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The band were previously called "The Bottlegarden" and featured all of the guys except for Eds.
The lads used to say they were previously in a band called "Vietnam" when interviewed by some mags...but this was complete bollocks!
Eds himself was in a number of bands in the past, including
There are a number of different reasons given for this by the band at various times. So here I'll list the ones I've heard:
In an interview with Ed for "In A Blue Vein" the band said "The Bluetones" was picked as it was "Just our thing, ambiguous, colour associated with music" and "all we were after was sort of a classic name".
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In another interview, this time with Nathalie for "Driftwood", Eds said, hought they were being a bit too pretentious.
Another idea came from Jamie (firstname.lastname@example.org):
From the Stone Roses web page: "On January 13th 1991, The Stone Roses book into Bluestone rehearsal studio in Pembrokeshire, South Wales" Bluestone re-arranged gives Bluetones. Or am I reading into this too deeply?! From listening to the Bluetones, there is a very strong Roses influence there....
Yet another comment came to me from Claire (email@example.com):
It's worth noting that the Stone Roses, a major influence, were on Silvertone Records. Also, Neil Young's backing band at one point were The Bluenotes. Neil Young was once in Buffalo Springfield - a band Mark cites as having a big effect on their music.