Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - T in the Park 2012 review
'Noel goes about his business in a quiet but authoritative fashion'
Joe O'Brien - 08 July 2012
In almost ankle high mud, Noel Gallagher takes to the stage as, perhaps uncomfortably, an appetiser to
The Stone Roses.
But, without the usual Oasis banter and camaraderie, Noel goes about his business in a quiet but authoritative fashion.
B-side 'Rain' is a suitable starter in light of - or in spite of - the weather. And then, as a gung ho fan takes a header face first into the muck, Noel cracks away Oasis hit 'Mucky Fingers' right on cue.
New tracks 'Dream On' and 'If I had a Gun' warm the cockles before 'What a Life' is dedicated to Manchester City's last minute title triumph.
'Talk Tonight' brings us back to the Oasis days and 'Half the World Away' continues the sing song.
'Stranded on the Wrong Beach' goads us onto 'I'm Free'. And if there was any doubt Noel is the man then 'Little by Little' answers back. Indeed if there was a roof on T in the Park 2012, then 'Don't Look Back in Anger' would have blown it off.
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