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The Beatles take London
The Beatles take London

ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

24th January 1986 The Wapping dispute begins with 6,000 newspaper workers going on strike after protracted negotiation with their employers, News International breaks down.

24th January 1958 Squeeze pianist & TV presenter Jools Holland was born in Blackheath, London.

24th January 1664 Born today: John Vanbrugh, London, dramatist/architect (baptized)

Oasis... in Berwick Street



Oasis... in Berwick Street

Oasis chose this street for What's the Story? Morning Glory.

Location: Berwick Street, Soho, W1

Description: The sibling rivalry that is the Gallagher brothers and that monumental band 'Oasis' chose the hip street right in the heart of London for their classic Britpop album 'What's the Story? Morning Glory'. Yep the one where the two chaps are walking towards each other and one of them looks like may top friend Pete.

Tagged in this Tour: Libertines, Oasis, Alcohol.

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Oasis... in Berwick Street

Oasis chose this street for What's the Story? Morning Glory.


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