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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Day 1596 - Guam back to Canning

On Day 1582 of FTM (January 12th) I posted a comment that had been left by 'Not Astra's Derrière'. I declared that the style of writing was identical to Astra's, and that therefore, 'Not Bot' was indeed Astra. A few hours later, 'Not Bot' posted the following in reply:

I am not Astra
I never was

A good parody in hand is worth two in the bush
A good parody in the bush, is worth at least two sharp raps on the derriere
A good two sharp raps on the derriere, now I’d say we’re all really starting to get somewhere

But as I’ve already bid you all goodbye... 

We All Lose

I responded by saying that we must have been duped, to which 'Not Bot' replied:

I am not in the business of duping. You can always look to me for the permanence of smoke and stars.

Still mainline in sway, sideline in louche

I'm just the shadow of the sweetest, darkest shadow

This left me none the wiser but, for now at least, I am still presuming that 'Not Bot' is indeed a Morrissey pessoa. If I am right, then it shows that Morrissey wasn't sat rocking in a darkened room at the news of David Bowie's death, and this has been further endorsed by both the release of a TTY statement listing new shows in April, and a photo of Moz out and about in Beverly Hills. It does make me wonder if Morrissey did his mourning for the death of David Bowie in 1995.


Despite 'Not Bot' stating that she had, "already bid you all goodbye", she returned to The Loveless yesterday at 3.26am (7.26pm Sunday in LA) for the first time since January 8th, to tweet, "Like origami, I unfold." We look forward to the unfolding.

The TTY statement has indicated that Morrissey will play countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Taiwan and Guam... where the bloody hell is Guam? *Googles it* It's an island in the middle of nowhere. I bet Bowie never played Guam!

Morrissey's last concert in Singapore was in May 2012 at Fort Canning. The concert was all lined up to be the first one where Morrissey would accept a blue rose, from BRS member, Manc Lad. Manc Lad had gone half way across the world to carry out his mission, but unfortunately he got pissed at the concert, and the inevitable happened. As reported on Day 238 of FTM, Manc Lad tweeted after the concert in Fort Canning to say, "I think rose trampled to death in pit, oh my me bad. So sorry his face at the end when only passed a piece of paper, obvious he was waiting, damn I'm so stupid."

The look on Morrissey's face that Manc Lad was referring to, can be seen on the video below at 3 mins 45, where Moz shrugs his shoulders and rolls his eyes, and again at 4 mins 13 where Morrissey again shrugs his shoulders at Manc Lad. I wonder if Manc Lad will attempt his quest again this time around.



All else remains quiet in The Loveless, with very few BRS members currently popping in. It would seem that Kerry the Cocktail and MerryAnne are spending all of their time in the toilets with Mundane Glamour, who they are still utterly convinced is Morrissey. My latest thought is that Mundane Glamour could be Kevin Banjaxer Walter Ego Mar(r)inan, after all, we haven't heard from him for ages. Two years ago he was supposedly going to be part of MorrisseysWorld.Com, but that never came to fruition. Perhaps the BRS tumblr site was set up instead.


The only other thing to mention, is that as part of the TTY statement about the new tour, a Sam Esty Rayner photomontage was included, with the actors from Maverick/members of the Morrissey band labelled as, The Dirty Half Dozen. Coincidentally, HeatherCat had mentioned the Dirty Dozen on FTM a few weeks ago.
The Dirty Half Dozen Photomontage By Sam Esty Rayner
THE DIRTY HALF DOZEN

THE LOVELESS CHART (Not broadcast)

1. THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT/PANIC (LIVE ON EUROTUBE 1986) - THE SMITHS (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdPlNnId-mQ

2. ADORE (LIVE ON JIMMY KIMMEL 2016) - SAVAGES (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLU0erPuQN0

3. JACK THE RIPPER (LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 2016) - MORRISSEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkO-FomlspE&feature=youtu.be

4. LAST NIGHT I DREAMT THAT SOMEBODY LOVED ME (LIVE IN SINGAPORE 2012) - MORRISSEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwJjeUMvbww&feature=youtu.be


5. BLACK STAR - ELVIS PRESLEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5i5r9exSSvY&feature=youtu.be

6. GANGLORD (LIVE IN CHILE 2015) - MORRISSEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XXunpmoluo

7. T.I.W.Y.G (LIVE IN PARIS 2015) - SAVAGES (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2COfYODn2Jk

8. SHAKESPEARE'S SISTER (LIVE AT GLASTONBURY 2004) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xweZrroR3dE


9. YOU'LL BE GONE (LIVE IN LONDON 2015) - MORRISSEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cToLKtHv9ng&feature=youtu.be


10. DEATH OF A DISCO DANCER (LIVE IN 2009) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnVIkQykdXU&feature=youtu.be

11. OBOE CONCERTO (LIVE IN CALIFORNIA 2015) - MORRISSEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wgh1TUbUPSI&feature=youtu.be

12. SLOWING DOWN THE WORLD (LIVE IN PARIS 2015) - SAVAGES (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_gSKq93y3k&feature=youtu.be

13. THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT (LIVE IN LIVERPOOL 1986) - THE SMITHS (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-k-l0dPOWZI&feature=youtu.be


14. PORT OF AMSTERDAM - DAVID BOWIE (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_LdJX-xga8

15. ONE NIGHT (LIVE IN SEATTLE 2002) - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N77EXhYYQ8M&feature=youtu.be


16. FLAMING STAR - ELVIS PRESLEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z0eling--A&feature=youtu.be

17. FIRST OF THE GANG TO DIE (LIVE ON THE LATE LATE SHOW 2004) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rT3XA0eogdk&feature=youtu.be

18. ROY'S KEEN (LIVE ON THE JACK DOCHERTY SHOW 1997) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXk2o6avJAY

19. INTERNATIONAL PLAYGIRL - MEXRRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7v8QW4xW1M&feature=youtu.be

20. MOTORHEAD - MOTORHEAD (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4XKG1Y5sM8

21. HERE I GO AGAIN - TWIGGY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSK9RG97SaY

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Day 1591 - Morrissey and Bowie

It has now been 11 days since David Bowie departed the world. It has been reported that he has been cremated in New York, with no family or friends present. Bowie's new album, Black Star, has become a posthumous Number 1 in both the US and UK, but there is no posthumous Number 1 single; with the top performing song in the UK being Heroes, which is at Number 12.

