Live by the Sea is a live video recording by the English rock band Oasis, released on DVD, VCD, and VHS. It features Oasis' gig at the Southend Cliffs Pavilion on 17 April 1995, as well as the videos for "Rock 'n' Roll Star" and "Cigarettes & Alcohol". The title is a pun on a line from the song "(It's Good) To Be Free". The seventeen-track recording was filmed on 17 April 1995 and then released onto VHS on 28 August 1995 and VCD in 1996.
Oasis - Live By The Sea (DVD, 2001). Oasis have been criticised by some as being one of the most derivative, unoriginal music acts of the 1990s. In fact, their music is distinctly recognisable, and it is this catchiness which highbrow critics instinctively condemn that has made them one of the most loved bands of the late 20th century. While their irresistible pop songs have propelled them to incredible fame and wealth, it is the high drama of their personal lives which have made Oasis media darlings.
Oasis: Live By The Sea. British rock band Oasis perform a one-off gig at the Cliffs Pavilion in Southend, England in 1995. Actor: Oasis, Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Paul Arthurs. Director: Nigel Dick. Country: UK. Movie: Oasis: Live By The Sea. Production Co: Duration: 82 min.
British rock band Oasis perform a one-off gig at the Cliffs Pavilion in Southend, England in 1995. You May Also Like Movies Drama.
Live by the Sea is a live video recording by the English rock band Oasis, released on DVD and VH. Following Big Brother Recordings' purchase of the Oasis catalogue, the album was re-released in 2001 on DVD. The front cover displays the familiar Oasis logo with a blue background instead of a black one, the same logo used on the "Live Forever" single. All songs by Noel Gallagher, except "I Am the Walrus", by Lennon–McCartney.
Recorded live at the Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-On-Sea on 17 april 1995, and produced by Phil Barnes, this show includes fantastic performances of the main Oasis' successes: "Live Forever", "Some Might Say", "Cigarettes and Alcohol", "Supersonic", "Acquiesce" and "Rock'n Roll Star"