What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Oasis. Released October 2, 1995. What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Tracklist. Oasis’s second album, and the one that catapulted them to worldwide fame. Lead songwriter Noel Gallagher placed heavy emphasis on rock ballads and stadia-filling choruses, and admitted a heavy influence from The Beatles. What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Q&A.
Morning Glory is a compilation album by Tim Buckley. The album is a compilation of the Buckley's 1968 John Peel session (see Peel Sessions) and two further tracks ("Honeyman" and Fred Neil's "Dolphins") taken from the May 21, 1974 performance for, BBC TV music series, The Old Grey Whistle Test. Morning Glory should not be confused with 2001 release Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology.
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What's the Story) Morning Glory? (Redirected from Morning Glory (singles box)). What's the Story) Morning Glory? is the second studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 2 October 1995 by Creation Records. It was produced by Owen Morris and the group's guitarist Noel Gallagher. The structure and arrangement style of the album were a significant departure from the group's previous record Definitely Maybe (1994).
Morning Glory is a visceral rock n' roll album whose finest bits are plundered wholesale from history and smashed together for maximum effect. Due to a mastering technique known as brickwalling, it’s an incredibly loud record that presents every instrument way up front and hits like a cricket bat between the eyes. Some Might Say : The leadoff Morning Glory single gave Oasis its first No. 1 hit in the . and marked the end for drummer Tony McCarroll, who was sacked after the recording and replaced by Alan White.