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    Friday, January 29, 2016


      Noel Gallagher's 5 favorite Bowie tunes

    Noel Gallagher awoke to bad news on January 10th. "My wife burst into the bedroom crying, and I thought one of the children had died," he says.

    "She said, 'David Bowie's dead.' I was like, 'Fuckin' hell.'" The former Oasis songwriter-guitarist (and Bowie mega-fan), whose latest U.S. tour begins in July, called a few days after Bowie's death to tell us about his five favorite songs by the Starman. "Let's celebrate his life more than mourn his passing," Gallagher says. "All things must pass, and all that."

    Gallagher took the opportunity to reflect on the way Bowie's music has inspired over the years. "He was quite fearless, which is one of the things that I will remember him for – taking his art, always moving it forward," he says. "For instance: You get up on the day that 'Where Are We Now?' hits the airwaves [in January 2013], and you’re like, 'Oh, it’s another weird David Bowie song. I like it though, it’s great.' Then the album [The Next Day] comes out, and it’s fucking stadium rock! And you’re like, 'What the fuck? Wow, amazing.' Then you hear he's made another album [★], and you think 'Well, are we gonna get two fucking accessible albums in a row?' But we got a weird, dark album. And then of course he dies, and you go back and listen to it and think, 'Wow. Fuckin’ hell, man. This is amazing.'"

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    Thursday, January 28, 2016


      Noel Gallagher continues work on 3rd solo album

    photo: Paul Bachmann/ Live4ever


    Noel Gallagher has offered a glimpse inside his recording studio as he continues work on a third solo album. 

    Sharing a picture on his Instagram account (view), Gallagher showed off some more brass being laid down on his new material, this after acclaimed drummer Pete Lockett, who has worked in the past with the likes of Peter Gabriel and Bjork, also uploaded a photo from the sessions on social media.

     The former Oasis man’s post included a cheeky dig at Kanye West , whom he has signaled out for praise in the past.

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    Sunday, January 17, 2016


      Noel Gallagher to join a Supergroup at the Brits?

    The ceremony - to take place at London's O2 on February 25 - is set to honour the cultural icon with a music extravaganza that could see the likes of U2's Bono, Noel Gallagher and Damon Alban perform hits from his illustrious career. 

     A music insider revealed: ''A few artists approached the Brits to ask if they could be involved in the David Bowie tribute as they want to make sure it is done properly. ''He was a British icon and they want to provide a credible farewell which can honour that. ''The band will be full of musicians who grew up with Bowie and were inspired by him, meaning artists like Noel, Damon and Bono.'' 

    However the group will apparently exclude ''young'' artists. The source told The Sun newspaper: ''IThe ceremony - to take place at London's O2 on February 25 - is set to honour the cultural icon with a music extravaganza that could see the likes of U2's Bono, Noel Gallagher and Damon Alban perform hits from his illustrious career.

    A music insider revealed: ''A few artists approached the Brits to ask if they could be involved in the David Bowie tribute as they want to make sure it is done properly.

    ''He was a British icon and they want to provide a credible farewell which can honour that.

    ''The band will be full of musicians who grew up with Bowie and were inspired by him, meaning artists like Noel, Damon and Bono.''

    However the group will apparently exclude ''young'' artists.

    The source told The Sun newspaper: ''It is unlikely to involve young acts such as Sam Smith or Ed Sheeran, but there will be a few artists who are already singing on the night who will be asked if they want to take part too.

    ''The organisers are putting everything into it. If they get it right, it will be epic.''

    Bowie - who passed away on Sunday (10.01.16) after a secret 18-month battle with liver cancer aged 69 - was nominated for eight Brit Awards in his lifetime and won two, for Best British Male Solo Artist in 1984 and an Outstanding Contribution Award in 1996, the same year he was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    His albums are currently dominating the charts and his final record 'Blackstar' rocketed to the top of the Official Album Chart this week.