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11 YEAR OLD BOY SCOUT, DAVID BOWIE (LEFT) PICTURED ON THE ISLE OF WIGHT (1958) MAKING HIS FIRST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE - HE COVERED LONNIE DONEGAN'S GAMBLIN' MAN AND PUTTIN' ON THE STYLE.

Two years ago, I wrote a blog entry comparing the careers of Morrissey and Bowie at the same ages, and have decided to update the piece, and go into much greater detail; including the number of shows performed by each artist. Before researching this piece, I had no idea that either Bowie or Morrissey had played anywhere near the number of shows that they have. In his 44th year, Bowie played an incredible 108 shows.

One of the most interesting things that I have come to realise, is that taking a hiatus really seems to work wonders for a career. Morrissey took a break after the release of Maladjusted, and subsequently came back far stronger; and it could be argued was far more relevant in his mid forties than Bowie was at a similar age. Likewise, after Bowie's heart surgery, he released no material for nine and a half years, and when he finally released a new album at the age of 66, it shot to Number 1.

Death enhances a career even further, with Bowie currently sat at Number 1 in both the US and UK album charts, and the song Lazarus this week becoming Bowie's first Top 40 US hit since the age of 40 (over 28 years ago).

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NEW YORK 1992 - PHOTO BY LINDER STERLING

AGE 23 - Bowie releases his third studio album, The Man Who Sold the World on the Mercury record label (Didn't chart 1970). He had previously released the albums, David Bowie at the age of 20 on the Deram label (Didn't chart 1967), and Space Oddity at the age of 22 on the Phillips label (Didn't chart 1969). He plays 40 shows with a variety of line ups and bands
              -  Morrissey plays 9 shows with The Smiths and signs to Rough Trade
           
AGE 24 - Bowie signs to RCA , and has his first album chart success with his fourth studio album, Hunky Dory (Number 3 UK 1971). He plays 17 shows
               - Morrissey releases his first album with The Smiths entitled, The Smiths (Number 2 UK 1984). He plays 77 shows with The Smiths

AGE 25 - Bowie releases his fifth studio album,  Ziggy Stardust (Number 5 UK 1972), which many people see as his legacy. He plays 91 shows and guests at a Mott the Hoople show
               - Morrissey, with The Smiths, release the compilation album, Hatful of Hollow (Number 7 UK 1984), and his second studio album, Meat is Murder (Number 1 UK 1985); which makes him one of the most famous advocates of vegetarianism. He plays 50 shows with The Smiths


  THE STORY OF ZIGGY STARDUST

David Bowie in Costume


THE SMITHS MAKING MEAT IS MURDER

AGE 26 - Bowie releases his sixth studio album, Aladdin Sane (Number 1 UK 1973) & cover album, Pin Ups (No.1 UK 1973). He plays 87 shows
               - Morrissey records The Queen is Dead album with The Smiths but it's release is delayed. He plays 25 shows with The Smiths

AGE 27 - Bowie releases his eighth studio album, Diamond Dogs (Number 1 UK 1974 ) and David Live (Number 2 UK 1974). He plays 73 shows
              - Morrissey, with The Smiths, releases his third studio album, The Queen is Dead (Number 2 UK 1986), and the compilation album, The World Won't Listen (Number 2 UK 1987). He plays 41 shows with The Smiths



AGE 28 - Bowie releases his ninth studio album, Young Americans (Number 2 UK 1975). He films The Man Who Fell To Earth. He has a Number 1 single in the US with, Fame, co-written by John Lennon, and a Number 1 in the UK with a re-release of Space Oddity. He plays no shows but plays saxophone in an all star band at Peter Sellers 50th birthday party
              - Morrissey, with The Smiths, releases his fourth studio album, Strangeways Here We Come (Number 2 UK 1987 - which goes Gold), and The Smiths split. He signs to EMI and releases his fifth studio album, Viva Hate (Number 1 UK 1988) on the HMV label. He plays no shows

BOWIE, AGE 28 (1975) IN THE FILM, THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

AGE 29 - Bowie releases his tenth studio album, Station to Station (Number 5 UK 1976). He plays 63 shows
              - Morrissey releases two singles, The Last of the Famous International Playboys (Number 6 UK 1989) and Interesting Drug (Number 9 UK 1989) 
                (The live Smiths' album, Rank, is released (Number 2 UK 1988). He plays 1 show

AGE 30 - Bowie releases his eleventh studio album, Low (Number 2 UK 1977), the album, The Idiot (with Iggy Pop - Number 30 UK 1977  and his twelfth studio album, "Heroes" (Number 3 UK 1977). He plays 30 shows as a musician and backing singer for Iggy Pop. He appears on Bing Crosby's Christmas Special.
               - Morrissey releases the single Ouija Board, Ouija Board (Number 18 UK 1989). He plays no shows


MORRISSEY AGE 30 - FROM THE OUIJA BOARD, OUIJA BOARD VIDEO

AGE 31 - Bowie releases the live album, Stage (Number 5 UK 1978). He films Just a Gigolo with Marlene Dietrich. He plays 78 shows
               - Morrissey releases the compilation album, Bona Drag (Number 9 UK 1990) and his sixth studio album, Kill Uncle (Number 8 UK 1991). He plays 10 shows

