The 53-year-old rocker may need been at loggerheads together with his former Oasis bandmate since they break up in 2009, however he hasn’t received a nasty factor to say about his 48-year-old brother’s work on ‘Songbird’ from their 2002 album ‘Heathen Chemistry’, which he hailed as “excellent”.
Heaping reward on the tune – which Liam wrote as a tribute to his then-fiancée Nicole Appleton – Noel stated: “I believed ‘Songbird’ by Liam was nice. We did a demo of it and it was extra like ‘Love Me Do’ by The Beatles, It is received a mouth organ on it and it appears like The Beatles.
“Then we took all of the devices off it and it grew to become this acoustic factor that I believe is ideal.”
Liam went solo in 2017 and his older brother cannot fathom why he would not play the music at his gigs.
Talking on Matt Morgan’s Podcast, he added: “The ironic factor about that music is that he would not even f****** play it now, work that one out.
“He is solely received one tune and that is it, and he is not enjoying the f****** tune.”
Noel had beforehand praised the observe for its simplicity.
He stated: “‘Songbird’ blew my head off once I first heard it as a result of it was that f****** easy and that direct. However when Liam performs you a music he desires you to immediately f****** drop lifeless on the spot after which, once you come round, stab your self within the coronary heart and be in awe of the f****** sonic capability of the person.”
Liam penned only a few tracks throughout his time within the legendary Britpop group.
The primary he penned for the ‘Some May Say’ hitmakers was ‘Little James’ from their 2000 LP ‘Standing on the Shoulder of Giants’.
Regardless of it solely being carried out as soon as reside on OPB Radio station in Portland, America, that very same yr, Liam claimed in 2018 that he’d favored to launch a follow-up referred to as ‘Large James’.
The tune was written for his former stepson James Kerr – whose mom is Liam’s ex-wife Patsy Kensit, while his father is Easy Minds singer Jim Kerr – and the ‘Wall of Glass’ hitmaker quipped: “The primary music that I wrote was ‘Little James’, which was about my stepson on the time, he was referred to as James and he was little. I would do a reprise, a brand new model referred to as ‘Large James.'”