Brand new track: Oasis – My Big Mouth (Live at Knebworth Park ’97)


With today marking the 20th anniversary of the first of Oasis’s era-defining Knebworth gigs, Big Brother Recordings has released My Big Mouth (Live At Knebworth Park)

A track written for Oasis’s third album Be Here Now (originally released in 1997), My Big Mouth was premiered at the legendary 1996 shows, where the band played to a quarter of a million fans over two nights. Over 2.6 million people applied for tickets for the shows, making it the largest ever demand for concert tickets in British history.

Never been seen before aerial footage of the event has been edited with My Big Mouth and can be viewed here:

BBC Radio 6 Music has been looking back on the famous gigs with a series of live tracks all week. The celebration accumulates today at 4pm with a special Steve Lamacq show. You can listen live via DAB radio, or stream the show afterwards from this link.

The good news for Oasis fans doesn’t end there! Deluxe formats of Be Here Now Chasing The Sun Edition will be released on October 7th. The third release in the Oasis ‘Chasing The Sun: 1993-1997’ series, the album follows the successful re-releases of the legendary Manchester band’s first two albums, Definitely Maybe and (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, which were both part of the same series.

Re-mastered from the original tapes, Be Here Now Chasing The Sun Edition will be available on several formats, including Special Edition 3 x CD, Double Heavyweight Vinyl LP, Deluxe download, plus a limited edition Super Deluxe Box Set. These will feature bonus content of B-sides, rare and unreleased Oasis tracks from the Be Here Now era, plus a brand new Noel Gallagher mix of D’You Know What I Mean?. The new mix – titled NG’s 2016 Rethink – has been added to Radio X’s Daytime Playlist.