    Bowie's 2014 LP 'Nothing Has Changed' follows in fifth place and his 2002 greatest hits 'The Best Of David Bowie' in eleventh.

    'Hunky Dory' (1971), 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars' (1972), 'Best Of Bowie' (2002), feature in the top 20 while 'Nothing Has Changed (Deluxe version)', 'Aladdin Sane' (1973), 'The Best of David Bowie 1980-87' (2007), 'Heroes' (1977), 'Let's Dance' (1983), 'Low' (1977), 'The Next Day' (2013) and 'Young Americans' (1975) all appear in the top 40.

    And more than half a million Bowie records were picked up in the UK this week, including 241,000 albums and 167,000 singles and 19 million streams.

    Meanwhile at the Brits nominations on Thursday (14.01.16), boss Geoff Taylor touched on the subject of plans to celebrate Bowie's career and said ''working hard'' on a fitting tribute.

    He said: ''We're working hard to try to come up with a tribute show that we think is fitting for someone who made such a unique contribution to music.

    ''We're going to try to make it exciting and spectacular and interesting.''

    source: www.tv3.ie/





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    Tuesday, January 12, 2016


      Noel Gallagher announces NYC date

    Noel Gallagher  will return to the US in the summer for a New York gig.

    Gallagher’s 2016 touring plans behind last year’s second High Flying Birds album ‘Chasing Yesterday‘ have previously focused on the UK, South America and Australasia, but New York’s Beacon Theatre has now been lined up for a visit on July 5th, with tickets on general sale from this Friday (January 15th).

    Photo: Paul Bachmann/Live4ever

    “The clarity of a recording space which barely ever played host to more than three bodies shines through,” our ‘Chasing Yesterday review reads. “‘The Dying Of The Light’ holds back where ‘If I Had a Gun’ burned out, easing through close to six minutes with a commendable restraint.”

    “The same can be said for ‘While The Song Remains The Same’, which whispers at an ever-changing world. At landmarks, sights and sounds now preserved in memories, not concrete. It’s an intimate blue plaque to a distant childhood.”

    “Amidst the reminiscing there’s for once plenty of forward thinking, especially on ‘The Right Stuff’. Space-jazz might be too far, but in these circles it’s certainly adventurous, and loops and soothes and hypnotises with dreamy female backing vocals and those much vaunted saxophones.”

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    Monday, January 11, 2016


      One of the great moments in Noel Gallagher's life




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    Tuesday, January 05, 2016


      Noel Gallagher doesn't think he has to be ‘the best’ any more.

    Noel Gallagher no longer thinks he has to be "the best" musician any more because he doesn't need to prove himself as an artist after releasing albums for 20 years.

    The rock superstar sees the music industry differently to when he first started off in Oasis in 1991 and after making music doesn't feel he needs to "prove" himself to anyone.

    Talking about what motivates him to make music now, he said : "With all of that (20 years in music) behind me, though, I've come to approach music like this: I write all the time. When I write something that I think is good, I record it. Once I've got 12 together, I've got an album. Once I've got the album, I go and play it to the people - and, quite frankly, try and sell them some f**king T-shirts.

    Then, I shall count the money when I get home, go on holiday for six months and start the process over. I don't feel like I have to be the best any more. Everything I ever wanted to achieve from being in a band, I was able to achieve in about six weeks."

    The 48-year-old rocker has admitted that when he and his brother Liam Gallagher signed their first record deal in 1993 to Creation Records, he did develop a competitive streak because he wanted Oasis to be the biggest band in the world.

    But once they realised that dream in the 90s he then lost his edge.

    He told website Music Feeds: "I was never an idealistic young man. I didn't really want to change the world. I just had a knack for songwriting. When I got a record deal, though, something twigged. I wanted to be the best. Once we became the biggest and the best, the motivation kind of went. I felt like we'd proven ourselves."

    source: Female First



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