Well then, I hope he very nearly does.
'I Wanna Be Adored'
'Made Of Stone'
'(Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister'
'Where Angels Play'
'Shoot You Down'
'She Bangs The Drums'
Reportedly a great show with Ian in fine voice. Would love to believe all that.
Nope, but I wouldn't be surprised if they did the same thing Pulp did last year/this year.
Paul, I work for the local phone company; we get all our vacation at once at the start of the year, and I have already either taken or scheduled all my time for this year.
I am also hoping for Coachella. (duh!) I imagine if GV got the Stone Roses that they would be at the top of my must-see list.
Bye Bye Badman is probably my fave but am not expecting it. I Am The Resurrection otoh... not doing that one is an egregious oversight. They really should play it after all this time. I do like the idea of She Bangs the Drums into Love Spreads though.
Darkside| Spiritualized| Spiritualized| Pixies| Lord Huron| This Will Destroy You| Tool| Kraftwerk| The National| Neil Young| Coachella| Mogwai| Black Sabbath| Failure/Puscifer/A Perfect Circle| Failure/Puscifer/A Perfect Circle| Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
BBC says world tour on the way.
"But opinion was mixed over the quality of singer Ian Brown's voice. 'He can't sing but he never could,' said Tom Six, 35, from Liverpool"
Just listened to those above, and it's too hard to tell. But god I am excited to possibly see them live. I'll have to leave my stone roses cd with my kids to get them geared up in case of Coachella.
Where angels play, indeed. I like the setlist with the expected and the unexpected. Mersey Paradise is such a fun, summery song and bet the crowd was bouncing away (that audience looked killer btw).
Not that I don't like that song, but John had to get the heavy riffage in at the end. Feed the fingers, heh.