Gallagher gets 'eclectic' with new album
Los Angeles: From 'space jazz' to disco -- singer Noel Gallagher says his new album "Chasing Yesterday" offers an eclectic mix of entertainment.
The former Oasis star has been working on a sister project with electronic duo Amorphous Androgynous, and he says he has tried to incorporate their 'space jazz' style into his own new album, reports contactmusic.com.
Talking about his album, he told Q magazine: "Space Jazz? I've gone there. There's more than a couple of sax solos on the record on the record. I could play you two of those tracks with saxophones and you'd go, 'Wow, it's like a f***ing space jazz record!
"Then I could pick two other tracks that've got a disco feel, and you'd think it was that. But then there's rockers on there, and emotional songs that you would associate with me. It's very eclectic."