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The Ascent of F6 is a play about the ways in which individual acts of human behaviour, motivated by the most intensely private obsessions, can be co-opted by political power for its own ends.
The mountaineer who is the protagonist of the play, Michael, is asked to take on the expedition by his antipathetic brother Sir James, a high-ranking civil servant in the Colonial Office, and at first he refuses angrily; but belatedly, and full of self-hatred at his weakness, he succumbs to the invitation at the urging of their mother.
The expedition is a catastrophe. The play grows more and more phantasmagoric as it progresses, and shortly before Michael struggles his way alone to the summit where, dying, he has a vision of his mother he somehow manages to kill his brother James.
What have you done? But no sooner has this private, violent act of psychological self-assertion been accomplished than all the forces of the establishment swing into operation, claiming Sir James back for the realm of politics and matters of state, memorialising him in the public voices of formulaic obituary:.
The whole of England is plunged into mourning for one of her greatest sons … At this hour, the thoughts of the whole nation go out to a very brave and very lonely woman in a little South country village … He was a brave man and courage is the greatest quality a man can have.
The words are the same, but the feeling could not be further from the personal pathos of the poem in Four Weddings : here, the atmosphere is surreal, full of disgusted political disillusion, and all the professions of emotion are corrupted by an entanglement with serious power.
The last three stanzas in the F6 text refer to characters in the play killed during the disastrous attempt on the mountain:. Hold up your umbrellas to keep off the rain From Doctor Williams while he opens a vein; Life, he pronounces, it is finally extinct.
Sergeant, arrest that man who said he winked! Shawcross will say a few words sad and kind To the weeping crowds about the Master-Mind, While Lamp with a powerful microscope Searches their faces for a sign of hope.
And Gunn, of course, will drive the motor-hearse: None could drive it better, most would drive it worse. Anonymous photographer: This material is in the Public Domain.
The Ascent of F6 was performed by the Group Theatre , an experimental company with which Auden had been involved since when they had put on his left-wing play The Dance of Death.
The music for the show was provided by the year-old English composer Benjamin Britten , and his setting of the lines sung after the death of Sir James was a particular success.
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Pamphlet advertising the Group Theatre, the company who performed the plays by Auden and Isherwood. It was released on 20 November by Big Brother Recordings.
The "retrospective collection" is an track double album with the featured songs chosen by Noel Gallagher. The album came about due to the end of Oasis' recording contract with Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Noel Gallagher has gone on record before on numerous occasions saying that the band wouldn't release a greatest hits album unless they were about to split up.
Gallagher then explained that he insisted that it had to be a 'best-of' because he felt a compilation of the best singles, album tracks and B-sides would produce a stronger album than a compilation of singles.
To address some fans' concerns that the release of a greatest hits album was a sign that the band were about to finish, based on some of Noel Gallagher's previous comments, the press release for the album confirmed that they are merely taking "a well earned sabbatical prior to starting work on new material, destined for similar levels of success in the future.
As such, this is not a full stop, but merely a time out; a dream set list, and a chance for the world to review the immense contribution that Oasis have made and continue to make to rock 'n' roll.
Gallagher stated in an episode of MTV's Gonzo that the album would be more for future generations, as Gallagher himself became interested in artists such as The Beatles through compilation albums.
To celebrate the release of the album, the band unveiled their first full-length film — Lord Don't Slow Me Down , shot during the Don't Believe the Truth world tour, from May to March , the film was shown in November around the world in selected picture houses, theatres and cinemas to winners of fans competitions and the press.
It was also broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK. The cover was designed by Sir Peter Blake , best known for his design of the sleeve for The Beatles ' album Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band , but also well recognised within the genre for his work on the cover of Paul Weller's Stanley Road album.
According to Blake, he chose all of the objects in the picture at random, but the sleeves of Sgt. Pepper's and Definitely Maybe were in the back of his mind.
He claims, "It's using the mystery of Definitely Maybe and running away with it. Blake also revealed that the final cover wasn't the original one.
That design featured an image of the shop 'Granny Takes a Trip' on the Kings Road in Chelsea, London. Stop the Clocks received generally positive reviews from music critics upon its release.
The album debuted at number two in the UK charts selling over 50, copies in its first day of release and , in its first week of release, surprisingly not selling enough to knock The Love Album , by Irish boy band Westlife off the top spot.
By the end of the year Stop the Clocks had sold , copies in the UK making it the 7th biggest selling album of the year.
It also debuted at number 89 on the US Billboard , starting with 18, units sold. Stop the Clocks focuses heavily on the band's first two albums, Definitely Maybe and What's the Story Morning Glory?
Only two tracks appear from Don't Believe the Truth , and one track each from Standing on the Shoulder of Giants and Heathen Chemistry. The album does not feature any material from Be Here Now.
When the release of Stop the Clocks was first announced in July , speculation was rife that the unreleased song of the same name would be included on the record as a bonus track.
It would later be released on Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds ' debut album. Gallagher also confirmed that the title was chosen to sum up what was described in the initial press release as being "merely a time out; a chance for the world to review the immense contribution that Oasis have made and continue to make to rock 'n' roll.
Gallagher revealed to Billboard that he was approached about including some new songs on the album as well, but that he opted not to "because it takes the focus away from what you're actually trying to say with a retrospective.
Gallagher told NME in September that he picked the tracks on the album, and there were about eight songs that "should be on there, but aren't".
He admitted that he had had arguments with people about the track listing but that "someone has to pick the track listing, and I've picked it and that's the end of it.
But that must mean we're pretty good, if people are arguing about what's not on it, it's brilliant! During an interview on Radio 1 in October , and later during a question and answer session with The Sun , Liam Gallagher , who got a songwriting credit with his " Songbird ", claimed that he was happy with the tracks Noel had selected for the album, although he said that he would have liked "Rockin' Chair" and " D'You Know What I Mean?
Noel, however, admitted that "D'You Know What I Mean? Songs that the band also wanted to be on the track listing were "Cast No Shadow", " Don't Go Away ", "Gas Panic!
Noel has also said he would have liked to have found a place for "Fade Away", " It's Good To Be Free", " Let There Be Love " and "Listen Up".
In the special boxed edition of Stop the Clocks , at the end of the 'Lock the Box' interview, when Liam was told "Whatever" was not included in the track listing, he exclaimed, "Thank fuck for that.
All tracks are written by Noel Gallagher , except " Songbird " written by Liam Gallagher. An edited version of the untitled eleventh track from What's the Story Morning Glory?
Along with the regular track album, a limited edition set with a bonus DVD was also released. The special edition includes a page booklet, the minute EPK entitled 'Lock the Box' and featuring Noel and Liam talking about the songs on the record , the full-length trailer for Oasis new rockumentary film Lord Don't Slow Me Down , "Champagne Supernova" featuring John Squire live at Knebworth in August , "Fade Away" live at the Chicago Metro , Chicago , Illinois in October , and a picture gallery.
It is encased in a gatefold digipak with a slipcase designed to preserve the set. With orders from HMV. The DVD featured two live songs, "Half the World Away Live at Glasgow Barrowlands , Glasgow , Scotland , " and "Morning Glory Live from V ".
At Best Buy stores, the regular two disc version of the album was packaged with the Stop the Clocks EP as a bonus disc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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