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"Garage Flower" is a collection of recordings The Stone Roses made in 1985 with producer Martin Hannett. The group's original intention was to release an album with the material, but they were unhappy with the resulting songs and Hannett's production and shelved the sessions (a handful of songs were rearranged when drummer Reni joined the group, and rerecorded in different form on the group's 1989 self-titled debut album.) The 1985 recordings also included the songs "So Young" and "Tell Me", which formed the Stone Roses' debut single, released that year. In 1996, the record label Silvertone — who were reviled by the band — created a sublabel, Garage Flower Records, and released these Martin Hannett session recordings against the band's wishes.

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GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(LP) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1 UK 1996 このバージョンを出品
7243 8 42749 2 4 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD) Virgin, Garage Flower Records 7243 8 42749 2 4 Netherlands 1996 このバージョンを出品
GARAGECD1, GarageCD1 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records GARAGECD1, GarageCD1 Australia 1996 このバージョンを出品
D31731 (GARAGE CD1) The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD, Album) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records D31731 (GARAGE CD1) Australia 1996 このバージョンを出品
(7) 059100 - 2 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD, DAD) Garage Flower Records (7) 059100 - 2 UK & Europe 1996 このバージョンを出品
(7) 059100 - 2, GARAGE 1 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD, DAD) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records (7) 059100 - 2, GARAGE 1 UK & Europe 1996 このバージョンを出品
CTCZ-30001 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD, Enh) Cutting Edge CTCZ-30001 Japan 1996 このバージョンを出品
GARAGE CD 1, 059100 2, (9) 059100 3 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD, Nim) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records GARAGE CD 1, 059100 2, (9) 059100 3 UK 1996 このバージョンを出品
GARAGE C 1, 059100 4 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(Cass) Garage Flower Records, Garage Flower Records GARAGE C 1, 059100 4 UK 1996 このバージョンを出品
7381-4, LC 7381-4 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(Cass, Album) Rock Records, Garage Flower Records, Rock Records 7381-4, LC 7381-4 Thailand 1996 このバージョンを出品
ZJCI 13005 The Stone Roses Garage Flower(CD) Zomba Records ZJCI 13005 Japan 2001 このバージョンを出品
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jrsmusic

jrsmusic

2019年3月11日
参照 Garage Flower, LP, GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1
Being an O.G. Stone Roses fan, I purchased this upon release in the 90's. These recordings are important, because they forced changes and delivered the magic.
Recall the early UK interviews with Ian and John...? High as kites and knew they had the world by the balls.
In 1989, they confidently turned The Rolling Stones down as openers for Steal Wheels.
For me, instant respect, just add water, and smoke.
peelsesh13

peelsesh13

2017年2月16日
編集 about 1 year ago
参照 Garage Flower, LP, GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1
Agreed. It's Reni playing drums on these recordings. Pete Garner is the bass player replaced by Mani who joined from Elephant Stone onwards.
JM_Magick

JM_Magick

2014年12月27日
参照 Garage Flower, LP, GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1
I'm pretty sure these recordings were done with Reni, contrary to what is described in the text at the top of the page. That is certainly the chronology given in the book "The Stone Roses: War And Peace" anyway...
Robotrock04

Robotrock04

2013年2月1日
参照 Garage Flower, LP, GARAGE LP 1, 059100 1
I'm a massive fan of The Stone Roses, but the band didn't want these Martin Hannett recordings (that were the results of their earliest studio sessions) and for me its easy to see why. Most of the songs have a dated post-punk feel, I actually think this underlines how impressive John Leckie's production work on their debut album was. It's interesting to hear early versions of songs like I Wanna Be Adored, This Is The One and the like although they still sound considerably weaker than the versions found on their debut album. I'd only recommend this to avid fans of the group who've heard everything else and still want to hear more. My advice to anyone else though is steer clear, as this is far below the standard of their two proper albums. There's really nothing here that compares to Fools Gold, Waterfall, Shoot You Down etc.