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  • Singer: The Romans
  • Album: Smoky Rose
  • MP3: 1289 mb | FLAC: 1407 mb
  • Released: 1971
  • Style: Garage Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 231
The Romans - Smoky Rose mp3 flac

The Flowers of Romance is the third studio album by English experimental rock band Public Image Ltd, released on 10 April 1981 by record label Virgin. The first studio album recorded following the departure of founding bassist Jah Wobble, The Flowers of Romance found PiL delving further into an experimental sound. Flowers was recorded mainly by singer John Lydon and guitarist Keith Levene, both of whom made heavy use of percussion and various tape and processing effects.

Morning wakeup call audio file from a member of your choice (1 file, digital). Honorary producer certificate (digital). Thank you video (digital). Autographed The Rose mini album. Morning wakeup call audio file SET (1 per member + 1 group, total of 5). The Rose photocard SET (1 per member + 1 group, total of 5).

Their lyrics were inspired by Bob Dylan, and the music was a mixture of classical music and US westcoast psychedelic rock, characterized by vocalist Annisette. The Savage Rose reorganized as a group in 1973, and recorded Wild Child, - but split up in January 1975. The group reformed as Savage Rose in 1977 now with Danish lyrics,.

Artist: English Rose Album: The White Album (Punk as Fuck) Label: Rampage Productions Year: 2007 Genre: RAC Country: . 02) Always outnumbered, never outgunned 03) For freedom we will fight 04) Our flags of war 05) I don't need ist - I don't want it 06) You make me smile 07) No good, dirty scum 08) I remember you all 09) You won't kill our spirit 10) Show some pride 11) Fuck 'em all.

White Musk Smoky Rose was launched in 2013. Top notes are bergamot, pink pepper and black currant; middle notes are tobacco blossom, black rose, orange blossom and immortelle; base notes are olibanum and white musk. White Musk Smoky Rose typically opens quite ashy to me, almost musty, like it's starting to turn. But then the ash thins out to smoke, and reveals a jammy rose. The fragrance ultimately settles into a smoky rose, with a musky touch, as the name implies. The opening is almost a deal-breaker for me, for while I love smoky scents, it is starts out more ashtray than smoke. Thankfully though, it doesn't last long and the remaining incensey rose is lovely.

The Name of the Rose is the second studio album released by the melodic hard rock band Ten. The album was released only four months apart from the band's first album X, since the songs were already written and recorded. All songs written by Gary Hughes except where noted. The Name of the Rose" – 8:31. Wildest Dreams" – 5:33. Pharaoh's Prelude: Ascension to the Afterlife" – 3:54. Wait For You" – 5:31. The Rainbow" – 6:03 (Gary Hughes/Zoe Hughes).

Smoky Rose Restaurant combines the best aspects of a smokehouse with the refinement of a chef-driven kitchen to create an inspired menu. The rustically refined menu is paired with thoughtfully selected wines and local beers. Smoky Rose is open: Monday – Wednesday: 11am – 9pm. Thursday – Saturday: 11am – 11pm.

Monroe is enamored with tradition, pushing fiddles to the foreground and sometimes succumbing to the smoky sway of a slow dance at a dancehall, but she's not a retro-singer, she's a modern girl hauling old ways into the present. This blend of contemporary attitudes and classic sounds is insinuating and addictive, particularly because at nine songs, it's too brief - once it's through, the album practically begs you to start all over again.


A Smoky Rose [Mono] 3:08
B Smoky Rose [Stereo]


This is (most of) the Roemans who were previously Tommy Roe's backing band. Elbert Higgins is better known as Bertie Higgins. Here's an extract from an interview with band member Bo (Robert) Glover:

"The only thing Bertie [Higgins] and I did together after the Roemans was a thing called Smokey Rose that we co-wrote. I was on my way home from a club and I passed a sump pump in the street. It was pumping water from a ditch and it was making a really cool rhythm sound...like dup da dump da da doomp ch dup da dump da da doomp ch. Well, I turned around and got out my recorder and taped it, and we used it on stage the next time we played. I wrote the song right on the spot."


Band listed as The Romans on label.