Morrissey-solo

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El Paso, Texas, Moz fans take over Club Dedo, 204 Rio Grande, Thursday, February 10, from 9 p.m.-2 a.m. for "UNLOVABLE"- an anti-Valentine's Day night. Dance your legs to the knees to plenty of Smiths/Morrissey tunes or drink and be ill while watching "Casablanca" and "Pretty In Pink." Drink specials and broken heart candies while they last. No Cover!
Previously unseen shots by Nadav Kander. Taken last August and originally intended to accompany 'The Guardian' interview, until Morrissey knocked them back in favour of the Jake Walters' shots.

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Link to Nadav Kander site from Kewpie, links to large photos from Fuzzy.
The choice of a Morrissey sticker by cycling star, Edwin DeLaRosa, for his trusty mount is discussed on this forum:

Morrissey? - Vital BMX


See also:

Edwin DeLaRosa Bike Check - Ride BMX

Excerpt:

How often do people ask you about your Morrissey sticker?
Not too many ask me, but when they do I tell them like Morrissey.

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God this is awful... a colleague's ipod is playing in the background... hang on, that sounds like Panic, yes it is, the new Bad Shepherds album

Can't find any other reference to it on Solo, so I thought I'd share.

Sounds dreadful.

Here is a live version
David Walliams co-hosted The Chris Evans Breakfast Show this morning on BBC2 and he had a nice story about having dinner with Morrissey at Jonathan Ross' house:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b00xnhnx/The_Chris_Evans_Breakfast_Show_04_02_2011

From app. 1.39.26 - 1.44.42 (including First Of The Gang To Die)
An anonymous person writes:

"The Very Best of Morrissey" is due for 28 March release according to Amazon UK, one week after Glamorous Glue CD Single release

So, no Arsenal reissue!​
Cancer Research UK are selling this on ebay, if anyone's interested;

UNSEEN MORRISSEY PRINT BY PAT POPE FOR SOUND & VISION - eBay listing
Exclusive auction in aid of Cancer Research UK

MORRISSEY PRINT BY PAT POPE, DONATED EXCLUSIVELY TO SOUND & VISION

100% of final lot price will help fund Cancer Research UK’s life saving research

This is a never before seen image, shot in 1997 for Melody Maker. The image was shot on Mamiya RZ67, on colour film and cross processed. “The double exposed image involves Morrissey changing chairs, back and forth about 60 times...which he was happy to do.”

Morrissey began a solo career, making the top ten of the UK Singles Chart in the United Kingdom on ten occasions. Widely regarded as an important innovator in indie music, Morrissey has been described by music magazine NME as "one of the most influential artists ever," and The...