posted by davidt on Monday August 19 2002, @08:45AM
Thanks to an anonymous person and Watford Supporter for the following info:
"Bravo" - The Apex Theory
"Writing A Letter" - Smoking Popes (download link)
"Arts & Craft Spectacular" - Sparks (lyrics/info, from an anonymous post)
"Part-Time Punks" - Television Personalities (lyrics, song/chords)
"Bubble Gum" - Brigitte Bardot (lyrics)
"The Thing About Men" - Pony Club
"What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?" - Performed by Bette Davis & Debbie Burton with Bobby Heller And His Orchestra (link #1, with clip, from an anonymous post, link #2 - Rhino info)
"Hey Mom" - Nathan Abshire
"Morrissey" - Leo García (story)
"One Horse Town" (?) - The Thrills
"The Fool" - Ludus
"Old Shep" - Hank Snow
"Innocent And Vain" - Nico
"A Child Ill" recited by John Betjeman. Played before Morrissey goes on stage. Morrissey has mentioned this before - in a 1995 Q questionnaire Morrissey chose this as the answer to the question, "What music would you have played at your funeral?"
"This Is My Life" - Shirley Bassey (lyrics/info). Played over the speaker system after the concert ended. The whole song isn't played, only the last few dramatic verses. Later in the tour "My Way" by Frank Sinatra replaced "This Is My Life". "My Way" was used as the exitus in the 1999/2000 tour.
Additional info, links, additions, corrections are welcome. Song info from previous tours are available at West Ham Forever. (downloads are no longer available, according to Sven68)
Update: 08/20 05:46 GMT: Thanks to The Magic Fairy and Almodis for posting the Television Personalities info in the comments section. Song info posted anonymously in the Phoenix article.