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Oasis at Glastonbury, 1994

Much change was afoot in mid-1990s Great Britain. The political winds shifted from Thatcher to Blair, and Brit Pop became the soundtrack to a reinvigorated sense of identity. On the heels of their debut album, Oasis's performance at Glastonbury affixed the band as the new music centerpoint for a movement and helped kickstart a new generation of U.K. talent.

 

Online Video

Oasis, "Live Forever," Glastonbury, 1994.

Oasis, "Fade Away," Glastonbury, 1994.

Liza Kumjian-Smith interviews Oasis' Noel Gallagher, Glastonbury Festival, 1994. They had just finished their first festival set.

Johnny Cash, Glastonbury, 1994.

Blur, "Girls and Boys," Glastonbury, 1994.

Archival Collections

New to Archives? Check out:

  • Audio
    Live performances by Oasis (1990s) and radio shows featuring their music (2000s).
  • Audio
    Recordings from the 1985 and 1994 Glastonbury Festivals.
  • Video
    Vh1 Behind the Music: Oasis.
  • Darren Grealish Posters
    Oasis, 2008.
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