Thor’s Cave -The Manifold Valley: Staffordshire Moorlands in The south of the northern English Peak District
Samuel Christian Killeen ‘avin a ‘ciggy’ outside Thor’s Cave overlooking the river Manifold Valley, Staffordshire Moorlands in the largest English National Park: The Peak District
Thor’s Cave – The Manifold Valley: Staffordshire Moorland in the southern part of England’s largest National Park: The Peak District.
And, very, v. near the most northeastern of Staffordshire market towns: Leek. This ancient pre-historic and neolithic caveman’s dwelling place with panoramic views over the river Manifold valley bellow it [as seen in my modest photos on W.W.W.RebeLJuke.ORG.UK blog post – just click the link, this link: [ un-lucky-man ] was chosen for the location of the album cover art of The Verve’s earlier, lesser well known, work: ‘Storm in Heaven.’ Released in the very early 1990’s, pre-Brit-Pop era…
The Verve’s very, v. early 1990’s ‘Storm In Heaven’ Thors Cave Album Cover Art
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Thor’s Cave – The Manifold Valley: Staffordshire Moorland in the southern part of England’s largest National Park: The…
Posted by Rebel Juke – Freedom of Information on Tuesday, 26 January 2016
And, before The Verve’s ‘Rise to Stardom’ in the mid 1990’s with their acclaimed and absolutely superb Brit-Pop northern English city of Manchester Anthem singing and indie sound as one of the all time best English bands of the 1990’s.
The album that defined that era: the mid-1990’s was: ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony.’ The defining album of the mid 1990’s: This was Richard Ashcroft’s and his band: The Verve’s 3rd. or 4th. attempt to get the infamous recognition both for himself, as a tortured Englishmen artist and poetical song-writing genius, and his band that they so richly deserved.
Which he and his band, The Verve, always had so, so richly deserved!!!!
Right from their very, v. early undiscovered work in the early 1990’s. With their amazingly talented tortured very, v. creative front “(un-) Lucky Man.” As is evident in his later solo work. Which is pretty, damn bad, woeful shite! With such songs that are very painfully entitled ‘Valium Skies.’ With such terrible, terrible lines within them such as; and I quote:
‘How do you stop your love from crying
Even if you knew she was lying
How do you stop this world from loathing
Still no knocking with all these cards I’m holding
She got all I need
The air I breath
When it comes to my Valium skies ..’
And also that song’s title is a Richard Ashcroft cross-reference too the earlier and much more well known song off the ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ album – ‘Come On.’
‘I must be going insane
I called the doctor, so he can relieve my pain
He’s got a little pill for me
Just a little luxury
Help me through my day.’
Blah! blah! blah!
p style=”text-align: justify;”>U-Wot-Rich?! :O 😛 😉