Oasis: “Some Might Say” performed live to 1.25 million viewers (VIDEO)
Liam Gallagher can wear sunglasses even at night
Photo: Redferns, Roberta Parkin. All rights reserved.
Their documentary was already shown in cinema in September, which Oasis shows in 1996 at the huge concert in Knebworth, Great Britain. Liam Gallagher stands on stage—as one is used to with his arms behind his back—wearing sunglasses and gazing into rows of nocturnal, large audiences. In concert, Oasis played in front of an audience of over 250,000.
A new video has now been released for the publication of their concert documentary “Oasis Knebworth 1996” featuring their appearance on “Some Might Say” at the same concert. More precisely: on the second evening of their headline show at Knebworth in August 1996, as the Gallagher brothers played on both days of the festival. Jake Scott directed the music documentary. Noel and Liam Gallagher are both listed as executive producers and were likely directly involved in the production of the documentary.
Just a year after the band released their perhaps biggest album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Released, the band played some of their best-known singles in 1996 – including “Some Might Say”. A few weeks earlier, Oasis released a seven-minute clip for “Champagne Supernova”, which also includes material from the documentary “Oasis Knebworth 1996”.
On November 19, “Oasis Knebworth 1996” will also be available for home in various audio and video formats. There will be Super Deluxe bundles available for special fans – and here too, on CD, LP, DVD, Blu-ray and digital, among other things. In addition to the presence of Oasis, fans attending the festival and recordings from other bands should bring home the atmosphere of the mega-concert. The film also contains a lot of unpublished archive material.
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