AGE 32 - Bowie releases his thirteenth studio album, Lodger  (Number 4 UK 1979). He plays no shows
              - Morrissey plays 56 shows and a 44 year old Bowie duets with him in LA, singing Marc Bolan's Cosmic Dancer

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AGE 32 AND 44 RESPECTIVELY

AGE 33 - Bowie releases his fourteenth studio album, Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) (Number 1 UK 1980), and has a Number 1 UK single with, Ashes to Ashes. He appears on stage; including a Broadway run, as The Elephant Man. He plays no shows
              - Morrissey releases his seventh studio album, Your Arsenal (Number 4 UK 1992) and the live album, Beethoven Was Deaf (Number 13 UK 1993). On the back of his success, the WEA record label release a Smiths greatest hits album, Best... 1(Number 1 UK 1992). He plays 56 shows

Street scene: David Bowie outside the Carlyle hotel in New York in the early 80s.
BOWIE - AGE 33 IN NEW YORK WHERE HE PLAYED ELEPHANT MAN

AGE 34  - Bowie releases the single Under Pressure with Queen (Number 1 UK 1981) and records Cat People (Number 26 UK 1982). He appears in a BBC adaptation of the play, Baal. He plays no shows
                - Morrissey releases his eighth studio album, Vauxhall and I on the Parlophone label (Number 1 UK 1994). He plays no shows


AGE 35 - Bowie releases the Baal EP (Number 29 UK 1982), his final recording for RCA. He films Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and introduces The Snowman. He plays no shows
               - Morrissey releases the singles Interlude (with Siouxsie Sioux) (Number 25 UK 1994) and Boxers  (Number 23 UK 1995). He plays 18 shows

AGE 36 - Bowie signs to the EMI record label and releases his fifteenth studio album, Let's Dance (Number 1 UK 1983), which becomes his biggest commercial success, and turns him into a global superstar. He plays 97 shows
- Morrissey leaves EMI and joins Bowie's former label, RCA. He releases his ninth studio album, Southpaw Grammar (Number 4 UK 1995). Morrissey plays 13 shows, including 9 as support for 48 year old Bowie, but being a support act is NOT for Morrissey, and he leaves the tour early and subsequently leaves RCA


AGE 37 - Bowie releases his sixteenth studio album, Tonight (Number 1 UK 1984). He records a spoken message for the b-side of Band Aid's Do They Know It's Christmas. He makes a short film, Jazzin' For Blue Jean. He plays 1 show
               - Morrissey signs to the Island record label and records the album Maladjusted. He plays no shows

AGE 38 - Bowie releases the singles, This is Not America (with the Pat Metheny Group) (Number 14 UK 1985) and Dancing in the Street (with Mick Jagger) (Number 1 UK 1985). He films Labyrinth and Absolute Beginners. He plays 1 show - Live Aid, guests at 2 Tina Turner shows, and plays an impromptu set in New York's China Club
               - Morrissey releases his tenth studio album, Maladjusted (Number 8 UK 1997). He plays 54 shows

AGE 39 - Bowie releases three singles from three different films: Absolute Beginners (Number 2 UK 1986), Underground (Number 21 UK 1986) and When the Wind Blows (Number 44 UK). He plays no shows but performs Dancing in the Street with Mick Jagger at the Prince's Trust Concert
              - Morrissey leaves Island records and relocates to LA. He plays no shows

AGE 40 - Bowie releases his seventeenth studio album, Never Let Me Down (Number 6 UK 1987). Warhol Superstar, Joe Dallesandro features in the video for Never Let Me Down (Number 34 UK Number 27 US 1987), which becomes Bowie's last single to reach the US Top 40 (until the posthumous Lazarus). He plays the part of Pontius Pilate in Martin Scorsese's, The Last Temptation of Christ. He plays 96 shows
              - Morrissey plays 75 shows and covers Bowie's Drive-In Saturday in New York (2002)


BOWIE AGE 40 - PLAYING PONTIUS PILATE IN THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST 1987

MORRISSEY AGE 40 - ELVIS LIKE IN VEGAS 1999

AGE 41 - Bowie performs in one show; playing one song, with La La La Human Steps at London's Dominion theatre
               - Morrissey spends time in LA. He plays no shows

AGE 42 - Bowie (as Tin Machine) releases his eighteenth studio album, Tin Machine (Number 3 UK 1989) and delivers Berklee College's Commencement Address. He plays 13 shows with Tin Machine
              - Morrissey continues his hiatus in LA and writes new songs. He plays no shows



AGE 43 - Bowie parts company with EMI. He takes a break from Tin Machine and plays 108 solo shows - stating this will be the last time he will play his old songs
               - Morrissey plays 47 shows, showcasing new songs



"SO, I EVENTUALLY LEFT THE TOUR.... AND HE NEVER SPOKE TO ME AGAIN.YOU HAVE TO WORSHIP AT THE TEMPLE OF DAVID WHEN YOU BECOME INVOLVED. HE WAS A FASCINATING ARTIST IN 1970, 71, 72... BUT NOT NOW" - MORRISSEY IN 2002 (AGE 43) TALKING ABOUT A 55 YEAR OLD BOWIE; WHO HAD JUST RELEASED THE ALBUM, HEATHEN

AGE 44 - Bowie signs to the London record label and re-forms Tin Machine to release his nineteenth studio album Tin Machine II  (Number 23 UK 1991). He duets with a 32 year old Morrissey in LA and plays 58 shows with Tin Machine
 - Morrissey signs to the Attack record label, and releases his eleventh studio album, You Are The Quarry (Number 2 UK 2004), and all four singles from the album reach the UK Top 10, including Irish Blood, English Heart (Number 3 UK 2004). He plays 12 shows



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FABIAN FORTE IN THE FILM 'A BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY' - ALLEGED ON FTM TO BE THE INSPIRATION FOR THE YOU ARE THE QUARRY COVER

