Unseen Oasis photos set for London exhibition

Plus win an exclusive Oasis print on NME.COM

This is the iconic cover for Oasis' 1994 debut album 'Definitely Maybe'. "By this point in time it had become clear to me that this record was going to book its place in music history," says its photographer Michael Spencer Jones. Pic: Michael Spencer Jones, courtesy www.snapgalleries.com
Oasis photographs from the 1990s previously unseen by the public are set to go on display at a new exhibition in London on Friday (September 11).

The exhibition features the work of photographer Michael Spencer Jones, who photographed the Gallaghers from the '90s and into this century, with his work including the cover for the band's debut album 'Definitely Maybe' (pictured). It will take place at the This Feeling club-night at the Parker McMillan venue.

Entitled 'Out Of The Blue', the exhibition will feature previously un-exhibited photos including shots from the Manchester band's 1993 photoshoot for the 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' single cover. See the new issue of NME, out now, for an exclusive look at one of the shots from the session.

Head to MySpace.com/thisfeelingclub for more information about the exhibition. See Spellboundpublications.com for more of Jones' work.

Meanwhile, Jones is giving one exclusive Oasis photo print away to one NME.COM reader. Head to NME.COM/win to enter the competition.

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