Beady Eye - Brixton Academy (Japan Benefit Concert) album
Title: Brixton Academy (Japan Benefit Concert)
Style: Brit Pop, Indie Rock
Date of release: 2011
Size MP3: 1184 mb
Size FLAC: 1627 mb
Format: AA MP4 MPC DTS XM MP1 DXD
On 3 April 2011, Beady Eye headlined a Japan Tsunami Disaster relief concert at the Brixton Academy. Liam Gallagher organised this multi star-studded event as a fundraiser for the devastating event that happened on 11 March 2011. The event raised over £150,000 for the British Red Cross working in the earthquake and tsunami hit country In March 2012, Liam stated that Beady . .
Beady Eye - who still have fond memories of their concert in Sendai as Oasis in 2002 - are delighted their idea for a benefit gig has come together so quickly and with such fantastic support. The concert follows Monday’s announcement that Universal Music was putting together a digital-only album featuring tracks from some of its leading artists, including Justin Bieber and U2, to raise money for victims of the Japanese disaster.
Beady Eye closed London’s Japan Disaster Benefit concert with The Beatles’ ‘Across the Universe’ last night (0. 4. Beady Eye Close Japan Disaster Benefit Concert. Beady Eye closed London’s Japan Disaster Benefit concert with The Beatles’ ‘Across the Universe’ last night (0.
View Japan Earthquake Benefit Concert info along with concert photos, videos, setlists, and more. Japan Earthquake Benefit Concert. Apr 03, 2011 Brixton Academy London, UK. Band Line-up. Beady Eye Paul Weller Richard Ashcroft Primal Scream The Coral Graham Coxon Kelly Jones.
Our hope is that this benefit concert can help the people of Japan. Ambitions to promote new material were put aside as all bands played crowd-pleasers and old favourites to the capacity 5,000 crowd. Paul Weller's set featured several Jam songs, with old favourites such as "Eton Rifles" mixed with the title track of his latest album, Wake Up The Nation. Several of the bands played Beatles covers as those songs still boast massive appeal in Japan.
A massive concert that was planned for April 14th at London’s Wembley Arena to benefit the relief efforts in Japan has been canceled. The show, which was intended to be a major spectacle that would be broadcast worldwide, was scrapped by Live Nation when the promoter could not book enough major acts to pull off a large-scale event. Though the Wembley concert has been dropped, a similar but much smaller benefit event was held last night at London’s Brixton Academy.
Beady Eye, Primal Scream and Paul Weller are among the acts set to play a London benefit show for the victims of the recent tsunami and earthquakes in Japan. The gig, which will take place on April 3 at the O2 Academy Brixton, will also feature sets from Graham Coxon, The Coral and Richard Ashcroft. All proceeds from the show will go to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal. Tickets will be limited to four per person. Tickets go on sale on Friday (March 25) at 9am (GMT). com for more information. To check the availability of Beady Eye tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NM. OM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
Find out when Beady Eye is next playing live near you. List of all Beady Eye tour dates and concerts. Wednesday 26 March 2014. Beady Eye. Yokohama Arena (横浜アリーナ), Yokohama, Japan Kohoku-ku Shinyokohama 3-10. See all past concerts (144). I think we all wondered, when Noel Gallagher left Oasis in typically acrimonious circumstances, what was going to be next for his kid brother; his move into fashion was obviously unexpected, up there with him being inducted as a Mensa member, but Liam Gallagher’s decision to continue with the remaining members of the band was probably not all that surprising, apart from.
|1||Four Letter Word|
|2||Beatles & Stones|
|5||Bring The Light|
|6||Standing On The Edge Of The Noise|
|7||Kill For A Dream|
|8||Man Of Misery|
|9||The Morning Son|
|10||Sons Of The Stage|
|11||Across The Universe|
- Filmed At – Brixton Academy
NotesNot factory DVD. All regions.
Track 10 - World of Twist cover
Track 11 - The Beatles cover