Dog on a Chain review in Record Collector - 2/5

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For reasons best known to themselves, Record Collector got the world's #1 Morrissey-hating journalist to review the new album. David Quantocks, who I believe was even once sued by Morrissey and forced to write a grovelling apology, gives it 2/5. In all fairness, he does quote an appalling lyric about geese and a niece which I'm hoping he mis-heard or made up. Haven't bought the mag so can't scan and attach.


Scan provided by Famous when dead in the comments.

Morrissey Central: "World Of Wool" (February 28, 2020)

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Morrissey Central: "World Of Wool"


Please note:
This PETA video is very graphic.

Regards,
FWD.

"Sad Boy Icon Morrissey Has a Vegas Residency, and I Have a Problem With It" - Dallas Observer article

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A rather strange article here, in the Dallas Observer, by a writer (and fan) who's upset about Morrissey playing Vegas this summer:

Sad Boy Icon Morrissey Has a Vegas Residency, and I Have a Problem With It - Dallas Observer
By Diamond Rodrigue

Sample from the piece:

And as if the whole idea of Moz — who once said, “I have an unswayable obsession with death. If there was a magical pill that one could take that would retire you from the world, I would take it” — singing his sad music in a Vegas casino wasn’t weird enough, the promotional photo for the event sees him in a very Elvis-like, buttoned-way-down collared white shirt. Did I mention yet that the event’s name is Viva Moz Vegas?

Sigh.


We're all different, of course, but it's pretty obvious that Morrissey would get a kick out of a Vegas residency, no? (Both financially and psychologically.) The...

Dog on a Chain review - Classic Pop (3.5 stars out of 5)

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Gist of the review is it's his best album for some time.
Some great songs with interesting arrangements but quite a few are let down by duff lyrics.
Ends the review somewhat amusingly with the phrase, 'walkies!'.



(Note: See comments for scan by Famous when dead).

Morrissey Central: MEAT IS … MURDER? STILL A DEBATE??? (February 26, 2020)

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The Sun link doesn't work on my phone, so I've no idea if it's PETA or a farmer who has been cruel.




The Sun link:

Morrissey Central: "Miami Heat" (February 26, 2020)

Morrissey Official FB: New York dates added: Hammerstein Ballroom (Mar 20), Apollo Theater (Mar 21)

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March 20th, 2020: Hammerstein Ballroom
March 21st, 2020: Apollo Theater


Posted by GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn:

Also according to Morrissey Official on Facebook.




Media item:

NME at it again - "All the band reunions we don’t want to see happen"

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it seems NME is at it again.

The Smiths

An obvious one, yes, but for good reason. The Smiths’ break-up was particularly messy – they had already parted ways before the release of their fourth album, 1987’s ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’, amid a toxic atmosphere that included Morrissey running out of the studio as soon as he was done recording and Johnny Marr saying he “didn’t form a group to perform Cilla Black songs”. But the aftermath was even messier: a bitter royalties dispute, decades of barbed words exchanged as well as the band members’ increasingly divergent political views (Marr recently responded to reunion rumours by wryly suggesting they get...

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