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Rob W

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Oasis - Manchester
« on: June 09, 2009, 04:05:31 PM »
Incredible 2 nights of Oasis at Heaton Park, Manchester. Saturday and Sunday just gone. Ending off with 'I am the Walrus' topped off two fabulous gigs. Great music, crystal clear sound, and awesome crowd. Unfortunately I was out on the Thursday, so had to miss their opening night.

Oh, I didn't go. On Saturday night I was in he garden. On Sunday night I stayed in with the windows open. I only live a mile or so from Heaton Park so it was all for free :)

Bounce bounce boing boing.................

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Re: Oasis - Manchester
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2009, 08:21:17 PM »
Incredible 2 nights of Oasis at Heaton Park, Manchester. Saturday and Sunday just gone. Ending off with 'I am the Walrus' topped off two fabulous gigs. Great music, crystal clear sound, and awesome crowd. Unfortunately I was out on the Thursday, so had to miss their opening night.

Oh, I didn't go. On Saturday night I was in he garden. On Sunday night I stayed in with the windows open. I only live a mile or so from Heaton Park so it was all for free :)

Bounce bounce boing boing.................

Hi Rob, I seen these first time round..........they were called The Beatles back then.......are Oasis not a tribute band, filling a void in the late 90's early 2000's where youngsters at the time were amazed that a group could actually play their own instruments......................

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Re: Oasis - Manchester
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2009, 09:56:49 PM »
Incredible 2 nights of Oasis at Heaton Park, Manchester. Saturday and Sunday just gone. Ending off with 'I am the Walrus' topped off two fabulous gigs. Great music, crystal clear sound, and awesome crowd. Unfortunately I was out on the Thursday, so had to miss their opening night.

Oh, I didn't go. On Saturday night I was in he garden. On Sunday night I stayed in with the windows open. I only live a mile or so from Heaton Park so it was all for free :)

Bounce bounce boing boing.................

Hi Rob, I seen these first time round..........they were called The Beatles back then.......are Oasis not a tribute band, filling a void in the late 90's early 2000's where youngsters at the time were amazed that a group could actually play their own instruments......................

The Beatles? I thought they were called Freddie & the Dreamers. At best!