AGE 45 - Bowie releases the live Tin Machine album, Oy Vey, Baby (Didn't chart 1992). He plays the role of Agent Phillip Jeffries in Twin Peaks. He plays 13 shows with Tin Machine and plays at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (including a duet with Annie Lennox)
               - Morrissey releases the live album, Live At Earls Court (Number 18 UK 2005). He is instrumental in reuniting the New York Dolls. He plays 54 shows and curates the Meltdown Festival at London's Royal Festival Hall (2005)



AGE 46 - Bowie (no longer with Tin Machine) signs to the Arista record label (part of BMG) and releases his twentieth studio album, Black Tie White Noise (Number 1 UK 1993); which includes a cover of Morrissey's I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday,  and releases his twenty-first studio album, The Buddha of Suburbia (Number 87 UK 1993). He has his first Uk Top 10 single for seven years with, Jump They Say (Number 9 UK 1993). He plays no shows
               - Morrissey releases his twelfth studio album, Ringleader of the Tormentors (Number 1 UK 2006) and all four single releases from the album reach the Top 20 in the UK, including a Number 3 with You Have Killed Me. He plays 38 shows


BOWIE AGE 46 - A NUMBER 35 UK SINGLE

MORRISSEY AGE 46 - A NUMBER 3 UK SINGLE

AGE 47 -  Bowie spends time in the studio with Brian Eno writing songs for the album, Outside. He plays no shows
               - Morrissey is voted as Britain's 2nd Greatest British Living Icon, behind Sir David Attenborough. A 59 year old Bowie is placed 4th. Morrissey plays 71 shows



AGE 48 - Bowie signs to Virgin records releases his twenty-second studio album, Outside (Number 8 UK 1995). He plays 43 shows, with a 36 year old Morrissey supporting for 9
              - Morrissey plays 69 shows



AGE 49 - Bowie is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with Madonna accepting the award on his behalf. He plays the role of Andy Warhol in the film, Basquiat, which also features his song, A Small Plot of Land. He plays 56 shows
               - Morrissey releases his thirteenth studio album, Years of Refusal on the Decca label (Number 3 UK 2009). He plays 46 shows



AGE 50 - Bowie releases his twenty-third studio album, Earthling (Number 6 UK 1997). He issues 'Bowie Bonds' - selling his back catalogue for a 10 year period for $55million. He sings on Lou Reed's, Perfect Day single for the BBC's Children In Need (Number 1 UK 1997). He plays 86 shows
              - Morrissey releases the b-sides album, Swords (Number 55 UK 2009) on the Polydor label. He plays 54 shows

AGE 51 - Bowie plays no shows but performs three songs at Howard Stern's birthday show
               - Morrissey denies having any connection with the website, MorrisseysWorld. He plays no shows



AGE 52 - Bowie releases his twenty-fourth studio album, 'Hours...'  (Number 5 UK 1999) on the Virgin label. The album includes the song, What's Really Happening?, written by a competition winner; who then got to sing backing vocals along with his friend. It was the first complete album by a major artist to be available as a download from the internet. He plays 9 shows and also appears at the Brit Awards with Placebo to sing 20th Century Boy. He performs the song again with Placebo in New York along with their song, Without You, I'm Nothing.
              - Morrissey denies twice more having any connection to MorrisseysWorld. He plays 73 shows



AGE 53 - Bowie plays 4 shows and also sings Wild is The Wind and Life on Mars at the Yahoo Internet Awards in New York (2000)
              - Morrissey issues a statement on TTY saying that Bowie had refused him permission to use a photo of them both on the cover of the re-issue of Last of the International Playboys. He plays 45 shows

AGE 54 - Bowie plays no shows but sings, Heroes and Silly Boy Blue at the Tibet House Benefit Concert - and also joins in with Patti Smith & others on Smith's People Got The Power. He also performs a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's, America and 'Heroes' at the Concert for New York City (2001)
               - Morrissey releases his Autobiography as a Penguin Classic and signs to the Harvest record label. He states on TTY about Bowie, "I know I've criticized David in the past, but it's all been snotnosed junior high ribbing on my part. I think he knows that." He records the album, World Peace Is None of Your Business. He plays 10 shows including the Nobel Peace Prize Concert



AGE 55 - Bowie releases his twenty-fifth studio album, Heathen (Number 5 UK 2002) on the Columbia record label. He records a duet, Saviour with Kristeen Young. He plays 37 shows, including Live by Request, and curates the Meltdown Festival at London's Royal Festival Hall (2002); in which he performs a cover of the Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat with the Dandy Warhols. He covers Elvis Presley's One Night on the 25th anniversary of Presley's death. He also performs I Would Be Your Slave and Space Oddity at the Tibet House Benefit Concert (2002).
              - Morrissey releases his fourteenth studio album, World Peace is None of Your Business  (Number 2 UK 2014). He plays 51 shows



AGE 56 - Bowie releases his twenty-sixth studio album, Reality (Number 3 UK 2003). He plays 38 shows
               - Morrissey releases his debut novel, List of the Lost. (Number 3 UK Paperback Fiction 2015). He plays 58 shows (so far)


MORRISSEY FANS IN PARIS READING LIST OF THE LOST - OCTOBER 2015




AGE 57 - Bowie plays 76 shows but has to cancel further shows after undergoing emergency angioplasty.
              - Morrissey turns 57 on May 22nd 2016

AGE 58 - Bowie records the song, (She Can) Do That for the film, Stealth - the original demo version features Kristeen Young on backing vocals. He plays no shows but performs Life on Mars, Five Years and Wake Up with Arcade Fire at Fashion Rocks and Queen Bitch  and Wake Up with them again at a concert in Central Park

