How Liam Gallagher Contributed To Stereophonics’ Just Enough Education To Perform Album
2 November 2021, 20:32
Phonics frontman Kelly Jones recalled the night he played the former Oasis frontman’s band album and the contribution he made.
Stereophony leader Kelly jones recalled how Liam Gallagher helped shape the band’s album Just enough education to perform.
The musician wrote a special piece to celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary and recalled how the Oasis The legend ended up giving some advice on what the band should do with the album after hearing it for the first time in a hotel room.
In Rolling Stone UK, Kelly remembers how he and Liam left a Q Awards party together in Liam’s car so “he could play me new instrumentals from Oasis songs while he sang my voice live. in my ear while playing air guitar ”.
From there the group headed to a hotel where they ordered a room service stereo and Kelly played JEEP to Liam and the spectators.
He explains, “We played JEEP on the stereo and Liam listened and made some suggestions on what he would do vocally on the harmonies. Everything was becoming more and more surreal.
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The Welsh rocker also added of the moment: “A young doorman walked into the room with a stereo and the look on his face that I will never forget when he saw that the recipient of the request was Liam and me and a few. others, impatiently waiting with beer bottles in our hands showing the child where the nearest power outlets were… “
Meanwhile, Kelly Jones and co are planning to celebrate JEEP with intimate live dates in 2021, which will see them play the album in its entirety with career-long hits.
Dates are in November and December and include a homecoming show at Venue Cymru in Llandudno and a concert at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London.
See the anniversary dates of Just Enough Education to Perform from Stereophonics:
- November 26, 2021: Leicester – De Montfort Hall
- November 27, 2021: Llandudno – Place Cymru
- November 29, 2021: Portsmouth – Guildhall
- November 30, 2021: Cambridge – Corn Exchange
- December 3, 2021: Dundee – Caird Hall
- December 4, 2021: Edinburgh – Usher Hall
- ^ December 2021: London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
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