Sally Cinnamon

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"Sally Cinnamon"
Single by The Stone Roses
Released May 1987
1989 (reissue)
1992 (2nd reissue)
Format CD, cassette, vinyl record 7" and 12"
Recorded 1987
Genre Madchester
Label FM Revolver
The Stone Roses singles chronology
"So Young"
(1985)
"Sally Cinnamon"
(1987)
"Elephant Stone"
(1988)
Sally Cinnamon
EP by The Stone Roses
Released 2005
Recorded 1987
Genre Madchester
Length 12:46
Label FM Revolver

"Sally Cinnamon" is a single released by the band the Stone Roses in 1987.

The song is the second single to be released by The Stone Roses, and was released before Mani joined the band.-The lyrics were written entirely by Ian Brown, who wrote the majority of the lyrics on the early Roses tracks.

The single entered the UK Indie Chart in June 1987, spending thirty-nine weeks in the chart in total, peaking at number three.[1] When re-released in 1989 it entered the UK Singles Chart where it spent seven weeks, peaking at number 46.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Brown/Squire and Andy Couzens.

Original 1987 release[edit]

12 inch single

  1. "Sally Cinnamon" - 3:27
  2. "Here It Comes" – 2:41
  3. "All Across the Sands" – 2:45

1989 and 1992 re-issues[edit]

7 inch single

  1. "Sally Cinnamon" - 2:53
  2. "Here It Comes" – 2:41

12 inch single

  1. "Sally Cinnamon" - 3:27
  2. "Here It Comes" – 2:41
  3. "All Across the Sands" – 2:45

CD single and Cassette single (1992 CD re-release in slimline case)

  1. "Sally Cinnamon" (Single Mix) - 2:53
  2. "Sally Cinnamon" (12" Single Mix) - 3:27
  3. "Here It Comes" – 2:41
  4. "All Across the Sands" – 2:45

2005 EP issue[edit]

Due to chart regulations, this release was not eligible to chart as a single in 2005

Disc 1: (CD)

  1. "Sally Cinnamon (Single Mix)" – 2:53
  2. "Here It Comes" – 2:41
  3. "All Across the Sands" – 2:45
  4. "Sally Cinnamon" (12" Single Mix) - 3:27

Disc 2: (DVD)

  1. "Sally Cinnamon" (Video)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lazell, Barry (1997) Indie Hits 1980-1989, Cherry Red Books, ISBN 0-9517206-9-4
  2. ^ "The Stone Roses - Sally Cinnamon". Chart Stats. 30 December 1989. Retrieved 2012-01-07. 

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