Ten Inspiring Songs To Keep That Vicious Coronovirus Out Of Your Safe Home…

25 march 2020

Music is the dope, turn up the volume…

1. ‘Play Safe’ by IGGY POP
Let’s play safe / I never knew how / How to play safe / You told me how

2. ‘Safety Dance by MEN WITHOUT HATS
We can dance, we can dance everything out control / We can dance doing it wall to wall

3. ‘If You Tolerate This Then You’re Children Will Be Next’ by the MANICS
If you tolerate this then your children will be next, will be next, will be next, will be next

4. ‘Back Home’ by GOLDEN EARRING
People wonder why I’m going back home / Just the place where I belong / Back home

5. ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ by THE VERVE
I never pray / But tonight I’m on my knees / I need some sounds that recognize the pain in me

6. ‘Home’ by EDWARD SHARPE AND THE MAGNETIC ZEROS
Home, let me come home / Home is wherever I’m with you

7. ‘Come Home’ by JAMES
This is a testing time when the choice is mine / Am I a fool for love or foolish with desire

8. ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ by LIVERPOOL FANS
When you walk through a storm / Hold your head up high / And don’t be afraid of the dark


9. ‘All For One’
by THE STONE ROSES
All for one, one for all / If we take a stand, we shall not fall

10. ‘Let There Be Love‘ by OASIS
Who stole the soul from the sun in a world come undone at the seams? / Let there be love

‘Ten Storey Love Song’ By THE STONES ROSES – Released 25 Years Ago Today…

Top singles from the past…

27 February 2020

Band: The Stone Roses
Single: Ten Storey Love Song – written by John Squire
B-sides: Ride On on 7″  and Ride On
and  Moses
(an instrumental) on CD
Released: 27 February 1995 – 25 years ago today
Album: Second Coming  
Score: The single reached #12 on the UK Singles Chart

Here’s the original clip…


THE STONES ROSES: Facebook

25 Years Ago THE STONE ROSES Released Their Second And Final Album ‘SECOND COMING’…

5 December 2019

Today 25 years ago, on 5 December 1994, Manchester’s legends THE STONE ROSES released their second and final album titled biblically’ SECOND COMING‘. It came more than 5 years after their sensational self-titled debut LP, their magnum opus, all killers no fillers. The delay was due to a lengthy legal dispute with their first record label Silverstone Records, the fact that they were too busy spending the big advance money they got from their new, major label Geffen Records, but most of all there was the immense pressure
on the band to make another masterpiece.

Despite top tracks such as ‘Driving South’, ‘Ten Storey Love Song’, ‘Love Spreads’, ‘Your Star
Will Shine’
and ‘Begging You’ the longplayer failed to meet the high musical expectations and the critics weren’t impressed. Yet the record peaked at #4 on the UK Chart and sold over 1 million copies worldwide.

Here are the three singles

– LOVE SPREADS –

– TEN STOREY LOVE SONG –

– BEGGING YOU –

Album in full…

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THE STONE ROSES


Back sleeve

HAPPY MONDAYS And THE STONE ROSES Performed Both On Same Edition Of TOP OF THE POPS 30 Years Ago…

30 November 2019

It was the Madchester era. It seemed like all great bands at the time came out of that buzzing city up north, called Manchester, the town of 24 Hour Party People.

Two of the biggest bands on the scene, THE STONE ROSES and HAPPY MONDAYS even performed on the same edition of the legendary BBC music programme Top Of The Pops. It happened on 30 November 1989, 30 years ago.

The Stone Roses played their greatest single success, the awesome trippy ‘Fool’s Gold’
and Happy Mondays, with surprising special guest, the late great Kirsty MacColl played ‘Hallelujah’ from their Madchester Rave On EP. Time to watch some cool moves…

– ‘Fool’s Gold‘ by THE STONE ROSES –

– ‘Hallelujah’ by HAPPY MONDAYS –

THE STONE ROSES Released Their Trippy ‘FOOLS GOLD’ Single 30 Years Ago Today…

Knockouts from the past

13 November 2019

Band: The Stone Roses
Song: Fools Gold  / Although It wasn’t perceived
that way by the public this was a double A-side single
with What The World Is Waiting For as the second track
Released: 13 November 1989, 30 years ago today via
their first, independent, label Silverstone Records
Note 1: There were 2 versions available of ‘Fools Gold‘.
A 4.15-minute one and an extended version of 9.53
Note 2: It was a stand-alone single, but appeared on
certain non-UK versions of their self-titled debut LP
Note 3:Fools Gold‘ stayed in the UK Singles Chart
for fourteen weeks, peaking at #8

The short version…

The extended one…

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