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article imageReview: Liam Gallagher terrific at Rough Trade NYC in Brooklyn Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 5, 2017 in Music
Brooklyn - Liam Gallagher, the former lead singer of the rock band Oasis, performed at Rough Trade NYC in Brooklyn as a solo artist.
Gallagher kicked off his set with "Fuckin' in the Bushes" and was able to cheer fans with the mid-tempo and infectious "Rock 'n' Roll Star," where the crowd was singing along with him. It was met with a raucous response, where the fans were chanting "Liam!"
It was followed by a rocking rendition of "Morning Glory," and it was refreshing to hear the inclusion of his new single, the harmonica-driven "Wall of Glass," which was released on Warner Bros. Records.
Gallagher shared that he was going to perform the song "Eh La" for the first time ever, and he nailed it. "Eh La," comprised of strong melodies, ought to be enjoyed for its beauty and simplicity.
Other noteworthy solo songs included the electrifying "Greedy Soul," as well as "Bold" and "Chinatown," which are on his As You Were solo album that will be out in October.
A rock neat anthem was the upbeat "Be Here Now," where Gallagher played the maracas, as purple lights dimmed from the stage. After a sip of water, he closed on a liberating note with his Oasis signature song "Wonderwall." "Look out for yourselves," he told his fans, as he concluded his set.
The Verdict
Overall, Liam Gallagher rocked Rough Trade NYC in Brooklyn. His vocals were rich and rumbling, and he commanded the Brooklyn stage well. He excelled on his new material and the Oasis classics. His live set garnered an A rating.
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