- The Washington Times - Thursday, August 3, 2006

The Redskin Park media room has been outfitted with wireless capabilities this season, a huge plus for trying to do some quick research and whatnot.

The biggest plus: You Tube.

Over the past two hours, while writing a feature and notebook story for Friday’s Times, I’ve been listening to Oasis’ sensational Unplugged concert from 1996. Noel Gallagher subbed for his wacky brother, Liam, who claimed to have a sore throat. And Noel — who wrote most of the songs — was sensational.

The highlights: “Listen Up”, “Hello”, “Talk Tonight”, “What’s The Story Morning Glory,” and, of course, “Wonderwall.” Makes the hours go a little quicker and drowns out the pointless conversation going on in the room (mostly by TV types).

For those interested, just type “Oasis Unplugged” into the You Tube search engine.

The next practice is tonight at 7.

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