Morrissey-solo

Unofficial site features news, tour dates, information and fan forums focusing on the world of Morrissey and The Smiths

Multi-Track-Studio-Recordings-of-Stop-Me.... have been provided here :

Multi-tracks of ‘Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before’ - johnnymarrplaysguitar.com


See also the forum thread started by Gurlejerk where the tracks may have originated from:

If you've downloaded this before, stop me
In this recent Time® blurb, Morrissey is mentioned alongside Oprah and Fabio as a celebrity who goes by only one name.
Oliver writes:

I saw this story about the play Irish Blood, English Heart and wondered if it's intentionally connected to Morrissey's song:

Irish Blood, English Heart to Transfer to London's Trafalgar Studios - Playbill
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London Calling @ The World Famous KROQ Present: The 2011 Smiths/Morrissey Convention on Sunday, May 1st @ The Music Box in Hollywood

Guest DJ Andy Rourke of The Smiths will be spinning His Favorite Smiths Songs for the Very First Time-!

Hosted by KROQ Legend and SiriusXm's Richard Blade, with a LIVE Performance by "These Charming Men" from Dublin Ireland + Special Guests: "Louder Than Bombs"

Guest DJ's include: Alex (Club Am/Fm & Club REFLEX), Larry (Club Underground), Steven Wayne (Club Violator) + Dancing,Contests,Vendors,Giveaways.....

Doors open @ 7pm....

Ticket information online at:
www.musicconventions.com
Depeche609 writes:

I noticed that the soundtrack for "SuckerPunch" has 80's covers on it. Track 8 is a cover of "Asleep" by someone named Emily Browning.

You can listen on the AOL music page.​


Somedizzywhore reported it first:

Director Chris Weitz tweets he will direct Morrissey concert

@chrisweitz
Chris Weitz
25 Mar

“@aryam578: have you ever considered directing music videos?” no, but Morrissey just asked me to shoot a concert of his and I will
In a recent Rolling Stone Reader's Poll, The Smiths 'The Queen Is Dead' was voted the #7 Best Album of the '80's! While, of course, most of us would rate this album #1 all time, it is pretty mind-boggling that the uber-traditional Rolling Stone readership would rate this album among it's top ten of the decade!
I spotted this phone booth advert, newly placed this weekend at the corner of East 12th Street and Avenue A in Manhattan, depicting a mid-90's era Morrissey, a scribbled graffiti tag of "Kat" and, erm, a Nike logo? I'm suspecting it's not a sincere marketing campaign and rather the work of some handy vandal who snuck it in there, given the xeroxed-quality of the paper and print. Curious if anyone else has seen them out there?

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An anonymous person also writes:

Moz becomes target for a street artist prankster. I did a WTF double-take myself.

MORRISSEY STARS IN KATSU’S LATEST FAKE AD - Animal New York​