Today we are going to talk about a very nice song, by Oasis - The Importance Of Being Idle.
Oasis, consisting of a vocalist, a guitarist, a bassist, and a drummer, was an English rock band, formed in Manchester in 1991.
The band was originally known as the Rain, but it changed its name later.
They sang rock and brit-pop music genres and were active between 1991 and 2009 when the group disbanded after the departure of one of the members- Noel Gallagher.
The Importance Of Being Idle is one of their biggest successes, a rock song with a very nice composition made out of vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, and drums.
The free The Importance Of Being Idle piano sheet music was released in August 2005 and it was released by the Big Brother records label.
The song was released as part of the band’s album named Don’t Believe the Truth and it was also released as a track, with a length of 3:39 minutes.
The Importance Of Being Idle was written, produced, and interpreted by Noel Gallagher and it was written in the summer of 2004.
The debut of the free The Importance Of Being Idle piano sheets was at number one on the UK Singles Chart, being the first time when Oasis earned two successive number ones in the same year.
The interesting and sad thing about The Importance Of Being Idle is that it was also the band’s last UK number one before their break-up.
The lyrics raised some questions among the public and critics.
It is believed that the lyrics are inspired by laziness and the line:
I begged my doctor for one more line
is considered to be a reference to Gallagher’s fight of how he gave up cocaine.
The music video made for The Importance Of Being Idle was directed by Dawn Shadforth and it was based on the movie Billy Liar.