AGE 59 - Bowie plays the part of Nikola Tesla in the film, The Prestige. He plays no shows, but performs Pink Floyd's Arnold Layne and Comfortably Numb with David Gilmour and appears in Ricky Gervais', Extras, singing a song about him. He is voted the 4th Greatest British Living Icon

AGE 60-62 - Bowie releases nothing and plays no shows

AGE 63 - 65 - Bowie records the album, The Next Day. He plays no shows

AGE 66 - Bowie releases his twenty-seventh studio album, The Next Day (Number 1 UK 2013). The single, Where Are We Now? (Number 6 UK 2013) becomes his first Top 10 hit for 20 years. He plays no shows



AGE 67 - Bowie records the album, Black Star and releases the single, Sue (Or In A Season of Crime) (Number 81 UK 2014). He plays no shows

AGE 68 - Bowie continues recording the album, Black Star and releases the singles, Black Star and Lazarus. He plays no shows


AGE 69 - Bowie releases his twenty-eighth studio album, Black Star on his birthday and dies two days later



POSTHUMOUS - Bowie's album, Black Star reaches Number 1 in both the UK and US. Lazarus becomes his first US Top 40 single since 1987

Morrissey has not been heard of since his final concert in Las Vegas on January 2nd. I would imagine that Bowie's death has hit Morrissey very hard; not least because he never got the chance to properly put things right between the two of them.

It will be fascinating to see where Morrissey takes his career next.


MORRISSEY ON STAGE IN LAS VEGAS JANUARY 2016

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Day 1582 - "And music, forever - remains the only"

Last Friday David Bowie released his latest LP, Black Star. I listened to each track, and although I thought a couple of songs sounded okay, the album as a whole didn't particularly grab me.

On Saturday evening; just minutes before The Voice aired on BBC1, new Voice judge Boy George took to Twitter to state that he had just downloaded Bowie's album, so I tweeted to say, "It will be interesting to hear what you think of it. I personally prefer Bieber's album." George spotted my tweet and replied, "Are you five?". I then got trolled by BG's followers. I thought it most unprofessional of a judge from The Voice to have decided that one artist's album is better than another based purely on previous output - he hadn't even listened to Black Star at that point - but ultimately, Bowie is George's hero, and no doubt I would have given exactly the same response to anyone suggesting that a Bieber LP was better than a Morrissey one - even if I hadn't heard the Moz LP.

On Sunday, David Bowie died. The news wasn't announced to the world until Monday.

On Monday, the world mourned.

I was fortunate enough to have seen Bowie's last ever UK concert; when he headlined the Isle of Wight festival in 2004, but I could never claim to have been a massive fan. Having said that, there are loads and loads and loads of Bowie's songs that I absolutely adore. My immediate thoughts on hearing of Bowie's death, turned to Morrissey. To a thirteen year old Morrissey trying to find direction, reasons, and answers, Bowie had been EVERYTHING.

BOWIE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL 2004

It already seems like a lifetime ago since Morrissey played his last concert in Las Vegas, but it is actually just 10 days.

I, along with two or three other members of the BRS, have spent the past week desperately trying to fathom out if Morrissey has rejoined us in The Loveless or not. As I mentioned in my blog entry of January 2nd both, Not Astra's Derrière (@SoStarkSoHaunt) and Delinquent Icon (now renamed Authority Nightmare @mundaneglamour), had been muted as possible Moz pessoas, and they have both been tweeting during the past week. It has been impossible to draw any conclusion as to their real identities from their tweets, however, in the early hours of Monday morning (2.35am UK time to be exact), Mlle Not Bot posted this in the comments section of my blog entry of last Tuesday:

Isn’t it funny how more than one of us girls look so very similar, sometimes, to one another around here? One girl’s delectation is another girl’s … reflection in the mirror. But you must remember, reflections will never tell the secrets they store. Deaf, mute, untouchable beauty. Then suddenly, one quick step to the side, and none of any of it was ever even there at all.

I’m not usually in the habit of ever leaving comments here so I thought to myself; I’m not about to start now.

Except that I shall. Because I’m NOTHING, if not the exception to EVERY single rule, that any of you have ever known.

I received a message by carrier pigeon earlier. It was written in Morse code. It was from Astra, and it said in sharp staccato little clicks and lights that they “seem to have closed her mothercunting account.” She always did march to the beat of her own heartbeat.

The second part of the message was en Francais. That part said something about how she had an incident very recently where her driver appeared to be indisposed, in some manner or another, fallen by this wayside or that. Or possibly even another.

Apparently she somehow had to call an Uber for the first (and I would imagine the last) time in her life, and was by her French kiss of a whisper of the account, picked up instead by an ex-professional fighter… in a Tesla.

The third part of the message was conveyed neither by clicks, lights, dots, dashes, nor en Francais, and that part said that she’s just in the last two weeks entered into a completely unexpected and equally beguiling middle of the night correspondence of sorts, with an ex-principal dancer of the San Francisco Ballet – who apparently has the eyes of a snow leopard and the countenance of a panther about to pounce – whether on her or not is the part that remains to be seen, but I can already see where this is going.

So she is now currently deciding whether to allow this person the unspeakably exquisite delights of entwining their legs with hers – as she understands that these might be the cards that have been dealt. What’s an extra flight here or there. A dab hand at blackjack, an old hand at poker, a smile and a flash, and with every wink she never gave you, I’m sure the rest will forever remain untold.

In other, slightly less pressing news, - if anyone has a spare melon baller, I do think I’d quite easily succumb to some sweet, tender, wet, honeydew tomorrow. Quite easily, indeed.

Astra may or may not be back, before time’s tide smothers us all – but from the carrier pigeon message, I wouldn’t put any money on it. She was never anything if not the most ephemeral wisp of a nothing that never was.

As for me, it remains to be seen if my derriere, well… will remain to be seen. But I am equally as unlikely as your next unlikeliest anything, … so here I am again, here I go again. And here I’m gone again.

