5 Things That Show Gallagher Brothers Praise The Beatles So Much

Noel Gallagher became Oasis (one of the biggest band in 90s, formed in Manchester) sole songwriter and leader. Oasis crafted a musical approach that relied on simplicity. They committed to an earnest pursuit of commercial success, although the band's lineup has changed many times over the years.

Oasis also consisted of Noel's younger brother, Liam Gallagher as the lead singer. The Gallagher brothers were featured regularly in tabloid newspapers and online articles for their sibling disputes.

In a 1996 MTV interview, Noel made a claim, saying that Oasis albums ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory’ meant that they were bigger than The Beatles. 

Formed in Liverpool in 1960, The Beatles are a bunch of developed musicians. They were experimented with several musical styles, ranging from rock and roll, pop ballads, Indian music, psychedelia, blues, and hard rock. Often incorporating classical elements and unconventional recording techniques. Musically, four members of the Beatles were able to fill each other weakness with each other talent.

Some people say that many Oasis songs actually have references to the Beatles. But, Noel and Liam fashion style and some music videos of Oasis songs show more about it.

The Beatles Glasses

Noel and Liam Glasses

The Beatles Hats

Liam Gallagher Hats

The Beatles Pose

The album cover of A Hard Day's Night. The Beatles third album, released on 10th July 1964.
Noel and Liam Pose

Two pictures captured from the music video of Oasis song, "Wonderwall" (1995).

Music Videos

The Beatles: A Day In The Life (1967)

Oasis: Whatever (1994)

The Beatles: Fool On The Hill (scene from the Beatles film, Magical Mystery Tour, 1967)

Oasis: Songbird, 2003

The Beatles: I Need You (scene from the Beatles film, Help!, 1965)

The Beatles: The Night Before (scene from the Beatles film, Help!, 1965)

Oasis: D' You Know What I Mean? (1997)

Cover Versions

During live performances, Liam and Noel also did cover versions of the Beatles songs.
Watch some of the cover versions here:

My Sweet Lord (George Harrison's song from his solo career)