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By the time the Roses eventually collided with him, Hannett was in the midst of a downward spiral; he died not long after, at the age of Lovely, that. Early in the book, we also make all-too-brief acquaintance with an unfortunate lad named Si Wolstencroft, who played the drums with embryonic incarnations of both the Stone Roses and the Smiths before moving on to enjoying life as a Pete Best-like alternative-rock footnote. Ian Brown, the frontman of the Stone Roses, had no intention of becoming a singer until one night, at a party in Manchester, he floated into a chance encounter with Geno Washington, a soul singer who told Brown he had star quality and ought to make the most of it.
Spence delivers this story with such absence of drama you might mistake it for an aside.
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In a way, a good rock biography is like a good romance novel. This one does succeed as a cautionary tale: up-and-coming garage bands would be wise to study it and show it to their lawyers as a prophylactic measure to avoid being fleeced and exploited. The book fails, though, at distilling and catalyzing the romance of the Stone Roses during their one Wordsworthian, bliss-to-be-alive moment, which, in the end, is the only thing most people care about.
Brown and Wolstencroft arrived for the first day at college in September, after a summer spent rehearsing The Patrol, in newly acquired, Two Tone-influenced tonic suits. The movement was closely linked to the burgeoning mod-revival scene led initially by The Jam and featuring bands such as The Chords and The Purple Hearts.
"The Stone Roses: War and Peace" by Simon Spence
It was like, wait a minute, three weeks ago everybody was a punk! At South Trafford College, where Brown took politics and Squire continued to pursue art, they met Andy Couzens, a fellow first-year pupil and the fifth and final original member of The Stone Roses. Couzens played guitar with the Roses for three years from until He was originally asked to become the singer with The Patrol after Brown and Wolstencroft saw him have a fight in the college canteen. He had a spiky haircut, biker boots and a car, so Ian asked him if he could sing.
It seems ridiculous now. He had a pretty striking look.
Couzens lived in Woodford, a village five miles south of Stockport, and had chosen to study at South Trafford College in an attempt to break away from the hooligan scene. Timperley was almost ten miles from Woodford, a journey he made in an old MG Midget. For him, joining The Patrol was as much about forging new friendships as being a front man and he began hanging out after college with the gang on the bridge. It was a directional picture for The Patrol to go for.
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The Stone Roses: War and Peace
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All rights reserved. To one romantic view, the Roses were creative lions led by incompetent, venal donkeys. Spence, for his part, also acknowledges the part the musicians' personalities played in their plight. They didn't read the small print; factionalisation got in the way of an equal split. Their sense of the grand gesture frequently defied good sense.
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The band were keen to board the flight, then, halfway across the Atlantic, refused to sign. The deal never happened. Just as his portentous title clunks slightly, Spence's transparent fandom can let his good material down. As the feted ghostwriter of Andrew Loog Oldham's memoirs, 2Stoned , one of Spence's claims comes as a serious shock. Incredibly, given the competition, history would judge Evans as the most astonishing band manager of the lot.
Evans himself was on an extortionate Even though Spence never interviews him directly, he displays a strange fondness for the former club owner and bullion dealer, prone to peeling notes off a wad that was padded with newspaper. Perhaps Evans's biography is next. Topics Music books The Observer. Stone Roses Pop and rock reviews. Reuse this content.
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