Oasis - (Whats the Story) Morning Glory (CD)
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Digitally remastered 20th Anniversary edition of the classic sophomore album from the Britpop band. The follow-up to Oasis's 1994 debut album DEFINITELY MAYBE, (WHAT'S THE STORY) MORNING GLORY? was recorded between May and June 1995 in Rockfield Studios, Monmouthshire, with Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher producing. Released on October 2nd 1995, it sold a record-breaking (at the time) 347,000 copies in it's first week. The album spent 10 weeks at #1 in the UK, and is Oasis's most commercially successful, with 22 million copies sold worldwide to date, including four million in the US. Features many of Oasis's biggest hit singles, including 'Don't Look Back in Anger', 'Wonderwall', 'Some Might Say', and 'Roll with It', and won the Best Album at the 1996 Brit Awards, with Oasis also taking Best British Group and Best Video awards.
- 30 Sep 2014
- Audio CD
- Big Brother Recordin
- Number of Discs
- Roll With It
- Don't Look Back In Anger
- Hey Now!
- Untitled 1
- Some Might Say
- Cast No Shadow
- She's Electric
- Morning Glory
- Champagne Supernova
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- Real Name
- Phenomenally successful Manchester (Burnage) formed rock & roll band from 1991.
Oasis were formed out of the ashes of a 1990-formed band called The Rain (contrary to popular belief named after the consistent dull weather in Manchester NOT after The Beatles B-Side) consisting of Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan, Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, Tony McCarroll and Chris Hutton on vocals. Chris was eventually sacked and Liam took over vocal duties.
At the time of Liam joining the band his brother Noel had been working as a guitar roadie for Inspiral Carpets' Clint Boon. Liam saw a poster advertising a gig for them at The Swindon Oasis leisure centre on Noel's bedroom wall and thought "Oasis" was a good name for his group, rather than a rumour that circulated in 1994 saying they were named to describe theirselves as a furtile oasis in a desert of music.
In 2000, after a three year hiatus, two of the founding members (Guigsy and Bonehead) left the group and Noel effectively played their parts on the forth album. Two new musicians were recruited (Gem Archer and Andy Bell - the latter is Welsh and not to be confused with the Erasure singer), initially for touring duties, but became full-time and were even allowed to be part of the songwriting process on the following albums.
On August 28, 2009, Noel announced that he was leaving the band after a "details-unknown" altercation with Liam. The remaining members continue performing as Beady Eye, whereas Noel formed .
Paul McGuigan (1991-2000)
Paul Arthurs (1991-2000)
Liam Gallagher (1991-2009)
Tony McCarroll (1991-1994)
Noel Gallagher (1991-2009)
Scott McLeod (1995 Briefly replaced Guigsy; appears in Wonderwall video) ex-The Ya Ya's
Alan White (2) (1995-2004)
Gem Archer (2000-2009) ex-Heavy Stereo
Andy Bell (2) (2000-2009) ex-Ride & Hurricane #1
Zak Starkey: Drums (2004-2008) son of Ringo Starr
The Chris Sharrock (2008-2009) ex-La's
Worthy of note session & live members:
Matt Deighton: Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals (stood-in for Noel during non-UK dates) (2001)
Steve White (3): Drummer (stood-in for brother Alan when he was ill) (2001)
Mike Rowe: Keyboards (1997-2002, also plays on Noel's solo work)
Jay Darlington (ex-Kula Shaker): Keyboards (2002-2009)
Terry Kirkbride (ex-Proud Mary & Ambershades): Drums (2004, 2006-2007)
- Alan White
- Andy Bell
- Chris Sharrock
- Gem Archer
- Liam Gallagher
- Noel Gallagher
- Paul Arthurs
- Paul McGuigan
- Tony McCarroll
- Zak Starkey