Oasis Previews ‘Knebworth 1996’ Documentary/Live Album with “Some Might Say”; Album/Box Set Out 11/19


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Oasis Knebworth 1996, a new documentary film championing the Britpop band’s legendary performances at the U.K. venue that marked the turning point in the then young band’s budding career, recently screened in theaters around the world as a special engagement.

It will also be released on Nov. 19 as live album capturing the group at its absolute peak — performing in front of an estimated 250,000+ screaming fans at one of the U.K.’s most iconic venues. A momentous live experience from Noel Gallagher, Liam Gallagher and their band mates, it’s the quintessential live performance from the band during its heyday.

As a preview, Oasis shared a performance of the (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? track “Some Might Say” on Monday:

Also shared recently was “Champagne Supernova”:

More on the documentary:

Directed by Grammy Award-nominee Jake Scott, “Oasis Knebworth 1996” celebrates the story of the special relationship between Oasis and their fans that made the largest concert of the ‘90’s possible. It is a story told entirely in the moment through the eyes of the fans who were there, built around extensive and never before seen archive concert and backstage footage from the event, with additional interviews with the band and concert organizers. 

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To commemorate this landmark release from Oasis, Rock Cellar’s Jeff Slate compiled recent interviews with Oasis band members, Creation Records label boss Alan McGee, and those who were there and have studied the period closely to reflect on what those two nights in the English countryside meant, and why they may just stand forever as the last great communal rock and roll moment of its kind.

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