If not here, I will see you all sometime.
I will see you somewhere.

And in the eternal midnight of my pulsating heart, I will drown in my luxe ecstasy – alone.

On the dance floor I will be. On the dance floor, one day, you will find me.

I’ll always be in the one in the middle. I’ll be the one under the spotlight. And when the clock strikes midnight - save me. I’ll be the one with my emerald eyes closed.

May the Almighty God in Heaven above help the wanton, the willing, and the wanting.

Everyone else can fend for themselves.

Goodbye

Posted by Not Astra's Derrière to Following The Mozziah at 11 January 2016 at 02:35


The style of the writing has pretty much convinced me that Not Bot IS Astra, and therefore Morrissey. I had asked Not Bot last Tuesday who Mundane Glamour was; after all, it was Not Bot who had introduced MG to us. Not Bot replied, "Authority Nightmare. Angel of yesterdays. Whisper of tomorrows. Connoisseur of the shadows. Who are any of us?" This was then followed up with, "Beautiful creates without features. Darts in the dark. Answering to no one. Art is the light."

It left me none the wiser, but perhaps it could be Linder Sterling, who incidentally was spotted at the Moz concert in Las Vegas.

Here are the rest of Not Bot's Twitter highlights from the past week:

Tuesday Jan 5th:

I am the go-go dancer that never was. But that I always will be. Legs of a dancer. Heart made of sin. My mind made of dynamite.

Words float away from me. Snake charmer, till the end. A sculptress. My only medium - nuance. Words are my harem. Redemption, my game.

The dance of attrition. My languid eyes wander. Do you know how to play this? Do you know how to move me? Do you know how the heart beats?

We’re all wasting, away.

The loveless know everything. My life is my gamble. My bite is your pleasure. STAGE.

 I was never even here

I believe in the necessity of never needing

Wednesday Jan 6th:

So far I have managed to start off the year, much as I intend to finish it. With appearances high, my hemline much the same, morals low, and standards in the gutter.  A little finesse and I’m done.

But if anyone’s seen my savoir-faire or artful subtlety, you’ll know that sometimes, I also drop things unblushing.

Tendrils of tenderness, caressing the unseeable.  The untouchable never existed.

The cacophony of calamities vies violently, and then all ends in aural ecstasy.

Life stops and starts. The heart skips a beat. And music, forever - remains the only.

Always believe my lies. They'll be beautifully wrapped for as long as you look at me

Customary glance. Ego encapsulated in bright lights. Something without the ability to be physically assessed.

Yearning for the irrational. The ironical. The diabolical. I breathe the fantastical. I live the absurd.

Id explosion. Ego demands. Superego fire. The dance of conjugal control.

Thursday Jan 7th:

 I am quite sure of myself. And assured of myself. So we can be sure. And then we can be surer.

Friday Jan 8th:

Once upon a time I was a paper doll. Then I took three left turns. One was wrong. Now I’m just a piece of paper carried by the wind

There is only sadness for me

The tone of some of the tweets almost suggest that Astra (if it is Astra!) KNEW that Bowie was going to die.

I suppose that I ought to trawl back through all of Not Bot's tweets from the past 9 months, but I shan't... not at the moment anyway.

I am pretty sure that whoever Mundane Glamour is, he/she isn't Morrissey, so I won't post their tweets on this blog.

Mademoiselle Fifi, who DEFINITELY is a Moz pessoa, made her first appearance of the New Year this week. On Sunday at 9.30am (UK time) Fifi's 53 followers were treated to her entering The Loveless. She didn't stay long, and just exchanged a few pleasantries with three or four of the regulars. She enquired as to whether I had, "gone ghetto" after I called Kerry a "lucky bitch", and when I explained that I had in fact gone 'high camp' and not 'ghetto', Fifi choked on her tea! She parted with, "A song for Ghetto Rat and I exit. Take good care my little charmers." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XXunpmoluo

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There has been no word from Morrissey regarding Bowie's death. I would guess that he is just feeling numb.

Mundane Glamour took to Twitter yesterday afternoon to tweet, "How brave it was to be Bowie. Devastated, shocked, sadden (sic). These words do not seem enough and do not sum up my complete mourning."

MG then returned a few hours later to tweet, "You may call me Jean Shrimpton", before then interacting with a couple of the regulars. When comrade harps exclaimed surprise that Morrissey hadn't made a statement about Bowie on TTY, MG replied, "watch this space. Or don't. What do I know?"

If it hadn't been for Not Bot introducing MG to us, I really would have dismissed him/her as a fraud. I had absolutely convinced myself that it was Bitchy Bobby Neville behind the account, but my sense of reason tells me that it MUST be someone Morrissey knows.

And after the sadness of yesterday, today my eldest child; although I can't really refer to either of my offspring as children anymore, has been offered a place at Cambridge. I am so, so proud; especially as no member of my family has EVER gone to university before, let alone Cambridge. I couldn't resist tweeting my joy, to which Mundane Glamour responded, "why bother?" I have subsequently unfollowed MG, friend of Morrissey or not! I am also having nothing more to do with Kerry The Cocktail or the aforementioned, Bitchy Bobby Neville, who this week thought it would be funny to try and convince me that they were the authors of the BRS tumblr. They later admitted it was a joke, but with my head already spinning with all the unanswered questions regarding pessoas, I really didn't find it funny. Perhaps I just need a break away from The Loveless for a while.

And as for Black Star, well suddenly it all makes sense.... well, Lazarus does at any rate - I can't stop listening to it. I would even go as far as to say that I prefer it to anything on Bieber's LP, but I won't tell George.


