Stone Roses

Some articles on stone roses, stone, roses:

The Stone Roses Discography - Singles
... Flower 1987 "Sally Cinnamon" — — — — — — — — Sally Cinnamon EP 1988 "Elephant Stone" — — — — — — — — Turns Into Stone 1989 "Made of Stone" 90 ...
Seven Ages Of Rock - Episodes - Programme 7: What The World Is Waiting For
... The Smiths The Jesus and Mary Chain The Stone Roses Happy Mondays Inspiral Carpets Blur Oasis Suede Coldplay Stereophonics Travis The Verve The ... The Stone Roses, combined indie, house and a "west-coast" psychedelic feel, with rhythms at the forefront of the music and instrumentals crossing into the world of dance ... is also no mention of Indie bands from the 1980s other than the Smiths and the Stone Roses ...
The International Nightclub Manchester
... Evans owned the nightclub and was also the manager of The Stone Roses who also frequented the club ... music scene and being the base for The Stone Roses who were credited as producing the greatest British album of all time ... is featured in the first seconds of a Stone Roses promotional video for their Sally Cinnamon song ...
List Of NME Covers - 2012
18/01/12 Albums of 2012, featuring The Stone Roses, Biffy Clyro, Pete Doherty, The Killers and Lana Del Rey 25/01/12 Lana Del Rey 01/02/12 Noel Fielding 08/02/12 100 Great Albums You've Never Heard 15/02/12 Noel ...
Jive Records Discography - Artists - Catalog #'s 41500 - 41599
... Cale - Number 10 (41506) Stone Roses - Turns Into Roses (41507) Various Artists - Menace II Society (41509) Angela Bofill - I Wanna Love Somebody (41510) Marvin Sease - Housekeeper (41512 ... In A Major Way (41558) Big Sugar - 500 Pounds (41560) Stone Roses - Complete Stone Roses (41561) The Click - Game Related (41562) Whodini - Jove Collection Series Vol ...

Famous quotes containing the words roses and/or stone:

    You prefer a woman under the earth,
    you heap roses above a grave;
    a woman under the earth
    is safe,
    a woman dead
    is beloved.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    As Jerome expanded, its chances for the title, “the toughest little town in the West,” increased and when it was incorporated in 1899 the citizens were able to support the claim by pointing to the number of thick stone shutters on the fronts of all saloons, gambling halls, and other places of business for protection against gunfire.
    —Administration in the State of Ariz, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)