
    7. 'D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?'
    8. 'Supersonic' (Live)
    9. 'Up In The Sky' (Acoustic)
    10. 'Cloudburst'
    11. 'Fade Away'
    12. 'Listen Up'
    13. 'I Am The Walrus' (Live Glasgow Cathouse June 1994)
    14. 'Whatever'
    15. '(It's Good) To Be Free'
    16. 'Half The World Away'

    Disc 3

    1. 'Supersonic' (Live At Glasgow Tramshed)
    2. 'Rock'N'Roll Star' (Demo)
    3. 'Shakermaker' (Live Paris in-store)
    4. 'Columbia' (Eden Studios Mix)
    5. 'Cloudburst' (Demo)
    6. 'Strange Thing' (Demo)
    7. 'Live Forever' (Live Paris in-store)
    8. 'Cigarettes & Alcohol' (Live At Manchester Academy)
    9. 'D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?' (Live At Manchester Academy)
    10.'Fade Away' (Demo)
    11. 'Take Me Away' (Live At Manchester Academy)
    12. 'Sad Song' (Live At Manchester Academy)
    13. 'Half The World Away' (Live, Tokyo hotel room)
    14. 'Digsy's Dinner' (Live, Paris in-store)
    15. 'Married With Children' (Demo)
    16. 'Up In The Sky' (Live Paris in-store)
    17. 'Whatever' (Strings)

    The tracklisting for the 'Original 1993 Demos', meanwhile, is as follows:

    Side One

    'Cloudburst'
    'Columbia'
    'D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?'
    'Strange Thing'

    Side Two

    'Bring It On Down'
    'Married With Children'
    'Fade Away'
    'Rock'N'Roll Star'

    Via L4E source: nme.com



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    Tuesday, February 25, 2014


      26 FEB 9AM



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    Monday, February 24, 2014


      Oasis ‘to re-release Definitely Maybe later this year for 20th anniversary’

    Oasis will re-release ‘Definitely Maybe‘ in remastered form later this year to mark its 20th anniversary – according to Mojo Magazine.

    In rounding off a dedicated article on the album in their new edition, Mojo claims ‘Definitely Maybe’ is to be available on CD, special edition 3CD, vinyl and deluxe box set formats from May 19th this year.

    If the rumours are rubber-stamped in due course, it would prove to the first official recognition from the now defunct band of the landmark year for their lauded debut album after numerous claims that lucrative offers of celebratory live gigs have been turned down by Noel Gallagher.

    Released in August 1994, ‘Definitely Maybe’ became, at the time, the fastest selling debut LP in British music history – a mantle now held by the Arctic Monkeys. It sparked a meteoric rise to worldwide fame for the group when the follow-up ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?‘ arrived just over a year later. In 2004, its 10th birthday was recognised with an extensive CD/DVD package.

    via Live4ever Music Ezine



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    Sunday, February 23, 2014


      Remastered Oasis' back catalogue set for release later this year

    (tabloid alert)

    A whopping £3 million each can’t persuade the warring Gallagher brothers to reform Oasis for a series of gigs this summer, I can reveal.

    Instead, fans of the rockers will have to make do with Noel Gallagher remastering the band’s back catalogue.

    ‘Noel has been planning to do this for a while and he thought it would  be perfect to release it this year, as it’s the 20th anniversary of the band’s first single,’ says a friend of the singer-songwriter.

    When I caught up with Noel, 46, at a Warner Music party after the Brits, the star admitted: ‘I still love my Oasis music and I still play it.’

    However, sources say that Noel has snubbed a huge deal to play three gigs alongside his brother Liam in Finsbury Park, North London, this summer that would have netted them around £3 million each.

    The pair reportedly turned down £20 million to do a world tour last year that would have included a return to Knebworth for a repeat of their legendary 1996 shows.

    Via L4E source: dailymail.co.uk



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    Tuesday, February 18, 2014


      Oasis the movie in the pipeline?

    The band's former guitarist - who has barely spoken to brother Liam since their group split in 2009 - has revealed that he is considering the offer.

    Speaking at The Weinstein Company BAFTA after party on Sunday (16.02.14), he told The Sun newspaper: ''People have seriously approached me about that.

    ''It's something that's very strange but very tempting.

    ''If it means I get to come here and watch Brad Pitt eat a bit of salmon then I'll make a film a year if I can.''

    The 46-year-old musician, who attended the event at London's Rosewood Hotel with his wife Sara, wants actor Michael Fassbender to take the lead role in the new film but didn't specify whether he would want the star to play himself or brother Liam, 41.

    The 'Wonderwall' hitmaker claims the working title for the film is '20 Years A Geezer'.

    Although he complained about the music at the Weinstein party, calling it ''utter s***e'', Noel had fun rubbing shoulders with Hollywood stars.

    He was seen chatting to Bradley Cooper during dinner at The Grosvenor House Hotel before the awards and actress Emma Thompson gave him a huge hug.

    Meanwhile, Liam is set to hold castings in Los Angeles for a new Beatles film and has convinced Michael Winterbottom to direct the movie about the band's company Apple Corps and the break-up of the group.

    Via L4E source: contactmusic.com



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    Monday, February 17, 2014


      Beady Eye are not Oasis - but they've got chops.