THE LOVELESS CHART (Not broadcast)

1. STARMAN - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B5zmDz4vR4




2. COSMIC DANCER (LIVE IN LA 1991) - MORRISSEY & DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeP-Env7iq4



3. I KNOW IT'S GONNA HAPPEN SOMEDAY - DAVID BOWIE (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnKvpOYbOJQ

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4. DRIVE-IN SATURDAY - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGcLw_bkh9U&feature=youtu.be


5. FIVE YEARS - DAVID BOWIE (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5rjNY8dMzc

6. ROCK N ROLL SUICIDE - DAVID BOWIE (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-G1Uy0OkCw

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7. LIFE ON MARS - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v--IqqusnNQ

8. ALL THE YOUNG DUDES (LIVE AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL 2004) - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToXGVcrgNZA&feature=youtu.be



9. .LAZARUS - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-JqH1M4Ya8



10. MOONAGE DAYDREAM - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaqMwE5NKaM

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11. THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH_sQq89ILk

12. BOYS KEEP SWINGING - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMhFyWEMlD4&sns=em

13. MOSS GARDEN - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eTvCiMjJWc&feature=youtu.be

14. GIRL LOVES ME - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBDoaIMpZw4&feature=youtu.be

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15. THE JEAN GENIE - DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEmGQYCuc6M

16. SAVIOUR  - KRISTEEN YOUNG & DAVID BOWIE (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2Hkxzd1mbE&feature=youtu.be


17. THE WORLD IS FULL OF CRASHING BORES (LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 2016) - MORRISSEY (DOWN 8): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeMo_PcFLgg

18. IT'S HARD TO WALK TALL WHEN YOU'RE SMALL (ALTERNATE VERSION) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0cqOT3x4WQ

19. HE KNOWS I'D LOVE TO SEE HIM (DEMO) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rkTdOnmzk0

20. PASHERNATE LOVE (LONG VERSION) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnwXM0AbGl8

21. LET ME SING AND I'M HAPPY - SHIRLEY BASSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86LyuqBDRww&feature=youtu.be

22.THAT SOMEONE YOU NEVER FORGET - ELVIS PRESLEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6ob5ObFNB4

23. MAMA LIKED THE ROSES - ELVIS PRESLEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voCzJ4oIbWQ

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Day 1575 - A little less conversation, a little more Action, Boozey


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MORRISSEY'S JACKET ON DISPLAY AT THE HARD ROCK HOTEL, LAS VEGAS (WITH JAZ'S ROSES)



After eighteen months, the final curtain has come down on the WPINOYB World Tour... although come to think about it, curtains don't actually rise and fall at concerts, only at theatrical performances.... anyway, it's over.

The final concert took place on Saturday night at The Hard Rock Hotel's, The Joint, in the playground of Sinatra and Presley, Las Vegas. The BRS were out in numbers.... four... not great numbers I grant you, but not bad for a Society that has only managed to recruit around 30 people worldwide in four years.


KERRY 'ACTION' BOOZEY-COCKTAIL


MERRYANNE SAD GLAMOUR



VULGAR ANGIE - BRS VICE PRESIDENT

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JAZZY - ON THE RAILS (& MERRYANNE - OFF THE RAILS... BUT NOT ON THE RACK)

Morrissey, not unsurprisingly, ignored the blue roses at the concert, but he did sing Action is My Middle Name for the first time since October's concert in Budapest; which VERY coincidentally, Kerry 'Action' Boozey-Cocktail also attended. Morrissey also sang Reader Meet Author; a track from Southpaw Grammar which, somewhat coincidentally, was requested by Boozey back in September, at the very beginning of the tour. All the Lazy Dykes was also sung for just the second time on the tour, and the two times that it has been sung; in LA & Vegas, has VERY coincidentally been with Vulgar 'Cross-armed' Angie  in attendance.

The whole set was just incredible once again, with Oboe Concerto and Presley's You'll Be Gone both  sung as well. During Oboe, Morrissey added the lyric "they were happy to go" after "which pushes me to their place in the queue", and at the end of You'll Be Gone he said,  "well, the spirit was there", which would suggest that maybe he wasn't happy with how the song went, but to me it was as good as ever. I still find it baffling that Elvis didn't write more of his own songs, this song really is as good as any other The King recorded.



Jack The Ripper was also in the set once again, and how I dearly wish that I had had the opportunity to witness it live on this tour.



MORRISSEY SINGS JACK THE RIPPER DRESSED IN A BLUEY/GREEN FLORALLY SHIRT 

I must also make mention that Morrissey placed a red rose onto the drum kit during the Vegas concert. I have no idea who took the roses, but the word is spreading.

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RED ROSES IN LAS VEGAS 2016

The three concerts of the past week really have been something rather special, and a fantastic way for Morrissey and his excellent band to sign off. I must make mention of the fact that the security man that MerryAnne met in LA was NOT Donnie Knutson, so perhaps that photo taken by Donnie The Don was posted on TTY to show us that he was at the back of the theatre, and not at the front.

True-To-You has today posted a list of all the concerts played on the World Peace is None of Your Business Tour - 101 concerts in 36 countries over the past eighteen months. Hundreds of thousands of fans have been to see Morrissey on the tour. There can now be no doubt in anybody's mind that Steve Barnett and Harvest Records fucked-up BIG TIME.

So, big man, what now? Will Morrissey return to The Loveless Go-Go bar, or is that journey over too? In my last blog entry I wrote that he may have returned in the form of @MundaneGlamour, but the owner of that account beckoned me into the toilets of The Loveless on Sunday to assure me that she(?) isn't a Morrissey pessoa, so I shall take her at her word, and won't therefore be reporting her every tweet here.... mind you, she has already tweeted some gems:

"Grey can sometimes be glamorous but never on people."

"Sometimes I question the meaning of life but then I look at my silk socks and it all becomes clear"

"Conventional beauty does nothing for me"

"My style is not actually style. More a unique throwing together of dead people's ideas"

"I am forever enthralled by the faded glamour of the British coastal towns. Old Victorian buildings and people victorious in mundaneness"

"I find glamour in death but not in life. This makes me emotionally sensitive. Apparently..."

