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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Find Great music here: British Rock Oasis What's the story Morning Glory

       In 1995, British rock bands Oasis and Blur battled each other for domination. They competed for sales of their singles released: Oasis Roll With It lost out to Blur's Country House. While Country House may have more interesting musicianship. You can understand and enjoy Liam's vocals much better. Therefore, without effort you get the fun relationship vibe of Roll With It.

       I was going to say there really isn't anything immoral about the music on Oasis's 1995 album What's the Story Morning Glory. But then I remembered Morning Glory is partly based on coming out of a coke habit.- or embracing it.

All your dreams are made when you are chained to the mirror with the razor blade Today is the day all the world will see
But the lyrics immediately following those paint pleasant imagery.
Another sunny afternoon walking to the sound of my favorite tune Tomorrow doesn't know what it doesn't know too soon. 
       Overall the music doesn't have any swearing. Just pure rock n roll. Perfect for the people that want to have a beautiful spirit (ie. great mood) but want the high energy of rock n roll. The watery guitars in Morning Glory are produced with a wah-wah pedal. One of my favorite sounding instruments. Basically you put on Oasis What is the Story Morning Glory and you have a good time.

Oasis Album Back Cover Berwick Street in London, England
  • The street featured on the sleeve artwork is Berwick Street in London, (district) W1. (thanks, Bertrand - Paris, France)

I cannot verify this, but the name What's the story Morning Glory came partly from Noel's friend calling up and asking "what's the story" and "Morning Glory" either referring to the flower or morning wood. lol. Since I feel like a zilch for not finding that article. I dug up an interesting read about producer Owen Morris' experience with producing this album.
Oasis Producer Owen Morris

       Oasis What's The Story Morning Glory is great background music for studying for a test or for pleasure reading. However, I don't recommend this music to sleep to. Oasis' What's the story Morning Glory rocks too hard for that. If Hey Now doesn't wake you, Some Might Say certainly will.

       My favorite review on the album comes from Amazon. The editorial review apparently no longer exists. But the review sold me on getting the album because it described Oasis as being painfully self-conscious throughout the album. And referred to some songs as musical candy. I had been used to listening to music as serious as Nirvana. But wanted the tone of my music to be more upbeat and positive. Oasis seemed like the logical progression. Some sad sounding songs but the music and lyrics are always upbeat. Therefore, the review described the music as being pleasurable for me to listen to. And listening to the samples, especially songs like Hello and Champagne Supernova made me feel downright cool.

       Overall, Oasis' What The Story Morning Glory can give you a glorious morning if you listen to the CD on your way to work. I failed to focus on many songs and features of the album that make it great. So I will pick up where I left off next time.