Taylor Parkes reviews The Stone Roses, 9th December 1995

March 26, 2010

Taylor Parkes reviews The Stone Roses 9th December 1995

Taylor Parkes reviews The Stone Roses, 9th December 1995. Photo Mark Benney.

“…and the collected non-old people of Bridlington and its surrounding villages go bananas (raisins, coconuts, sultanas)”

It’s terrible but it made me smile; and the glaring indignity of the fact that Brown has managed to carve out some sort of post-Roses career while Squire has retreated to his painting is underlined by the subsequent review.


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7 Responses to “Taylor Parkes reviews The Stone Roses, 9th December 1995”

  1. Citizen Sane Says:

    Brilliant, I remember this. Classic Taylor Parkes piece. You’d never read a review like this anywhere now.

  2. matt Says:

    I find reviews like this very boring……zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. But great to see the Roses. Please keep up the Madchester stuff!!!! Please…

  3. Pete Says:

    Interestingly enough, I find the Stone Roses very boring, but it’s great to see reviews like this. Hopefully you’ll publish more.

  4. kely Says:

    they played a few gigs in Japan too during their time
    http://www.japansugoi.com/wordpress/stone-roses-in-japan-1989-and-1995/

  5. Pete Says:

    Spot on review. I was a big fan of The Stone Roses in the late 80’s but they were absolutely dreadful without Reni on the 1995 tour; I saw them at Brixton in Dec and Ian Brown’s singing was unbearably out of tune and he looked like he was as miserable as we were.

  6. Matt Says:

    Stone Roses all-nighter at Brixton was monumental!

  7. Charles Says:

    Yeah? What happened Matt? C’mon…spill


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