Whoever MundaneGlamour may be, they certainly give a good impression of being very Morrissey-esque, although I honestly do believe that it isn't Morrissey, after all, what sort of person would be tweeting about the faded glamour of British coastal towns at 4 o'clock in the morning? (West Coast America time)


EDITH SITWELL - POSTER ERECTED IN THE LOVELESS BY MUNDANEGLAMOUR

THE LOVELESS CHART

1. "WELCOME TO OUR SECRET SOCIETY"/SUEDEHEAD (LIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuiwYTWboiQ


"WELCOME TO OUR SECRET SOCIETY"

2. ACTION IS MY MIDDLE NAME (LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJeJzEyZwuk


3. ALL THE LAZY DYKES (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ5CFIdWFH4 (VEGAS)


GERTRUDE 'ROSE IS A ROSE' STEIN - BACKDROP DURING ALL THE LAZY DYKES

4. ONE OF OUR OWN/"BUT YOU'RE HERE NOW" (LIVE IN LA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59fVTOxZNwg#t=38

5. OBOE CONCERTO (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqW0LXyY0K8(SF) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDFozcqX77o (LAS VEGAS)

6. YOU'LL BE GONE/"WHAT PUTS ME OFF RELIGION" (LIVE IN LA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW
ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bsl0VEODkc & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlerqiues0U (VEGAS)

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7. READER MEET AUTHOR (LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfaTsDA7msI

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8. JACK THE RIPPER (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WljIxO7LlmI (LA) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg4VbRFGoLw (LAS VEGAS)


JACK THE RIPPER IN VEGAS - SLEEVES UP, AND ILL-ADVISED

9. THE WORLD IS FULL OF CRASHING BORES (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kL9ey84pvA(SF) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeMo_PcFLgg (VEGAS)

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ANGIE'S ROSE IN VEGAS

10. LET ME KISS YOU (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=059XYx7lHZU (SF)

11. STAIRCASE AT THE UNIVERSITY (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmwX5f8HTtA

12. ALMA MATTERS (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6STAX8hEdg (SF) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq4l2bpfHr0 (VEGAS)

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13. EVERYDAY IS LIKE SUNDAY (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDdanxGO8UA(SF) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yZhoR-MOmE (LAS VEGAS)

14. THE QUEEN IS DEAD (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wX16jZXlYyU




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MERRYANNE'S ROSE ON STAGE IN SAN FRANCISCO

15. SPEEDWAY (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GGQm7W9O6M



16. KISS ME A LOT (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oRPWehTJ4A (LA)



17. MEAT IS MURDER (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9slY9CE1WI (SF)

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ANGIE'S BLUE ROSE MAKES THE STAGE IN VEGAS

18. WORLD PEACE IS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJltBVL9zVY (LA)

19. HOW SOON IS NOW? (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UizZ2DaO1mw (LA)

20. WHAT SHE SAID (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lGZVQZSzY0 (LA) & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTbw0skhBS0 (VEGAS)

21. FIRST OF THE GANG TO DIE (LIVE IN LA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqWa1V337KA

22. I WILL SEE YOU IN FAR-OFF PLACES (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZRO_czWBEE (SF)

23. GANGLORD (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwxdbRTvVkY (LA)

24. YOU HAVE KILLED ME (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bGgjg3VEO0 (SF)

25. THIS CHARMING MAN (LIVE IN LA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8-p8Fp2nIQ

26. THE BULLFIGHTER DIES (LIVE IN WEST AMERICA 2015/2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCgXgDE7h0Y (SF)

27. I'M THROWING MY ARMS AROUND PARIS (LIVE IN LA 2015) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hs4Wd8ICak

28. EL CÓNDOR PASA (LIVE IN LIMA 2015) - MORRISSEY (DOWN 27 ): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2Z6dmdpnfE

29. MAMA LAY SOFTLY ON THE RIVERBED (LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 2016) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4WG00KBH94

30. NOBODY LOVES US (ACOUSTIC DEMO 1994) - MORRISSEY (DOWN 25): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PXAHWTl_Jo

31. SEASICK, YET STILL DOCKED (ACOUSTIC) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kLSi97vcpU&feature=youtu.be

32. SOUTHPAW (STUDIO OUTTAKE 1995) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uD8wonhhHU

33. BEST FRIEND ON THE PAYROLL (DEMO) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OL8YDjzIs_M

34. UNLOVEABLE (STUDIO OUTTAKE) - THE SMITHS (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmuUze0HPAI

35. BOY RACER (ACOUSTIC) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzihiLB-ig8&feature=youtu.be

36. DAGENHAM DAVE (OUTTAKE) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igkSqXv82F4

37. NEVER HAD NO ONE EVER (STUDIO OUTTAKE 1985) - THE SMITHS (DOWN 35): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8uDqvXYxoY

38. KIT (FULL VERSION -UNRELEASED) - MORRISSEY (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbXpP_NVaKM&feature=youtu.be

39. A KISS AND A CUDDLE - DIANA DORS (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iImmEKOTsHQ




40. VIVA LAS VEGAS - ELVIS PRESLEY (RE-ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxiO3zkK3WM&feature=youtu.be


41. NOBODY LOVES ME - TRINI LOPEZ (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT0LoGDsZ40

42. WICHITA LINEMAN (LIVE IN SOUTH DAKOTA 2001) - GLEN CAMPBELL (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjzTNWWO7U0&feature=youtu.be

43. I NEVER WILL MARRY - LINDA RONSTADT & JOHNNY CASH (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVvNXfzR6dw

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44. KNOCK THREE TIMES - TONY ORLANDO & DAWN (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7Jvsbcxunc&feature=youtu.be

45. LONESOME TRAVELLER - TRINI LOPEZ (NEW ENTRY): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=147ld1ste5s

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CHEERS!

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