    Review:  Beady Eye at Rome's Orion Club on 16 February

    “Everyone’ll be calling their kids Beady Eye by the end of the year”, Liam Gallagher, 25 January 2011.

    While I doubt (m)any children have been christened “Beady Eye" in the last few years, the now not-so-new project headed by rock's last true anti-hero Liam Gallagher has certainly become a recognisable name, and for good reason.

    Straight off a massive Aussie summer festival tour and with another steady four or five months of touring ahead of them, the Beady Eye lads were in top form in Rome, both musically and behaviourally… which one is never sure of when attending a gig involving a Gallagher brother.

    Emitting ageing mod cool in a perfectly pressed cream duffel coat and trademark sunglasses, Gallagher shared supportive nods with football scarf-wielding crowd members, signed autographs in vocal breaks, gracefully dodged a bottle of water and even reacted with calm and good humour to a blackout shortly into one of their big numbers, Shine a Light. As techies rushed to resolve the issue, the crowd let rip a couple of football chants, followed by another which seemed to be "Paga la Luce." When the band returned to the stage Gallagher seemed up-to-date on how things work here in Italy, quipping “I’ve got a feelin' it’s gonna be a long night, haven’t got anywhere else to go have ya?”

    Opening with Four Letter Word, the second promotional single from their debut album Different Gear, Still Speeding, and ending with a cover of the Rolling Stones’ Gimme Shelter, Beady Eye performed a blistering hour-and-a-half set that included tracks from both album releases including Flick of the Finger, Start Anew, current single Soul Love, and also Wonderwall and Cigarettes and Alcohol by Oasis.

    Love him or loathe him, don’t pretend you’re not at least mildly interested in what "Gallagherism" may fall out of the man's mouth next. Five years in and ever evolving, the day for comparisons should be over. No Beady Eye are not Oasis, but they’ve got chops.

    Victoria Wyatt

    via L4e / source: wantedinrome.com



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    Tuesday, February 11, 2014


      Liam Gallagher to hold castings for Beatles film

     (tabloid alert)

    Liam Gallagher is set to hold castings in Los Angeles for a new Beatles film and wants Jared Leto and Ethan Hawke to audition.

    Liam Gallagher is set to hold castings in Los Angeles for a new Beatles film.

    The Beady Eye frontman wants Jared Leto and Ethan Hawke to star in the movie and has convinced Michael Winterbottom to direct the film about The Beatles' company Apple Corps and the break-up of the group.

    A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Liam is going to hold castings in the US in April. A lot of the lead roles are American, so he's keen to find the right names.

    ''He knows he's not going to manage to entice someone like Brad Pitt but he wants high-calibre people who are more on the indie scene of Hollywood. He thinks actors such as Jared and Ethan would be perfect.''

    The former Oasis lead singer, who split from his own band in 2009 after a huge fist-fight with brother and bandmate Noel, is the executive producer of The Longest Cocktail Party and is currently looking for someone to fund his movie.

    The source said the 41-year-old star aims to follow in the footsteps of late Beatles guitarist George Harrison, whose company HandMade Films produced hit movies 'Monty Python's Life Of Brian' and 'The Long Good Friday'.

    The Beatles - also made up of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and the late John Lennon - made their first debut on US TV 50 years ago and stars gathered for a special tribute show last month at The Los Angeles Convention Centre.

    The group formed in Liverpool in 1960 and split in 1970 after Paul said he was quitting the band.

    Source: www.contactmusic.com



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    Thursday, February 06, 2014


      Rare Oasis and Stone Roses recordings up for auction

    A number of rare recordings from Oasis and The Stone Roses are to be auctioned off later this month, it has been revealed. 

    Omega Auctions in Stockport will have a number of demo recordings from both Manchester bands up for sale on February 21 and 22. Items set to go under the hammer include Oasis's first ever demo cassette, which was recorded in 1991 and 1992 and features handwritten tracklistings from Noel Gallagher. The tape, which features nine tracks, has an estimated price of £1,000 - £1,500.

    Other Oasis items include a rare promo cassette of 'Definitely Maybe' (£200 – £300) and the original poster for the single 'Go Let It Out' signed by all the band members except Liam Gallagher (£800 – £1,000). There is also a Stone Roses demo featuring the unreleased track 'Sun Still Shines' and rough takes on '(Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister', 'Going Down' and 'Elephant Stone', which has an estimated price of £2,000 – £3,000, and a rare cassette tape of the band's 1989 self-titled LP (£200 – £300). For more information, see Omegaauctions.co.uk.

    Last month (January 30), The Who frontman Roger Daltrey hinted that he would try and get Oasis to reunite for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig. Speaking about the possibility of persuading Liam and Noel Gallagher to perform together, he said: "Noel and Liam are brothers so it will all be alright. Don't worry. Blood is thicker than music. Could I bring them together for a Teenage Cancer Trust show? Ask me next year."

    via L4e / source: NME.com




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    Wednesday, February 05, 2014


      Contest: Win a pair of fabulous sounding Ei8thball earphones




    To celebrate another week of great music, the Live4ever Ezine is very excited to partner with Manchester’s Ei8htball to offer one lucky reader a new pair of their EX811 in-earphones!  Check out  the competition details at the link below and enjoy our New Tunes Guide.


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