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[originally posted in the thread Johnny Marr live radio interview]

Similar written interview from yesterday:
JOHNNY MARR’S LOS ANGELES ~ AN L.A. TACO EXCLUSIVE WITH THE LEGENDARY SMITHS GUITARIST.

Excerpt:

"A big moment that still stands out for Marr were the two nights in 1986 when The Smiths played at the now-defunct Universal Amphitheater. He writes about these shows in his autobiography: “The first night in LA was attended by some celebrities, and Joe Dallesandro, the cover star on our first album, came to meet us backstage. The Smiths’ shows in L.A. were always an event.”

Over thirty years later and sitting not too far from where it happened, Marr remembers this moment well and identifies its greater cultural significance: “We liberated straight boys,” he tells me."
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Styxhexenhammer666 mentioning MOZZ in regards to how British media demolishes anyone with a different opinion 5:21


UPDATE Oct. 15:

STYXHEXENHAMMER666 mentions Morrissey - Morrissey Central


Related item:


https://www.morrisseycentral.com/messagesfrommorrissey/people-singing

https://www.morrisseycentral.com/messagesfrommorrissey

A singular post about a Flash Chorus video. First posted on the 13th on SER's FB, then Central the day after.
Regards,
FWD.

(I'm not touching the Styxhexenhammer666 post below it with a 10ft barge pole :))
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References to Morrissey and The Smiths abound in contemporary literature. Here's a recent one, a book called Now My Heart Is Full, by Laura June, published by Penguin this year:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36597098-now-my-heart-is-full

At the Goodreads page, the author has given a Morrissey-esque review of her own book:

"Riddled with flaws but look I did my best."

The title is not a coincidence, as the author confesses on Tumblr:

http://laurajune.tumblr.com/aboutme

Has anybody here read it? Any good?