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Michael Spencer Jones On Being A Fly-On-The-Wall As Oasis Took On The World...

One of the biggest and most influential rock and roll bands ever fostered on British soil, Oasis “were grafters who came from nothing and wanted it all”. Emerging from Britpop, the band’s debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ released by Creation Records in 1994 was a definitive statement depicting working-class values and anti-establishment as much as encompassing a fierce determination not only to succeed, but to triumph.

The only music photographer who was allowed full access throughout the imperial phase of Oasis’ career was Michael Spencer Jones who followed the iconic band from 1993, he was with them at Knebworth in 1996, and accompanied them on tours up until 1998.

From studio recording sessions, to all the backstage action in the dressing rooms and front row areas, he gained unique, intimate insight into all aspects of the band’s life.

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