Compiled By – Bob Stanley. Made with empathy and support for all the other self-sufficient labels who lost their stock in the PIAS warehouse fire in August 2011. Support Independent Record Labels - Breaking Boundaries Before Breaking Even". A Finders Keepers Production. All tracks taken from Finders Keepers, Twisted Nerve, Bird Records, Battered ornaments and Cache-Cache releases.
N6/BD18, Used to sell eggs on Surrey Street market. Author of Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop. Currently writing two books for Faber & Faber.
Bob Stanley (born 25 December 1964 in Horsham, Sussex, England) is a British musician, journalist, author, and film producer. He is a member of the indie pop/dance group Saint Etienne and has had a parallel career as a music journalist, writing for NME, Melody Maker, Mojo, The Guardian and The Times, as well as writing two books on music and football. He also has a career as a DJ and as a producer of record labels, and has collaborated on a series of films about London.
Bob Stanley is a writer and a member of the pop group Saint Etienne. The 60s star – who didn’t just write her own songs but had her own TV show, made her own clothes and painted her own album art – could count Elvis and, later, Taylor Swift as fans. So why did she retire from public view in 1981? Published: 17 Oct 2018.
In response to the Finders Keepers/Twisted Nerve/Bird/Battered Ormnaments stock loss in the PIAS warehouse fires caused by rioting on August 8th a few of our close label mates have come together to compile some of their favourite moments from the Finders Keepers family discography.
Redirected from Bob Stanley (baseball player)). Robert William "Bob" Stanley (born November 10, 1954) is an American former professional baseball relief pitcher who played for the Boston Red Sox. He is currently the pitching coach for the Buffalo Bisons, Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. He is perhaps best known for his wild pitch that allowed the tying run to score in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.