This Oasis and Noel Gallagher audiobiog gives a unique insight into the creative workings of the band. It also exclusively reveals the intimate details of family conflict, which creates their driving energy.
Noel Gallagher has been hailed as the new John Lennon, although as he says, "I'm not; I'm just someone who writes good songs, and for inspiration I use whatever is around me - Lennon wrote the best songs ever."
In this exclusive audiobiog, Noel admits that he has everything: plenty of money, a Rolls Royce, great family, great friends, and a great band. Music is his drug, and there isn't a day that passes when he doesn't open the curtains and thank God for being alive.
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In this audiobiog Noel openly admits to his drug use and how he wishes he had never started smoking. He also reveals his writing techniques and talks about the media as sellers of the myth of sex, drugs and rock and roll. A fantastic revealing audiobiog, which clearly shows Noel, is the brains behind Oasis. Not to be missed and for every fan, collector and music historian.
In this unique recording, Joe Jacks speaks frankly with Oasis singer and songwriter Noel Gallagher about his musical success and longtime struggles with drug use, eliciting poignant reflections from the singer about his personal life, including his famously contentious relationship with brother Liam, and the role that famed '90s powerhouse Oasis has played in the grand pantheon of rock n’ roll history.
Gallagher opens up in this live audiobiography, speaking thoughtfully about his life, fame, and commitment to art. A truly unusual glimpse into the life of a legendary rocker!
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